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Rand Paul thinks maybe Fauci should go to jail

Would he have to wear a mask in the penitentiary? Perhaps at least to hide his identity from prisoners who don’t like his policies.

According to the Washington Times:

Sen. Rand Paul plans to contact the Department of Justice about potentially criminally investigating Dr. Anthony S. Fauci for allegedly lying to lawmakers, the Kentucky Republican said late Tuesday.

“I’ll be sending a letter to the Department of Justice asking for a criminal referral because he has lied to Congress,” Mr. Paul said about Dr. Fauci during an evening appearance on Fox News.

Speaking to host Sean Hannity, Mr. Paul claimed that Dr. Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), had lied about funding so-called “gain-of-function research.”

Gain-of-function research often involves manipulating viruses to make them more infectious. Some believe the coronavirus may have originated due to such an experiment, but its origins remain unclear.

Mr. Paul alleges that Dr. Fauci lied when he previously denied NIAID parent’s agency, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), funded gain-of-function research in Wuhan, China, where the virus first appeared.

Some people believe he should have been locked up for this.

3 thoughts on “Rand Paul thinks maybe Fauci should go to jail”

  1. Lied! Someone lied in DC!
    If I believe that the Earth is flat, is that a lie or a delusion?
    The Doctor of Confusion and Impossible Scenes believes in himself and his pronouncements.

  2. The DOJ? Nothing will happen, as usual.

    How’s that Durham Report coming . . . or whatever other shoes that never drop.

  3. Nothing will happen to him, he’s a Democrat. We have two legal systems, one for Patriots and another for Democrats, Antifa, BLM, illegals, and Fauci.

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