Michael Knowles Has Created A Pledge For Congressional Candidates To Sign Saying They'll Investigate Dr. Fauci And It's The Greatest Thing Ever

Feb 2nd

This may be my favorite thing I've seen all day.

The Daily Wire's Michael Knowles, who has been one of the leading voices coming out against wannabe public health dictator Dr. Fauci since the beginning of the pandemic, has come up with a pledge for congressional candidates to sign.

Here's what the Daily Wire star tweeted out:

Knowles won't support any candidate who won't sign his pledge, here's the text of the pledge:

The Michael Knowles Federal Public Health Protection Pledge

I, ­___________________________, pledge to the taxpayers of the State or Commonwealth of ____________________________ and to the American people that I will:

1.) Vote to subpoena Dr. Anthony Fauci in order to investigate any corrupt activities to which he may be party regarding the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the numerous and demonstrable lies that he has told to the United States Congress and the American people regarding the virus, its origin, and the efficacy of public health measures to fight it.

2. Sponsor and vote for legislation that reduces the salary of the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Chief Medical Advisor to the President of the United States, Dr. Anthony Fauci, to $0.00.

This is a pledge to subpoena Fauci for an investigation into the numerous lies he's told to congress and the American people throughout the pandemic AND to reduce his salary to zero dollars for good measure.

The best part is that this is actually working, several congressional candidates have signed the pledge to investigate the doc.

It's all coming together. Fauci might wanna think about retiring while he still has the chance.


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