Anthony Fauci made one damning confession to Congress that blew the lid off the ruling class elites’ COVID narrative

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Dr. Anthony Fauci has spent years pushing verifiable lies onto the American people.

But he’s finally starting to tell the truth.

And Anthony Fauci made one damning confession to Congress that blew the lid off the ruling class elites’ COVID narrative.

Fauci drops the charade

Last week, former National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Dr. Anthony Fauci spent two days testifying behind closed doors as part of the House Coronavirus Pandemic Committee’s ongoing investigation.

Members of both parties reportedly spent some 14 hours questioning Fauci on virtually every aspect of the federal government’s response to the pandemic.

Even though you wouldn’t know it from the media’s nearly non-existent coverage of the testimony, Dr. Fauci apparently decided to finally start telling the truth about what transpired.

In a statement released Wednesday, Brad Wenstrup (R-OH), the Chairman of the Coronavirus Pandemic Committee, outlined the information exposed through Fauci’s testimony.

Despite publicly and privately urging the implementation of vaccine mandates and other restrictions on the American people, Wenstrup revealed that Dr. Fauci admitted that his actions “may have unfortunately increased vaccine hesitancy for years to come.”

Furthermore, Fauci fully admitted that the lab leak theory “was, in fact, not a conspiracy theory.”

Of course, this was after he spent the past few years attacking the lab leak theory as a total fantasy and not scientifically possible due to his claim that the virus’ “mutations” are “totally consistent with a jump of a species from an animal to a human.” 

While it’s great that Fauci is finally admitting the truth about the lab leak theory, it doesn’t change the fact that he actively influenced a scientific paper to discredit the theory while serving as former President Donald Trump’s top COVID advisor.

Dr. Kristian Andersen, one of the authors of the Fauci-commissioned scientific paper, previously admitted that he focused his work on the paper specifically “on trying to disprove any type of lab theory.”

“It sort of just appeared”

The Committee further revealed in a post on X that while answering questions about the lab leak and scientific paper, Fauci attempted to “play semantics” with the definition of a “lab leak” in order to “cover-up the inaccurate conclusions” of the paper he commissioned.

But the most damning of all Dr. Fauci’s admissions came when he revealed that the “social distancing” guidelines he and other “experts” forced on Americans was not actually based on any scientific data and “sort of just appeared” out of thin air.

Wenstrup also pointed out that Fauci claimed he couldn’t recall information regarding COVID-19 more than 100 times.

And Fauci is still refusing to concede the fact that the National Institutes of Health, which he also led, used American tax dollars to fund dangerous gain-of-function research at the infamous Wuhan Institute of Virology.

However, the House Coronavirus Pandemic Committee is continuing to move forward with its investigation into the federal government’s failed pandemic response.

With the Committee planning to bring the former NIAID Director back in for a public hearing at some point later this year, the walls are finally starting to close in on Dr. Fauci.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.