On Monday, January 31, a military tribunal found Dr. Francis Collins guilty of treason and mass medical malpractice, sentencing him to hang by the neck until dead.
Rear Adm. Darse E. Crandall described the weeping defendant as a “cowardly creature” who refused to “man up” and take accountability for his “war crimes” against the United States of America and its people.
In a brief opening statement, the patriotic admiral said Collins, even when confronted with evidence linking him to Covid crimes, tried to absolve himself of responsibility by pinning the administration’s unconstitutional mask and vaccine mandates, and lockdowns, entirely on his co-conspirator, Dr. Anthony Fauci, even though lengthy email chains proved conclusively that the diabolical duo had collaborated from the start.
The three officers weighing the case against Collins spent several hours scrutinizing 150 emails in which Collins and Fauci admitted masks do not mitigate the spread of Covid-19 and that vaccines are more likely to sicken or kill recipients than guard against Covid. Moreover, they ruminated the idea of “eliminating meddlesome interlopers” who opposed vaccine and mask mandates and who advocated for alternative therapies such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. In one email, Collins mentioned “how nice it would be if something tragically awful happened to” Drs. Paul Marik, Pierre Kory, and Peter McCullough, all of whom slammed vaccine mandates in favor of treating mild Covid cases with off-label, inexpensive, readily available pharmaceuticals.
“We’re not going to get rich endorsing ivermectin, even if it works. The money is in vaccines. We need to discredit doctors opposed to immunization, discredit them, their families, their friends—whatever it takes,” Collins wrote in an email.
A later email exchange took a more ominous turn. “Members of the FLCCC and AFLD should all have accidents. The big guy would really like that. It’s not like anyone would miss them if they vanished. Thoughts? Doesn’t have to be all, just the major ones,” Collins wrote on April 22, 2021.
His acronyms referenced the Front Line Covid Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) and American Front-Line Doctors (AFLD,) a coalition of accredited physicians and medical professionals whose peer-reviewed dissertations on the efficacy of alternative therapies have been maligned by Big Medicine and Big Pharma.
“These valiant doctors have fought an uphill battle to prescribe for their patients the best possible medications, in this case ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. But because you, Dr. Collins, disagreed with their treatment programs, you laid the groundwork for plans to have them killed? Now, that’s a hard pill to swallow, but the content of your emails is damning and irrefutable,” Rear Adm. Crandall said to the accused.
Collins rose to his feet. “I never said that, never wrote that. I was just blowing off steam, and so was Tony.”
“And should we believe you were just blowing off steam when you wrote to Fauci that Senator Rand Paul should be assassinated because he was giving Fauci a bad name?” Rear Adm. Crandall asked, and showed the panel yet another email underscoring Collins and Fauci’s animus toward Senator Paul.
“If Paul’s removed from the picture, a lot of our problems go away,” Collins wrote, and to which Fauci replied, “He’s an idiot and causing a lot of damage. We could have him disappeared. We’re protected. We should think on it. No rush or rash decisions.”
Rear Adm. Crandall asked the panel to silently review 100 more emails, the contents of which were not disclosed publicly. In the end, the panel found Collins guilty of conspiracy to commit murder, mass medical malpractice, and treason, and suggested he be hanged.