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Holding Dr. Fauci Accountable | Senator Rand Paul | EP 154

Senator Rand Paul has many goals for our country, but one of his main priorities is holding Dr. Fauci accountable. Why would Fauci suddenly change his views on immunity, confusing the public? That is what Senator Rand Paul has set out to unveil. This fearless defender of American freedoms joins the Better for America podcast to set the record straight. Rebecca Weber interviews Senator Paul on all we’ve been waiting to hear regarding the Fauci vs Paul COVID battle. In this Senator’s eyes, ignoring immunology is like ignoring the needs of the public. Senator Paul’s COVID committee is also holding Big Tech accountable for colluding with the CDC to suppress theories and statements surrounding COVID-19. He also exposes the NIH which was driven to make a profit from vaccines on the taxpayer’s dime. Tune in to hear how this Kentucky Senator is fighting for freedom, accountability, liberty, and propelling government overreach out of our way!

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Stan d. Upnow
1 month ago

I do believe he would’ve made a good POTUS. He’s one of the very few so-called Republicans who has the cojones to stand-up and go after these Progressive-Socialist totalitarians, not just talk about it on FOX.

james carlyle
1 month ago

Kudos for Senator Paul.

Gloria
2 months ago

Changed his mind? FOLLOW THE MONEY!

Philip Hammersley
1 month ago
Reply to  Gloria

Or he figures he will be thoroughly investigated starting in January 2023.

William Latchford
2 months ago

One politician I really trust. Thank you Senator Rand Paul for your service!

John D. Beach
2 months ago

The globalist agenda is one of the greatest threats to national sovereignty and security. Every agreement that violates or infringes the independence of free people to make honestly informed choices leaves them at the mercy of the unknown. Such is the case with the “gain of function” research which caused the pandemic which allowed governments to lockdown their populations and compel “choices” which were not choices, at all. Consider what Democrats did in 2020 to ensure their control of the processes and outcome of the election. Nothing proves fraud like the consequences of the policies of the current administration which have produced the lowest approval ratings of any president in history. When economic considerations motivate actions which have no beneficial purpose, other than the personal enrichment of the corrupt, humanity suffers. Faith and trust in those who have a sacred duty to fulfill oaths of profession or office is destroyed and distrust replaces. A clean sweep of the U.S. government will be necessary in order to restore faith and trust in the institutions of government and we will not see such a massive, corrective measure under the auspices of the Democrat Party.

Duane
2 months ago

We taxpayers are paying this so called, elite public servant, $500,000 a year! You have to be kidding!

Philip Hammersley
1 month ago
Reply to  Duane

And his wife gets $400,000!

Stan d. Upnow
1 month ago
Reply to  Duane

My beef is- nobody on either side will dare even examine the horribly bloated bureaucratic agencies with their over-compensated employees; all at Our expense.

Cathy Kolbe
2 months ago

I believe Saudi should be investigated. I’d like to know how much his kickbacks were from the drug companies. His income increased several millions in the last year. Talk about insider trading! Or just plain corrupt payoffs!

Stan d. Upnow
1 month ago
Reply to  Cathy Kolbe

“Saudi?” Did you mean Dr. Falsie?

johnh
2 months ago

Rand Paul is getting way too radical in his views. I used to like him, but the last 3-years he is losing any impact on Americans.

CPM55
2 months ago
Reply to  johnh

I agree as he still gives credence to the jab as a type of immunity.

Stan d. Upnow
1 month ago
Reply to  johnh

Are you reading off Biden’s teleprompter again?

Ralph S
2 months ago

Dr, Faux-see should stick to baseball. WAIT… his baseball ability is as wayward as his medical advice.

Lawrence Greenberg
2 months ago

Justice will be done when this malignant dwarf is charged with treason and crimes against humanity and goes to his well-deserved appointment with the gallows.

Stan d. Upnow
1 month ago

Ha, nice wish, but you know that none of that will happen. Unless…. it can be proven that he can be held directly responsible for deaths due to his mandates. (which I believe is true)

anna hubert
2 months ago

We all know that Fauci is immune to justice same thing will happen to him as to all other criminals he is connected to

THX 1138
2 months ago

In 2007, NFL Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick was convicted of running an ILLEGAL dogfighting ring. He spent 18 months behind bars before returning to the NFL.

The evil [Witch-doctor] Anthony Fauci ILLEGALLY used tax dollars to fatally experiment on bats, puppies and human beings of multiple international origins on multiple occasions and yet he continues to roam the Earth as he pleases!

Thank you Dr. Paul for being a sort of modern day “Van Helsing” in seeing to bringing the rightful justice to the fiendish monster that Fauci has always been.

Peter
2 months ago
Reply to  THX 1138

I never liked that Michael Vick was fighting dogs; however, I also thought he was punished more severely than many real criminals.

Stan d. Upnow
1 month ago
Reply to  Peter

BS!! He got less than 2 years in a federal pen and a 3-year suspended sentence from the state of VA. That’s too severe to you for running a horrific, cruel criminal enterprise for 5 years? Right after, the F’ng NFL took him back and he’s made $$millions$$. Oh, how he’s suffered! Get yer head straight, buddy.

CoNMTX
2 months ago

The little rodent Fauci made my skin crawl since the first time I laid eyes on him. Just another Godless socialist who does and says just what he is told to do or say. He will not ever see the inside of a prison since he will be protected by the globalists who control him. However, his punishment awaits.

Stan d. Upnow
1 month ago
Reply to  CoNMTX

One of Trump’s many failings in the personnel dept. in not cleaning-out the wretches in the CDC.

Lawrence Leach
2 months ago

Totally Agree with Senator Rand Paul!!

Hal
2 months ago

Faici has always left me feeling that he would call the fire department if someone lit a cigarette! And in the process get fame and fortune by blowing up the concern of the disease. Not that the Carona virus was bogus, But keeping it “hot” in the minds of politicians and the public helped bathe him in personal publicity and fame. IMO there have been other disease outbreaks in modern history that were much more potentially dangerous to the public (e.g. AIDS).

Dan W.
2 months ago
Reply to  Hal

Interesting that you cite AIDS which has killed around 40 million since its inception.

Fighting AIDS was one of Fauci’s first high profile campaigns against a specific disease and it took him a while to get the country interested in that one.

Dave
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan W.

It took a while because AIDS was initially presented, as this new-fangled offshoot ‘primatepox’ is being looked upon currently, as a ‘gay disease’. It was only when they successfully were able to transfer it to the heterosexual community when it got traction.

The homosexuals were so anxious to have it get to the general population that there were some who wanted to get the late President Ronald Reagen infected somehow so that he would look like a man with loose morals and then the general population would get behind AIDS research.

Dan W.
2 months ago
Reply to  Dave

When AIDS got into the blood supply and began to spread through blood transfusions, that got a lot more people interested.

Dave
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan W.

They didn’t care how they did it, they just did what they felt they had to do…

As an aside, you struck a nerve with your post unintentionally…I had a classmate who beat Hodgkin’s Disease and became Valedictorian of our class (he earned it…he was a smart individual).

I called him when he was in the hospital as I had heard that he was down, and even though he and I didn’t run around in the same circles, I felt that I needed to ‘cheer him up’. He told me later how that phone call helped him plow through his depression – I don’t know what I said, but he said that it was ‘inspiring’.

He ended up dying a couple of years later because the blood they used to treat him had AIDS…I still miss him…

MichEng
2 months ago
Reply to  Dave

I’m sorry for your loss, but am so glad to hear you acted on the urge to call and encourage him! A jewel in your crown for that!

Stan d. Upnow
1 month ago
Reply to  Hal

..Or drug-resistant STD’s (syphilis can kill)

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