Fauci’s New Bombshell Admission

(DCWatchdog.com) – In a bombshell declaration confirming that COVID-19 mandates are a form of societal control, Dr. Anthony Fauci acknowledged that the widely endorsed guideline of maintaining a six-foot distance to mitigate the virus spread was not firmly rooted in scientific evidence.

According to Chairman Brad Wenstrup (R-OH), who is also a physician, Fauci disclosed that this recommendation was “likely not based on scientific data” during a recent House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic session.

This revelation is significant as schools were closed for extended periods during the pandemic after adhering to these social distancing guidelines.

The six-foot distancing guideline has been a point of disagreement among health officials and research studies. Dr. Ashish Jha, Dean of the Brown University School of Public Health and former COVID response coordinator for Joe Biden, expressed his skepticism in March 2021, stating, “It never struck me that six feet was particularly sensical in the context of mitigation.”

In the same month, Fauci responded to a Massachusetts school study that suggested that three feet of distancing resulted in similar COVID case rates, saying the CDC was “very carefully” reviewing this data and might likely update their guidelines.

Following Fauci’s testimony, Wenstrup highlighted “systemic failures” in the public health system, particularly regarding vaccination mandates in schools and businesses. He voiced concerns about the potential long-term effects of these mandates on vaccine hesitancy.

Wenstrup also expressed frustration over Fauci’s reported difficulty recalling certain COVID-19 details pertinent to the investigation, contrasting with other witnesses who remembered the facts.

Rep. Michael Cloud (R-TX) criticized Fauci for his alleged inability to remember key events and for avoiding responsibility for the influence of federal guidelines on local decisions. Cloud mentioned Fauci’s skepticism about the educational impact of pandemic measures, which had many parents concerned.

Republican staff noted that Fauci admitted the potential for increased vaccine hesitancy due to the mandates, despite his advice for U.S. colleges to impose vaccine requirements during the pandemic. In 2021, Fauci remarked on the effectiveness of making life difficult for those hesitant to vaccinate.

The subcommittee plans to have Fauci testify again in a public hearing later this year. Meanwhile, Wenstrup stated that the transcripts would be made available after both majority and minority staff review them.