Masks “not really effective” says Fauci in Feb. 2020 email

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Dr. Anthony Fauci's recently revealed emails obtained through Freedom of Information requests continue to show troubling, if not damning comments from the United States' top doctor.

In a Feb. 2020 email with the subject line "RE: A couple of quick questions." addressed to Sylvia Burwell, President of American University, Dr. Fauci provides some rather telling insight.

Originally reported by BlazeTV Producer Savanah Hernandez, the email states:

"The typical mask you buy in the drug store is not really effective in keeping out virus, which is small enough to pass through the material... I do not recommend that you wear a mask, particularly since you are going to a very low risk location."

Another email regarding asymptomatic spread, reveals a contradiction to what Dr. Fauci said in 2020. The email to "science journalist" Kai Kupferschmidt, states the following:

"Kai: Error in my statement to you. I meant to say that "......most transmissions occur from someone who is symptomatic" - not asymptomatic. I am really tired."

This appears to contradict Fauci's claims from later in 2020 that the WHO's remark on asymptomatic spread "was not correct."

From CNBC:

"The WHO’s remark that transmission of the coronavirus by people who never developed symptoms was rare 'was not correct,' Dr. Anthony Fauci said."

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