Fauci Admits Modeling Lockdowns and Mandates on Chinese Measures

Dr. Anthony Fauci has admitted that he modeled America’s draconian pandemic lockdowns and mask mandates on brutal measures enforced by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases NIAID and Democrat President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, sat for a deposition on Wednesday.

As part of a lawsuit against top Biden administration officials, Fauci was deposed at the National Institutes for Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry.

The attorneys general filed a lawsuit (Missouri v. Biden) against the Biden admin in May.

Joe Biden himself, Fauci, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and nearly a dozen federal agencies and secretaries were named in the lawsuit.

During questioning, Dr. Fauci admitted that he was inspired by the draconian measures taken by China’s brutal Communist regime during the Covid pandemic.

He revealed that he modeled America’s unprecedented economic lockdowns, masking, social distancing, and vaccine mandates on the CCP’s measures.

In February, Fauci sent his longtime cohort Clifford Lane to China to assess the situation.

Lane was enchanted with the Chinese measures and pushed the idea on Dr. Fauci.

However, Fauci did not question the information despite the Communist regime’s history of falsifying information.

From the deposition:

John Sauer: “And Mr. Lane, after returning from the trip, said the Chinese were managing this in a very structured, organized way; correct?… Did you discuss Mr. Lane’s experience on the trip with him when he got back from the WHO trip?”

Dr. Fauci: ” The answer is I did… Dr. Lane was very impressed about how from a clinical public health standpoint, the Chinese were handling the isolation, the contact tracing, the building of facilities to take care of people, and that’s what I believed he meant when he said were managing this in a very structured organized way.”

Sauer: “So he drew the conclusion that there might have to be extreme, in his word, measures to mandate social distancing to bring the outbreak under control; correct?”

Fauci: “That’s what this is implying, yes… He did discuss with me that the Chinese 19 had a very organized way of trying to contain the spread in Wuhan and elsewhere. He didn’t get a chance to go to Wuhan, but he was in Beijing, and I believe other cities — at least Beijing — and he mentioned that they had a very organized well regimented way of handling the outbreak.

Sauer: “And so he had a kind of positive reaction to that. There might be lessons to be learned for the United States in its response to the outbreak?”

Fauci: “I believe Dr. Lane came to the conclusion that when you have a widespread respiratory disease that a very common and effective way to curtail the rapid spread of the disease is by implementing social distancing measures… Dr. Lane is a very astute clinician, and I have every reason to believe that his evaluation of the situation was accurate and correct.”

One of the plaintiffs in the case, Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, MD, posted a long thread on Twitter on this Fauci admission.

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Fauci’s measures saw Americans stripped of their constitutional rights.

And now he has admitted during testimony that he based the measures on highly suspect results by the Chinese Communist Party.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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