Louisiana AG Landry Reveals Full Dr. Fauci Deposition
We just got a really good look at exactly how the biggest COVID lawsuit to date is going. Which appears to not be going well for the Biden Administration, and big tech companies.
Earlier this year, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry and Missouri Republican Attorney General Eric Schmitt issued subpoenas to National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases leader Dr. Anthony Fauci, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, other Biden administration officials, along with five social media companies in their legal case over collusion to suppress free speech. It took a US District Judge to rule that these depositions could proceed, and now that Dr. Fauci's deposition has taken place, we get to see it.
This deposition took place in November, the day before Thanksgiving. It took hours to complete, and happened behind closed doors. But we're able to see what exactly was discussed, because Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry has published the 440+ pages online.
When Landry posted the transcript online, he made sure to point out that Dr. Fauci used the phrase "I don't recall" 174 times. You can read through all 446 pages for yourself, but here are some wide-ranging takes, from both progressives and conservatives, on the revelations inside the deposition...
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt said of the deposition:
“Missouri and Louisiana are leading the way in exposing how the federal government and the Biden Administration worked with social media to censor speech. In our deposition with Dr. Fauci, it became clear that when Dr. Fauci speaks, social media censors. I invite everyone to read the deposition transcript and see exactly how Dr. Fauci operates, and exactly how the COVID tyranny that ruined lives and destroyed businesses was born.”
Landry added that he feels Dr. Fauci's deposition solidified that the federal government colluded with social media companies to violate the first amendment.
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