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Anthony Fauci’s retracts claim that he had assaulted her

Diana Andrade now says Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman paid her to lie

Diana Andrade 26, going by the pseudonym “Diana Rodriguez”, who had accused Dr. Anthony Fauci,the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, of sexual assault now claims she lied.

According to a report on Reason,Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman not only persuaded her, but also paid her to use Fauci as the assailant of an actual sex assault she had survived just after high school.

Andrea had publicly accused Fauci of sexually assaulting her in 2014, when she was 20 years old. She had allegedly gone to Fauci’s room with the intention of talking to him about his career in medicine after the two had met at he bar of the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington,D.C. While at his room, Fauci supposedly tried to assault her and after a struggle she had fled the room.

Reason reporter Nancy Rommelmann says that Andrade emailed her the evidence proving that Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman were behind the claim. Andrade said she decided to abandon her claims and try to record incriminating evidence against the pair after Wohl asked her to find another woman to accuse Fauci of sexual assault, as they’ve done to former special counsel Robert Mueller and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).

“The reality is that I’ve known Jacob since 2018 and that he charmed me into taking money to do this.” said Diana Andrade in an email to the website. “They also had me do something like this back in January.”

Andrade also provided Rommelmann with a recorded phone call, purportedly between herself, Burkman, and Wohl.

“Let me tell you something, Diana,” says Burkman on the nine-minute, 35-second call. “This guy shut the country down. He put 40 million people out of work. In a situation like that, you have to make up whatever you have to make up to stop that train and that’s the way life works, OK? That’s the way it goes.”

Andrade reminds the pair that COVID-19 is dangerous, and asks them to take the outbreak seriously but Burkman doesn’t seem fazed about the mass deaths.

“Mother Nature has to clean the barn every so often,” Burkman says. “How real is it? Who knows? So what if 1 percent of the population goes? So what if you lose 400,000 people? 200,000 were elderly, the other 200,000 are the bottom of society. You got to clean out the barn. If it’s real, it’s a positive thing, for God’s sake.”

Andrade sounded horrified by his “survival of the fittest” argument, and then Wohl begged her to keep her mouth shut and stick with her story.

That could be wrong, Diana?” Wohl asks. “You did a good job. You got paid. What’s the problem? What seems to be the issue? You’re freaking out. You’re texting me late at night. What’s the issue?”

Andrade asks whether a man who hand-delivered the money to her in Los Angeles was actually a lawyer, as the pair claimed, and Wohl boasts that the attorney has White House connections.

“Yeah, he’s a real lawyer,” Wohl says. “He’s a good lawyer.”

She also proposes she give back the cash and instead receive a wire transfer (thus creating a trace), a proposition Burkman shoots down. “Cash is best,” he tells her. “We don’t want any records of this nonsense.”

Diana Andrea

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