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As New Covid Variant Spreads, Fauci Crawls Back into Media Limelight to Push Panic and Lockdowns

As New Covid Variant Spreads, Fauci Crawls Back into Media Limelight to Push Panic and Lockdowns

Fears Senate-approved pandemic commission will distract him from his “work”.

Personally, I have enjoyed the past several weeks of media silence from White House coronavirus advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Sadly, the godlet is back i the news again. This time, he is pushing panic about a new variant of the Omicron variant of covid.

White House adviser Anthony Fauci is warning that COVID-19 infection rates are likely to rise in the next few weeks in the United States after their dramatic drop following the omicron variant’s rapid spread across the country.

“I would not be surprised if in the next few weeks, we see somewhat of either a flattening of our diminution or maybe even an increase,” Fauci said on the ABC News podcast “Start Here,” ABC News reported.

“Whether or not that is going to lead to another surge, a mini-surge or maybe even a moderate surge, is very unclear because there are a lot of other things that are going on right now,” he added.

Cases have fallen heavily across the nation over the last two months, with the average number of new cases totally just over 30,000.

The BA.2 variant turns out to be a a more transmissible strain of omicron, which is a more mild variant of the original strains of covid. It now represents around 23% of all cases in the U.S.

What’s known as BA.2 — a sub-lineage of Omicron — now makes up nearly a quarter of new COVID infections nationwide.

The CDC says it’s particularly a problem in New York and New Jersey, where 39% of the virus in circulation is BA.2.

It’s also dominating new case worldwide, and some countries are facing a renewed surge of infects, just as they move to lift pandemic restrictions.

In other words, the virus is behaving like a now-endemic respiratory virus that is morphing into strains that will ultimately be lumped into the “common cold“.

Those 2 weeks of media silence must have been horrific for Fauci. Clearly, he longs for the days of the daily Coronavirus Task Force press briefings.

It is the only rational explanation for his wish-projection that this nation will lockdown again over any variant of covid.

America’s top infectious-disease expert warned that the country could face more COVID-19 lockdowns if cases go up once again due to the latest variant, even as the most cautious begin to shrug off their virus fears once-and-for-all.

Dr Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease and adviser to President Joe Biden, said easing restrictions, the waning protection from vaccines and the rise of the BA.2 subvariant around the world could bring on another wave of rising infections to the U.S.

‘If in fact we do see a turnaround and a resurgence, we have to be able to pivot and go back to any degree of mitigation that is commensurate with what the situation is,’ Fauci said in a CNN interview on Thursday.

‘We can’t just say, ‘We’re done. We’re going to move on.’ We’ve got to be able to be flexible because we’re dealing with a dynamic situation.’

I had a chance to review this situation on Canto Talk during the annual St. Patrick’s Day show. I suspect that Americans will not willingly be lockdown again for any disease short of the Black Death or smallpox.

One last item, to round out the news of Fauci. It appears he may be worried about the 9-11-style commission on the nation’s response to the pandemic that was just approved by the US Senate.

Fauci claims that it will distract him…from doing his job.

“It’s Benghazi hearings all over again,” Fauci said, referring to the GOP-led investigations of Hillary Clinton’s leadership of the State Department during the 2012 attacks on U.S. compounds in Libya. That long-running investigation found no new evidence of wrongdoing by Clinton but was a staple of conservative media for years.

“They’ll try to beat me up in public, and there’ll be nothing there,” Fauci added. “But it will distract me from doing my job, the way it’s doing right now.”

If the Senate can distract Fauci from pushing panic lockdowns, then that will be the most worthwhile action that body has taken in quite some time.

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Comments

Will no one rid us of this meddlesome priest?

Cases haven’t fallen.

They just stop testing and getting the insane false positives.

In an ABSOLUTELY SHOCKING COINCIDENCE, people stopped running out and getting tested when they stopped getting paid to sit at home doing nothing after a positive test.

keep in mind that with masking that a lot of us haven’t been exposed to as much of the innocuous stuff for two years, so expect alot of rhinovirus sneezing in the next couple of months as people get to live the cold-and flu seasons that they have avoided for two years. Only a matter of time before someone sneezes in public and gets shot as a “spreader.”

Oh, and we are coming up on the 76th anniversary of the beginning of the baby boom so with a 20% boost in births, we can expect a 20% increase in the deaths of those around 76 years old. Expect this natural statistical increase in humans of certain age to be be incorporated into the already inflated number of death attributed to WuFlu, where I am guessing 10% died due to WuFlu and 90% just happened to die “with” WuFlu.

Medical Science has made the Climate Science people look like amateurs. 🙁

I notice people invloved in the war in Ukraine are not wearing masks nor social distancing. Aren’t they taking a huge chance? Why don’t they all have COVIDs by now?

Read elsewhere mouthy Fauci is thinking about retirement. Great!

So long as he doesn’t pull a “Brady” on us.

    gonzotx in reply to MrE. | March 19, 2022 at 4:26 pm

    He should pay for what he has done

      At the very least. I fear “retirement” will be seen as a kind of immunity for him. That issue was debated before the 2nd Trump impeachment. Hopefully, someone with balls will point out that Trump being out of office didn’t spare him of an impeachment trial, and go hard after Fauci.

healthguyfsu | March 19, 2022 at 4:58 pm

Fauci it could go down, flatten, or rise.

Well yes that covers all the options, genius.

Fauci once asked President Trump if he would let him be surgeon general when he retired. And Trump said, “Maybe 2ndLt.”

I’m rooting for Fauci to get back in favor with the Biden administration and be front and center all the way till the election.

I want all Fauci, all the time, on all networks. Pre-empt Putin taking a crap on Ukranians each news hour for Fauci.

REMIND America who has been running the country for the past 2 years.

The Obama,Biden/Maidan/Slavic Spring since 2014 in progress, or the Biden/Mengele Mandates/Cargo Cults in 2021, and 2022. Democracy dies in darkness h/t WaPo. Demos-cracy is aborted at the Twilight Fringe. Think of the Baby Lives Matter (BLM)… fetal technical term of arts!

    n.n in reply to n.n. | March 19, 2022 at 6:10 pm

    re: Demos-cracy is aborted at the Twilight Fringe.

    h/t Progressive Church, Clinic, Corporation (PC)

This man’s name and face evoke nausea.

If the GOP wins the House, hearings must be held to hold this rat accountable for his corruption – and investigate his Pelosi-like sudden jump in wealth over the past 2 years,

Don’t count on Kevin McCarthy to do it, if he hogs the Speaker position. McCarthy is interchangable with Boehner.

Imagine, if he had 1) promoted Vitamin D supplementation, and 2) acknowledged that Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin might be useful against COVID, and 3) followed the science, which says that masks don’t help inhibit the spread of respiratory viruses.

We have paid a heavy price for trusting Fauci’s judgment.

Frank Hammond | March 19, 2022 at 10:00 pm

The Radical Leftist Covidians in Chicago would lock down in a second and celebrate it. These are the same Saint Fauci followers who wear masks walking outside by themselves. For them, Covid will never be over.

MajorWood: we can expect a 20% increase in the deaths of those around 76 years old.

When calculating demographics, the changes in various age cohorts is certainly considered by researchers. Among those who have died of COVID, the average loss of expected life is about 14 years.

Valerie: Imagine, if he had 1) promoted Vitamin D supplementation, and 2) acknowledged that Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin might be useful against COVID, and 3) followed the science, which says that masks don’t help inhibit the spread of respiratory viruses.

While Vitamin D is a necessary vitamin, that alone would not have prevented the vast majority of COVID deaths. Controlled trials of Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin have failed to show efficacy against COVID. Fauci is one of the most cited scientists in medicine.

I still can’t believe people around the world got tricked into believing the common cold is a pandemic.

Suckers are born every minute.

texansamurai | March 21, 2022 at 8:15 am

“fool me once…………”

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