Sara Carter, on “The Sara Carter Show’ podcast Monday, called for Fauci to be investigated following “The Next Revolution” host Steve Hilton’s expose Sunday night exposing explosive information on the origins of the coronavirus and its connection to infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci.
According to Hilton, Fauci funded a study in 2014 that assessed the risk of new coronavirus emerging from wild animals, like bats. This study was in direct violation of the Obama administration ban of “gain-of-function” research.
The Obama administration banned “gain-of-function” studies after biosafety incidents occurred at federal research facilities.
“Why isn’t Fauci being investigated?” Carter questioned.
“What was Fauci’s responsibility in it? Why is he getting the most pay of anyone in the Biden administration?”
A new report released by Forbes this week revealed that Fauci is the highest paid employee in the U.S. federal government.
“The government and government officials can’t get away with these behaviors,” Carter said. “They’re just stomping on our rights. They’re not answering our questions, simple questions, while they’re asking us to give up our civil liberties, but yet they don’t want to answer anything. They don’t want to say a word to us. They don’t want to tell us what happened.”
“Dr. Fauci, you should be investigated, and you should be removed until a full investigation happens. Steve Hilton is 100% right on that and we need to find out what happened at that Wuhan laboratory.”
“We need answers. We need them now. And we need to understand what is going on,” Carter said.
“I know a lot of you out there feel like frustrated, you feel frustrated after the election, more important than ever, we have to be unified,” Carter reminded her listeners. “We have to get our grip, keep our government in check. We have to keep our government in check. It’s going to get far worse before it gets better.”
Border Patrol Council President concerned over ‘influx’ of military-aged Chinese men crossing the southern border
According to U.S. Customs and Border Patrol data Border Patrol agents detained over 30,000 Chinese individuals for illegally crossing the border from January to November 2023, sparking concern.
Just The News reports that National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd on Wednesday said the United States should be incredibly concerned by the influx of military-aged Chinese men coming across the southern border.
“Why are we seeing this influx?” Judd asked on the “Just the News, No Noise” TV show. “At best, they’re just coming here for a better life or for a better job. At worse, they’re coming here to be part of the Chinese government, and that’s what scares me an awful lot.”
“We know that the Chinese have huge gangs here in the United States, and they control certain parts of our country,” he later said. “They control the drug flow. They control the prostitution. They control everything that’s illegal in certain portions of the country. We have to look into that. It’s very important that we understand why we are having so many people from China, especially military-aged men, from China.”
“I don’t want to cause mass hysteria where United States citizens are violent towards people from China,” Judd said. “However, we have to … allow the intelligence community to do their job. We’ve got to let law enforcement do their job and look into these individuals.”
Many Chinese immigrants are leaving due to economic conditions in China and its strict lockdowns, Yahoo News reported.
“Again, at best, they’re here for a better life,” Judd said. “At worst, they’re here to be part of the Chinese government to infiltrate our own country.”
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