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A manufactured crisis

In late 2019 Dr. Fauci, director of NIAID, stated that the 2019-20 flu season would be “very bad.” For months, flu deaths were published; then, in early 2020, “flu deaths” went “away” and COVID-19 deaths started being published. Very strange, but now, as it turns out in May 2020, this appears to be a “manufactured crisis”; doctors were directed to attribute deaths to COVID-19. Previously approved drugs now were “not approved” for treatment. This now became a market for new patents and profits.

It also is becoming evident that Dr. Fauci has an interest in keeping this pandemic alive. He has been a focal point in the COVID-19 task force response, but he reportedly declined to comment when pressed on his links to the money trail between taxpayer-funded grants and the Wuhan labs. However, he once defended the very research that may have unleashed the plague.

Americans may need to ask themselves whether Dr. Fauci is an American patriot combating the spread of COVID-19 or a type of pyromaniac who shows up to play the hero by putting out the fire he started.

This pandemic charade, which has everything to do with politics and profit-making in the directed shutdown of state economies, is mostly orchestrated by the Democratic Party, in an attempt to destroy the overpowering Trump economy. Almost all of the early shutdowns were by Democratic governors, along with the extensions.

Time to end the phony process and open up the country. We can handle it.

Jerry J. Kovach

Veradale


 

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