Oh, Fauci, Fauci, Fauci.
When will he relearn to be comfortable in the obscurity that he dwelled in for most of his nearly forty years of “service” to the American government?
Mind you, most people’s “service” doesn’t come with a $10M+ windfall in a very short span of time, especially a windfall earned off the backs of closed schools and extreme societal dysfunction.
Which is likely why Fauci is actively trying to rewrite history now, aided and abetted by ABC News’ Jonathan Karl, another overpaid propagandist.
“We should realize, and have realized, that there will be deleterious collateral consequences when you do something like that,” Fauci declared during his appearance with Karl, the denial of his past positions on full display.
Specifically, Fauci was claiming that he was opposed to the “mistake” Karl referenced with regards to closing schools, conveniently ignoring all the public statements he made and positions he took to the contrary.
“I don’t want to use the word ‘mistake,’ Jon, because if I do, it gets taken out of the context that you’re asking me the question on. And I don’t want to do that because that’s just happened too many times over the last years with me,” Fauci added pointedly.
Translation: Stop making the constant flip-flopping of Fauci’s positions so obvious.
A lot has changed with technology when he first assumed his “post.”
That means his flip flopping is a heck of a lot easier to track.
However, the tried-and-true methods of in-person teaching have not changed so much since he first assumed his post, which is why his discouragement of in-person learning, or, to be generous, absence of support for in-person learning, is all the more disheartening.
“You shouldn’t discount that it does afflict children, so it isn’t without consequence. If you go back, and I ask anybody to go back over the number of times that I’ve said we’ve got to do everything we can to keep the schools open; no one plays that clip. They always come back and say, ‘Fauci was responsible for closing schools.’ I had nothing to do [with school closures] – I mean, let’s get down to the facts,” Fauci boomed.
“The facts?” Hm. Like those “facts” regarding masks from emails before the pandemic, yet Fauci pushed them anyway?
Like the “facts” about gain of function research?
Like the “facts” about lockdowns being highly ineffective for containing the virus, at least Western-style lockdowns, yet they proceeded for close to two years anyway?
Said lockdowns were far more effective at crushing small business than crushing a virus.
Yet Karl played along, like the good little globalist earning 7 figures for shilling propaganda would in today’s world.
“You’re not the head of a school board,” Karl nudged the ailing public “servant.”
“Exactly,” Fauci expressed with relief.
Head of the school board, he isn’t, though he would be a lot less dangerous if he were.
After all, considering his breathtaking lack of grasp with reality, as a veritable treasure trove of his support for school closures is available online.
For instance, Jordan Schachtel notes Fauci’s commentary as of August 4, 2020.
“There may be some areas where the level of virus is so high that it would not be prudent to bring children back to school,” Fauci intoned.
Gee. That’s real hardcore support of traditional learning.
However, apparently Fauci played his part in stopping education for two years so the Dems could come up with some new CRT/LGBTQ curriculum that optimally supplants basic skills in the maths and sciences.
Speaking of the maths and sciences, it appears that Fauci is quite pleased with himself for making a “name” for his brand well into his 80s, which was evident by his boasts to Mr. Karl.
“I was pretty well known among my peers in science, but certainly not to the extent it is now,” Fauci gloated.
Gee, you don’t say.
It helps when the media lionizes one person while demonizing Trump on the other.
However, Fauci was astute enough to realize that his fame came at the cost of severe division, so he masterfully attempted to rewrite history, yet again, with Mr. Karl, when describing the conflicting reactions he received from the nation.
Really, two conflicting reactions: One side prefers enslavement by government, wheras the other does not.
“You know, I actually think both extremes, Jon, are aberrations of a reflection of the divisiveness in our country,” Fauci intoned.
Right. As “reflected” in your $10M+ payday.
And, apparently, Fauci used part of that payday to purchase pillows of … himself.
As reported by The Daily Wire, Fauci has apparently decided that pillows of his own face, likely rejuvenated with top-of-the line fillers not produced in Wuhan, constitute a great “investment.”
“Dr. Anthony Fauci, who botched America’s response to the COVID pandemic, has an ego so big he has a pillow on an armchair in his living room with a picture of himself,” the outlet noted.
What a prudent use of millions of dollars pilfered from taxpayers.
Author: Ofelia Thornton