Vivek Ramaswamy Supports Prosecuting Tony Fauci

“Doctor” Anthony Fauci turned out to be one of the biggest villains on the entire planet during the coronavirus freakout. He terrified many people into reordering American society and completely changed the country, with rules that he simply made up out of thin air.

Plus, everything that Fauci said to the American people turned out to be a lie. He said that masks and social distancing worked, despite no scientific studies to back up those claims. He said that the virus came from a “wet market” in Wuhan, China. He said that the vaccine was safe and effective.

Not only did he say the vaccine was effective, but he also said it was completely effective. If you’re vaccinated, your immune system is the place where COVID goes to die, said Fauci. You’re a brick wall of protection!

 

He only later admitted that he knew the vaccine never worked all along—but only after millions of Americans had been coerced into taking the experimental medicines. Fauci supported keeping schools closed, even though the coronavirus poses no real danger to children, and no healthy child under 18, anywhere in the world, has ever died from COVID to this day.

Comedian Jimmy Dore landed an interview with GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy and asked him whether he’s in favor of prosecuting Tony Fauci for his many lies to the American people. Watch here to see Vivek’s response:


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