Dr. Atlas Talks About Fauci, Dr. Birk, et al.

 

Tucker Carlson talked with him about working with the COVID task force.

I have never worked with people at this level in my career, and I’m not saying at a high level, I’m saying at a low level … I’m not sure these people could have been assistant professors where I worked.

I’ve noticed this on a more lay level about Fauci. He’s a politician not a scientist. In my own sideline as a historian about GPS, I’ve read and heard lots of nonsense from eminent people. I reviewed in 2018 a documentary about the origins of GPS. When I posted it on Amazon, it had about a dozen reviews all of which gave it five stars. I gave it two stars.

The lack of critical thinking by our supposed experts is scary.

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  1. Sisyphus Member
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    Richard Easton: The lack of critical thinking by our supposed experts is scary.

    Thank goodness we always have Twitter to fall back on.

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  2. RightAngles Member
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    Fauci is a lifelong bureaucrat who’s suddenly thrust into the spotlight and having the time of his life. He’s on the cover of magazines, in demand for interviews, being lionized in the press.  And he’s gettin’ a little too big for his britches. Which isn’t hard since he buys them in the little boy department

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  3. Buckpasser Member
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    How dare you imply that bozo the fauci is incompetent!

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  4. Sandy Member
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    RightAngles (View Comment):

    Fauci is a lifelong bureaucrat who’s suddenly thrust into the spotlight and having the time of his life. He’s on the cover of magazines, in demand for interviews, being lionized in the press. And he’s gettin’ a little too big for his britches. Which isn’t hard since he buys them in the little boy department

    Not quite your ordinary lifelong bureaucrat, being surely one of the oldest and definitely the most highly paid—$417, 608 in 2019 according to Forbes. In addition, this is the second time he has made infamously wretched decisions costing tens of thousands of lives. He was responsible for keeping low cost, effective medicines from HIV positive patients while he pushed AZT.  Sound familiar?  Then there is his support of gain-of-function research. Nope. Nothing ordinary about this man, and there have to be people who want him right where he is or he would have been sacked decades ago.    https://redstate.com/michael_thau/2020/10/13/renowned-yale-scientist-fauci-knowingly-caused-100s-of-1000s-to-die-to-benefit-forces-hes-in-bed-with-what-will-it-take-for-someone-to-investigate-n262269

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  5. RightAngles Member
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    Sandy (View Comment):

    RightAngles (View Comment):

    Fauci is a lifelong bureaucrat who’s suddenly thrust into the spotlight and having the time of his life. He’s on the cover of magazines, in demand for interviews, being lionized in the press. And he’s gettin’ a little too big for his britches. Which isn’t hard since he buys them in the little boy department

    Not quite your ordinary lifelong bureaucrat, being surely one of the oldest and definitely the most highly paid—$417, 608 in 2019 according to Forbes. In addition, this is the second time he has made infamously wretched decisions costing tens of thousands of lives. He was responsible for keeping low cost, effective medicines from HIV positive patients while he pushed AZT. Sound familiar? Then there is his support of gain-of-function research. Nope. Nothing ordinary about this man, and there have to be people who want him right where he is or he would have been sacked decades ago. https://redstate.com/michael_thau/2020/10/13/renowned-yale-scientist-fauci-knowingly-caused-100s-of-1000s-to-die-to-benefit-forces-hes-in-bed-with-what-will-it-take-for-someone-to-investigate-n262269

    Wow I didn’t even know about the HIV thing. I do, however, know about the puppies.  I agree with Redstate – What will it take to have this Dr. Mengele investigated?

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  6. Sandy Member
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    RightAngles (View Comment):

    Sandy (View Comment):

    RightAngles (View Comment):

    Fauci is a lifelong bureaucrat who’s suddenly thrust into the spotlight and having the time of his life. He’s on the cover of magazines, in demand for interviews, being lionized in the press. And he’s gettin’ a little too big for his britches. Which isn’t hard since he buys them in the little boy department

    Not quite your ordinary lifelong bureaucrat, being surely one of the oldest and definitely the most highly paid—$417, 608 in 2019 according to Forbes. In addition, this is the second time he has made infamously wretched decisions costing tens of thousands of lives. He was responsible for keeping low cost, effective medicines from HIV positive patients while he pushed AZT. Sound familiar? Then there is his support of gain-of-function research. Nope. Nothing ordinary about this man, and there have to be people who want him right where he is or he would have been sacked decades ago. https://redstate.com/michael_thau/2020/10/13/renowned-yale-scientist-fauci-knowingly-caused-100s-of-1000s-to-die-to-benefit-forces-hes-in-bed-with-what-will-it-take-for-someone-to-investigate-n262269

    Wow I didn’t even know about the HIV thing. I do, however, know about the puppies. I agree with Redstate – What will it take to have this Dr. Mengele investigated?

    Good question, because the more you look, the worse it gets.  https://www.worldtribune.com/flashback-faucis-nih-funded-experiments-on-aids-orphans-in-new-york-city/

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  7. RightAngles Member
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    Sandy (View Comment):

    RightAngles (View Comment):

    Sandy (View Comment):

    Wow I didn’t even know about the HIV thing. I do, however, know about the puppies. I agree with Redstate – What will it take to have this Dr. Mengele investigated?

    Good question, because the more you look, the worse it gets. https://www.worldtribune.com/flashback-faucis-nih-funded-experiments-on-aids-orphans-in-new-york-city/

    Good GRIEF!

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  8. Norm McDonald Bought The Farm Coolidge
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    Fauci is a career criminal. Dr. Robert Malone said his eyes were really opened to the jaw dropping corruption when he read Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s new book The Real Anthony Fauci. 

    In an exclusive and explosive one-hour interview with Veronika Kyrylenko of The New American, pioneering mRNA scientist Dr. Robert Malone explains the intensely corrupt workings of the government regulatory bodies that have mismanaged the pandemic, discusses the problems with the vaccine program and delves into potentially explosive and game-changing revelations about the shady origins of the Covid-19 pandemic in Wuhan, China.

    Who is Dr. Robert Malone? While working at the Salk Institute in 1988, Dr. Malone discovered important findings about in-vivo and in-vitro RNA transfection. He continued his work on the technology a year later at the biopharma start-up Vical where he conducted additional experiments. According to his bio, “The mRNA, constructs, reagents were developed at the Salk institute and Vical by Dr. Malone.” His research has also included important work on DNA vaccines. In addition to his fundamental work developing mRNA and DNA vaccine technology, Malone is also a medical doctor. According to his bio, Dr. Malone “received his medical training at Northwestern University (MD) and Harvard University (Clinical Research Post Graduate) medical school, and in Pathology at UC Davis.”

    Few people are as qualified to comment on the course of the COVID pandemic and the mass vaccination campaign as Dr. Malone. In this important interview he shares his unique and deep insights on matters of critical national and international importance.

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  9. Norm McDonald Bought The Farm Coolidge
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    “I thought I understood what was going on from an insider POV. But this is mind-blowing. Anthony Fauci is playing precisely the strategy that he developed and tested during the HIV days. Bobby is on fire in this manuscript. The depth of information and facts, all carefully cited, is mind-blowing. It is a must-read. I think it will really help clarify what has been going down here. Thanks to the consistently dysfunctional COVID-19 response by Fauci and USG/HHS (US Government Health and Human Services Department), we have all become familiar with the terms “regulatory capture” and “Noble Lie.” The personal opinion and bias of Dr. Fauci has been repeatedly substituted for evidence-based medicine, and we are all living with the consequences. But beyond this mundane incompetence, what this book clearly documents are the deeper forces and systemic, pervasive governmental corruption, which have led us to this point. Not since the reign of former FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, have we seen such empire building by a corrupt, longstanding federal employee who is long past retirement age. Dr. Fauci’s apparent need to bolster a fragile ego has led to the almost complete systemic corruption of not only US HHS, but the entire world public health system. The consequences will be lasting damage to the reputation of the United States of America, US FDA, and US CDC as honest, independent guardians of public health, which has been carefully nurtured over many decades. The world is now able to clearly see that the US HHS has been captured and compromised by commercial interests. One unintended consequence of allowing and enabling this tragedy will be further erosion in domestic trust in the Public Health System, and in particular, in the entire vaccine enterprise. Global impacts are likely to include accelerating loss of trust in US and western pharmaceutical companies and regulators, and more rapid rise of Asian, Indian, and Middle Eastern pharmaceutical competitors.”
    —Robert W. Malone, MD, virologist, immunologist, molecular biologist

     

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  10. OmegaPaladin Moderator
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    Sandy (View Comment):
    He was responsible for keeping low cost, effective medicines from HIV positive patients while he pushed AZT.

    Do you have a source on this?  What medicine are you claiming would be highly active anti-retroviral therapy?

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  11. Headedwest Coolidge
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    I think it’s the hiring and promotion system in federal employment.

    In my USAF career I worked at the headquarters of that part of the Air Force. I was an electrical engineer with a BSEE degree, as were all my military contemporaries. But the civilian employees who earned large salaries and sometimes had elevated positions in the hierarchy often did not have an appropriate degree, or were simply not very good at what they did. I believe the GS system has ways you can inflate your credentials and end up in a job you are not fully qualified to do. And once you are in a GS job, you’re in for life.

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  12. Sandy Member
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    OmegaPaladin (View Comment):

    Sandy (View Comment):
    He was responsible for keeping low cost, effective medicines from HIV positive patients while he pushed AZT.

    Do you have a source on this? What medicine are you claiming would be highly active anti-retroviral therapy?

    @omegapaladin The medication is Bactrim.  From an interview by Mark Levin with Professor Harvey Risch of Yale:

    The FDA is a very strange organization that has a history of not making science-based, rational-based decisions about its approvals. This was started, most noticeably, in 1987, when people with AIDS in New York City were dying of what is called pneumocystis pneumonia — PCP. And, the clinical experience then had been amassed, a large number of cases who were prevented from dying by use of the antibiotic Bactrim. This is, even then, was a generic medication and cheap. And activists obtained a meeting with Dr. Fauci and 15 of his selected scientists at FDA, at NIH, and asked Dr. Fauci just to make guidelines to physicians that they consider using Bactrim to treat preventively AIDS people so that they wouldn’t die of this pneumonia. Dr. Fauci refused. He said, “I want randomized controlled, blinded controlled trial evidence. That’s my gold-standard, that or nothing.” The activists left, the NIH did not fund any randomized trials.

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  13. OmegaPaladin Moderator
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    Sandy (View Comment):

    OmegaPaladin (View Comment):

    Sandy (View Comment):
    He was responsible for keeping low cost, effective medicines from HIV positive patients while he pushed AZT.

    Do you have a source on this? What medicine are you claiming would be highly active anti-retroviral therapy?

    @ omegapaladin The medication is Bactrim. From an interview by Mark Levin with Professor Harvey Risch of Yale:

    The FDA is a very strange organization that has a history of not making science-based, rational-based decisions about its approvals. This was started, most noticeably, in 1987, when people with AIDS in New York City were dying of what is called pneumocystis pneumonia — PCP. And, the clinical experience then had been amassed, a large number of cases who were prevented from dying by use of the antibiotic Bactrim. This is, even then, was a generic medication and cheap. And activists obtained a meeting with Dr. Fauci and 15 of his selected scientists at FDA, at NIH, and asked Dr. Fauci just to make guidelines to physicians that they consider using Bactrim to treat preventively AIDS people so that they wouldn’t die of this pneumonia. Dr. Fauci refused. He said, “I want randomized controlled, blinded controlled trial evidence. That’s my gold-standard, that or nothing.” The activists left, the NIH did not fund any randomized trials.

    A quick look shows that Bactrim or its generic form are now standard therapy for P. carinii, including preventative treatment for those at risk.  Fauci was wrong there, dead wrong. 

    That’s separate from AZT, since AZT fights the virus directly, while Bactrim treats the fungal infection that kicks the person while they are down.

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  14. Sandy Member
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    OmegaPaladin (View Comment):

    Yes, and as I understand it, AZT is extremely toxic and in itself caused a lot of deaths, especially while Bactrim was unavailable. Fauci also committed a lot of time and money to a search for a vaccine at that time, and again the parallels with our current situation are striking. Then there are the old charges that HIV was a bio weapon and Luc Montagnier’s assertion last year that SARS-Cov-2 contains pieces of HIV, and that he thought the Wuhan researchers were probably trying to produce an HIV vaccine. I’m not even vaguely qualified to judge these matters, but one can’t help noting that Fauci keeps popping up in parallel ways. 

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  15. Norm McDonald Bought The Farm Coolidge
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    CDC – Center for Disease Creation.

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  16. Norm McDonald Bought The Farm Coolidge
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    Somewhat relevant:

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  17. Norm McDonald Bought The Farm Coolidge
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    Somewhat even more relevant:

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  18. GlennAmurgis Coolidge
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    If only Trump used someone like Dr Jay Bhattacharya to counter Fauci – how much better off we would have been 

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  19. Norm McDonald Bought The Farm Coolidge
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    Sandy (View Comment):

    OmegaPaladin (View Comment):

    Yes, and as I understand it, AZT is extremely toxic and in itself caused a lot of deaths, especially while Bactrim was unavailable. Fauci also committed a lot of time and money to a search for a vaccine at that time, and again the parallels with our current situation are striking. Then there are the old charges that HIV was a bio weapon and Luc Montagnier’s assertion last year that SARS-Cov-2 contains pieces of HIV, and that he thought the Wuhan researchers were probably trying to produce an HIV vaccine. I’m not even vaguely qualified to judge these matters, but one can’t help noting that Fauci keeps popping up in parallel ways.

    I now operate under the assumption that every “novel” virus they discover was engineered in a lab.

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