‘“Whether you’ve met him personally or not, he has touched all Americans’…’ Joe Biden on his chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci


Anthony Fauci praises New York’s coronavirus response: ‘They did it correctly’

The states that FAILED to protect people from COVID

Proof that blue states DID fail their people during pandemic: Harsh lockdowns caused huge deaths rates, ruined kids’ education and destroyed business, bombshell research

‘We hope the results of this study will persuade governors not to close schools and businesses the next time we have a new virus variant.’

New York, California, New Jersey and Illinois were joined in the bottom ten for overall performance by New Mexico, Maryland, Nevada, Connecticut and Pennsylvania

NY, Calif. failed in handling of COVID – New York Post

Fauci calls Florida lift on restaurant restrictions ‘very concerning’

Sep 28, 2020 – “Now is the time, actually, to double down a bit,” Fauci said…

Fauci criticizes DeSantis for lack of school mask mandates …

Aug 12, 2021: Fauci tells Local 10 he’s ‘concerned about all of Florida’

Florida’s COVID Policies Defied the Media’s Narrative – Reason.com

Jan 20, 2022 – Florida did better even though Florida has more high-risk old people.


...for all the lives his ideas cost and all the needless pain they inflicted, Fauci has not been — and looks likely never to be — held accountable

Opinion

[Fauci’s] tactics accomplished nothing. The United States did worse on overall COVID outcomes than did Sweden, which never closed schools nor implemented other draconian policies. 

Good riddance to dangerous Dr. Fauci

By Post Editorial Board August 22, 2022

“Whether you’ve met him personally or not, he has touched all Americans’ lives with his work,” President Joe Biden said of news that his chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci, is finally retiring.

Biden’s only too right — tragically. Fauci’s COVID guidance was disastrous.

Fauci, now 81, initially greeted COVID by insisting it wasn’t a “major threat,” only to flip almost overnight into a strident hawk. 

He demanded contact tracing, a measure as costly as it was useless. He called for economic shutdowns and national school closures. He ridiculed efforts to focus protective efforts narrowly on the truly vulnerable — the elderly and the immunocompromised.

He mocked the idea that people who recovered from COVID had some degree of natural immunity (after having once proposed it himself). And he did all this even as he doubted in private the efficacy of masks and the existence of asymptomatic spread.

His overgrown ego, in short, led him to promote the most destructive federal and state policies in recent US memory. And as of late July he was still at it, saying we should’ve had “much more stringent restrictions” to fight asymptomatic COVID spread in 2020. 

This, when his tactics accomplished nothing. The United States did worse on overall COVID outcomes than did Sweden, which never closed schools nor implemented other draconian policies. 

Yet Fauci’s chief sin likely came before COVID even reached these shores: As chief of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, he championed and oversaw funding for labs in China that performed gain-of-function research on viruses. Then, as the face of the nation’s coronavirus response, he joined the drive to render unmentionable the idea that the virus might have leaked from that Wuhan lab. 

And for all the lives his ideas cost and all the needless pain they inflicted, Fauci has not been — and looks likely never to be — held accountable

In his own words, the good doctor is leaving to “pursue his next chapter.” For the sake of the world, we hope it’s focused on gardening. Fauci’s too dangerous to be anywhere near the levers of power. 

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