Arizona U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters previously worked on President Trump’s 2016 transition team where he tried to break up the “Francis Collins-Fauci cabal at NIH” with Steve Bannon.
Rumors were spreading about Blake Masters in Arizona recently, claiming that he was not a part of President Trump’s 2016 transition team.
This rumor has been debunked.
Steve Bannon welcomed Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters into the War Room studio on Wednesday morning.
“Anybody that says that, it’s complete nonsense”, according to Steve Bannon who was there all day every single day.
Bannon said that Blake Masters and his team were there nonstop, grinding.
Masters worked with Bannon to try and remove former NIH director Francis Collins, who recently resigned after documents exposed he was not forthright about his involvement in gain-of-function research in the Wuhan lab.
Bannon: Blake was there and the work you did was, and here’s what I love about it, you guys weren’t there for the glamour photos, you’re not there for the big group photos. You were there every day grinding. Anybody that says that Blake Masters was not on the transition…Blake Masters was one of my wingmen.
Masters shared the segment on Twitter responding to the fake news.
Masters: This clip is dedicated to the haters and losers claiming that I wasn’t on President Trump’s transition team
Full clip here — one untold story (until now) is how we tried to break up the Francis Collins / Fauci cabal at NIH.
Full clip here — one untold story (until now) is how we tried to break up the Francis Collins / Fauci cabal at NIH.https://t.co/VvndBXcHqF
— Blake Masters (@bgmasters) December 2, 2021
Blake Masters was there, and he was grinding.