Fauci emailed friend saying masks were 'ineffective,' pushed for mandates anyway, Missouri AG says

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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt said Friday that during his seven-hour testimony with Dr. Anthony Fauci new information revealed he was supporting mask mandates two months after Fauci told a friend masks were "ineffective."
On Friday, Show-Me's Republican Attorney General tweeted a "tidbit" from his testimony with the outgoing head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases:
Another tidbit from Fauci depo: On February 20, he emailed a friend telling her her masks were ineffective. Reconfirmed on March 31st. Mandates obeyed – lives ruined.”
"COVID tyranny is born," Schmitt continued.
WHITE HOUSE PROTECTS DR FAUCI FOR HIS 'LEADERSHIP AND LEGACY' WHILE HE DELIVERS 'FINAL MESSAGE'
On Wednesday, Schmitt and his colleague, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, questioned Biden's chief medical adviser under oath over his alleged role in colluding with Big Tech to control communications about COVID-19 as part of the duo's lawsuit.
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Schmitt and Landry filed the lawsuit in May, accusing top government officials of collaborating with giant social media companies Meta [Facebook], Twitter and YouTube "under the guise of fighting misinformation" to seek stronger censorship.
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They are trying to prove that Fauci worked with Facebook and others to suppress talk that the virus originated in a lab in Wuhan, China.
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"The accused Dr. Anthony Fauci, a senior federal government official, in coordination with others orchestrated a campaign in early 2020 to discredit the lab leak hypothesis," Landry and Schmitt said in their brief. “As director of the [National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases], Dr. Fauci risked 'gain-of-function' research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology via intermediaries like the EcoHealth Alliance led by Dr. Peter Daszak funded.”
Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
FAUCI ADMITS 'CERTAIN ASPECTS' OF GOVERNMENT'S COVID-19 RESPONSE HAVE BEEN 'BANNED'
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"Should the laboratory leak theory become established, Dr. Fauci and Dr. Daszak may be involved in funding research into viruses that caused the COVID19 pandemic and have killed millions of people worldwide," they said.
According to a Wednesday tweet following the statement, Schmitt said Fauci "knew the lab leak theory had its place, but she would come back to him and immediately try to discredit it."
In his final White House press briefing before he is due to retire next month after a 50-year career, Fauci said, "Every day for all those years, I've given everything I have and I've never left anything on that." field,” he continued.
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"I gave everything I got," Fauci added.
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