People that are Fans of Fauci, or Fans of #FireFauci no doubt have become aware of a recently released tranche of emails (over 3,000 pages worth) that were the result of a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request by Buzzfeed. These emails (spanning January 2020, before COVID-19 was even declared a pandemic, through June 2020) have been used to justify or refute previously known assumptions about America’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Fauci. Despite my best efforts to avoid this discussion I’ve been asked to provide my unbiased thoughts about it, and if I can read 400+ pages of the Mueller report, to include the five volumes of the Senate Russia report, and all the applicable FOIA request, this should be a piece of cake, right? That said, if you don’t feel like reading my summary below, my hot take is…there’s nothing to see here, and you can just forward this to your friends who think otherwise.
Before getting into my findings let me first say that I didn’t read all of the 3,234 pages, instead I leveraged the power of the search function in the pdf reader I was using and