Literally no one was fooled when Dr. Fauci claimed that he would be retiring.
He may have stepped down from his enormously overpaid position in the government, after making multiple millions during the pandemic, but he rapidly acquired another overpaid position, in none other than the woke university system.
But hey, since Fauci is “the science,” as he declared before, apparently he believes that the next generation of woke college graduates should be trained under his guidance.
Now serving as a professor at the Georgetown University School of Medicine and McCourt School of Public Policy, Fauci has wasted no time in fantasizing about the next pandemic to strike the United States.
In an editorial for Science Translational Medicine, Fauci prattled on about the importance of not becoming “complacent” in the event of another virus emerging.
He goes as far as to claim people may be “surprised” by another pandemic, though no one will be if a pandemic suddenly emerges in the early months of 2024, just in time for more mail-in elections.
Of course, the next pandemic is proposed to be as deadly as ever, potentially on par with Ebola or other fatal illnesses.
“Despite the waning of the pandemic, we must not become complacent that the pandemic is behind us, because we have been surprised before by the emergence of new SARS-CoV-2 variants that have eluded the protection afforded by prior vaccination or infection,” Fauci rambled.
Yeah. Perhaps because the vaccines were experimental, at best, given that quadruple shot recipients seemed to catch COVID left and right.
Of course, Fauci proceeded to blame the public for “inconsistencies” regarding masking efforts, despite the fact multiple “scientific” studies have disputed the value of masks.
Especially cloth masks, that achieve nothing but greater protection for criminals during robberies, as their faces are obscured on CCTV footage.
“Inconsistencies in accepting and sustaining mitigation methods such as masking, distancing, and lockdowns caused confusion and lack of acceptance of public health recommendations,” Fauci rambled.
Yeah. Is it any surprise there was a “lack of acceptance” regarding recommendations that just happened to eat away at people’s basic civil liberties, starting with freedom of movement?
Moreover, since Fauci himself, not to mention countless politicians, routinely disregard “public health recommendations,” exactly how valuable were such recommendations in the first place?
“We can reflect on lessons that could reduce the likelihood that we will be ‘kept awake’ at night by another devastating, emergent pathogen,” Fauci continued.
With respect, Mr. Fauci, what keeps most Americans up at night is fear of another round of government-mandated lockdowns, which are clearly designed to dispirit and disempower.
Before January 2020, Fauci suspiciously claimed that what kept him up at night was “the possibility of the emergence of a brand-new pathogen, almost certainly a virus … [capable] of causing considerable morbidity and mortality.”
“For the past three years, we have all been living my worst nightmare,” Fauci proclaimed.
Awfully strange how Fauci’s “worst nightmare” happened to come true, especially when he served in a position that ostensibly enables him to manage the spread.
And, perhaps most predictably of all, Fauci began prattling on about the “next inevitable pandemic,” clearly already assessing the millions more he’ll make from empty speeches filled with “inconsistent” guidelines.
Hey, if the “inevitable pandemic” is akin to long-lasting Ebola, Fauci could really rake in the dough.
Author: Jane Jones