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MUST WATCH: MTG Receives Applause After Telling Dr. Fauci He Must Be Sent To Prison

Dr. Fauci was ordered to speak on Monday before the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic.

One of the highlights of the hearing occurred when Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene grilled Fauci on his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

MTG stated, “You know what this committee should be doing? We should be recommending that you be prosecuted, that we write a criminal referral because you should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity.”

“You belong in prison, Dr. Fauci,” added Greene.

Many of Greene’s remarks resulted in attendees of teh hearing to applaud her.

Watch the moment MTG questioned Fauci here:

Here’s what Newsweek reported:

Republican Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene wasted no time on Monday in grilling Dr. Anthony Fauci as part of a congressional hearing seeking to examine COVID-era policies and the origin of the virus.

Her contentious questioning of the former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) drew the ire from her Democratic colleagues in the hearing and included Greene addressing Fauci as “Mr.” and saying “you’re not a doctor.”

The hearing was announced by the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic last month, reigniting a debate on how coronavirus should have been treated by the federal government and public officials as it pertains to school closures and mask wearing—and whether it’s vital to understand if the virus came from a Chinese lab in Wuhan or spread other ways.

Fauci, who agreed to attend the hearing on his volition, was the main scientific face for the federal government when the pandemic erupted in the U.S. in March 2020. He participated in daily hearings alongside then-President Donald Trump and resumed his role when President Joe Biden took office.

The Independent had these details to report:

Infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci is facing questions from the Select Committee on the Coronavirus Pandemic on Monday — marking his first Congressional testimony as a non-government official since stepping down in 2022.

Dr Fauci led the US’s response the Covid-19 pandemic, a role that earned him both praise and scrutiny alike. He is expected to face grilling from Congressional Republicans over the origins of the virus as well as transparency around government agency communications and records.

The former head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) is sitting for his first congressional testimony in almost two years.

The GOP-led subcommittee has requested access to Dr Fauci’s personal email and phone records after obtaining information, which, they say, calls into question whether he may have attempted to conceal some records.

Dr Fauci is appearing voluntarily on Monday. He has said that he has “nothing to hide.”


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