Chaos Breaks Out As Reporters Ask Fauci About COVID Origins

“I’m Done with You!” – Chaos Erupts in White House Press Room as Fauci Gives Final Covid Briefing (VIDEO)

Dr. Fauci on Tuesday gave his final Covid briefing before officially retiring.

Fauci is finally stepping down from his post after destroying millions of lives with his Covid policies.

He gave an update next to Biden’s Covid czar Dr. Ashish Jha.

“I’m Done with You!” – Chaos Erupts in White House Press Room as Fauci Gives Final Covid Briefing (VIDEO)

“It’s really a great pleasure to be back here with you again — albeit, I believe, for the last time,” Fauci said as we walked up to the lectern.

Fauci said Americans should take Covid tests before Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings.

“When we’re gathering at a family gathering for Thanksgiving or for Christmas or for any other holiday as we get into the winter, it makes sense that you might wanna get a test that day before you come into a place,” Fauci said.

Fauci said he will cooperate fully with lawmakers and testify before Congress.

“If there are Oversight hearings, I absolutely will cooperate fully and testify before Congress…we can defend and explain and stand by everything that we’ve said. I have nothing to hide,” he said.

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Chaos erupted after Karine Jean-Pierre refused to call on a reporter who wanted to ask Fauci about the origins of Covid.

“I’m done! I’m done with you!” Karine Jean-Pierre shouted.

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Fauci has been targeted by GOP officials and conservatives for the often dire predictions he’s made about the trajectory of COVID-19 and for publicly backing COVID-19 shutdown orders, mask mandates, and vaccine mandates. Some, like Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, said that Fauci and other federal officials have attempted to create panic over the virus.

DeSantis in August told podcaster Dan Bongino that Fauci tried to “sow fear in the population and scared a lot of parents” when he called for schools to be shut down in favor of in-person learning. “We can never go down that road,” DeSantis said.

Starting in early 2020, Fauci has become essentially the public face of the federal government’s pandemic response, making hundreds of media appearances and giving numerous interviews.

In the statement announcing the move in July, Fauci stated he is “not retiring” and will work on “science and public health and to inspire and mentor the next generation of scientific leaders as they help prepare the world to face future infectious disease threats.”

Investigations

NIAID provided funds to EcoHealth Alliance, which conducted bat coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China before the outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan. Chinese Communist Party officials have officially stated that the virus emerged at a wet market, but some U.S. intelligence officials believe it emerged at the Wuhan lab.

Workers are seen next to a cage with mice (R) inside the P4 laboratory in Wuhan, capital of China’s Hubei Province, on Feb. 23, 2017.
Workers are seen next to a cage with mice (R) inside the P4 laboratory in Wuhan, capital of China’s Hubei Province, on Feb. 23, 2017. (Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images)

Republican lawmakers who have been investigating the lab-leak origin theory want to look further into whether NIAID or Fauci played a role in doling out funds to EcoHealth.

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, also a Republican, and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry are expected to testify against Fauci as part of a lawsuit. In a lawsuit in May, the two officials alleged that Fauci’s agency and other federal officials colluded with social media firms to censor speech.

“During COVID, we know that high-ranking Facebook officials were text messaging the surgeon general of the United States saying, ‘Hey, we took that down, what more can we do?’ We also know that there was a special portal created for Big Tech with the government to take down people and have them de-platformed,” Schmitt told Fox News earlier this week about the suit.

Other than Fauci, they’ve attempted to depose former White House press secretary Jen Psaki, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency director Jen Easterly, and FBI officials. The Biden administration has appealed their lawsuit, although a judge on Nov. 2 rejected the government’s request.

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