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The Quick and Devastating Published Take-down – Fauci, Collins and Tabak

18 Dec 21

At the center of the COVID-19 construct of enterprise fraud rests a Criminal Enterprise definable under RICO statute. At the center of that Criminal Enterprise is an ego-maniacal and diminutive pocket dictator with penchant for tyrannical rule – Anthony Fauci of the NIAID. The NIAID is under the umbrella of the NIH, which is headed by Francis Collins.

Recall that in June of 2021, the original batch of discovered Fauci’s emails was released publicly. At that time, we augmented our substantially existing base of work on Fauci to include those emails and to identify what appeared to be the designed beginning of the exit for Fauci:

25 May 21: A Carve-out Is Being Made in the Broader COVID-19 Narrative
02 Jun 21: COVID Carve-out II – The Long Knives Are Out for #FalseFlagFauci
03 Jun 21: The Fall of #FalseFlagFauci
06 Jun 21: Fauci’s Free Fall, Fort Detrick Focus and Full Conspiracy to Commit Fraud
09 Jun 21: Daszak Delivered Damning Details in 2016

In light of the announced plans of Francis Collins’ departure from NIH, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra announced on 15 Dec 21 that the current principal deputy director and the deputy ethics counselor of NIH since August 2010, Lawrence Tabak, would succeed Collins.

In reporting by Homeland Security Today and covered at TGP, another Fauci email has been discovered. It lines-up exactly as one would expect assuming the proper lens for perspective is in use.

The context for the email is an old topic – The Great Barrington Declaration.


I covered Barrington in a 16 Mar 21 podcast and here are the graphics from it.

Barrington can be positioned simply. It is a mitigation strategy and plan that completely undermines the fraudulently constructed COVID-19 pandemic and mitigation strategies that the Fauci cohort has engineered and shoehorned into place. It’s a threat to the construct.

Barrington offers real solutions for a fake pandemic of cooked-up data. It offsets greatly the Fauci cohort plan that flies in the face of common sense and contradicts preexisting medical conventions and accepted practices while it continues to be undone by emerging medical and scientific evidence.

Nonetheless, Fauci et al keep their collective foot on the pandemic accelerator. From the 20 Jan 20 first U.S. SARS-CoV-2 case in the State of Washington through to the present, the 15 days to “flatten the curve” is now at 698. Let’s pause to kick dead horses.

With that context under our belt, here is the new controversial Fauci email that was penned by Collins and sent to Fauci and Collins’ successor, Tabak. In relation to Barrington, it said, “There needs to be a quick and devastating published take down of its premises.”

I’ve stacked evidence to the moon demonstrating irrefutably that COVID-19 is a construct of enterprise fraud as definable by and subject to prosecution under RICO. Fraud is rooted in the construction of erroneous information and data that is propagated under false pretenses for ulterior objectives. This includes the targeted destruction of any fact sets antithetical or dangerous to the construct. The prosecutorial considerations must include the “elements of the crime.”

From Cornell Law, consider that the,

Elements of a crime are the component parts of a crime. The prosecution must prove each of these elements beyond a reasonable doubt to establish the criminal liability. For example, “burglary” is defined as the act of (1) breaking; (2) and entering; (3) into the abode of another; (4) at night; (5) with the intent to commit a felony therein. Each of those five parts is an element of the crime of burglary which the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt to establish that the defendant committed burglary.  

Cases such as this one from Wisconsin, explain that “elements of a crime” are those constituent parts of a crime which must be proven by the prosecution to sustain conviction.

From Cornell, consider,

Fraud is both a civil tort and criminal wrong. 

In civil litigation, allegations of fraud might be based on a misrepresentation of fact that was either intentional or negligent.  For a statement to be an intentional misrepresentation, the person who made it must either have known the statement was false or been reckless as to its truth.  The speaker must have also intended that the person to whom the statement was made would rely on it.  The hearer must then have reasonably relied on the promise and also been harmed because of that reliance

In criminal law, fraud usually takes very specific forms, such as bankruptcy fraud, credit card fraud, or healthcare fraud. California law, for example, also recognizes distinct crimes for check fraud, access card fraud, insurance fraud, and making false financial statements.  Some criminal fraud statutes might be classified under laws forbidding larceny, others under forgery, and others as a crime covered by laws regarding a specific industry, like insurance or banking laws.  Suspicions of criminal fraud should be reported to law enforcement authorities.

More broadly, the elements of a crime factor in means – the criminal’s ability to commit the crime, motive – the criminal’s deliberate and witting reasons for committing the crime and opportunity – the criminal’s chance to commit the crime. All three must be proven for criminal conviction.

Also for successful criminal prosecution, the prosecution must also prove, actus reus [that a crime has actually occurred], mens rea [that the accused intended the crime to happen] and the concurrence of the two meaning there is a timely relationship between the act [actus reus] and the intent [mens rea.]

The evidence against Fauci et al for means, motive, opportunity, actus reus, mens rea and concurrence is already stacked to the moon.

That makes the following question an evidenced, loaded and rhetorical one.

Do you think that in an authentic pandemic with public health as the central feature; as opposed to a fraudulent one with a political agenda as its central feature; and respective to an alternative mitigation plan evidenced to be more effective, it would include the following order? “There needs to be a quick and devastating published take down of its premises.”

No. Never. Not in a million lifetimes.

The evidence is stacked to the moon.



  1. JamesinNM December 18, 2021

    I have often there are not words vulgar enough nor punishment harsh enough for him in this life. Same can be said for many others.

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