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Dr. Fauci to Give Virtual Commencement Speech at Emory University

Dr. Fauci to Give Virtual Commencement Speech at Emory University

“comes despite the fact that Emory will be inviting all graduating students, plus two guests, to physically attend the event”

https://youtu.be/d4lyvKXUup4

Fauci will probably get a standing ovation. The left worships him as a hero.

Campus Reform reports:

Fauci to virtually address in-person commencement ceremonies

The Chief Medical Advisor to the President, Dr. Anthony Fauci, is slated to give a virtual commencement speech at Emory University’s in-person graduation ceremony.

Dr. Fauci’s virtual appearance comes despite the fact that Emory will be inviting all graduating students, plus two guests, to physically attend the event. Though the event will be entirely in person, save for Dr. Fauci’s speech, COVID restrictions will remain in place for the duration of the ceremony.

All attendees will be asked to maintain six feet of distance from others at all times, wear face masks, and refrain from eating or drinking water unless “medically necessary”, among other things.

Due to pandemic restrictions, all nine of Emory’s colleges and schools will hold separate graduation ceremonies between May 14 and May 16. Dr. Fauci is scheduled to give his address live May 16 and 10 a.m. On May 7, the university will hold “Modupe Dayo”, a graduation event “honoring the achievements of Black students” while “pay[ing] tribute to African ancestors and heritage.” A similar event will be held the following day for members “of the graduating Latinx community.”

Students who will not be graduating that day will have the opportunity to watch the speech online from home. Students at all ceremonies will be shown a prerecorded acceptance speech given by Dr.Fauci in honor of his being awarded Emory’s President’s Medal.

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alohahola | May 1, 2021 at 1:26 pm

Georgia, you are on my mind–and in my prayers.


 
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henrybowman | May 1, 2021 at 7:05 pm

Kellerman, Bellesiles, and now Fauci.
Emory certainly has a special place in its heart for frauds.

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