National Geographic Uses George Bush And Bill Gates To Prop Up Dr. Fauci

(FiveNation.com)- A new film by National Geographic reveals details about the life of controversial public health official Dr. Anthony Fauci and uses interviews with Microsoft founder Bill Gates and President George W. Bush to give him credibility at a time when Fauci is facing the most intense criticism and pressure to resign than ever.

This month, The Intercept revealed previously unseen documents obtained from a Freedom of Information Act request that showed how the United States government gave millions of dollars to an American health organization known as EcoHealth. The documents reveal that EcoHealth then directed more than $600,000 to the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China to perform bat coronavirus research.

The revelation shocked the world as it proved that Dr. Anthony Fauci could well have been purposely lying during Congressional hearings when he said that the National Institutes of Health had never funded bat coronavirus gain-of-function research in China.

Remember this?

National Geographic issued a statement about their new film in which they praised Fauci as one of the “most vital public servants” and claims that his work has “saved millions.”

If the information from The Intercept is accurate then it could also suggest he played a part in the deaths of millions.

Just saying.

The network described Fauci’s “signature blend of scientific acumen, candor and integrity,” and said that he became the “most unlikely icon” during the COVID pandemic.

And instead of covering the controversies, which are timely and important, the film just promotes Fauci as a positive figure. The trailer, which you can see below, shows Fauci’s wife, Christine Grady – who also works as the Bioethics Department Chief at the National Institutes of Health – complaining about the “hate” that people have for her husband.

At this point, not even interviews with Bill Gates and former presidents can help Dr. Fauci.

He has some serious questions to answer.