A CIA insider recently told Tucker Carlson the agency may have been involved in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. That got a rise out of JFK’s nephew Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who like many others wonders what the CIA is hiding.
“The idea that the CIA was involved can’t be dismissed out of hand,” notes Robert Spencer, but after 60 years, the government has yet to reveal all the documents. While the JFK revelations await, consider a CIA operation that has already been exposed: a fake vaccination campaign with collateral damage in public health, international relations, and institutional integrity. That operation was a response to one of the CIA’s greatest failures, still looming large in the public domain.
For all its power, money and assets, the CIA failed to prevent the Islamic terrorists of al Qaida, from pulling off the deadly attacks of September 11, 2001. So like the FBI, which also failed to stop 9/11, the CIA was playing from behind.
“The CIA organized a fake vaccination program in the town where it believed Osama bin Laden was hiding,” the Guardian reported in 2011, “in an elaborate attempt to obtain DNA from the fugitive al-Qaida leader’s family.” The CIA recruited a Pakistani doctor to organize the vaccine drive, supposedly preventing hepatitis B, and started the operation “in a poorer part of town to make it look more authentic.”
According to government-funded National Public Radio, the CIA operation “didn’t succeed,” in gathering the DNA, and “the doctor involved was sentenced to a prison term.” The CIA initially refused to comment, but after Pakistani aid workers were killed, an unnamed American “senior counter-terrorism official” defended the program as genuine and claimed the vaccinations were “real” and “conducted by genuine medical professionals.” Whatever the case, it is possible that Dr. Anthony Fauci was involved.
“The division of the National Institutes of Health responsible for vaccines is the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases,” writes Dr. Fauci’s wife, Christine Grady, in The Search for an AIDS Vaccine. Dr. Fauci, a government bureaucrat since 1968, has headed NIAID since 1984. Fauci was calling the shots in 2011, but his comments on the CIA’s fake vaccine operation are hard to find. The NIAID boss, a federal public health official, should have been eager to speak out.
As Abigail R. Hall Blanco explains in “Remember when the CIA set back polio eradication?” when news broke of the fake campaign, people in Nigeria, Pakistan and Afghanistan, the three countries where polio is still a problem, “became even more skeptical of medical professionals.” Pakistan chased away legitimate vaccine workers, the Taliban banned polio vaccinations, and 10 vaccination workers were killed in Nigeria.
If the “senior anti-terrorism official” was correct that the vaccinations were real, it would have been easy for Dr. Fauci to verify the claim and patch up hostilities with Pakistan and other countries. The NIAID boss kept things on the quiet, and that raises an issue.
A powerful official willing to go along with a devious CIA operation could well be willing to deploy a stateside mass vaccination campaign, billed as a public health measure, but actually for political purposes. That invites a look back at vaccines for polio (infantile paralysis) from the 1950s.
The Salk vaccine was 90 percent effective against polio, and both Jonas Salk and Albert Sabin declined to patent their creations, essentially giving them away for nothing as a service to the public. From 15,000 cases a year, polio was down to fewer than 100 cases during the 1960s. Since 1979, writes Hall Blanco, “No cases of polio have originated in the United States.” Contrast that record with Dr. Fauci’s recent vaccination campaign.
Dr. Fauci and Joe Biden, fully vaccinated and boosted, both contracted COVID. As that confirms, the COVID vaccines fail to prevent infection and transmission, yet the new vaccines were highly profitable for pharmaceutical companies. That could explain why Dr. Fauci wants multiple vaccinations even for children, the group least vulnerable to COVID.
In response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, the Food and Drug Administration wanted to make the public wait until 2096 to disclose all of the data the FDA relied upon to license Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine. As Aaron Siri notes, “it could have taken 75 years, when most Americans alive today would be dead, to fully publicly disclose this information.”
As with JFK, the people have a right to wonder what the FDA and Pfizer were hiding. By contrast, what the Salk and Sabin vaccines contained was no mystery. Those who took the shots, including this writer, did not get polio and there were few if any harmful after-affects. And nothing has emerged about the Salk and Sabin vaccines being deployed in covert operations.
In 2013, two years after the operation in Pakistan, CIA director John Brennan said the CIA would no longer use vaccine programs as a cover for spy operations. According to CIA spokesman Todd Ebitz, Brennan made the decision himself because he “took seriously the concerns raised by the public health community.” By making the policy public, “our objective is to dispel one canard that militant groups have used as justification for cowardly attacks against vaccination providers.”
Brennan’s declaration does not mean that the CIA actually halted bogus vaccine operations. Like the Buffalo Bill suspect Louis Friend in Silence of the Lambs, Brennan “may have lied.” And of course, the CIA’s stock in trade is deception, which raises questions about Brennan.
As a college student in 1976, Brennan voted for the Stalinist Gus Hall, candidate of the Communist Party USA, a wholly owned subsidiary of the USSR. As Ronald Radosh (The Rosenberg File) notes “it’s rather difficult to understand how Brennan was taken into the CIA, when a few years later [Clinton national security advisor] Anthony Lake was discredited simply because he thought [Alger] Hiss might be innocent.” Alger Hiss was a Stalinist spy in the State Department. See Perjury: The Hiss-Chambers Case, by Allen Weinstein.
It’s also difficult to understand how a Gus Hall voter became CIA director. As it happens, John Brennan was the pick of the composite character president David Garrow described in Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama. His 1995 Dreams from My Father was a novel, not an autobiography or memoir, and his strongest influence was Frank Marshall Davis, an African American Communist who spent most of his life defending an all-white Soviet dictatorship.
The composite character, formerly known as Barry Soetoro, called Brennan “one of the hardest working civil servants I’ve ever known” and committed “to the values that define us as Americans.” Brennan said he would “make it my mission to ensure that the CIA has the tools it needs to keep our nation safe, and that its work always reflects the liberties, the freedoms, and the values that we hold so dear.”
The hard working Gus Hall voter did not reveal how the CIA failed to keep America safe from the 9/11 attack, but on Brennan’s watch the CIA sure talked a good game “We are the nation’s first line of defense,” the agency’s Twitter profile proclaims. “We accomplish what others cannot accomplish and go where others cannot go.”
All told, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has good cause to wonder about CIA involvement in the hit on his uncle President Kennedy, only 46 at the time. RFK Jr. is the author of The Real Anthony Fauci, a devastating expose of the NIAID boss, who also has a thing for secrecy.
In The Search for an AIDS Vaccine, Christine Grady fails to reveal that she had been married to the NIAID boss for 10 years. So the book, which defends the toxic drug AZT, which Dr. Fauci forced on foster children, is a kind of covert operation. In 2012, the NIH made Grady head of its department of bioethics. The official announcement failed to mention that Grady was married to NIAID boss Dr. Anthony Fauci.
NIAID develops vaccines, so Dr. Fauci would have been the CIA’s best choice to supply the bogus vaccine operation in Pakistan. That, in turn, may have primed the pump for broader collaborations, possibly with foreign adversaries of the United States.
As Israeli microbiologist Dr. Dany Shoham showed in China and Viruses: The Case of Dr. Xiangguo Qiu, the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) was part of China’s biological warfare establishment. From her post in Canada’s National Microbiology Laboratory, Dr. Qiu, a Chinese national, transferred a load of deadly pathogens to the WIV, which she visited at least five times in 2017-18 alone.
Dr. Fauci funded the WIV to perform gain of function research, which makes viruses more lethal and transmissible, then lied about it to Congress. Fauci channeled the grants through the EcoHealth Alliance, headed by Peter Daszak. In a November 23 court deposition, Fauci said “I would not exactly characterize him as an acquaintance,” and “I don’t even remember meeting him.”
The NIAID boss added, “I not recall being aware of this grant at the time it was funded,” one of Dr. Fauci’s many lapses of memory. It did emerge that Dr. Fauci knew that masks were useless against COVID, but he recommended them anyway. Fauci also led the charge against the medical scientists of the Great Barrington Declaration, including Nobel laureate Dr. Michael Levitt, who challenged Fauci’s lockdown policies that caused so much harm, particularly to children.
Dr. Fauci recommended vaccines that failed to prevent the acquisition and transmission of COVID. Dr. Fauci wants multiple vaccine doses for children, and he’s proud of his record. As he said in his recent deposition, “I am, with all due modesty, recognized as one of the top infectious disease people in the country,” and “the top government infectious diseases person.” As it happens, Dr. Fauci’s bio shows no advanced degrees in molecular biology or biochemistry.
Nobel laureate Kary Mullis, inventor of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR), is on record that Dr. Fauci “doesn’t understand electronic microscopy and doesn’t understand medicine. He should not be in a position like he’s in.” In similar style, Gus Hall voter John Brennan should never have been hired by the CIA, so the two have a lot in common.
Fauci lied about funding gain of function research at the WIV and can’t remember meeting some of his longtime associates. Brennan was part of a group of 51 intelligence veterans who called the Hunter Biden laptop a piece of “Russian disinformation,” which Brennan and the others had to know was untrue. Remember, Brennan wanted to ensure that the CIA “always reflects the liberties, the freedoms, and the values that we hold so dear.”
Like the CIA’s bogus vaccine operation in Pakistan, Fauci’s performance shapes up as exploitation of a pandemic for domestic political purposes. China and America’s deep state had a stake in toppling President Trump. Like CDC mouthpiece Dr. Nancy Messonnier, a veteran of the Epidemic Intelligence Service, Dr. Fauci praised China’s pandemic performance, and in January of 2020, the NIAID boss opposed President Trump’s ban on travel from China.
The cover story of this operation, endlessly repeated by Fauci, is that the COVID virus arose naturally in the wild, not from the WIV or any laboratory. Those who find evidence of a laboratory origin, such as former CDC director Robert Redfield, have faced death threats. No word of any FBI investigation, pre-dawn raids, or arrests in the case.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, a non-practicing physician who first does harm, now claims “I represent science.” For all but the willfully blind, this white coat supremacist needs investigating, and Elon Musk had a strong case for his “prosecute Fauci” tweet.
The public also has a right to know if the CIA was involved in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. An agency insider has made that claim and as Robert Spencer says, “RFK Jr.’s certainty on this matter doesn’t come out of nowhere. The basic fact that all the records still aren’t publicly available is suspicious in itself.”
The time has come to open all records on the CIA and Kennedy. Dig deep enough and you might find a mole or two, or 22, from all sorts of places. If the CIA will hire a Gus Hall voter, just about anybody can get in the door. That seems to be the message of CIA recruiting videos.
The people need to know which CIA official hired Gus Hall voter John Brennan, and those who backed Brennan’s promotions up the line. Was anybody in the CIA dismissed, demoted or disciplined over the 9/11 failure, or the bogus vaccine operation? So much to learn. The people have a right to know.