Contradictions from Fauci, CDC throughout COVID pandemic outlined in viral Twitter thread

A Twitter thread published Wednesday aimed to put a spotlight on “the various flip-flops” of Dr. Anthony Fauci and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

“We’ve all seen the various flip-flops of the CDC and Dr. Anthony Fauci over the last 18 months,” freelance writer Drew Holden wrote.

Holden has developed a following on social media for lengthy Twitter threads showcasing bias and contradictions, and the U.S. government’s polarizing top epidemiologist is his latest target.

“To help keep track, I present ‘Fauci vs. Fauci,’ chronicling the twists, turns, contradictions and backtracks from the man and his agency,” Holden added before presenting followers with his receipts.

“To start, we need to focus on Dr. Fauci’s perspective on the virus itself and it’s risk to the United States. In late January 2020, Fauci said that COVID was a ‘very, very low risk to the United States,’” Holden wrote. “I think it goes without saying that his perspective has evolved since.” – READ MORE

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  1. This smells like a cover to send all the blame on Fauci alone and distract people from the big picture that it´s a scheme with all world companies and governments behind it. The script has turned the page as Fauci will now be dismissed into retirement. The saga will run as long as they can keep it relevant. The longer the better. The only question now is what are they going to do to the world while they use this distraction on us?