“Please don’t intimidate the witness,” Rear Adm. Crandall barked at Anita Dunn during the opening minutes of Tuesday’s military tribunal against her, after she admonished her husband Bob Bauer for appearing on the witness stand and swearing to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
Appearing without council—ostensibly she felt she could exonerate herself—Dunn was told she could cross-examine the witness when the prosecution was done with him.
Bauer, visibly nervous, continuously repositioned his hands and flexed his knees while his head swiveled left and right, avoiding eye contact with the defendant.
“Your focus would be appreciated, Mr. Bauer,” Rear Adm. Crandall said. “I’ll repeat the question: Did you personally witness conversations between the defendant and Dr. Anthony Fauci in the initial stages of the pandemic?”
“In person and overheard on the phone,” Bauer replied.
“How many of these in person meetings were there?” Rear Adm. Crandall asked.
“Three I’m aware of, two at our home, one at a restaurant, between, I think, December 2019-March 2020,” Bauer said.
“You say three you’re aware of. Does that mean it’s possible they had additional meetings you’re not aware of?” Rear Adm. Crandall said.
“Three is all I know,” Bauer said.
“Can you intelligibly describe the gist of those meetings to the panel,” Rear Adm. Crandall said, gesturing toward the 3-officers tasked with deciding Dunn’s fate.
“Can’t you just ask me ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions, it’d be easier,” Bauer said.
“Mr. Bauer, clearly a man of your education knows how to summarize a series of events. If I limit my questions, we’ll be here a very, very long time,” Rear Adm. Crandall said.
Bauer’s body language suggested he didn’t relish the idea of spending any longer than he had to at the witness stand. He portrayed his wife as an influential, political “power broker” who negotiated deals between administration officials and the heads of health agencies responsible for planning the Plandemic response. He recounted under oath a December 2019 meeting at which Deep State Dr. Fauci, having recently held clandestine talks with Big Pharma CEOs, asked for Dunn’s help in selling the idea of booster shots and vaccinating children to persons such as HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra. Per Bauer’s testimony, Dunn at first balked at the idea because Fauci’s tenure at the NIH gave him enough clout to push mandatory vaccination programs sans her input.
“Fauci wanted Anita because she was cozy with the entire administration, from the people brought back from the Obama admin to the newcomers, and she had the expertise to decide who got what when money started trickling down from the top. It was like an inverted pyramid, with the Big Pharma CEOs at the top and below them a tier of health experts, including Fauci and Collins, getting paid out. Another tier beneath them, and so on,” Bauer said.
“So, she never approached Biden directly?” Rear Adm. Crandall said.
“Oh, she’s talked to him plenty of times, but not about this. He’s absent, if you catch my meaning. His head is so empty if he were to run down a hall his ears would whistle,” Bauer said.
Rear Adm. Crandall asked for a rough estimate of Dunn’s profit, to which Bauer responded $25m, to be paid in incremental installments over 5 years. She had thus far gotten $5m, he said, and described how the money had been “washed,” obfuscated to look like “consulting fees.”
“Of course, the money didn’t come directly from Big Pharma CEOs. They used middlemen who used middlemen of their own and yada, yada, yada. $50,000 here, $100,000 there, and so on, paid from shell corporations established just to fund the pyramid,” Bauer said.
“Twenty-five million for consulting. I’m in the wrong line of business,” the rear admiral said sarcastically. “No, I think I’m happy doing what I do.”
He then showed the panel financial documents the military had obtained in investigating Dunn’s past.
“Mr. Bauer, when we first spoke, you told us that your wife knew vaccines were unsafe before she went on her crusade. Please tell these officers sitting before you what you told me,” Rear Adm. Crandall said.
“Fauci, that cocky son-of-a-bitch, told us while we ate dinner together not to get vaccinated. Basically, he said vaccine trial data was being manipulated to make it appear they were safer than they really were,”
Anger flashed in Dunn’s eyes. “You idiot,” she blurted, “even if these militants here let you go, do you know what’ll happen to you when you get home. And you, Mr. Crandall, are the one being deceived. Bob has done nothing today but describe himself, and actions he took, not me.”
As Rear Adm. Crandall opened his mouth to speak, the senior officer on the panel, a Marine Corps major, said they had heard and seen sufficient evidence to find the defendant guilty of treason, and recommended she get the maximum punishment. Rear Adm. Crandall concurred, and sentenced Dunn to hang by the neck until dead.
Her date of execution is scheduled for Monday, February 14.