Ron Paul Calls on President Donald Trump to Fire Top Wuhan Virus Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Former Congressman Ron Paul declared on his show on Thursday April 9, 2020 that if Trump doesn’t fire [Anthony] Fauci, “the people have to fire him” instead.

“He should be fired, but if you don’t do it in the literal sense, the people have to fire him,” Paul stated. “They have to fire him by saying ‘he’s a fraud.’”

Paul asserted that Fauci wants “total control” over the American people.

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“The plan that they have is when things are getting back to normal, people can return to their work, and they do things, and go to the golf course if they get a stamp of approval,” Paul commented. “Your liberties are there if you get a proper stamp from the government.”

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“It’s an excuse to have total control over the people,” Paul added.

Paul tweeted, “Fauci Should Be Fired If Not By Trump, Then By The American People Watch the whole show: youtu.be/sVKBvDqPuBw.”

Paul, previously contended that the Wuhan Virus is a crisis that the government is exploiting to infringe on people’s rights.

“People should ask themselves whether this coronavirus ‘pandemic’ could be a big hoax, with the actual danger of the disease massively exaggerated by those who seek to profit — financially or politically — from the ensuing panic,” Paul wrote in an article last month.

Paul has been a staunch advocate of civil liberties for decades and has warned about how crises are used to expand state power.

There is a case to be made for attacking the Wuhan Virus, but it should balance public health and civil liberties.

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