By Belle Carter
Infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci wants to see more blood before retiring from government service next month. He is still promoting the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) boosters despite a plethora of evidence linking the vaccines to serious adverse effects and sudden deaths.
During his last speech on the White House podium, the chief medical advisor to President Joe Biden encouraged all Americans to get injected, claiming “the latest boosters offer better protection against new variants than previous shots.”
“My final message, maybe the final message I give you from this podium – is that please for your own safety, for that of your family, get your updated COVID-19 shot as soon as you’re eligible to protect yourself, your family and your community,” Fauci said.
Fauci, 81, is set to step down as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a position he has held since 1984. Prior to assuming the post, he had been one of the most-cited scientists for his work on HIV and other infections.
The infectious disease doctor eventually became the face of the U.S. pandemic response. During those uncertain times, people trusted Fauci and even branded him as “America’s doctor.”
Fauci is consistently inconsistent
But the same people who trusted Fauci are now questioning his credibility after he hyped the safety and effectiveness of the “experimental” vaccines and pushed for face masks, social distancing and lockdown mandates. Moreover, his inconsistent statements also became a source of controversy. (Related: Dr. Anthony Fauci: Mass murderer.)
He initially remarked in March 2020 that face masks were not necessary, arguing that these would not provide good protection. Fauci later retracted his statement and mandated face coverings on children as young as two.
As NIAID’s head, Fauci was also a key orchestrator of lockdowns throughout the pandemic, as shops and businesses followed his guidance to shut their doors in spring of 2020. Meanwhile, Florida did not lockdown and had one of the lowest case rates in the United States – with case rates dropping 90 percent between August and October 2021.
Schools were shut in March 2020, and did not reopen until August. Children missed out on socializing with their peers, which would have allowed them to build up natural immunity to other illnesses. Lockdowns left many Americans without proper immune defense against viruses, leaving them vulnerable to a more severe infection.
He also exaggerated the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines during a June 2021 MSNBC interview. “It is as simple as black and white. You’re vaccinated, you’re safe. You’re unvaccinated, you’re at risk,” Fauci said at the time.
When it comes to the origins of COVID-19, Fauci’s inconsistency is on full display.
While he shot down discussions about the origin of SARS-CoV-2 and the possibility of it leaking from a laboratory, he espoused a different view in an interview with the Atlantic magazine.
Fauci told the magazine’s Ross Andersen that he is “keeping a completely open mind” about COVID-19’s emergence in 2019 at China’s Wuhan province. He also alleged that Beijing is “probably” withholding information from the international community.
In spring this year, Fauci declared that the pandemic was over. He backtracked days later.
Now, millions of Americans are hoping that he’s going to keep his word about his resignation. But with Fauci, you can never be sure.
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