Conservative MP thinks Anthony Fauci should face “consequences” after admission he “made up” COVID policies

A Conservative MP slammed Anthony Fauci after he admitted that his COVID regulations were not backed by science, as he claimed throughout the pandemic.

“What consequences will he get for the lives he ruined?” Michelle Ferreri, the Conservative MP for Peterborough—Kawartha said on X.

“One National Institute of Health study called the mask use on students’ literacy and learning ‘very negative. Another NIH study found social distancing caused ‘depression, generalized anxiety, acute stress, and intrusive thoughts.’”

Her post responded to a Toronto Sun article, highlighting Fauci’s testimony and using studies to show the harmful effects of Fauci’s “made up” COVID policies.

Fauci was the face of the United States’ COVID response as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Despite the mantra used by him and many leaders around the world to “trust the science,” Fauci testified that he “was not aware of studies” supporting social distancing and said conducting those studies “would be very difficult.”

He said the six-feet-apart social distancing rule “sort of just appeared,” and he didn’t recall where it came from.

At the recommendation of Fauci, some U.S. states charged Americans for breaching the policy.  Some Canadians faced fines, too, based on the health recommendations touted during the pandemic as “the science.” 

When asked if Fauci recalled reviewing any studies or data supporting masking children, he said, “I might have, but I don’t recall specifically that I did.”

During the pandemic, the World Health Organization said children under five should not wear masks, but the U.S., under Fauci’s recommendations, and Canada masked children anyway.

He said that whether masking children was the right way to prevent transmission was “up in the air.”

Fauci said he had not followed any studies about the impacts of forcing children to wear masks and was “unconvinced” that children’s education was negatively impacted during the pandemic.

Researchers at McMaster University in Canada discovered that school closures were unnecessary.

According to a U.S. government study, in some cases, the pandemic set students in Kindergarten to Grade 12 schools back by a year and a half in learning. Post-secondary institutions also saw a decline in enrolment. 

One user on X thinks now is a good time for Canadians to examine their government’s response to COVID-19.

“Dr. Theresa Tam deserves the same kind of grilling that Dr. Fauci is receiving today,” he said. “Why has she never faced any scrutiny for her destructive COVID response policies?”

Another user wrote, “Hands up if you want Theresa Tam to sit in a setting like this and answer for her unscientific decisions that caused countless harms against Canadians.”

Canada prescribed a similarly heavy-handed response as the U.S., though studies have since shown the policy’s adverse effects and a lack of evidence showing their benefits.

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