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A small but vocal group of Nicki Minaj supporters protested outside the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta on Wednesday.

According to Yahoo! News, the group was comprised of members of the anti-vaccine Black Hammer organization.

The protesters shouted "Nicki told the truth!" and "Fauci lied to me!" - referring to Dr. Anthony Fauci, Covid-19 adviser to Pres. Joe Biden.

The demonstrators also chanted "down with the CDC, Fauci lies to me."

A man in a black mask holding a megaphone said, "Nicki Minaj said I'm not going to take your vaccine."

The activists approached cars leaving the CDC headquarters on the city's northeast side.

Nicki sparked controversy earlier this week when she tweeted her reason for skipping this year's Met Gala.

The "Anaconda" rapper told her 22.6 million followers she was unvaccinated and preferred to do her own research before getting the vaccine.

She also claimed a friend of her cousin in her native Trinidad experienced impotency and swollen testicles after getting the shots.

Health ministers in Trinidad held an urgent press conference to deny the claim.

The ministers told the BBC "there is absolutely no reported side effect or adverse event of testicular swelling in Trinidad."

Watch the video below.

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The Centers for Disease Control quietly changed the definition of "vaccination" earlier this month. Congressman Thomas Massie tweeted the change last week.

Here is the old definition of "vaccination" from the CDC's website (2012):

"Vaccination: Injection of a killed or weakened infectious organism in order to prevent the disease."

In August 2021, the CDC updated the definition of "vaccination" to align with the new mRNA spike protein vaccine program:

"Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease."

However, the word "immunity" was problematic because studies out of Israel show that God-given natural immunity provides 27 times more protection than mRNA vaccines.

The CDC removed the word "immunity" and replaced it with "protection", since immunity conferred by mRNA "vaccines" fades in 3-6 months.

Here is the new definition of "vaccination" from CDC.gov (updated on Sept. 1):

Vaccination: The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease.

Twitter users accused the CDC of moving the goalposts yet again.

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Expect Dr. Anthony Fauci and CNN to downplay and minimize natural immunity as trivial since mRNA spike protein shots provide better "protection."

Dr. Fauci couldn't answer a basic question about immunity when CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta went off-script last week. See video below.
 

 

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Candace Owens is among millions of Americans who don't trust Dr. Anthony Fauci after he admitted funding coronavirus research in Wuhan, China.

The conservative author says she "trusts her gut" more than she does the White House's infectious disease expert, Eurweb.com reports.

"I still have not received the COVID-19 vaccine and have not demanded that any of my employees get it either," Owens wrote in a Facebook post Sunday.

"I am proud that I committed myself to standing firm against the bribery, media propaganda, coercion, celebrity-peer pressure campaign, plus censorship. I made a personal decision for me and my family.

"It is isn't easy to swim against such a polluted current but here I am. I trust my gut much more than trust Dr. Fauci. May we all do what we feel in our hearts is right, unabashedly."

Meanwhile, Fauci said "everyone" will eventually need a third mRNA vaccine "booster" shot because the first two shots will decrease in efficacy.

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"Things are going to get worse," Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told ABC co-anchor Jonathan Karl on "This Week."

Fauci reluctantly admitted the country is close to herd immunity and there won't be any more lockdowns.

"I don't think we're gonna see lockdowns. I think we have enough of the percentage of people in the country — not enough to crush the outbreak — but I believe enough to not allow us to get into the situation we were in last winter."

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Gayle King plans to "ban" unvaccinated relatives from celebrating Thanksgiving with her this year.

Looking nervous and exhausted, the 66-year-old news anchor said people who refuse to take coronavirus mRNA injections are a "problem" and she's taking drastic action with her own unvaccinated family members.

Speaking to Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to the White House, on CBS This Morning, she said:

"I don't know how many more times you can say to people, 'Listen, it will save your life.' I have this problem with some members of my own family, which I'm now going to ban for Thanksgiving vacation. That's how strongly I'm taking what you're saying."

King previously said receiving the vaccine made her feel free because she'd spent the last year "so afraid" to leave the house.

She said:

"I was so afraid to leave the house. We were broadcasting from here, so I'd literally go from my bedroom to the TV room to the kitchen to the bedroom to the TV room. For excitement I'd go stand in the living room and wave at the birds! 'Hi, birds! Hi!' I was so afraid. But now I am vaccinated. It is my superpower. I am vaccinated. ... I'm taking little baby steps (back into the world).... Here's the thing: I'm tired of being scared. Honestly. I've been so afraid, hunkered down here at home. I'm tired of being scared."

 

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Dr. Anthony Fauci's upcoming book was scrubbed from Amazon and Barnes & Noble after leaked emails prove he profited from the coronavirus pandemic.

Fauci's book, "Expect the Unexpected," was scheduled for released in November. But as of Wednesday morning, the book was scrubbed from Amazon and Barnes & Noble bookstore.

The White House is reportedly considering firing Fauci after 3,000 pages of leaked emails show Fauci was aware that the coronavirus was "released" from a Wuhan, China, laboratory in late 2019.

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Fauci is the director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and the chief medical advisor to the White House.

According to Jack Prosobiec, the "White House staff are actively discussing an exit strategy for Dr Anthony Fauci following the release of his emails yesterday, per WH official."

Breitbart's Political Editor Matt Boyle told America First with Sebastian Gorka that he wouldn't be surprised if the Democrats "sacrificed" Fauci to save their credibility.

Last month, defended allocating $600,000 to the Wuhan lab for gain-of-function research to increase the human infection rate of the coronavirus.

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Among the highlights of the leaked emails:

Dr. Fauci received an email in late February 2020 alerting him that COVID was released from a lab in China.

In mid-March 2020, Dr. Fauci received an email titled "Coronavirus bioweapon production method."

In mid-April 2020, Dr. Fauci received an email from Wuhan researcher Peter Daszak, thanking Dr. Fauci for "publicly rejecting the lab leak theory."

On page 3027 of the emails, Dr. Fauci told colleagues that retail face masks don't work due to the tiny size of the virus.

The emails can be read here.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci now admits he provided $600,000 to the Wuhan Institute of Virology lab in China, where the coronavirus reportedly escaped.

House Rep. Warren Davidson called for Fauci's immediate termination as the director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).

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Fauci is also the chief medical advisor to the White House and a member of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Davidson accused Fauci of putting politics ahead of human lives.

"He has repeatedly put political science ahead of the science on COVID-19," Davidson told Fox News.

"It is long past time for Dr. Fauci to stop talking to the American public. Fauci should resign or be fired immediately."

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For over a year, the mainstream news media defended and protected Dr. Fauci by placing the blame for the pandemic on President Trump.

In 2014, then-president Barack Obama ordered two U.S.-based labs to end their research into the bat coronavirus. The NIH responded by suspending 21 research studies into the bat virus.

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President Obama ordered Fauci to dismantle the labs -- likely because he feared an outbreak on U.S. soil where his wife and children live.

Dr. Fauci packed up the labs and shipped everything to China. He directed funding from the NIH to Wuhan for "gain of function research" -- experiments that increased the pathogenicity (infection rate) of the flu, MERS, and SARS viruses (Covid-19 is a SARS virus).

Then Fauci made his infamous prediction that there would be a pandemic under President Trump.

A year after the pandemic forced lockdowns and mask mandates in America, the news media suddenly turned on Fauci and began reporting his link to the Wuhan lab.

At first, Dr. Fauci denied any links at all between the NIH and the Wuhan lab.

During a tense exchange with Sen. Rand Paul (a medical doctor) on May 11, Fauci claimed "the NIH [National Institutes of Health] has not ever and does not now fund gain of function research in the Wuhan Institute of Virology [WIV]."

Afterwards, the Wuhan lab suspiciously erased any mention of the NIH from its website.

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Congressional lawmakers pressed Fauci to tell the truth about his involvement with the lab. He folded and admitted he directed the NIH to provide a "modest" sum to the Wuhan lab.

He vigorously denied the money went to "gain of research" experiments on bat virus.

He defended allocating $600,000 to the Wuhan lab to study the risk that bat coronaviruses could infect humans.

"It would have been almost a dereliction of our duty if we didn't study this [bat virus], and the only way you can study these things is you've got to go where the action is," he said.

"You don't want to study bats in Fairfax County, Virginia, to find out what the animal-human interface is that might lead to a jumping of species."

Fauci didn't explain why he repeatedly denied involvement with the Wuhan lab for over a year.

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The Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control has issued new guidance about wearing face masks outdoors for fully vaccinated people.

Under the new CDC guidance, people who received both Covid-19 mRNA injections can remove their face masks outdoors.

"It's the return of freedom," said Dr. Mike Saag, an infectious disease expert at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. "It's the return of us being able to do normal activities again."

Dr Anthony Fauci admitted on Sunday that the risk of contracting coronavirus outside is "miniscule."

During an interview on CBS, Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said on Tuesday, "You're vaccinated, guess what, you get to return to a normal lifestyle!"

He also had a message for those who prefer not to take the experimental mRNA vaccine. "You're not vaccinated, you're still a danger, you're still in danger as well, so get vaccinated."

In fully open states such as Georgia, Florida and Texas, 70% of residents have not received the vaccine, yet many walk around mask-free.

"When you get vaccinated, you can join [the two-thirds of vaccinated seniors] outdoors, and not have to wear masks," Becerra said.

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Senator Rand Paul, a licensed doctor, blames the White House and the CDC for the fact that many states are still under 30% vaccinated.

"[T]here is no science behind any of this. It's fear-mongering. But it also has a deleterious effect, in that it's discouraging people from getting the vaccine because they’re saying, well, if the vaccine doesn't mean anything, it doesn't seem to have any protective benefit, you get no benefit."

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Dr. Anthony Fauci was at a loss to explain why coronavirus cases and deaths continue to fall in Texas despite the state reopening.

During an interview on MSNBC Tuesday morning, Fauci was asked to comment on the positive numbers in Texas.

The MSNBC host said, "Texas effectively opened up, dropped all those restrictions and said, 'It's back to life.' And if you go to Texas, as you know, it looks like 2019. The restaurants and the bars are full and open. The ballparks are full, and yet, we've seen cases and hospitalizations since then continue to tick downward."

Fauci, senior advisor to the White House, was pressed by MSNBC to explain why the cases aren't spiking.

"Yeah, you know, it can be confusing because you may see a lag and a delay, because often you have to wait a few weeks before you see the effect of what you're doing right now," said Fauci. "There are a lot of things that go into that. When you say they had a lot of activity on the outside like ball games. I'm not really quite sure... I hope they continue to tick down, if they do that would be great. But there's always the concern that when you pull back on methods, particularly things like indoor dining, and bars that are crowded, you can see a delay, and then all of a sudden cases tick back up."

Fauci soldiered on, despite being wrong about the coronavirus in the past.

"We've been fooled before by situations where people begin to open up -- nothing happens, and then all of a sudden several weeks later, things start exploding on you."

It has been more than a month since Texas reopened. And states such as Florida and Georgia have been wide open since last summer.

Watch part of the interview below.
 

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, pleaded with former President Donald Trump to urge his followers to get the coronavirus vaccine.

On NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday, Fauci told Anchor Chuck Todd it's "disturbing" that most Trump supporters are unwilling to get the coronavirus vaccine.

"I want to talk about vaccine," said Todd. "We are seeing a bigger divide by politics. We talked about it earlier. For instance, among Trump voters, 47% have said they'll not be vaccinated, 30% say yes, and half Republican men say they're not going to take this vaccine."

Todd continued noted that Trump was not among four living presidents to appear in a vaccine PSA: "You have the PSA with all the former presidents except one, President Trump, in there. Do you think he needs to be enlisted here ... to get his voters to take this vaccine?"

Fauci replied, "Chuck, I hope he does because the numbers that you gave are so disturbing, how such a large proportion of a certain group of people would not want to get vaccinated merely because of political consideration. It makes absolutely no sense, and I've been saying that for so long."

Neither man informed viewers that Trump was not invited to participate in the vaccine PSA with the living former presidents -- Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George Bush and Jimmy Carter.

Fauci added, "We've got to dissociate political persuasion from what's common sense, no-brainer public health things. The history of vaccinology has rescued us from smallpox, from polio, from measles, from all of the other diseases. What is the problem here?"

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Police in Queens, New York are investigating a possible hate crime against Asians after a man spat on an Asian woman carrying a baby.

The incident occurred on Tuesday in the vicinity of 186th Street and Peck Avenue in Fresh Meadows around 10:30 a.m.

The 25-year-old victim told police the male suspect spit on her three times before calling her a "Chinese virus."

She reported the incident to the New York Police Department three hours later. The NYPD Asian Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the incident.

Police are asking the public to help identify the man who is described as a male in his 30s, about 200 pounds, and 5 feet, 5 inches tall.

In another incident, Nancy Toh, an 83-year-old Asian woman in Westchester County, was spit on and punched in the nose by an unidentified male.

Culturally, Asians are taught not to speak up when they are assaulted.

Police arrested 40-year-old Glenmore Nemherd and charged him with felony assault for injury to a person over 65. The suspect is homeless with a long violent history, according to Yahoo News.

Crimes against Asians are on the rise in America due to the Covid-19 coronavirus originating in a laboratory in Wuhan, China.

Dr. Anthony Fauci reportedly approved a $3.4 million grant to the same Wuhan lab in 2014.

In 2020, Fauci said there is "No scientific evidence the coronavirus was made in a Chinese lab."

Fauci, who has a financial interest in Moderna vaccines, is director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the chief medical advisor to the president.