During the Jan. 25 episode of the Brighteon.TV program "ReFounding America," host Dr. Peter Breggin and his guest Rebecca Culshaw Smith expounded on these similarities. They zoomed in on Fauci's role in the federal government before his retirement in December 2022.
Fauci had been the face of Washington's COVID-19 response in 2020 until his retirement. Prior to this, he had also served as the National Institute of Health's (NIH) AIDS coordinator. When the NIH established the Office of AIDS Research in 1988, the infectious disease expert served as the office's first director.
"Fauci was the big manipulator – working with the drug companies, getting tons of money spent on vaccines that don't work," Breggin said. (Related: Following COVID vaccine rollout, America saw 33,800% increase in AIDS-associated diseases.)
He also pointed out that Fauci suppressed the use of the anti-pneumonia drug Bactrim against AIDS, which mirrored his suppression of ivermectin and other cures in favor of the lethal drug remdesivir and the COVID-19 clot shots.
"There are so many things that are familiar," the "ReFounding America" host said. "It's always been like people who run the world have always been corrupt."
In spite of this, Breggin pointed out one major difference between the AIDS pandemic and the COVID-19 pandemic.
"There were mass meetings that weren't riots, just people coming to complain about Fauci and filling up the grounds at NIH to make him feel humiliated. We don't do any protesting anymore and they were doing more back in the days of AIDS."
Meanwhile, Smith tackled the Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) method against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) – the pathogen responsible for AIDS. The author dubbed this measure, espoused by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as "appallingly racist."
According to the CDC, PrEP is highly effective for preventing HIV when the medications are taken as prescribed. It also reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by about 99 percent as well as HIV from injection and drug use by at least 74 percent.
"The literature as to whether this works is all over the place in terms of its efficacy," Smith told Breggin. "But I just want to sound the alarm because it's absolutely shocking to think that they would put completely healthy people, with no sort of laboratory pathology, no symptoms on these toxic drugs that cause bone loss, kidney, kidney damage, liver damage, lipodystrophy and all sorts of side effects, and they want to give toxic chemotherapy to HIV negative people for life."
She also pointed to how the CDC endorses the medication despite the fact that HIV positivity has seen the same prevalence since the mid-80s – about a million Americans, which barely changed.
"It's been basically constant. That is not how an infectious agent behaves," she emphasized.
Smith proceeded to cite Henry Bauer's book "The Origin, Persistence and Failings of HIV/AIDS Theory" which delved into the HIV positivity prevalence in every risk group – from people at low risk, like repeat blood donors, to intravenous drug users who are considered to be at high risk.
"He discovered that in every single risk group, HIV positivity was never zero, it was always there. It was also remarkably consistent between ethnic groups. African-Americans always test positive at a higher rate than Caucasians and Caucasians test positive at a higher rate than Asians," she narrated.
Also, she said that the government has brainwashed the people that HIV is supposed to be transmitted sexually or through blood products, but there's not a lot of medical literature to support it.
"The risk is considered to be something like one in 1,000 from male to female transmission. And that came from a paper from the 1990s, where they did this retrospective study, and they didn't even look at it in real-time. They just looked at who was positive and who was negative and figured one in 1,000 chance," she added.