Avis Has Nothing on Robert Kennedy Jr! The Actual Anthony Fauci Hits #2 on Amazon
Those of you of a certain age will remember a great ad campaign for Avis Car Rental in the 1970s that read, “We’re number 2, we try harder.” It was a slap on Hertz that took first place and an effective campaign that became a buzzword.
Yesterday Robert Kennedy Jr.’s book The Real Anthony Fauci hit number 2 on ALL Amazon. And nobody tries to protect children anymore. The book is likely to make multiple bestseller lists. And the average reader (not the astute AofA reader) will never know. Buy this book. Send it out to everyone you know. Everyone you love Anyone you wish you never had to see or talk to again.
Kennedy was on Tucker Carlson on Monday evening, and our dear Anne Dachel transcribed his appearance:
November 15, 2021, Fox News: Robert Kennedy Jr. Discusses New Book On Fauci, Vaccines, Bill Gates
Tucker Carlson: Why would you do such a thing?
You are known You could spend the rest of your life being celebrated by famous people.
There is absolutely no reason to put your finger in the eyes of the people who rule the country when you write a book like this, but you did it anyway.
Robert Kennedy Jr. What happened in this country over the last year is this bizarre imposition of totalitarian control, the deconstruction of the constitution, the increase in censorship, the suppression of religious freedom, property rights, the closure of a million businesses without fair compensation or due process. the abolition of jury trials guaranteed by the Sixth and Seventh Amendments for any vaccine company that offends you.
The rise of the track-and-trace surveillance state has worried both Democrats and Republicans, people who support vaccines, people who oppose them, seeing this and wondering what happened.
I felt in a unique position to interpret and explain to people what had happened.
I’ve worked as an environmental attorney for 40 years so I understand all of those mechanisms of business conquest, through regulators taking control of the assets, I mean the industries, taking control of the authorities that are supposed to regulate, and essentially they are in sock puppets transform.
I’ve been working on vaccine topics since 2005, and the kind of regulatory coverage you see in this area is steroids coverage because that agency – the FDA – gets 45 percent of their budget from vaccine companies.
Carlson: Does the FDA get 45 percent of its budget from vaccine companies?
Kennedy: Pharmaceutical company.
It’s like the EPA gets half of its budget from the coal companies.
If you can imagine.
I spent probably 20 percent of the hundreds of lawsuits I’ve filed as an environmental attorney against the EPA for lovely oil company permits. It’s very illegal.
And if you can imagine how much worse that coverage would be if half the EPA budget came from oil and coal companies.
That’s what you’re dealing with in the pharmaceutical sector.
In addition, CDC, another of HHS ‘sub-agencies, spends $ 4.9 billion of its $ 12 billion budget annually on vaccine purchase and distribution.
So it really is a vaccine company. It is not a regulator. That’s about 40 percent of his budget.
CDC has vaccine patents, so the vaccines it drives – 57 vaccine patents – it earns royalties.
NIH has thousands of patents, many for vaccines.
For example, Tony Fauci’s agency owns half of the Moderna patent and will make billions and billions of dollars selling the Moderna vaccine.
Four of Tony Fauci’s top employees also hold patent rights in Moderna.
Tony Fauci can assign patent rights to his preferred loyalists within his agency, and they can then keep $ 150,000 a year for a product to regulate for the rest of their lives
Tony Fauci owns patents on drugs he has developed.
The regulatory function has essentially been taken over by the commercial and commercial aspects of vaccine production and manufacture as well as vaccine uptake.
Within the HHS, you get promotions and raises, salary bonuses, etc. by contributing to the Crusade for Vaccine Admission.
You will not be promoted if you find problems with vaccines, and
as taxpayers, that’s what we pay these regulators for, but they don’t.