Video from October 2019 shows Fauci et al. discussing their desire to push new vaccines on the public and the potential to disrupt established safeguards with a novel virus from China


Imagine that? Just one month before the covid pandemic was unleashed upon the world, Fauci and his cronies were discussing the need for a disruption to society that could be used to fast track new experimental vaccines into the human population.

As Fauci noted, it can take up to a decade for a treatment to be granted approval for use on the general public, and that’s just too long! They want to get these new vaccines rolled out without all the red tape.

The other problem is that the general public doesn’t take influenza seriously, which makes it difficult to implement a universal influenza vaccine. But perhaps a novel avian virus out of China could scare everyone into taking a novel vaccine treatment.

So we really do have a problem with how the world perceives influenza and it’s going to be very difficult to change that unless you do it from within and say, ‘I don’t care what your perception is, we’re going to address the problem, in a disruptive way and in an innovate way.’

Dr Anthony Fauci

Notice how influenza vanished as soon as covid cases started taking off? Getting the whole public to commit to annual influenza vaccines was a major focal point for Anthony Fauci, and it clearly frustrated him that people would not take it more seriously. Well, covid solved that problem, didn’t it!

Rick Bright, speaking at the end of the clip about the novel virus from China, was tasked by the Trump administration to make sure hydroxychloroquine was available to every covid patient; however, he obviously didn’t agree with the president and instead blocked access, making it only available to hospital patients under emergency use authorisation (EUA), which was subsequently revoked to allow EUA on remdesivir.