Is Tony Fauci one of the most institutionally corrupt individuals of our time? That's what today's guest, Ken McCarthy, says.
Ken McCarthy, an early Internet commercialization pioneer who specializes in seeing what's hidden in plain sight. He tracks what he calls the CoVid Con and other atrocities at Brasscheck.com/video
Excerpts from the interview:
"The two great experts on Tony Fauci, unfortunately, are deceased. One guy that could get into the science was Nobel Prize winner Kary Mullis. And he was very outspoken about Falchi as a fraudulent scientist. And then there was a great gay rights activist journalist named Terry Michael who who could really get into the mechanics of Tony's various con jobs. Unfortunately, they're passed away. So I'm standing on the shoulders of giants. But I'm also just reading the newspaper.
"One of Tony Fauci's jobs is bioweapons. He has a whole division in his little unit there at NIH that's called biodefense. A lovely euphemism! And when we had the potential smallpox attack—around 9/11, there was a fear that the bad guys were going to hit us with smallpox—he was charged with coming up with a smallpox vaccine and deploying it.
" And so he is a biowarfare guy. It's one of the reasons he's been he's been protected for so long.
"Let's let's get to some just plain vanilla stuff that I'm surprised the media doesn't talk about when it comes to Tony Fauci. The first one may not be a big secret because it comes up a lot, but it merits meditation upon. And that is that this guy has had the same federal job for thirty six years. It'll be 37 years this year he's had the same job in the federal bureaucracy. That is unusual. That means you've had to survive many different presidents, many different parties, many different regimes, many different social changes of see. And yet he's always there. Now, I only know one other guy that pulled that off in American history: J. Edgar Hoover.
"We're talking deep state. Foushee survives because he does what the deep state wants him to do. He's also a superb politician. And that's very important. He's got an M.D. degree. But the idea he's a physician is a joke. The idea that he's a scientist is a joke. And I wish Kary Mullis hadn't passed away last summer because he could really be talking to this. Fauci is not a scientist. What he is is a is a just a world class bureaucrat. And that's why he has survived for 36 years. That and the fact that he does what deep state people would like him to do.
"Now, here's a little trivia question. And you would think in our money mad culture, this would have come out. There are two million people getting a paycheck from the federal government as employees. Who do you think the third highest paid employee in the entire federal bureaucracy is? It's Tony Fauci. Now, how do you bury that? That's just a factoid you'd think somebody would come out with. Of two million people, he's not in the top one percent of the one percent. (He's in the .00015 percent!)
"He also has another little side gig, which is he is allowed and does quite frequently receive honorariums for speaking, for making appearances. He gets all kinds of awards. And it all goes to, you know, Tony Fouche, his hip pocket bank. There's no law against him receiving honorariums even when the group giving him money is a group that's funded by him. So, for instance, the Albany Medical Center gave him half a million dollars for 'science innovation.' Now, it just happens that Albany Medical Center lives on on any NIH grants.
"Here's another one that's very important, which is AIDS. And we could do several shows on AIDS, but we'll just stick to the plain vanilla facts. Over half a trillion, over five hundred billion dollars, has been spent on AIDS research since 1981. It dwarfs all other illnesses per capita. It's not even close. And the guy that's been in control of that—and this may be why he kept the job and didn't try something else—has pretty much been Tony Fauci. And this gives him tremendous power. In the medical research world and the scientific research world, it's not like you have an infinite number of potential markets. There are only a few sources of money. One of them is the NIH. It's a hugely important source. And this has been the source of Tony Fauci's personal power, which is extreme. So if you're a medical researcher or a bio-researcher and you want to have a career, you want to put food on your table for 40 years in a row, you better not make this mad man mad, or write about or talk about or publish anything that's not part of his agenda, or your career is over.
"The great esteemed virologist Peter Duesberg of UC Berkeley, who is one of the great scientists of our age, was literally hounded (out of his career). He had his tenure. He was highly regarded all over the world. But he still needed funding and Fauci made sure that Duisburg got no funding as soon as Duesberg was questioning the HIV causes AIDS formula.
"Basically, anybody that wants to have a career knows—it's very clear—you don't cross Tony Fauci or you don't have a career any more. So that's all the science researchers and medical researchers in the United States and the world. Universities, same thing. They are entirely dependent on grants for research. So they're not going to be happy if one of their professors stands up and starts questioning the science of anything Tony Fauci says. So he's got all the universities in his pocket.
"And then if you're an aspiring bureaucrat and you want to be a health commissioner of a state—which, by the way, is one of the best paid jobs in state government. It's very, very common for the state health commissioner to be getting three hundred thousand dollars or more per annum. And interestingly enough, a lot of these guys really have no public health degrees. The guy that's running New York's public health right now is a member of Council of Foreign Relations. He's an anesthesiologist specializing in pediatric cardiology. But he has absolutely no training in epidemiology, and yet he's the person making all the decisions for New York State. And these decisions he's making are quite catastrophic. So if you want a job like that without having proper qualifications, it's good to have Tony Fauci vouching for you.
"So speaking of New York State and speaking of the Cuomos, this is something that came and went really fast. But Chris Cuomo apparently had COVID. And there was a little thing on CNN and it it came up and then it disappeared really fast. But I recorded it. It was Chris Cuomo praising and thanking Fauci for calling him every single day of the week personally. Think about that. We've got a newscaster on CNN getting personal calls from Tony Fauci. Now, who's his brother? Andrew Cuomo.
"One of the things that Fauci said—this is on tape, thankfully—"I've known you guys since you were kids." And that's true. Mario Cuomo and Tony Fauci know each other very well. We've talked about researchers loving Tony Fauci's money. Well, government officials love AIDS money. There's a lot of it. It's distributed very liberally. And New York State got a whole bunch of it. And I'm sure it's still getting a whole bunch of it.
"Let's talk about Tony Fauci, the the fantastic propagandist. Tony Fauci would give Dr. Goebbels a run for his money. Well, Tony Fauci's accomplished something not too dissimilar. So one thing that a an investigative journalist could do, if they would get the doughnut out of their mouth and actually do some work—and none of them do—is just to look at the enormous size of the bureaucracy that is Tony Fouche, his personal domain. He has eight separate divisions that he's running. One of them, of course, is biodefense, which I mentioned earlier. Now, here's where it gets important. Each one of these divisions has its own communications director. And the office of the director, which is Tony Fauci, has a communications director and an and a deputy director. So that that is ten, count them, ten full time guys whose only job is to spout the Tony Fauci party line.
"And that's just the directors. I don't know how many staff people there are. That's hidden. You know, that's not easy to find out. But the directors they do disclose. But let's say it's just 10 guys, 40 hours a week. That means he has four hundred hours a week every week, 52 weeks a year to tell the Tony Fauci story.
"Who's on the other side of that? Who is countering Tony Fauci's story?" (Kevin Barrett: "Truth Jihad Radio!") "Right. It's amazing. So we've got 400 hours a week from guys whose whole bread and butter is to promote and defend this guy. And then we have us, the ragtag irregulars, fighting a guerrilla action. You know who's going to win? Now it gets even worse because he's been at this for 36 years. So he's got a Rolodex. So if you or I pick up the phone and want to talk to Chris Cuomo or to anybody in the news media, they're not even gonna pick up the phone, let alone return our call. Everybody's going to return Tony's call. So not only does he have the manpower to just pump out propaganda nonstop, he also has, you know, a thick Rolodex of people that are ready, willing and able to talk to him within the journalism world.
"You occasionally have a science and medical writer that will that will go up against Fauci. Believe it or not, the former Times of London guy when AIDS was on the ascendancy did some looking into the whole AIDS story, found it suspect scientifically, and started to speak out about it. Well, he's not employed any more.
"So Fauci has a lot of control over who's going to be the the medical and science correspondent of various newspapers and magazines. But it's even worse than that because 95% of the people reporting on the COVID story are liberal arts grads. They studied Russian literature or English composition or whatever. They have absolutely no science training whatsoever, which means they're very easy to snow.
"I was in Princeton University's undergraduate neuroscience program in the late 70s before it was co-opted by the pharma industry. And I did not get my degree in that after all. But I was in the program. I'm not a super scientist, but I do know my way around chemistry and biology and anatomy and physiology. And I'm not easily bullshitted. However, most of the people that are writing these stories are super easily bullshitted, and that is a real big, serious problem.
"Now, the other problem related to this is an infrastructure problem. If you turn on the evening news, you're going to see 50 to 70 percent of the ads are pharmaceutical products. Several network news programs are actually stamped and underwritten by pharmaceutical companies. So you don't have to be a conspiracy theorist to realize that if somebody's showing up at a TV news outlet's door every week with a wheelbarrow full of money consistently...
By the way, you know, some industries run hot and cold in their advertising. They're going to advertise a lot at Christmas, but not a lot in August. But the pharma guys just show up every week. And I'm going to guess they don't negotiate too hard on the rate card. They're probably paying the full rate. So people think, "oh, well, you know, they're trying to get us to buy these drugs. They're trying to get us to to pester our doctors into prescribing these various drugs." And I'm sure that's part of it.
"But another huge part of it is—remember Archer Daniels Midland?" (Kevin Barrett: "How could we forget? Their name gets repeated all the time on PBS and places like that.") "Yeah. And why? That's payment to make sure that we never look at corn syrup and the fact that it's barely corn and hardly syrup. It's basically a toxic brew that creates diabetes.
"That's an interesting side story. But it but it's illustrative of what we're talking about tonight. My professor at at Princeton was a guy named Bart Hubbell. He mapped the dopamine pathway in the human brain. This guy is significant neuroscientist. He started doing research in the early 2000s on the impact of corn syrup on the brains of rats. And he discovered neurological damage. And would you believe that a 'grassroots group,' like 'corn syrup for the masses' or something, started a massive letter writing saying 'save our corn syrup.' I mean, it was just ludicrous. But the pressure was so extreme and Princeton was so craven that they basically told Professor Hubble to back off. And he did. So that's science in America today. And Tony Foushee is one of the main henchmen in controlling science to the negative.
"Medical science is really fascinating. They're good at inventing diseases. You've probably heard of restless leg syndrome,which which has a pharmaceutical cure, you'll be happy to know. We won't get into the AIDS thing. But there are people who have catastrophic collapses of their immune systems. There's absolutely no doubt about that. It is a horrible thing to have happen? But AIDS as we know it through the media lens is a manufactured situation. And that's Tony Fauci's political base and money pump. Half a trillion in research money. And interestingly enough—and we've got the video of this, you can look it up—in 1984, when he got his job from the Reagan administration with the help of George Bush, Fauci promised an AIDS vaccine, in 1984! It was just around the corner! It's 2020. We don't have an AIDS vaccine, but we have spent half a trillion dollars.
AZT was a chemotherapy that was developed to treat a kind of cancer. And it was determined to be too dangerous for human use. But Fauci and friends, thanks to the hysteria they helped build around AIDS, got it reclassified. And it was given to millions of people. There are researchers that believe somewhere between 200,000 and 500000 people died of AZT consumption because AZT is a mutagen. It's a carcinogen. And it actually destroys the immune system, which is—and this is not subject to debate—that was on the warning label.
"So fast forward to the present. He's doing the same thing with COVID. It is such a disaster, it's such a travesty, it's such a catastrophe, it's such an emergency that we're gonna throw out all the normal safeguards for developing vaccines. My understanding is one of the things they've thrown out is animal testing has straight to people, including children.
"And the Zika virus: There were some birth defect cases in Brazil. Tragic, obviously. And what nobody points out was they were all rural people living amongst these horrific soybean plantations where they were spraying glyphosate without limit. And so they were most likely pesticide poisoning. But they decided that it was the Zika virus, and the Zika virus was coming to America. And I have a little clip where Fauci's talking about how he met with the Joint Chiefs of Staff to create a plan to help protect the United States, tp repel Zika from coming to its shores. They're called virus hunters, these guys, among amongst among scientists that that follow these things.. And they're tall tale tellers and everything works out so that it turns out to be a fantastic money pump for Pharma and IHSS.
"And the (COVID) playbook: You have to look at where this outbreak took place. Well, on no one clearly has. You know, that weapons grade bio lab. No question about it. But the thing that people seem to forget or ignore or didn't know or whatever about Wuhan is it is the most polluted city on earth. I mean, it's an absolute hellhole. People were wearing masks every day on their way to work in Wuhan. So that combined with some kind of viral problem and a less than ideal medical system could result in a lot of chaos in the hospitals. And chaos in hospitals, overwhelmed hospitals translates into a lot of unnecessary deaths.
"Same problem in Northern Italy. People may not be aware of it, with Venice and all these beautiful places, that it's the industrial belt of Italy, with very polluted air. And it is the oldest demographic in Europe. So you have a lot of old people, really bad air quality, and they have a problem with the flu every year. Now, this was an unusually big one, but they get overwhelmed every year.
"Now, let's go to New York City. This is really important. And I'll do this really fast. Cuomo put out a do-not-resuscitate order, a blanket do-not-resuscitate order, in March. And he kept it running, I think, till about mid-April. That means normal medical care was suspended. If somebody was out, you don't do anything to bring them back. That might have contributed to some people that could have survived dying.
"Cuomo also ordered nursing homes to take actively contagious patients. That went on for two months before he rescinded that one. But the big one was the ventilators. And this is something, again, you don't have to be an investigative scientist to know. You just have to ask a few questions. The whole process of intubating somebody is a big deal. They're on eight to 12 major drugs. And we're not talking about taking a pill. We're talking about, they wire you. You've got drips of fentanyl to kill the pain of having this thing shoved down your neck. They've got things that are paralytics which keep you from moving. Very, very, very powerful drugs. Do you think you get up and have lunch when you're on a vent? No, you're fed from a tube. And then you've got these ventilators pumping these people's lungs at the wrong setting, which apparently happened quite a bit. That one nurse who's a former army nurse, she said that she worked in two hospitals, one in Florida, and they didn't have a single (COVID) death.
"And she'd worked in two different hospital settings and she had been a combat nurse and she knows her way around. And she said, absolutely, positively, no doubt about it, they were putting people on those vents who were having just garden variety panic attacks—no COVID at all—in the public hospitals. She talked about one guy, 37 years old, who came in. She said he did not have respiratory distress. He was having a panic attack. And when she wasn't looking, one of the residents talked him into getting on a vent.
"All this, the pushing of the vents, the do not resuscitate, the ordering of contagious patients to be put in with with healthy patients in the nursing homes—all this came out of Andrew Cuomo'ss office. And we've got to look at the fact that Andrew Cuomo and Fauci are close. (Kevin Barrett: "It's almost as if they wanted to maximize the problem.") Well, you know, you would think that. And these these catastrophes happen in public hospitals. And I have an experience of visiting somebody in a public NYC hospital once. And they are absolute hellholes. They're like the black hole of Calcutta. I mean, they're horrible. So I can imagine anything going on in those things. There are people without resources. And then, of course, we have the added thing, which is people couldn't be there with with their advocates, with their families, with their friends. You went in and you were there alone. And God knows what would happen to you.
"So just to sum all this up: This is not Fauci's first rodeo. He's been pumping hysteria for 36 years. He always gets it wrong. He was wrong about swine flu. He was wrong about bird flu. He was wrong about Zika. He was wrong about Ebola. He wildly exaggerated AIDS. And he always is wrong in the favor of pharmaceutical companies. And he's always wrong in favor of 'we've got to develop a vaccine now. We have to throw all the rules.'
"And his wife is Christine Grady, chief of the Department of Bioethics of the National Institute of Health and the head of the section on Human Subject Research. She is the person that makes decisions on what's ethical and to do with human subjects. That's his wife. They've been married since 1986. How did the news media miss that? She's author of a book called The Search for an AIDS Vaccine. Somewhere in the book, she says, ' it's the vaccines that saved humanity. You know, they're the greatest invention in the entire history of modern medicine.' Now, I think, you know, good nutrition and and and proper sanitation were the greatest inventions of modern medicine.\
"Again, you don't have to be like, you know, a great investigative reporter to just say, who's he married to? And get the name and then see what does she do for a living. And she's the person that makes the ethics calls for drug and vaccine development at the NIH.
So the main thing I want to leave people with is he's been doing this for 36 years. He controls an enormous infrastructure of propaganda and research money and media control and political control within the science and medical world. And he always errs on the side of hysteria. And he always errs on the side of things that are gold rushes for pharma. That's Tony Fauci."