Candace Owens says Fauci should be 'tried and put into federal prison' as doc releases book on Covid pandemic

CANDACE Owens has called for Anthony Fauci to be "tried and put into federal prison" ahead of the top doc's book release.

Owens blasted Fauci before his pandemic playbook is published in November after leaked emails showed he was told Covid-19 may have been engineered at the start of the pandemic, but publicly downplayed it.

"Firing Fauci does not go far enough," Owens raged. "Anthony Fauci needs to be tried and put into federal prison.

"He ruined millions of lives via depression, bankruptcy, suicide, & preyed on children via school. He (and many others) have taken part in the crime of the century. We all knew it."

Her comments come after releasing a book detailing the "truth" and "service" of tackling the coronavirus during the past year – and is even set to get a documentary out of his efforts.

"Expect the Unexpected: Ten Lessons on Truth, Service, and the Way Forward" will reportedly sell for $18 on Barnes & Noble and address his decades of service in government and how it shaped his Covid response.

But after more than 3,000 pages of Fauci's emails were obtained through the Freedom of Information Act and published on Tuesday by Buzzfeed, it appears his book was scrubbed from Amazon's site.

Correspondance revealed how Fauci dismissed an email warning about China's Covid "cover-up" at the start of the pandemic because it was "too long" for him to read.

Emails show how Fauci, 80, was sent a lengthy message by physicist Erik Nilsen about his "suspicions" over China's true Covid death toll and warned of a "tsunami" of infections in the US.

The email from Nilsen to Fauci on March 18, 2020, stated: "I'm convinced you already know the outbreak is way past the point of containment, and, unfortunately, herd immunity will soon ensue."

"I'm writing to make sure you already know or at least suspect
everything I'm about to tell you," Nilsen, the boss of Texas-based Bio-Signal Technologies, wrote.

In his email, Nilsen claimed China stopped counting Covid fatalities as early as January last year, "fabricated data," "misled the world," and "stopped counting dead Covid-19 infected bodies since January 7, 2020."

"My suspicions were eventually confirmed by at least two of my sources in China," he added. "The data posted by China is not only garbage, it has misled the world into a false sense of security."

But Fauci, the longtime head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, apparently ignored the early warning message, writing it's "too long for me to read," in an email to his colleague Robert Eisinger.

On April 16, 2020, Fauci received an email from Dr Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, about the lab leak theory being discussed on Sean Hannity's Fox News show.

Collins sent an email with the subject, "conspiracy gains momentum," but the contents of the email were blacked out.

Fauci responded to that email, but whatever he said was also blacked out.

Two days later, Fauci received a message from Peter Daszak, president of the EcoHealth Alliance, thanking him for publicly disputing the likeliness of the Wuhan lab leak theory.

The EcoHealth Alliance used its grant from the NIH to study coronaviruses in Chinese bats and sent the Wuhan lab nearly $600,000 over the course of five years, beginning in 2014.

"From my perspective, your comments are brave, and coming from your trusted voice, will help dispel myths being spun around the virus's origins," Daszak's note continues.

Fauci replied, "Many thanks for your kind note," the next day.

The contents have led to renewed calls for Fauci to be fired from Republicans like Sen Rand Paul and Rep Marjorie Taylor Green, while Owens wants him behind bars.

After Covid-19 was declared a pandemic last year, Fauci publicly downplayed the possibility that the virus didn't develop naturally.

The doctor maintained that the most likely origin was a transmission from animal to human in a Chinese "wet market."

However, Fauci has changed his tune in recent weeks.

At an event last month Fauci said he was "not convinced" anymore that the virus evolved naturally.

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