How Trump Sidelined Fauci — And Why America is Better Off For It

Even though slews of doctors have been coming forward to dispel the mainstream media’s claims about Coronavirus, the mask mandates, lockdowns, and fear-mongering are getting worse. More people are cutting their oxygen intake by 70% for no other apparent reason other than to signal how much they want us to believe they care about the elderly.

Fights are breaking out in supermarkets over whether or not people should be wearing germ-infested face diapers, although the masks people are wearing come with a warning on the box that says they will not protect anyone from Coronavirus or any other virus. A group of doctors came out recently to proclaim the ability of Hydroxychloroquine to treat a long list of diseases including the Chinese virus.

Yet still, the hysteria grows as CNN and their ilk persist in pushing the fear no matter how ill-founded it is. In the meantime, those who are paying attention have been pleading with President Trump to do something about Dr. Fauci.

Fauci, the former lead medical advisor to Trump, suffered a major embarrassment when Representative Jim Jordan exposed him for his unwillingness to say that ANTIFA and BLM protesters could be spreading the virus while persisting in his claims that churchgoers and Republican political rallies should be discouraged.

This, apparently, prompted Trump to sideline Fauci for one Dr. Scott Atlas — a one-time hospital administrator and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution. According to Ron Paul, he also understands the dangerous implications of locking down our economy in the name of stopping a virus that is thousands of times smaller than the holes in a paper mask.

In April, Dr. Atlas wrote an article for The Hill in which he said, “The data is in. It is time to stop the panic and end the total isolation.”

His article argued that 99.5% of people are at zero risk of dying from the disease. He also argued that locking people in their homes slows the development of herd immunity. He also argued that people are dying from other diseases at an accelerated rate because medical recourses are being heavily diverted into Coronavirus treatment efforts.

Indeed, cancer patients are going without medicine, patients waiting for organ transplants are waiting even longer than before, and the backlog of sick people is continuing to build.

Last month, the CDC director Robert Redfield admitted that hundreds of thousands of lives could have been saved if Atlas’ advice had been taken back in April.

Redfield said that the medical golden rule to “first do no harm” was thrown out in the name of panicking over what amounts to a bad flu season.

Neither Redfield nor Atlas have yet made mention of the many thousands of cases of verified false COVID-19 positives which are almost certainly motivated by the $13,000 in federal grants given for each reported positive test.

One can only hope that Trump’s new top doctor will decry this dangerous and widespread medical fraud sooner than later.

One thought on “How Trump Sidelined Fauci — And Why America is Better Off For It

  1. This Covid-19 pandemic is a charade contrived by Bill And Melinda Gates and further inhanced by George Soros and the Democratic Party, to blame Trump for not acting on the proclaimed pandemic to discredit OUR PRESIDENT. FAUCI, continued to excellerate panic

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