So-called conspiracy theorists have been saying this for quite some time. They’ve been censored, shadowbanned, and discredited by Big Media, Big Tech, Big Pharma, and even Fauci himself.
But Fauci was saying it back in March of 2020. So which is it ‘fact-checkers,’ misinformation, or truth? You can’t have it both ways, depending on who’s saying it.
After all, Tony Fauci is the expert scientist that they all told us to trust, isn’t he?
So when other people repeat the sentiments of what he said, they get censored, is that how it should work in the marketplace of ideas?
“This would not be the first time if it happened that a vaccine that looked good in initial safety actually made people worse. There was the history of the respiratory syncytial virus vaccine in children, which paradoxically made the children worse. One of the HIV vaccines that we tested several years ago actually made individuals more likely to get infected.” – Tony Fauci
Isn’t that pretty much what so-called conspiracy theorists said after Fauci said it?
Either way, it’s apparent that many people no longer trust or admire these two.
Just take a look at some of the comments surrounding this clip…
“Regardless of when this conversation was had, they have been working on this virus for years.”
“I cringe at the thought of these two talking behind closed doors on what new information should be withheld from the public.”
“What does Mark Zuckerberg have to do with Covid? He’s not a virologist, nor did he study medicine. You might as well have Bill Gates on so they can circle jerk about how many boosters they think people need to “stop the spread.”
“How does Fauci still have a career after being exposed for funding dog torture.”
“So Fauci admits the vaccines make people sicker? Yes. It’s called Antibody-dependent enhancement.”
“All I see is two nerds who couldn’t get laid.”
— john (@johnhackerla) December 15, 2021
Watch the video below for the full context of this exchange between Fauci and Zuckerberg.
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