Dr. Deborah Birx admitted in her new book as to how she and Anthony Fauci faked the science of lockdowns and social distancing and were practically shooting from the hip.
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Dr. Deborah Birx, a former advisor to President Trump on Covid-19, recently made several startling admissions. She first told the Daily Mail that Covid-19 may have been created by Chinese scientists “working on coronavirus vaccines” and that it “came out of the box ready to infect” when it hit Wuhan, China, in 2019.
It goes more than that, though.
When it came to national orders like “two weeks to stop the spread” and social distancing measures, Birx and Dr. Anthony Fauci were practically shooting from the hip, as Fox News’ Jesse Waters explains. Birx acknowledged this in her new book.
Waters stated that Fauci and Birx “were lying to the president and to the American people about their COVID protocols,” and that Birx “admitted to making things up.”
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“No sooner had we convinced the Trump administration to implement our version of the two-week shutdown than I was trying to figure out how to extend it,” Birx writes in the first lie, “15 days to stop the spread.”
“So that 15 days to slow the spread was just a sneaky way to get their hooks into us, so they could lock us down for longer,” Waters opines. “And if you dared to leave your house, Birx told us, the only way to stay safe was to social distance.”
In order to achieve this, Birx writes, “I had settled on 10 (feet) knowing that even that was too many, but I figured that ten would at least be palatable for most Americans – high enough to allow for most gatherings of immediate family but not enough for large dinner parties and, critically, large weddings, birthday parties, and other mass social events.”
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