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(Natural News) Hollywood might be closed, but its puppets are still busy putting on social media shows. One of them, Jennifer Garner, spoke with the infamous Anthony Fauci during a recent Instagram livestream event, during which Fauci admitted to taking vitamins C and D to prevent infection.

Discussing different ways to help minimize the risk of “catching” the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), Fauci told Garner that it would not be the worst idea to supplement with these two vitamins, which he claims he takes regularly to keep himself healthy.

“If you’re deficient in vitamin D, that does have an impact on your susceptibility to infection,” a grainy Fauci told Garner through the digital platform. “I would not mind recommending, and I do it myself, taking vitamin D supplements.”

Vitamin D, as we have reported on in the past, is a powerful pro-hormone that studies show protects against all sorts of ailments – and sadly, most of the world is deficient in it.

Fauci went on to admit that the other vitamin people should take is vitamin C “because it’s a good antioxidant.” Fauci added that if people want to take “a gram or so of vitamin C, that would be fine” because the citrus nutrient is known to help boost the immune system.

Fauci: No other supplements work besides vitamins C, D

Before you start to assume that Fauci has suddenly become a good guy in all this, consider the fact that he went on to declare that no other vitamins or supplements in any way support human health, and thus should be avoided.

You read that right: According to Fauci, only vitamins C and D, both of which he happens to take, are effective. Everything else, he insists, is “useless or worse,” to quote Gabby Landsverk of Insider‘s assessment of Fauci’s claims.

“The answer, to the dismay of many, is no,” were Fauci’s exact words when asked by Garner if any other vitamins, supplements, pills, plants or powders might help to protect people against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

Landsverk, in support of Fauci, presents colloidal silver and chlorine dioxide, also known as “miracle mineral solution,” as two examples of supposedly “fake” immune-boosters that do not provide any type of protection against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) or any other type of infection, according to Fauci.

“Forget about them,” Fauci declared. “Any of the other concoctions and herbs I would not do.”

This is, of course, the same Fauci who 15 years ago said that hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) is an effective remedy for coronaviruses, only to now insist that HCQ is useless and dangerous for treating the Wuhan variety.

Fauci has further been complicit in keeping HCQ out of the hands of patients in need by supporting the FDA and other deep state-run agencies in keeping the generic anti-malaria drug under strict lock and key – even as people are dying, needlessly, from a preventable infection.

While there is some accuracy in Fauci’s claims concerning vitamins C and D, the goon claims that nothing else besides vaccines and pharmaceutical drugs have the capacity to provide any protection whatsoever against disease. This is hardly someone worth trusting, in other words.

Other advice from Fauci includes keeping theaters closed until at least a year after a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine becomes commercially available, as well as setting up quarantine spaces for students in order for them to “safely” return back to school this fall and next spring.

“The whole thing could fall apart if you don’t handle that well,” Fauci fear-mongered during a recent phone interview with CNN.

Fauci is clearly a fraud, even when he is occasionally right. To keep up with the latest about this deep state swamp creature, check out Deception.news.

Sources for this article include:

Insider.com

NaturalNews.com

NaturalNews.com

CNN.com


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