(RoyalPatriot.com )- Following the release of thousands of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s emails courtesy of a Freedom of Information Act request, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has seen his new cash-grab book pulled from the shelves of Barnes & Noble and Amazon.
Usually it’s conservatives who see their books pulled from sale over some manufactured scandal, although this time, it’s not a conservative and the scandal isn’t manufactured…it’s real.
The new book, which is only 80 pages long, was already available for pre-sale on Tuesday this week, but was pulled from the shelves on Wednesday following increasing pressure on the public health official to answer for his hypocrisy on mask-wearing – among other things.
Thousands of emails obtained by The Washington Post and BuzzFeed News show Dr. Fauci advising people against wearing masks, insisting that they simply do not work and arguing that they are really only suitable for sick people to wear.
Interestingly, however, Fauci’s publisher is offering him some cover…at least for now. National Geographic told the press that the book had been removed from presale because it was “prematurely posted.” It just so happened to coincide with a growing public backlash and scandal about Fauci’s honesty and his alleged involvement in research that may have made the COVID-19 pandemic possible.
National Geographic Books was set to publish the book in tandem with an upcoming film about Dr. Fauci on the National Geographic channel. A statement from the publisher also announced that Fauci will “not earn any royalties” – a convenient revelation given that some of the public backlash has squared in on Fauci profiting from the pandemic.
Dr. Fauci has repeatedly denied that he has supported Gain of Function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, telling Senator Rand Paul during a recent hearing that he was “wrong” to make the accusation. However, it has since been revealed that the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases gave $600,000 in funding to an organization named “EcoHealth” which in turn provided funding to the Wuhan lab.