Did Fauci Interfere In The 2020 Election? Special Counsel Says It’s A ‘Close Call’

Did Fauci Interfere In The 2020 Election? Special Counsel Says It’s A ‘Close Call’


The Office of Special Counsel (OSC) exonerated National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Dr. Anthony Fauci earlier this month in a “close call” case of a Hatch Act violation.

In June, the government transparency non-profit Protect the Public’s Trust filed a complaint against Fauci over an October 2020 interview with the Washington Post. Published days before the election, the White House medical adviser branded then-candidate Joe Biden as taking the novel Wuhan coronavirus more seriously.

In the article, headlined “A whole lot of hurt: Fauci warns of COVID-19 surge, offers blunt assessment of Trump’s response,” Fauci told the Post, “you could not possibly be positioned more poorly” to confront the pandemic and emphasized the United States needed an “abrupt change.”

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