Dr. Ron Paul joins a growing number of people calling on President Trump to fire top coronavirus adivsor Dr. Fauci because ‘he’s a fraud
On Sunday, we wrote a story about MIT Biologist Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai after he doubled down his attack on “Deep State and FakeScience” slamming Big Pharma, CDC, WHO, China and calling on U.S. President Trump to fire Dr. Anthony Fauci. Dr. Shiva said Dr. Fauci’s policy, at best, is based on a 1950s outdated ‘one-size-fits-all,’ non-personalized approach to medicine and public health; and, at worst is derived from a ‘fake science’ understanding of the immune system – one, which Dr. Fauci, over five decades has perpetuated, and exploited to build his career.”
Now, Dr. Ron Paul is joining a growing number of people calling on President Trump to fire top coronavirus advisor Dr. Fauci for providing ‘bad information.’
Dr. Paul, speaking on his program, ‘Ron Paul Liberty Report,’ called on President Trump to fire Dr. Fauci because ‘he’s a fraud, doesn’t give good information and is trying to have total control over the people.’ Dr. Paul said Dr. Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, provided ‘bad information’ after he lowered his national death estimates from the outbreak Thursday from more than 100,000 to 60,000. Dr. Paul was referring to the IHME model, which lowered its projection for COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. from 81,766 to 60,415.
In a video posted on his website, Dr Paul said: “Dr. Anthony Fauci has dominated the headlines for weeks with his doom and gloom predictions of two million Americans dead from Covid-19. If we lock the country down, maybe only 240,000 will die he claimed. But even those numbers collapsed, with the new official prediction coming in under the normal flu numbers for 2018. Was it “social distancing” that saved us? Let’s look at the states and countries that did not lock down – they should have massively higher deaths. Do they?”
Dr. Paul called on the government to address the unintended consequences of shutting the country down over Covid-19 fears. Dr. Paul gave cited the state of Tennessee which experienced more suicides last week than coronavirus deaths.
Below is a video of his interview.