Anti Vaxxers hold a Fake Grand Jury to charge Fauci in April 2022: Anti Vaxxers versus A Fauci

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They make a mockery of the Grand Jury.

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Details of the Mock Grand Jury

The People Versus Fauci, April 11-15 | America’s Grand Jury
Testimonies from Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Paul Alexander, Dr. Pierre Kory, Robert F. Kennedy, and more.

On April 11, you can watch it here; https://americasgrandjury.com/

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Will Sommer

Wed, April 6, 2022, 4:11 PM

A motley crew of right-wing activists, a former Trump administration official, and a disgraced former state attorney general have launched an amateur “grand jury” to vote on whether to indict Dr. Anthony Fauci on fictitious criminal charges. But the effort could also become a windfall for its organizers, with positions on the grand jury selling for as much as $2,500.

The upstart organization, dubbed “America’s Grand Jury,” has no actual legal powers. Instead, starting on April 11, the group will present a livestreamed presentation of Fauci’s “prosecution.” The mock grand jury will also include “evidence” presented by vaccine opponents, including Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Dr. Robert Malone.

The event will culminate in the grand jury voting on whether to indict Fauci. Unlike an actual grand jury, though, the slots on this grand jury have been sold to Fauci-haters willing to splash out some cash to express their dislike for the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. A voting spot on the jury starts at $25 and goes up from there, with those willing to pay $2,500 for “VIP Juror” status receiving one-night access to mingle with anti-vaccine celebs in the grand jury’s green room.

Will Sommer

Wed, April 6, 2022, 4:11 PM·3 min read

Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/Getty
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/Getty

A motley crew of right-wing activists, a former Trump administration official, and a disgraced former state attorney general have launched an amateur “grand jury” to vote on whether to indict Dr. Anthony Fauci on fictitious criminal charges. But the effort could also become a windfall for its organizers, with positions on the grand jury selling for as much as $2,500.

The upstart organization, dubbed “America’s Grand Jury,” has no actual legal powers. Instead, starting on April 11, the group will present a livestreamed presentation of Fauci’s “prosecution.” The mock grand jury will also include “evidence” presented by vaccine opponents, including Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Dr. Robert Malone.

The event will culminate in the grand jury voting on whether to indict Fauci. Unlike an actual grand jury, though, the slots on this grand jury have been sold to Fauci-haters willing to splash out some cash to express their dislike for the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. A voting spot on the jury starts at $25 and goes up from there, with those willing to pay $2,500 for “VIP Juror” status receiving one-night access to mingle with anti-vaccine celebs in the grand jury’s green room.
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The mock grand jury even has its own merchandise line, with jurors who pay at least $100 to attain the title of “Super Juror” promised special“swag.”

America’s Grand Jury didn’t respond to requests for comment. Its website referred media requests to a far-right group called the Unity Project, an anti-vaccine group that backed a trucker convoy that traveled to Washington to protest Covid restrictions.

While “America’s Grand Jury” has no ability to actually indict Fauci, its website declares that it will “decide if Anthony Fauci should be INDICTED.” In a much smaller font elsewhere on the page, the group notes that it won’t actually be able to indict Fauci.

The mock grand jury effort is led by Curtis Hill, Indiana’s attorney general between 2017 and 2021. But while Hill is now seeking to indict Fauci, he recently had some legal issues of his own. In 2020, the Indiana Supreme Court temporarily suspended Hill’s license to practice law after multiple women accused him of groping them at an event.

Hill went on to lose his reelection bid in 2020 to another Republican. The former attorney general is also known in his state as an Elvis Presley impersonator.

Hill has been joined on the prosecution team by Parisa Fishback, a California bankruptcy attorney who gained some fame on the right as a parent opposing COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

The grand jury’s witnesses, meanwhile, are prominent anti-vaccine activists and fringe doctors. Along with Kennedy and Malone, the witness list includes Dr. Paul Alexander, who advised the Trump administration during the pandemic and called for a strategy of herd immunity by pushing more people to contract the virus, declaring “we want them infected.”

While the grand jury has no legal powers, it capitalizes on the right’s fury at Fauci over coronavirus restrictions. In January, Fauci said he and his family had faced death threats over conspiracy theories claiming he somehow played a role in the coronavirus’s creation.

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/anti-vaxxers-charge-followers-join-081111606.html

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Kaitlin Lange | Indianapolis Star | 3:01 pm EDT April 7, 2022

Embattled former Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is involved in plans to hold a mock grand jury trial by a group calling itself America’s Grand Jury over Dr. Anthony Fauci’s role in the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the group’s website. 

Hill, who had his law licenses temporarily suspended in 2020 over allegations that he groped four women, is listed as one of two prosecutors on the team bio page for America’s Grand Jury. Hill has denied those allegations, and a special prosecutor did not pursue criminal charges in 2018.

“Even though America’s Grand Jury is a mock investigation into Fauci and the government agencies overseeing our nation’s health services, the evidence gathered is factual information and will be presented for real world application of the law,” Hill is quoted as saying on the America’s Grand Jury Twitter page. 
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The group behind the mock trial is trying to raise some cash with the effort. Unlike in real life, anyone can pay to become a juror and vote on whether to “indict” Fauci. Prices range from a basic $25 option to $10,000 to be a VIP juror. That option includes a chance for eight people to be in the live studio, and access to a nightly reception after taping wraps. 

The website also sells “swag,” include high top shoes and other apparel. 

America’s Grand Jury did not respond to an IndyStar interview request. 

https://amp.indystar.com/amp/9496831002

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