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The coronavirus pandemic transformed Anthony Fauci into one of the most famous men in America overnight. The vast majority of Americans had never heard of him before he was suddenly appearing on television every day at coronavirus press briefings.

But Fauci has been around a long time. He’s been director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984. He is the single highest-paid employee in the entire federal government, making $417,000 in 2019. That’s more than the president, more than any of our generals, more than the chairman of the federal reserve.

And Fauci wasn’t just sitting around, waiting for this virus to thrust him into the global spotlight. He had a career. As head of NIAID, Fauci controls more than $6 billion in funding for scientific research. That’s enough money that Fauci, for decades, has shaped the very direction of medical research. In a very real way, Fauci decides what research paths are pursued and which are ignored. He decides whether institutions flourish or decline, and whether individual researchers succeed or stagnate. For thirty-five years before coronavirus even happened, he was one of the most powerful doctors in the world. So, how did he use that power?

And for the first two years of this pandemic, there has been remarkably little interest in answering that question.

Now, Robert Kennedy Junior has come along to tell the real story about Fauci. He has a new book out, The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health.

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Robert Kennedy reveals the full extent of Fauci’s sinister behavior in the early days of the AIDS crisis. He shows how Fauci sabotaged many low-cost treatments for the disease in favor of promoting a chemotherapy drug, AZT, as the only solution. AZT basically didn’t work, and instead killed a lot of the people taking it, which was easy to get away with since they could just blame all the deaths on AIDS. But even if it didn’t work, AZT had one very important thing in its favor – it was the most expensive drug in history, costing $10,000 per year even in the 1980s. Taxpayers financed almost all the research and development of the drug, then they paid again for this useless drug to be given to AIDS sufferers. Pharma companies kept the profits, with Fauci’s help. Fauci basically created the template we’re now seeing again with Covid-19, where taxpayers paid billions for vaccine development and now Pfizer is making billions of dollars in profits off mandatory shots.

That’s just the start, though. The book shows how Fauci broke federal law to allow Big Pharma to use poor children as lab rats for experimentation. And, as the title suggests, the book goes into deep detail on the long collaboration between Tony Fauci and Bill Gates to promote mass vaccination campaigns all around the globe.

Robert Kennedy, by the way, really deserves enormous credit for being one of the bravest public figures in America today. He spent decades as an environmental lawyer cleaning up the Hudson River, beating Monsanto in court, and more. That was enough to make him a liberal hero for life. But Kennedy’s commitment isn’t to being a popular liberal. It’s to support what he thinks is true. So he’s made himself very unpopular with many of his old friends thanks to his writing on vaccines and now on the Covid-19 pandemic. Doesn’t matter. That’s just who he is.

We’re very proud to have Robert Kennedy Junior joined the show.

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