Laura Ingraham


Over the last couple of years, one name has been heard over and over again in regards to the coronavirus pandemic. Enter Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Before the spring of 2020, most of us had probably never heard of him before. But now, his name is so well known that it has even been made into other parts of speech, such as a verb and a noun.

For many, this climb to the top and the apparent trust the White House has put in his so-called expertise is admirable. It would seem to signify that he indeed knows what he’s talking about and has the medical backing to prove it.

However, for a growing number in the medical community itself, that is far from the truth.

Take Dr. Robert Malone, for example.

Malone is also fairly well known in his field, as he is one of the foremost experts on vaccine research and development in the nation. In fact, Malone helped to create and invent the mRNA vaccines in 2020.

But according to Malone, Fauci isn’t all that he’s cracked up to be. And neither is he all that trustworthy.

Recently Malone appeared on Fox News to speak with Laura Ingraham, where COVID and the guidelines as proposed by Fauci were discussed. And it was here that Malone painted Fauci as something quite different than the sincere and caring doctor out to make America safer.

Malone said, “Tony has no integrity, I mean, he lies all the time.” And this is not something new Malone has noticed. According to the vaccine expert, he and his “peers” have been watching Fauci get away with his constant lying for decades now.

“We just shrug our shoulders and shake our heads and say, ‘It’s Fauci.’”

To help us understand, Malone gave an example: masks and the insistence by Fauci that they are needed and effective against all strains of COVID, including the more recently discovered omicron variant.

On a recent appearance on CNN, Fauci was asked if the cloth and surgical masks, in particular, were effective against omicron. Fauci said they were, despite a growing number of experts saying that had little to no effect.

Malone told Ingraham that that was a lie. Masks have never been all that effective against COVID, no matter the strand. But for Fauci to admit as much would be to acknowledge that he was wrong way back when and also require a change to the narrative that he has pushed for several years now.

Of course, Malone is not surprised by Fauci’s lies in the least anymore. Again, he said, “I mean, it’s Tony.”

Naturally, Fauci and his ilk don’t exactly like being called out. And so they are doing pretty much everything they can to silence Malone and anyone else who has the audacity to contradict their narrative.

In fact, just last week, Malone’s Twitter account was suspended. And just days later, Malone told podcaster Joe Rogan that his medical license was being threatened in the state of Maryland. Also, since then, that episode of the podcast with Rogan has been removed from YouTube.

Unlike Fauci, Malone speaks clearly and plainly, using easy-to-understand terminology, and is very careful as to what exactly he says. In addition, he uses scientific evidence to back up his claims and rarely speculates without having mountains of statistical data included.

On the other hand, Fauci just says what he wants to go along with the continued narrative that the political left has this all under control. Masks and vaccines are necessary. Lockdowns are good. And anyone who says differently isn’t worth listening to.

You know, people like Malone.

But as more like Malone continue to stand up and speak the truth, it’s starting to become a lot hard to trust the not-so-trustworthy Dr. Fauci. Then again, with the near-constant flip-flopping of guidelines and procedures, Fauci is doing a pretty good job of making that known all on his own.

So much for Fauci being the most trusted man in America, huh?