"Maybe not the most dangerous virus to people as we all know that it's gotten 99 plus percent recovery rate most of the population. But in terms of what it's done to damage our society to transfer wealth to the rich, to transfer wealth away from the middle class and the poor. In terms of the damage it's caused to freedom, this is probably the most dangerous thing that's ever happened." he said during the recent episode of "Lawfare with Tom Renz" on Brighteon.TV.
Renz took solace with the knowledge that Fauci is on his way out of the federal government soon. (Related: Fauci to resign from government after more than five decades of murdering people in the name of "science.")
However, Fauci said in a statement that he is not really retiring as he plans to mentor the next generation of scientific leaders and help them prepare the world against future infectious disease threats.
Renz offered another reason why Fauci will remain relevant in the private sector. "Let's be realistic, he's going to get paid off a huge sum of money to work in some sort of a private setting. They're going to have to pay him an awful lot to keep his mouth shut," he said.
Fauci became a household name at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic during former President Donald Trump's administration as part of the White House pandemic response team, but had clashes with the ex-president as well as Republican solons.
The infectious disease expert also recommended measures like masks, temporary business closures and lockdowns early in the pandemic, which he later denied suggesting.
"As of December of 2022, Anthony Fauci will no longer be an employee of the federal government. He's no longer standing and I still will be fighting the damage they have brought to the world. So, good riddance," Renz said.
The lawyer added that Fauci must be sent behind bars for his crimes. Renz has been filing lawsuits against Big Pharma, hospitals and even Fauci for all the harm they have caused the public from their suggested treatments for the coronavirus to their experimental injections.
Lawmakers are also firm that the resignation will not shield Fauci from any potential investigations.
"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," Sen. Rand Paul tweeted on August 22.
Kentucky Representative James Comer said in a statement that Fauci needs to answer questions about what he knows on the origins of the coronavirus, including whether the National Institutes of Health helped fund controversial research that led to the virus's creation in a lab in Wuhan, China.
"Retirement can't shield Dr. Fauci from congressional oversight," Comer said. "The American people deserve transparency and accountability about how government officials used their taxpayer dollars, and Oversight Committee Republicans will deliver."
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