Dr. McCullough drops the gloves

 … scores a TKO on small man Tony ‘I am Science’ Fauci

“Doesn’t that sound like a pretty small man from a pretty small place who maneuvered himself into a position of power back in Nazi Germany?”


COVID-19 has not only crippled the entire world and become a household name, but it also catapulted one man into the spotlight and onto the world stage. That man was none other than Dr. Anthony Fauci. Mercilessly positioning himself on the frontline of the pandemic, Dr. Fauci promoted numerous mandates like lockdown and masks. Not to mention how he pushed the COVID-19 jab. Being a distinguished doctor, it was shocking when all his advice appeared to backfire, as the mandates and protocols haven’t stopped close to 500 million people contracting COVID-19 worldwide. While Fauci might be the highest paid government employee, according to Dr. Peter McCullough, he is nothing more than a “small man.”

It should be noted that visiting the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 data website shows that among all the confirmed cases, there were still over six million deaths due to the virus. And again, this took place during the supposed agenda to keep citizens safe through government overreach. Still, speaking with Jamie Glazov on The Glazov Gang, Dr. McCullough admitted Fauci was “a small man from a pretty small position at the NIH, and he has kind of maneuvered himself into a position of power. I mean, doesn’t that sound like a pretty small man from a pretty small place who maneuvered himself into a position of power back in Nazi Germany?”

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Making some rather startling accusations against Dr. Fauci, the full segment with Glazov and Dr. McCullough can be watched below. 

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