BREAKING: Emails Show Dr. Fauci And NIH Director Plotted To Coordinate “Devastating Takedown” Of Anti-Lockdown Scientists

( Exclusive) – A batch of newly released emails have revealed that Dr. Anthony Fauci, the White House chief medical advisor and head of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, actually wanted to carry out a “quick and devastating” takedown of any health experts that proposed a strategy for dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic without using lockdowns.

According to a report from Infowars, these emails, which were released by the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, reveals retiring NIH Director Francis Collins informing Fauci back in October 2020 to discredit the Great Barrington Declaration, which was a statement that proposed working toward achieving herd immunity through a “focused protection” of the most vulnerable.

As we’ve said continually since this whole mess started, the measures being employed by the folks in charge have never been about keeping you safe and healthy. They’ve always been about keeping you under control.

“Days after the GBD was released, Collins notified Fauci and other health officials about how the proposal from ‘three fringe epidemiologists’ was getting a ‘lot of attention’ and called for a ‘quick and devastating published take down of its premises,’” Infowars said.

“A short time later, Fauci emails Collins an op-ed from Wired magazine that ‘debunks this theory’ and calls out the three scientists – Martin Kulldorff, an epidemiologist at Harvard University, Sunetra Gupta, an epidemiologist at Oxford University, and Jay Bhattacharya, a public health policy expert at Stanford University – for touting an approach without ‘following the scientific method’ for peer-reviewed hypotheses,” the report continued.

Right after Collins applauds what he calls an “excellent” response, Fauci then sends him another op-ed published by The Nation magazine that “refuted the herd immunity approach.” Collins then responds by saying he agrees with the article’s conclusion that this idea is a “deadly delusion.”

“This part of the exchange was not included in disclosures by the subcommittee in its year-end report, but was posted in a series of tweets by Phil Magness, education director at the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER), a libertarian think tank that sponsored the GBD. Magness condemns the ‘smear campaign’ later launched by Collins against the scientists through a Washington Post article in which he was quoted,” the report said.

Dr. Fauci also sent an email to former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Deborah Birx about taking a “very strong” public stance against the GBD.

Not long after these emails were released, Bhattacharya stated that he was the “subject of a propaganda attack by my own government,” while Kulldorff posted on Twitter that an “invitation” to a “public debate” on the topic of herd immunity was still on the table.

Collins, who spoke with Fox News last week, stood by his “take down” comment, going to make the claim that the herd immunity approach “didn’t make sense” to him because adopting it would have led to “hundreds of thousands of additional deaths.”

Here’s a look at a few of the emails via 100 Percent Fed Up (screen shots here, here, here and here).

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