Lying Fauci Gets Dismantled by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

COVID tyrant Anthony Fauci appeared on Capitol Hill for a hearing this week. He was as smarmy, arrogant, and defensive as ever.

Most of the Representatives who got the chance to ask him questions wasted a lot of time and didn’t cover anything of significance. They all still have blinders on because Pfizer wrote such big checks for all of them.

One congresswoman who didn’t let us down, however, was Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA). When it was her turn to question Fauci, she immediately went right after him over the reports this week that he “made up” the rules about social distancing and forced masking of children and there was never any science to back them up.

 

Back when the pandemic first started, Fauci told Fox News that social distancing was the “most important” thing that people could do to avoid the spread of infection. (Actually, they said it was 10 feet initially and then changed their minds and said it was 6 feet.)

But was it the most important thing? Of course not. He made it up. Well, when Rep. Greene put him on the spot, he had a different response as to where the rules came from—and it will make your jaw hit the floor.

Watch as Rep. Greene takes the lying weasel Tony Fauci to the woodshed over his made-up, unscientific COVID rules…


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