Is Fauci On His Way Out?

I have written several articles on Dr. Fauci. A list of the links have been provided at the bottom of this article for your convenience. This article will, however address different aspects on Dr. Fauci’s career. Links for Dr. Fauci are also provided.

Exclusive Poll: Fauci Losing Support


  The Topline: An exclusive Morning Wire poll from the Trafalgar Group reveals that a growing number of Americans now think Dr. Anthony Fauci should resign from his post.    Quote Of The Day: “We really cannot have the CDC adjudicating on every aspect of American life using policies that were based on previous variants that were more dangerous.” – Dr. Marty Makary, Johns Hopkins University       Tom Williams/Contributor/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images   Exclusive Poll   While Dr. Fauci was generally held in high regard at the beginning of the pandemic, his popularity has waned in the past year. A new poll from the Trafalgar Group, exclusively for Morning Wire, shows that 46.3% of Americans say he should resign his position and allow new leadership.    Only 17% of Democrats said Fauci should resign, but 76% of Republicans want him to leave his job.    Many people have said that the displeasure with Dr. Fauci is based on party affiliation, but 58% of Independents said they think he should resign.    Potential Reasons   A lot of the frustration aimed at Dr. Fauci appears to stem from a perception of shifting standards, such as his rhetoric on masks, vaccines, and social distancing. His popularity also seems to have dropped after his contentious appearances before Congress where he appeared to lie about the government’s role in funding Gain of Function research in China.   In general, many Americans say they feel as if Dr. Fauci and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have moved the goalposts on what it will take to end the pandemic. When the vaccine was introduced, their initial messaging was that as more people got the vaccine, cases would go down and society would start reopening. Last week, however, as millions of Americans continued to test positive, the CDC issued new guidelines.   Dr. Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins University told Morning Wire the medical community has also started to become frustrated with Dr. Fauci as he and other public health officials focus on political talking points instead of spreading information about alternative treatments and natural immunity.

According to Human Events Senior Editor Jack Posobiec, White House staffers are actively discussing an exit strategy for Dr. Fauci.

This comes after a FOIA Request forced Dr. Fauci’s emails to be dumped all over the internet.

Dr. Fauci on track for annual retirement payout up to $350K: report

If Dr. Anthony Fauci ever decides to call it quits, the White House chief medical adviser will walk away with a golden parachute worth up to $350,000 per year — the largest federal retirement package ever, according to a report by Forbes.

The eye-popping amount reportedly does not include annual cost-of-living increases to Fauci’s pension and benefits.

Fauci, who turned 81 on Christmas Eve, has worked for the government for 55 years and was paid $434,312 in 2020, making him the highest-compensated federal employee.

That amount represented a 4 percent bump on Fauci’s 2019 salary of $417,608, according to federalpay.org.

Fauci, who has headed up the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, got a huge salary boost — deemed a “permanent pay adjustment” — during the George W. Bush administration for his biodefense work. 

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Dr. Anthony Fauci’s salary increased by 68 percent from 2004 to 2007.

He went from making a $200,000 salary in 2004 to $335,000 in 2007, a 68 percent increase.

Federal employees who worked as long as Fauci can earn “80 percent of [their] high-3 average salary, plus credit for [their] sick leave” when they retire, Forbes said, citing the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.

Fauci’s 2021 salary has yet to be published, and Forbes said it had filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit in November for the pay information.

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Fauci is the highest-compensated federal employee, making $434,312 last year.

Forbes used the last three available years of Fauci’s salary — he also made $399,625 in 2018 — to calculate his potential retirement benefits. 

“If he’d left federal service at the end of FY2020, figuring 80 [percent] of his highest three-year average, would mean a federal pension of $333,745 a year, plus cost-of-living increases (($1,251,545/3) x 80% = $333,745),” Forbes estimated.

Fauci also is likely eligible to receive an annuity payment that applies to federal employees who serve more than 10 years. That would amount to an additional $8,344 per year.

The Forbes report noted that Fauci’s 2021 and 2022 salaries will likely be the same as or even higher than his 2020 salary, potentially boosting his base retirement pay to around $347,500 a year.

Fauci told ABC News’ Jonathan Karl on “This Week” Dec. 19 that he has no plans to retire anytime soon.

“There’s no way I’m going to walk away from this until we get this under control. I mean, that’s the purpose of what we do. That’s — that’s our mission in life. In the middle of it, I’m not going to walk away​,” he said.

“You know, we’re in a war, Jon. It’s kind of like we’re halfway through World War II, and you decide, ‘Well, I think I’ve had enough of this. I’m walking away​,’” Fauci continued. ​”You can’t do that. You’ve got to finish it, and we’re going to finish this and get back to normal.”

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Fauci does not plan on retiring soon. “There’s no way I’m going to walk away from this until we get this under control.” he said.

Kari Lake Wants to Lock Dr. Fauci Up

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According to the political left, Dr. Anthony Fauci is the “most trusted man in America.” And yet, it seems fewer and fewer people actually think of him as anything close to trustworthy or even honest. In fact, if it were up to one up-and-coming politician, Dr. Fauci would be locked up.

Enter former Fox News anchor Kari Lake, who is now running a very successful campaign in her home state of Arizona to be governor. Like most of us out here in the real world and in our right mind, Lake knows that lockdowns and mandates are only hurting our country, causing massive economical issues and a supply chain crisis that has been ongoing for months now.

And so, should she be elected as governor, she has promised that no mandates or lockdowns will be put in place or kept in her state. When she said this at a recent rally in Florence, Arizona, with former President Donald Trump at her side, the crowd was rolling with excitement, as well they should.

But what really got them animated was what she said just after promising no lockdowns.

She said, “Actually, let me revise that just a little bit. I want to lock somebody down, and it’s that liar, Dr. Fauci.”

And the crowd went wild.

Almost immediately, “Lock him up” could be heard being chanted by the audience.

Lake continued, saying that Fauci is “bad news” and that her “BS meter” starts measuring off the charts “whenever he opens his mouth.”

And to be sure, she isn’t the only one who has lost all faith in Fauci over the years he has seemingly presided over the coronavirus pandemic in the United States.

Take a former defender of Fauci and physician Dr. Drew Pinsky, for example.

Apparently, Fauci and Pinsky used to be what some would call friends, or at the very least respecting colleagues. However, as Fauci has continually proved that he cannot or will not tell the truth regarding COVID-19, Pinsky has lost all trust in the man.

For Pinsky, what really did it for him was his lies to Congress about gain-of-function research that Fauci was involved with back in Wuhan, China, where the infamous virus originated. As he explained in November, Fauci took the stand in front of Congress on several occasions, and “whenever they would ask him about the gain-of-function or funding – he would be like, ‘I’m confused. What are you talking about?’”

But now that he’s supposedly won over the American people and the White House, Fauci recently opened up and admitted that “we did fund change viral function.”

And just like that, Pinsky has lost all respect for him.

For another colleague and one of America’s foremost experts on vaccines, Dr. Robert Malone, Fauci’s lack of integrity has always been there. In fact, as he told Fox News once, it’s actually become something of a joke in the medical community. He said, “We just shrug our shoulders and shake our heads and say, ‘It’s Fauci.”

However, this joke has turned into something of a nightmare in recent months, with Fauci’s ability to lie so effortlessly now putting millions of American lives and livelihoods at risk.

And so, more and more of us are turning on him.

GOP Senator Roger Marshall of Kansas is one such soul. He and several others have begun to figure out that all of Fauci’s lies have a commonality; they have been used to protect himself from losing the riches and power he has gained in recent years.

For instance, Marshall recently pointed out that Fauci is now the “highest-paid employee in the entire federal government” and, as such, likely has quite a bit of inside knowledge that could be used for financial benefits. You know, like which medically related stocks and bonds are succeeding and which ones aren’t.

Naturally, Marshall wants to know if Fauci has used his influence in such a way. But, of course, when he recently asked Fauci about the possibility, the only answer the doctor could give was to call Marshall a “moron.”

No wonder those like Lake are having a hard time believing anything he says or even does. Fauci better live it up now because once the GOP regains control, he just might find himself locked up…

How can this top government-appointed bureaucrat have any respect for human life! For shame, Doer of Devil’s Work, Dr. Fauci!

‘Devil’ Dr. Fauci Outs Himself At Congress

Though there was no Charlie Daniels singing about it, The Devil came to Congress yesterday in the person of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) head pooh-bah and Chief Medical Advisor to the Leader of The West,  Dr. Anthony (“I-am-Science)  Fauci.

Fauci, grinning ear to ear like the proverbial Cheshire Cat when he laid into Senator Rand Paul, accusing him of money being the primary reason for speaking out against him, preened up his bedraggled drooping feathers for the cameras.

Fauci was less than “scientific” when smearing fellow scientists

But it wasn’t while the cameras were on him that Fauci was at his conceited best,  but rather when he was caught cursing over a hot mic.

Social media is ablaze today with the unprofessional way he expostulated: ”What a moron!” immediately following his clash with GOP Sen. Roger Marshall.

That unprofessional remark only proved what Sen. Rand Paul had said earlier when suggesting that the haughty Fauci was less than “scientific” when smearing fellow scientists.

Fauci took the name of Our Lord and Savior in vain

Completely missed by Fauci Democrat defenders and social media was that in the same breath Fauci took the name of Our Lord and Savior in vain.


How can this top government-appointed bureaucrat have any respect for human life!

EXODUS 20: And God spoke all these words:
 “I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery.
 “You shall have no other gods before[a] me.
 “You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below.
 You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me,
 but showing love to a thousand generations of those who love me and keep my commandments.
 “You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God, for the Lord will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.”

Got that. Fauci?!

Long a legend in his own overrated mind, Fauci has no respect for the Name of God’s “only begotten beloved Son”—using His Holy and Revered Name in vain—right on the floor of Congress!

How can this top government-appointed bureaucrat have any respect for human life!

For shame, Doer of Devil’s Work, Dr. Fauci!

President Joe Biden should relieve Dr. Anthony Fauci of his duties at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, as chief medical adviser to the White House, and as the public face of the American government’s response to Covid-19.

It is past time for public-health policy to shift to acknowledging that Covid-19 is an endemic disease and, for the most part, a risk for individuals to manage. Fauci stands in the way of executing that shift and communicating it to the public.

Fauci’s own behavior has undermined public trust in the response to the pandemic: by sitting for celebrity puff profiles and documentaries, by stifling public debate about the origins of Covid-19 and the proper response to it, by responding in lawyerly and evasive fashion to questions about NIH research dollars supporting work at the Wuhan lab. In his nasty spats with Senator Rand Paul and other officeholders, he hasn’t simply parried criticisms but tried to land political blows himself.

It has always been bizarre that the head of an obscure agency has soaked up so much media attention. Over the past two years, Fauci has done so many interviews with so many outlets — from Sunday shows to obscure podcasts — that one wonders how he had time for his day job. Nearly everyone in Washington enjoys being in front of a microphone, but even the most shameless media hogs might blush at Fauci’s interview schedule. It would be one thing if Fauci were merely delivering updates on the state of Covid. But he has gone way beyond that and delved into pure self-promotion. How did the appearance of Fauci on the cover of InStyle, sitting by the pool in sunglasses, declaring, “With all due modesty, I think I’m pretty effective,” advance public health?

Fauci has been subject to unfair attacks and deranged threats, and made the subject of hysterical “plandemic” conspiracy theories. He deserved none of these. He arguably played a valuable role in the early stages of the pandemic, when many Americans found him a comforting voice. He was an experienced doctor and public-health official who had served every president since Ronald Reagan, and he had passed through and learned from the political storms and medical uncertainties of the AIDS crisis. When President Trump was inconstant, was inattentive, or seemed to wish away the crisis, Fauci presented a sober, reassuring confidence in the power of scientific inquiry to help us navigate this crisis.

But that was a long time ago. By his own admission, Fauci misleads the public. When trying to explain why, before he adopted them for himself, he had disparaged the use of cloth masks, he explained that people in the public-health community were trying to preserve masks for front-line workers. “There’s no reason to be walking around with a mask,” he said in March 2020. “When you’re in the middle of an outbreak, wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better, and it might even block a droplet, but it’s not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is. And, often, there are unintended consequences — people keep fiddling with the mask, and they keep touching their face.” He did not trust the public to restrain themselves. Score this as a lie and a slur. This was a public that was already making wrenching, unthinkable sacrifices — with Americans forgoing the funerals of loved ones, surrendering their jobs, and closing down their businesses — in an attempt to meet the ultimately unrealistic task public health had set for them of stopping the spread of Covid-19. They deserved candor.

Fauci Must Go

Dr. Anthony Fauci answers questions during a Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee hearing to examine the federal response to Covid-19 in Washington, D.C., January 11, 2022. (Greg Nash/Pool via Reuters)

President Joe Biden should relieve Dr. Anthony Fauci of his duties at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, as chief medical adviser to the White House, and as the public face of the American government’s response to Covid-19.

Fauci’s own behavior has undermined public trust in the response to the pandemic: by sitting for celebrity puff profiles and documentaries, by stifling public debate about the origins of Covid-19 and the proper response to it, by responding in lawyerly and evasive fashion to questions about NIH research dollars supporting work at the Wuhan lab. In his nasty spats with Senator Rand Paul and other officeholders, he hasn’t simply parried criticisms but tried to land political blows himself.

It has always been bizarre that the head of an obscure agency has soaked up so much media attention. Over the past two years, Fauci has done so many interviews with so many outlets — from Sunday shows to obscure podcasts — that one wonders how he had time for his day job. Nearly everyone in Washington enjoys being in front of a microphone, but even the most shameless media hogs might blush at Fauci’s interview schedule. It would be one thing if Fauci were merely delivering updates on the state of Covid. But he has gone way beyond that and delved into pure self-promotion. How did the appearance of Fauci on the cover of InStyle, sitting by the pool in sunglasses, declaring, “With all due modesty, I think I’m pretty effective,” advance public health?

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Fauci has been subject to unfair attacks and deranged threats, and made the subject of hysterical “plandemic” conspiracy theories. He deserved none of these. He arguably played a valuable role in the early stages of the pandemic, when many Americans found him a comforting voice. He was an experienced doctor and public-health official who had served every president since Ronald Reagan, and he had passed through and learned from the political storms and medical uncertainties of the AIDS crisis. When President Trump was inconstant, was inattentive, or seemed to wish away the crisis, Fauci presented a sober, reassuring confidence in the power of scientific inquiry to help us navigate this crisis.All Our Opinion in Your Inbox

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But that was a long time ago. By his own admission, Fauci misleads the public. When trying to explain why, before he adopted them for himself, he had disparaged the use of cloth masks, he explained that people in the public-health community were trying to preserve masks for front-line workers. “There’s no reason to be walking around with a mask,” he said in March 2020. “When you’re in the middle of an outbreak, wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better, and it might even block a droplet, but it’s not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is. And, often, there are unintended consequences — people keep fiddling with the mask, and they keep touching their face.” He did not trust the public to restrain themselves. Score this as a lie and a slur. This was a public that was already making wrenching, unthinkable sacrifices — with Americans forgoing the funerals of loved ones, surrendering their jobs, and closing down their businesses — in an attempt to meet the ultimately unrealistic task public health had set for them of stopping the spread of Covid-19. They deserved candor.

In a December 2020 interview with the New York Times, Fauci acknowledged that he had been continuously shifting the goalposts on when he thought herd immunity to Covid-19 might be reached. Reporter Donald McNeil Jr. correctly characterized this change as being based “partly on [Fauci’s] gut feeling that the country is finally ready to hear what he really thinks.”

This pattern of intentional deceit is totally unbecoming for a public servant. Trying to shape or manipulate public opinion and behavior is not the job of public-health experts; their job is to clearly and candidly inform a self-governing people and their representatives. Trust works only if it goes two ways. A free, curious, and inquisitive people subjected to this behavior from their leaders will naturally recoil at other government claims about vaccines or therapeutics.

Fauci has peremptorily dismissed criticism of his work as criticism of science itself. The effect has been to bring science into disrepute. Fauci participated in and amplified the smoke-and-mirrors public-relations campaign launched by EcoHealth Alliance’s Dr. Peter Daszak to rule out the lab-leak theory of Covid-19 as a conspiracy theory. Subsequent email leaks and FOIA requests have shown Fauci acting more like the head of a cartel of scientific experts.

A post-pandemic investigation should determine whether the American and global-health response to the pandemic was stymied and slowed because of the prejudices and hobbyhorses of a handful of bureaucrats in Washington, including Dr. Fauci, who control the distribution of $32 billion annually. These dollars fund nearly all of the lifeblood of biomedical inquiry, money that pays even the salaries of low-level biology professors.

Fauci’s political dispositions shape his alarmism and discredited him with a large swath of the country that any viable public-health strategy has to be able to reach. He denounced people for attending college-football games in a region of the country where Covid was in seasonal decline. No outbreak materialized. He’s been under fire from Republican senators and House members and has handled it increasingly poorly — he was caught on a hot mic calling Senator Roger Marshall a “moron” during a Senate hearing last week.

Fauci’s claim that he himself “represents the science” and his admitted deceptions of the public are incompatible with each other and intolerably insolent to boot. Most important, they subvert and undermine American self-government. He must go.

Conclusion

While the number of Fauci detractors continues to increase, his supporters on the left still seem to have faith in him. Or should I say he is still of service to them, because he becomes a liability or an embarrassment he will be booted out the door. It appears that he will not eave on his own. He just appears to like the lime light too much. I have included a article that I came across while researching this article that I felt was germain to this subject. It also helps to show the duplicitousness of his nature, since unlike Biden I don’t believe he has lost his mental capacity. He seems to have neglected to mention that he approved Hydroxychloroquine 15 years ago for SARS-CoV-2, I am sure this was an honest mistake. LOL

Resources

thedailywire.com, “Exclusive Poll: Fauci Losing Support”; nypost.com, “Dr. Fauci on track for annual retirement payout up to $350K: report.” By Mark Moore; libertyhorn.com, “Kari Lake Wants to Lock Dr. Fauci Up”; canadafreepress.com, “How can this top government-appointed bureaucrat have any respect for human life! For shame, Doer of Devil’s Work, Dr. Fauci! ‘Devil’ Dr. Fauci Outs Himself At Congress.” By Judi McLeod; nationalreview.com, “Fauci Must Go.” By The Editors; goldengeofgaia.com, “Dr. Fauci Approved Hydroxychloroquine 15 Years Ago to Cure Coronaviruses.” By Steve Beckow; “COVID-19 and the Global Preditors: We are the Prey.” By Peter R. Breggin MD. and Ginger Ross Breggin;

Addendum

Dr. Fauci Approved Hydroxychloroquine 15 Years Ago to Cure Coronaviruses

True Pundit, July 12, 2020

(https://truepundit.com/deadly-cover-up-fauci-approved-hydroxychloroquine-15-years-ago-to-cure-coronaviruses-nobody-needed-to-die/)

Dr. Anthony Fauci, whose “expert” advice to President Trump has resulted in the complete shutdown of the greatest economic engine in world history, has known since 2005 that chloroquine is an effective inhibitor of coronaviruses.

How did he know this? Because of research done by the National Institutes of Health, of which he is the director. In connection with the SARS outbreak – caused by a coronavirus dubbed SARS- CoV – the NIH researched chloroquine and concluded that it was effective at stopping the SARS coronavirus in its tracks. The COVID-19 bug is likewise a coronavirus, labeled SARS-CoV-2. While not exactly the same virus as SARS-CoV-1, it is genetically related to it, and shares 79% of its genome, as the name SARS-CoV-2 implies. They both use the same host cell receptor, which is what viruses use to gain entry to the cell and infect the victim.

The Virology Journal – the official publication of Dr. Fauci’s National Institutes of Health – published what is now a blockbuster article on August 22, 2005, under the heading – get ready for this – “Chloroquine is a potent inhibitor of SARS coronavirus infection and spread.” (Emphasis mine throughout.) Write the researchers, “We report…that chloroquine has strong antiviral effects on SARS-CoV infection of primate cells. These inhibitory effects are observed when the cells are treated with the drug either before or after exposure to the virus, suggesting both prophylactic and therapeutic advantage.”

This means, of course, that Dr. Fauci has known for 15 years that chloroquine and it’s even milder derivative hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) will not only treat a current case of coronavirus (“therapeutic”) but prevent future cases (“prophylactic”). So HCQ functions as both a cure and a vaccine. In other words, it’s a wonder drug for coronavirus. Said Dr. Fauci’s NIH in 2005, “concentrations of 10 μM completely abolished SARS-CoV infection.” Fauci’s researchers add, “chloroquine can effectively reduce the establishment of infection and spread of SARS-CoV.”

Dr. Didier Raoult, the Anthony Fauci of France, had such spectacular success using HCQ to treat victims of SARS-CoV-2 that he said way back on February 25 that “it’s game over” for coronavirus.

He and a team of researchers reported that the use of HCQ administered with both azithromycin and zinc cured 79 of 80 patients with only “rare and minor” adverse events. “In conclusion,” these researchers write, “we confirm the efficacy of hydroxychloroquine associated with azithromycin in the treatment of COVID-19 and its potential effectiveness in the early impairment of contagiousness.”

The highly-publicized VA study that purported to show HCQ was ineffective showed nothing of the sort. HCQ wasn’t administered until the patients were virtually on their deathbeds when research indicates it should be prescribed as soon as symptoms are apparent. Plus, HCQ was administered without azithromycin and zinc, which form the cocktail that makes it supremely effective. At-risk individuals need to receive the HCQ cocktail at the first sign of symptoms.

But Governor Andrew Cuomo banned the use of HCQ in the entire state of New York on March 6, the Democrat governors of Nevada and Michigan soon followed suit, and by March 28 the whole country was under incarceration-in-place fatwas.

Nothing happened with regard to the use of HCQ in the U.S. until March 20, when President Trump put his foot down and insisted that the FDA consider authorizing HCQ for off-label use to treat SARS-CoV-2.

On March 23, Dr. Vladimir Zelenko reported that he had treated around 500 coronavirus patients with HCQ and had seen an astonishing 100% success rate. That’s not the “anecdotal” evidence Dr. Fauci sneers at, but actual results with real patients in clinical settings.

“Since last Thursday, my team has treated approximately 350 patients in Kiryas Joel and another 150 patients in other areas of New York with the above regimen. Of this group and the information provided to me by affiliated medical teams, we have had ZERO deaths, ZERO hospitalizations, and ZERO intubations. In addition, I have not heard of any negative side effects other than approximately 10% of patients with temporary nausea and diarrhea.”

Said Dr. Zelenko:

“If you scale this nationally, the economy will rebound much quicker. The country will open again. And let me tell you a very important point. This treatment costs about $20. That’s very important because you can scale that nationally. If every treatment costs $20,000, that’s not so good.

All I’m doing is repurposing old, available drugs which we know their safety profiles, and using them in a unique combination in an outpatient setting.”

The questions are disturbing to a spectacular degree. If Dr. Fauci has known since 2005 of the effectiveness of HCQ, why hasn’t it been administered immediately after people show symptoms, as Dr. Zelenko has done? Maybe then nobody would have died and nobody would have been incarcerated in place except the sick, which is who a quarantine is for in the first place. To paraphrase Jesus, it’s not the symptom-free who need HCQ but the sick. And they need it at the first sign of symptoms.

While the regressive health care establishment wants the HCQ cocktail to only be administered late in the course of the infection, from a medical standpoint, this is stupid. Said one doctor, “As a physician, this baffles me. I can’t think of a single infectious condition — bacterial, fungal, or viral — where the best medical treatment is to delay the use of an anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, or anti-viral until the infection is far advanced.”

So why has Dr. Fauci minimized and dismissed HCQ at every turn instead of pushing this thing from jump street? He didn’t even launch clinical trials of HCQ until April 9, by which time 33,000 people had died.

Dr. Fauci Postings
https://common-sense-in-america.com/2020/10/15/where-do-the-loyalties-of-the-cdc-lie/
https://common-sense-in-america.com/2020/10/01/is-dr-fauci-a-devil-or-an-angel/
https://common-sense-in-america.com/2020/07/30/is-the-fda-big-pharma-and-appropriately-and-dr-fauci-playing-god/
https://common-sense-in-america.com/2020/06/21/dr-fauci-revisited-sour-grapes/
https://common-sense-in-america.com/2020/09/30/fauci-and-hiv-and-now-coronavirus-sounds-like-dejavu/
https://common-sense-in-america.com/2021/10/29/one-on-one-with-dr-fauci/
https://common-sense-in-america.com/2022/01/20/is-fauci-on-his-way-out/