Senator Rand Paul is now seeking a criminal referral against Dr. Fauci for lying to Congress, reports Morgan Zegers.
Dr. Fauci is more of a politician than a scientist, says Bill O’Reilly.
Buck breaks down the verbal spar in which both men accused one another of lying over U.S. funding of gain-of-function research.
Buck is joined by Tiana Lowe to discuss Anthony Fauci and his attempt at deflecting blame from Rand Paul.
Dana talks about the multiple studies that confirm that the masks do not work and that Dr. Fauci should be on his way to the exit gate.
A new survey from Rasmussen asked Americans, “Do you believe Dr. Fauci has told the truth?”
Mayor Pete Buttigieg, the Transportation Expert “because he drove a car,” says masks are a sign of safety and respect. Wasn’t it supposed to be about the science? Let’s review those private emails from Dr. Fauci that say masks don’t work.
Former North Carolina Congressman and Senior Partner of the Conservative Partner Institute, Mark Meadows joins Jesse Kelly on ‘I’m Right,’ to discuss the nation’s hottest topics.
Is Dr. Fauci a liar and a cover-up artist? Bill O’Reilly reads aloud one of his most concerning emails.
Watch MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace give Dr. Fauci “the kid glove treatment,” neglecting to even ask him about his emails but complimenting him on their contents. Alex Berenson shares the most shocking revelations from Fauci’s 3,200 emails on Hold The Line with Buck Sexton. “It was gonna look terrible for him so he did everything possible …
Newly released emails show Dr. Anthony Fauci was a mask skeptic in early 2020.
Dr. Fauci’s emails provide eye-opening insight into his true beliefs surrounding the pandemic, says Buck Sexton. While the NIH head said one thing publicly, “internally it was a completely different story,” Jack Posobiec explains.