Fauci’s surprise retirement announcement has not surprised many Republicans of all, many of whom are well aware of the fact that a red wave in November means that, at last, a long overdue investigation into Fauci’s antics will commence.
After all, Fauci has been caught a number of times saying one thing in public and quite a different thing in private, with regards to everything from masks to the virus’s origins, not to mention the role that American taxpayer funds may have played in bringing about the pandemic and all the governmental restrictions with it.
Which is precisely why conservatives have put Fauci on notice, effectively cornering him with reality.
“Make no mistake, my colleagues and I will hold Dr. Fauci accountable whether or not he remains in public office,” Arizona Representative Andy Biggs asserted.
After all, since Trump is subject to nonstop harassment, it’s quite clear that any government bureaucrat should expect the possibility of the same.
Indiana Representative Jim Banks pointed out that accountability is crucial, especially since too many public “servants” seem to enjoy being mini-dictators.
“Republicans must remain committed to holding Fauci accountable even after he steps down to make sure no one in his position ever abuses the public trust again,” Banks remarked.
Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert was even more assertive, leaving no mystery as to where her intentions may gravitate.
“Fauci is stepping down in December to try and avoid scrutiny from a Republican House that will take over in January. Understand this loud and clear, Anthony: We are coming for you whether you retire or not,” Boebert declared.
Cue the next media attack on Boebert, which seems to occur whenever she has a rather obvious point.
Not that Boebert cares, as her concerns lie with Americans, not the elite.
“You will not get away with what you did to America,” Boebert intoned.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy also shed insight into how destructive Fauci truly was for the entire nation.
“Dr. Fauci lost the trust of the American people when his guidance unnecessarily kept schools closed and businesses shut while obscuring questions about his knowledge on the origins of COVID,” McCarthy remarked.
No kidding. All part of the deliberate disempowerment plan.
“He owes the American people answers,” McCarthy continued, “a @HouseGOP majority will hold him accountable.”
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis also chimed in alongside other Republicans, affirming the destruction that Fauci’s advice caused for the nation.
“I think he should have been gone long ago. And if you think about what he’s done with his arrogance, that’s part of the reason why he’s advocated policies that have been so destructive. He thinks people that disagree with him are somehow beneath him,” DeSantis declared.
That’s the way of the elite. Their arguments are so hollow they can’t stand for anyone to challenge them. After all, it’s too easy to shatter utterly baseless arguments.
“He cost people jobs. He destroyed people’s businesses with his policies – and he was never willing to admit he was wrong when it was clear those policies don’t work,” DeSantis continued.
That’s because Democrats have played the game of deny, deny, deny so often they haven’t a clue as to how to properly apologize.
“I hope if Republicans take control that they will get to the bottom of everything from the origins of COVID to all the manifest failures of the public health establishment, particularly Dr. Anthony Fauci,” DeSantis added.
Fortunately, DeSantis is poised to receive his wish, as evidenced by the recent announcement from Senator Rand Paul.
Paul, who has perhaps opposed Fauci the most openly, has already taken strides to ensure Fauci cannot evade accountability, much as he may try.
“Fauci’s resignation will not prevent a full-throated investigation into the origins of the pandemic. He will be asked to testify under oath regarding any discussions he participated in concerning the lab leak,” Paul proclaimed.
Following up his proclamation, Paul also wrote a letter addressed to acting NIH director Dr. Lawrence Tabak, making it abundantly clear that specific records must be retained.
“I formally request you ensure the preservation of all documents and communications within Dr. Fauci’s possession related to his tenure at the National Institutes of Health,” Paul asserted.
What a tale those communications might tell. Especially communications between China and the swamp.
“This information is critical to ensure that Congress has access to information necessary to conduct proper oversight regarding events that took place during Dr. Fauci’s tenure within the agency,” the letter continued.
One can only hope that the NIH doesn’t decide to “Clinton” its Fauci documentation, chiefly in the form of mass deletions.
Author: Jane Jones