GOP Vow To Launch Criminal Investigation Into Fauci After Midterms

Dr. Anthony Fauci’s attempts to distance himself from Covid-19 won’t stop Republicans from criminally investigating his ties to the virus’s lab-leak origins and his illegal mishandling of the crisis, several GOP members declared on Monday.

Sen. Rand Paul issued a terse warning regarding Dr. Fauci’s imminent resignation, saying the NIAID director will still be asked to testify before Congress.

“Fauci’s resignation will not prevent a full-throated investigation into the origins of the pandemic,” Paul commented Monday in response to news Fauci would leave his post of nearly 40 years in December.

“He will be asked to testify under oath regarding any discussions he participated in concerning the lab leak.” reports: Paul has frequently engaged in tense arguments on the House floor with Fauci over the NIAID director’s failed Covid-19 policies and BS recommendations.

As reported by Becker News, Sen. Paul back in December appeared on his father Ron Paul’s Liberty Report program and broke down his criticism of Fauci.

Fellow Kentucky GOP Rep. James Comer additionally blasted Fauci’s ties with Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance and other suspect entities, saying those relationships will definitely come under close scrutiny.

“We need to know if Dr. Fauci concealed anything from government officials in order to shield the NIH’s cozy relationship with EcoHealth Alliance,” Comer tweeted Monday. “EcoHealth awarded taxpayer funds to the Wuhan lab to conduct risky research on bat coronaviruses.”

“Retirement can’t shield Dr. Fauci from congressional oversight,” Rep. Comer wrote in another tweet.

Moreover, House GOP Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy slammed Fauci’s poor guidance recommending the closures of schools and businesses, and predicted a GOP majority in the House after the midterms would “hold him accountable.”

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