Marjorie Taylor Greene leads The FIRE FAUCI ACT

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The ‘Fire Fauci Act’ is underway in light of new Fauci emails regarding covid virus experiments to create a super virus known as covid.

Should Dr. Fauci be fired? Some members of the House of Representatives took the stage at the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday to denounce Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top “medical adviser” to Biden, and to air other pandemic-related grievances.

On Tuesday June 15, 2021, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene re-introduced the “Fire Fauci Act,” which would cut Dr. Anthony Fauci’s pay to $0 and would have the Senate confirm a replacement.

Marjorie Taylor Greene pushed the FIRE FAUCI act that was first introduced on April 1, 2021, in a new press conference, alongside the act of banning businesses for asking for proof of vaccination from patrons, called the “We Will Not Comply Act.”

“The American people have endured terrible things over the past year due to the shutdowns from COVID-19. I’m very proud to sponsor the Fire Fauci Act, and I’m grateful to my colleagues here for co-sponsoring this bill because the American people deserve answers,” said Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., who was introducing a bill to reduce Fauci’s salary to $0 and have Fauci account for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, led the attacks.

The FIRE FAUCI act mirrors sentiments from fellow Republicans in the wake of Dr. Fauci’s emails (exposed in early June.) Senator Rand Paul tweeted, “Told you,” accompanied with the hashtag “#firefauci.”

Senator Rand Paul has called out Fauci on the wearing of masks and funding Covid experiments with Tax Payer money to China.

Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican from Georgia, speaks during a news conference to call for the firing of Anthony Fauci at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, June 15, 2021. Marjorie Taylor Greene pushed the FIRE FAUCI act that was first introduced on April 1 in a new press conference Tuesday afternoon, standing with fellow Republican colleagues in front of a sign stating: "Fauci lied, people died."
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene at a news conference at the U.S. Capitol

Conservatives believe that all covid restrictions were unnecessary, while liberals and progressives have criticized former President Donald Trump’s response.

President Trump frequently undermined and threatened Fauci, eventually making Dr. Scott Atlas his top coronavirus adviser.

As the pandemic / plannedemic controversy rises in the United States, attacks against Fauci have intensified. Critics have used Fauci’s emails, released recently under a Freedom of Information Act request, to enforce investigations against Fauci.

The Fauci Wuhan emails

One email Fauci received in January 2020 raised the possibility of covid “escaping” from the Wuhan lab, but there is no evidence he concealed critical information about the origins of the virus, yet.

“Please cover his emails,” Marjorie Taylor Greene said. “Get the truth out.” The Fauci emails were extensively covered by the Washington Post and other outlets, but conservatives who have been suspicious of Fauci and the scientific establishment from the start insist that the emails merit more investigation.

Marjorie Taylor Greene and her co-sponsors on the FIRE FAUCI ACT bill (Republican Reps. Thomas Massie of Kentucky; Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar of Arizona; Mary Miller of Illinois; Buddy Carter of Georgia; Bob Good of Virginia; Matt Gaetz and Greg Steube of Florida; and Mo Brooks of Alabama) claim that Fauci knowingly funded research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology that made the virus more lethal.

Although the Wuhan Institute of Virology lab did receive National Institutes of Health funding through a New York-based organization called the EcoHealth Alliance, both Fauci and NIH Director Francis Collins have explicitly said that Chinese grant recipients were prevented from using U.S. funds for so-called gain-of-function research.

Fire Fauci Act Conference at The U.S. Capitol (Video)

Covid Experiment and Origins

Coronavirus was made in a North Carolina Lab For the US Department of Defense.

Dr. Ralph Baric, a microbiologist and chemistry professor at the University of North Carolina together with his team, are the creators of the SARS-2 coronavirus.

The research and experimentation at these labs was for a respiratory superbug with a particularly infectious surface protein array (SHC014) and the innards of a pneumococcal killer. The precursor to COVID-19.

This type of work is strictly forbidden by both the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization. Yet, with the permission of the US Army, Dr. Baric was able to proceed with his work.

Dr. Baric admits to being one of the first microbiologists contracted with the United States Department of Defense to work on the coronavirus.

Dr. Ralph Baric, a microbiologist and chemistry professor at the University of North Carolina together with his team, are the creators of the SARS-2 coronavirus.
Dr. Ralph Baric

Dr. Baric raised the eyebrows of the immunological community in 2015 by undertaking an unauthorized “gain of function” (GOF) study for the synthesis of a supercharged SARS coronavirus.

The covid virus experiment on the people can be traced back to a lab in North Carolina in 2015. From there, the research and testing on how to make the covid virus more dangerous was transferred to the Wuhan lab in China, where it was released.

In 2015, and at the request of the United States Army, Dr. Baric and his team studied for the synthesis of a supercharged SARS coronavirus.

Researching Covid, pre-covid

Buried in the minutiae of Dr. Ralph Baric’s published study documents, two barely credited collaborators in the gain of function coronavirus study: Doctors Xing-Yi Ge and Zhengli-Li.

Microbiology and immunology researchers working at Wuhan Institute for Science and Technology, undertaking precisely the same gain of function study for a newly augmented coronavirus.

Fauci is NOT an Authority Figure

It’s very safe to say Fauci has lied and cried wolf far too many times, as with most politicians.

Remember, Fauci is NOT an elected official, so why are people following his orders?

While we’re on this topic, why are people following orders from elected officials? Politicians work for the people, not the other way around…always remember this; it’s in the U.S. Constitution.

Representative Thomas Massie, a Republican from Kentucky, speaks during a news conference held to call for the firing of Anthony Fauci at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, June 15, 2021.) FIRE FAUCI ACT
Rep. Thomas Massie calls for the firing of Dr. Anthony Fauci at the Capitol on Tuesday

“Were we all victims of a bioweapon”, said Marjorie Taylor Greene. She demanded “reparations” from the Chinese government, which has sought to distance itself from any responsibility for the origins of the virus, going so far as to call for investigations of bioweapons at American facilities.

Scientists have argued the covid virus lab escape theory needs a harder look, with greater cooperation from China.

President Trump was sometimes irritated with Fauci’s media appearances, and by the high degree of trustworthiness he was afforded by the public. Those grievances plainly persist.

“Dr. Fauci leveraged his position as a leading figure in the White House to become a celebrity,” charged Rep. Biggs.

Marjorie Taylor Greene and others spoke standing beside a placard that said: “Fauci lied. People died.” The words were accompanied by a photo of a masked Fauci, who is head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Fauci has been in the federal government for 40 years and has served seven consecutive presidents, including Trump; 40 years of disruption and lies. Fauci was also a lead in the Aids epidemic scare.

Firing Fauci would be difficult, since Fauci is a senior public servant, not an appointed official.

FIRE FAUCI ACT. Fauci needs to be fired. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, listens during a Senate Appropriations Labor, Health and Human Services Subcommittee hearing looking into the budget estimates for National Institute of Health (NIH) and state of medical research on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., May 26, 2021. (Sarah Silbiger/Reuters)
Fauci says masks don’t work, but then we should wear two. Fauci continued to wear a mask after supposedly getting the covid “vaccine”

The purpose of Tuesday’s FIRE FAUCI act rally was largely symbolic, more significant in what it says about how conservatives plan to litigate the pandemic in the coming months, ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.

As life returns to normal in many parts of the country, there remain uncertainties about the upcoming school year, about how long white-collar workers will continue to work from home and just how much effort should go into investigating the origins of the coronavirus, not to mention how to prevent the next pandemic.

When the government wants more control, it’s likely they’ll pull the covid card again.

“Let’s not divide people with politics,” said Marjorie Taylor Greene. A skilled cultural warrior, Greene understands the pandemic remains a motivating issue for both sides of the nation’s gaping political divide.

FIRE FAUCI ACT. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) holds a press conference outside the U.S. Capitol following a private visit to the Holocaust Museum, to express contrition for previous remarks about Jewish people, in Washington, U.S. June 14, 2021. (Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters)
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene holds a press conference outside the Capitol following a private visit to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum on Monday

Fauci has been living under heightened security for months. That is likely to continue as long as he remains at the center of conservatives’ ire. Last month the National Review ran a cover story on what it deemed “the unforced errors of America’s political doctor,” mockingly depicting him as a would-be saint.

The proposed legislation, called the Fire Fauci Act, probably stands no chance of passage in a House controlled by Democrats.

The anti-vaccine activist, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., is set to release a book highly critical of Fauci in September. As of Monday evening, that book was among the bestselling on Amazon. 

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