Fauci admits social distancing was NOT based on science: ‘It just sort of appeared’

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

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Former Chief White House Medical Advisor Anthony Fauci answered questions for the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic regarding his previous public health recommendations in 2020.

On Monday, he was questioned for seven hours, and various revelations came to light. According to the IJR, Fauci allegedly admitted to signing off on research grants without reviewing the proposals and failing to prove that proper oversight was carried out in American-owned foreign laboratories.

This is pertinent to the highly-debated use of gain-of-function research, which is considered dangerous and speculated to have played a role in the 2020 pandemic.  

Fauci is currently being investigated for allegedly attempting to cover up the lab leak theory, per the House Oversight Committee

Tuesday’s line of questioning unveiled some shocking information for Americans, who were forced to adhere to strict pandemic mandates. 

The subcommittee wrote, “Dr. Fauci claimed that the “6 feet apart” social distancing recommendation promoted by federal health officials was likely not based on any data.”

They also noted that he claimed, “It just sort of appeared.”

Fauci also reportedly admitted that the “lab-leak” origin theory is not a conspiracy and also “played semantics with the definition of a ‘lab-leak’ in an attempt to cover-up the inaccurate conclusions of ‘Proximal Origin.'”

Furthermore, Fauci agreed that President Donald Trump’s Chinese travel ban was warranted.

Based on the testimony, the Subcommittee concluded, “Dr. Fauci’s transcribed interview revealed systemic failures in our public health system and light on serious procedural concerns with our public health authority.”

They also noted that they are preparing to hold a public hearing this year. 

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