Anti-Vaxers Host Dr Fauci Trial That Charges $10,000 for VIP Seats

Anti-vaxxers hold fake grand jury lawsuit against Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and are asking $10,000 a ticket for “VIP jurors.”

“America’s Grand Jury,” an organization with no legal powers, including a former Trump administration official, a former state attorney general who faced sexual assault allegations, and a slew of right-wing activists, will event for five days. starting on April 11, according to The everyday beast

The group will rely on “evidence” to be presented by anti-vaccine celebrities, including Robert F Kennedy Jr and Dr. Robert Malone. dr. Paul Alexander, who was previously the senior advisor to the Assistant Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services under former President Donald Trump, will also give a presentation.

According to The Indy Star, scandal-ridden former Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill will also be involved in the trial. His law permits were temporarily suspended in 2020 after four women accused him of groping them. Mr Hill has denied those allegations and a special counsel has chosen not to file a criminal charge against him in 2018.

“While America’s Grand Jury is a bogus investigation into Fauci and the government agencies that oversee our nation’s health services, the evidence gathered is factual information and will be presented for the purposes of the law in the real world,” said Mr. Hill. on the US website. Grand Jury Twitter page.

People interested in voting for the grand jury can purchase seats for $25 and above so they can poll and vote on the outcome online.

For those with deep pockets and a deeper desire to punish a pretend Dr Fauci, VIP jury tickets can be purchased for $2,500 to $10,000. VIPs will not only personally sit on the jury, but will also meet their favorite anti-vaxxers in a small room during the event. They will also be given a five-night stay in Nashville, Tennessee, where the mock trial will take place.

The event bills itself as “the fair and balanced way to decide whether to charge Anthony Fauci,” although it doesn’t appear the group has instructed anyone to act as the doctor’s attorney.

According to The everyday beastthe group appears to be backed by The Unity Project, an anti-vaxx group that also boosted and supported the short-lived American truck convoy that somewhat annoyed the residents of Washington DC for three weeks and made little more than headlines.

Dr. Fauci will not be the only target of the group’s trials. If people pay for the jury tickets, the group plans to hold similar lawsuits for both Joe Biden’s son Hunter and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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