Dr. Fauci may have set a new record when he used these three words 174 times

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The government’s response to COVID-19 disrupted lives all over the world, and people want answers as to why.

While the media was pushing “trusted experts” like Anthony Fauci to give everyone advice, many were wondering if they were up to the task.

Now in important sworn testimony, Anthony Fauci used these three words 174 times and made everyone question his competence.

Fauci said, “I don’t recall” almost 200 times

Dr. Anthony Fauci is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), and the chief medical advisor to the President.

But that role doesn’t seem to mean much, especially after a nearly 400-page deposition was just released.

The deposition comes after a lawsuit filed by two state attorneys general in May sought to find out if there was any type of collusion between Fauci, other members of the Biden administration, and large social media companies.

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt helped lead the investigation along with Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry.

According to the deposition, Fauci said the phrase “I don’t recall” a total of 174 times whenever he was asked about important information like emails he sent, interviews he gave, and other crucial things regarding the pandemic.

The phrase was uttered hundreds of times during just the first day of the interview conducted by the House Coronavirus Select Subcommittee.

Fauci was asked for his thoughts on whether people should be allowed to post their opinions about the Coronavirus on social media.

In a news release, Schmitt said, “Missouri and Louisiana are leading the way in exposing how the federal government and the Biden Administration worked with social media to censor speech. In our deposition with Dr. Fauci, it became clear that when Dr. Fauci speaks, social media censors. I encourage everyone to read the deposition transcript and see exactly how Dr. Fauci operates, and exactly how the COVID tyranny that ruined lives and destroyed businesses was born.”

According to Fauci, the First Amendment issues associated with the virus are “not my lane or my area of expertise.”

He said, “As a physician and a scientist and a public health person, I’m very sensitive to the fact that disinformation, including some of the disinformation that we discussed that, for example, has people avoid lifesaving interventions, is dangerous to health.”

Major failures in the system

Not only did Dr. Fauci claim he “did not recall” several key points in the deposition, but he also “uncovered drastic and systemic failures in America’s public health systems,” said Chairman Brad Wenstrup (R-OH).

“While leading the nation’s COVID-19 response and influencing public narratives, he simultaneously had no idea what was happening under his own jurisdiction at NIAID,” Wenstrup continued.

Wenstrup also commented that it was “concerning that the face of our nation’s response to the world’s worst public health crisis ‘does not recall’ key details about COVID-19 origins and pandemic-era policies.”

Fauci is currently scheduled to meet with the subcommittee again for another 14 hours of testimony, so expect more transcripts to be released shortly.

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.