Fauci STILL blaming the unvaccinated for COVID deaths

Career criminal Tony Fauci is tripling down on the official Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) narrative even though his days are clearly numbered.

During his most recent appearance before the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, Fauci had the audacity to claim that Americans who skipped the so-called "vaccine" series pushed under Operation Warp Speed are responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of their fellow Americans.

In the video clip below, you can hear Fauci also warning the public to stop listening to podcasts, memes and "conspiracy theorists" that try to claim the shots are what is killing people. According to Fauci, around 300,000 people in the United States are now dead because their neighbors refused to get jabbed.

Fauci issued his commentary after Rep. Robert Garcia (D-Calif.) ask him if he believes Americans should "listen to America's brightest and best doctors and scientists, or instead listen to podcasters, conspiracy theorists, and unhinged Facebook memes."

Fauci's most recent appearance before Congress is his first public testimony since resigning from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) back in 2022.

Politicians blast Fauci, tell him he should be jailed

Among others, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) was incensed over Fauci's words at the hearing. One would think that Fauci might start to backtrack on the now-debunked official narrative at this point in time, but that is not what is happening.

"I let Anthony Fauci know exactly how the American people feel about his crimes against humanity," Greene tweeted along with the below video clip. "Mr. Fauci should be prosecuted and thrown in jail."

Without even knowing which podcasters and meme creators Garcia was referring to, Fauci arrogantly launched into a tirade about how any American who listens to someone other than him and his friends "will deprive themselves of life-saving interventions."

According to Fauci, "some" people out there "have done studies" to back his other false claim that the unvaccinated are responsible for major loss of life during the "pandemic."

"Peter Hotez has done an analysis of this and shows that in people who refuse to get vaccinated for any variety of reasons," Fauci claimed, adding that they are "probably responsible for an additional 200,000 to 300,000 deaths in this country."

We were unable to locate any "analysis" from Hotez that Fauci might have been referring to, which has left us wondering: Did Fauci simply make up that story right on the spot?

Hotez, by the way, is the infamous dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College in Texas who last summer accused 2024 presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and podcaster Joe Rogan of spreading "vaccine misinformation."

Rogan invited Hotez on his show to debate Kennedy, offering to donate $100,00 in his honor to the charity of Hotez's choice. Hotez never showed up, though "because he knows he's wrong," according to X owner Elon Musk.

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