Watching Fauci’s interview with CNN’s Jim Acosta was like observing a criminal suspect attempt to explain how his bloody fingerprints and DNA were present at a murder scene while insisting on his innocence by concocting an exquisite scenario that would leave most seasoned investigators in stitches.
It’s important to understand why Fauci is grasping at possibilities that strain credulity under objective examination. The US House of Representatives unanimously approved a bill to declassify US intelligence information on the origins of the SarsCoV2 virus. The bill is being sent to Biden for his signature, although he has stated that he has not decided whether he would sign the bill. The House Oversight Committeee is actively investigating.
Veteran investigators know very well that a guilty suspect will often attempt to minimize their involvement in a crime when confronted by the evidence. Guilty suspects often believe they can offer an alternate explanation for their involvement in a criminal act that will exonerate them or reduce their level of culpability. This is especially true in complex cases where multiple people are involved and might be providing information.
It is important to carefully evaluate the information provided by a suspect when others who were either directly involved in the criminal act or witnessed the criminality, or the cover-up, speak out. Dr. Anthony Fauci, who has spent his career engaged in activity without being subjected to the extensive questioning he has faced by Rep. Rand Paul and other members of the House Oversight Committee, is a textbook example of this behavior.
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Fauci’s involvement in the creation of SarsCov2 is being systematically exposed, and his lies dismantled.