No sooner had former NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins arrived at Guantanamo Bay than he began professing his innocence and blaming his ex-coworker Dr. Anthony Fauci—AKA Dr. Death—for perpetrating the Covid-19 fraud on the American public.
In a first “interview” with investigators from the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps and the Office of Military Commissions, a blubbering and sniveling Collins said, “It was never me. I was not in charge, only on paper. It was Tony—Dr. Fauci. He was the one in charge and I was forced to go along with what he said,” according to a partial transcript of the conversation reviewed by Real Raw News.
Who controlled the NIH’s Covid narrative is a hotly contested argument. Technically, Collins was Fauci’s boss, but it was Dr. Fauci who relished the limelight and appeared—and still does appear—daily on leftist media to promote unconstitutional mask and vaccine mandates.
A JAG source told RRN that Collins blurted, “I can’t believe this is actually happening,” in response to being charged with murder, fraud, and mass medical malpractice.
When told he’d soon answer to a military Tribunal, Collins kept insisting he’d done nothing wrong and demanded to speak with Joseph Biden.
JAG investigators then produced printed copies of lengthy email exchanges between Collins and Fauci. In them, the devious doctors plotted to maliciously discredit and malign credible scientists and physicians who questioned the need for lockdowns and mask and vaccine mandates. Their correspondence clearly showed that Collins was a willing participant in the Deep State’s plan to defame critics of its narrative. In one email Collins wrote, “We need to focus on scientists with credibility. We should destroy them, digging into their past and the past of their family and friends, look for anything we can find to impugn them,” to which Fauci responded, “That’s what we’re doing. Anyone questioning the necessity of mask and vaccine mandates will be cancelled, taken down, or marginalized to where no one will listen to them.”
Collins in another email wrote that “his people” were working with social media platforms Facebook and Twitter to purge videos and comment threads that disparaged vaccine efficacy.