Talent Agency Drops Lara Logan After She Compares Killer Fauci to Nazi Dr. Mengele


Investigative reporter and FOX News contributor Lara Logan responded to Dr. Tony Fauci’s statement in November that he is “science” and challenging him is challenging “science.”

Lara Logan had other thoughts on Dr. Fauci, comparing him to the notorious Nazi Dr. Josef Mengele.

Via Midnight Rider.

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Logan was on to something. But she is not allowed to say it.

When all is said and done and the waters settle on the COVID pandemic, Dr. Anthony Fauci may be remembered as one of the greatest mass killers of our time.

Dr. Anthony Fauci flip-flopped and lied for over a year to the American public about the seriousness of the China Virus and his background funding the Chinese virology lab and the origins of the virus.

Dr. Fauci also lied to the American public about the success of the safe drug hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) in treating the virus.

Hundreds of thousands of Americans died when HCQ was available but banned by Fauci and the CDC from COVID patients.

Logan was scrubbed from FOX News following the comments.

Now this…

Lara Logan’s talent agency fired her after she compared killer Fauci to Mengele.

Newsmax reported:

The United Talent Agency (UTA) confirmed to Mediaite on Monday that Fox Nation host Lara Logan was dropped by the agency several weeks ago after she made compared Dr. Anthony Fauci to Nazi doctor Josef Mengele on air.

Logan made the comments comparing the White House chief medical adviser to the Nazi SS officer during an appearance on Fox News’s “Prime Time” in November of last year.

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