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Fauci Gets Covid

Fauci Gets Covid

A pandemic of schadenfreude that has just been unleashed.

Those of us who reported the unvarnished evidence on Covid risked being labeled ‘misinformation’ by various illegitimate so-called fact checkers.

My pieces on the likely lab-leak origin, the ineffectiveness of cloth masks, and how it would eventually morph into a mild disease that we would all get, were correct then and now.

The entire time, I am been swimming upstream against the social media campaign organized by covid czar and science godlet Dr. Anthony Fauci. As a reminder,

  • Fauci insisted that masks were great protection (after initially denying their effectiveness).
  • Fauci asserted that people should show proof of vaccination during holiday activities.
  • Fauci appeared to use his position to hide links between his National Institute and Health and the “gain of function” research at the Wuhnan Institute of Virology, which I believe is the likeliest source of the contagion.

Still, I persisted.

So, gentle reader, while I normally take no joy in anyone’s illness, I hope I can be forgiven the schadenfreude I feel over reporting that Fauci now is dealing with a covid infection.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases who President Joe Biden tapped as his pandemic tsar, has come down with covid.

The National Institutes of Health announced on Wednesday that Fauci, 81, tested positive for the virus on a rapid antigen test but has not had any recent contact with the president or any other senior officials.

Fauci is fully vaccinated against the virus, and has been boosted twice.

He currently has mild symptoms, and will continue to isolate from other government officials in the coming days. Fauci will only return to the NIH when he tests negative, it announced, and will continue to work from home.

He is getting Paxlovid, which is a drug usually reserved for high-risk cases, and continuing to work from home.

The institute told CNN that he is being treated with the antiviral medication Paxlovid.

NIAID said Fauci found out that he was positive on a rapid antigen test. The director will work from home and follow agency protocol, returning to the National Institutes of Health campus only after he tests negative.

Fauci was scheduled to speak Thursday at a hearing of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee on the status of the federal response to Covid-19 and plans to manage the pandemic. The agency said he will attend by videoconference.

Fauci has not had any close contact with Biden or other senior officials recently, the institute said.

Apparently, there is now a pandemic of schadenfreude that has just been unleashed.

I wish Fauci a speedy recovery from covid. I pray that our nation has a speedy recovery from Fauci.


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The virus has finally returned home to Mama. Perhaps the pandemic is over.

    Arminius in reply to Peabody. | June 15, 2022 at 11:55 pm

    Nobody is fully vaccinated against Covid. Nobody is partially vaccinated. We don’t have vaccines. It reminds me of Abraham Lincoln’s point when he jokingly asked, how many legs does a dog have if you call its tail a leg? 4 of course. Calling a tail a leg doesn’t make it one.

    Calling these experimental mRNA jabs vaccines doesn’t make them vaccines.

      dmacleo in reply to Arminius. | June 16, 2022 at 12:52 pm

      we got an old saying up here in Maine, courtesy of Tim Sample
      A cat can have kittens in an over, don’t make them biscuits.

      and why the hell would people down vote your comment??

        Olinser in reply to dmacleo. | June 16, 2022 at 2:10 pm

        Because there’s still a decent percent of people that simply can’t let go of the safety blanket of masks and vaccines, no matter how many times they’re proven to be bullshit.

        They’re the ones that are going to line up for the 10th booster while wearing 2 masks and still scream that the rest of us are endangering them.

      Valerie in reply to Arminius. | June 16, 2022 at 6:43 pm

      We have several vaccines against COVID. They include the MMR and DTP. That’s probably part of why our schoolchildren are insulators against it.

      Measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine and COVID-19: a systematic review

      Taheri Soodejani M, Basti M, Tabatabaei SM, Rajabkhah K. Measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine and COVID-19: a systematic review. Int J Mol Epidemiol Genet. 2021;12(3):35-39. Published 2021 Jun 15.

      Conclusion: it’s worth a look

      Heterologous Immunity: Role in Natural and Vaccine-Induced Resistance to Infections

      Does tetanus vaccination contribute to reduced severity of the COVID-19 infection?

      “Tetanus vaccination may be contributing to reduced severity of the COVID-19 infection” – and urge further research to validate or invalidate the effectiveness of the tetanus toxoid vaccine against COVID-19. This hypothesis was revealed by an explainable artificial intelligence system unleashed on open public biomedical datasets.

      MMR vaccine may help against coronavirus May 1 2020

      Tilley and Gold have passed their findings on to Dr. Anthony Fauci, an infectious disease doctor who has come to national prominence for providing televised updates on the coronavirus pandemic alongside President Trump.

      A key component of their data is what is happening in other countries. Hong Kong and South Korea had previously initiated aggressive MMR vaccinations programs against measles, according to Gold.

      Hong Kong, comparable in population to New York City, has had only four deaths attributed to the virus, while New York has close to 12,500 deaths, according to Tilley. Gold said he discovered that years ago a measles outbreak occurred in Hong Kong and they aggressively began vaccinating the population with the MMR.

      Such a widespread measles outbreak also occurred in South Korea that also resulted in a massive vaccination program and again the coronavirus mortality rate there is low, according to Gold.

      In contrast, Gold said Italy had the lowest rate of MMR vaccinations in Europe. Italy has experienced about 27,600 deaths from COVID-19.

      Gold said revealing data also came from the USS Roosevelt, where in April there were 840 crew members who tested positive for the virus, but only one died and four were hospitalized. All U.S. military recruits are given the MMR vaccination, according to Gold, so he concluded nearly everyone on the ship was vaccinated, he said.

      MMR Vaccine Appears to Confer Strong Protection from COVID-19: Few Deaths from SARS-CoV-2 in Highly Vaccinated Populations

      Prior MMR or Tdap vaccination may reduce risk of severe COVID-19 By Sally Robertson, B.Sc.May 5 2021

      Preprint: Protective heterologous T cell immunity in COVID-19 induced by MMR and Tdap vaccine antigens doi: May 4 2021

      A case control study to assess effectiveness of measles containing vaccines in preventing severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection in children 3 October 2021

      Children in India were studied during an MMR campaign interrupted by COVID, to find out whether the MMR vaccine is protective against COVID-19. The MMR vaccine effectiveness was 87%, and the safety record for the MMR vaccine in the US is less than 1 severe adverse event per million. This data strongly suggests that children in the United States are insulators against COVID-19, neither catching it much nor passing it to adults, because they’ve already been vaccinated against it.

      To place that 87% figure in context, this is in the range of the Pfizer vaccine’s first real-world trial* (single dose 50-70%, double dose 65-90% claims for even better results agains “severe” disease, sentence not understood)


        gospace in reply to Valerie. | June 16, 2022 at 8:05 pm

        Interestingly enough, about 6 months before the covidiocy started, my doctor gave me a very reasonable and rational well thought out explanation of why I should, at age 64 (then) get the MMR vaccination. So I did. And- I haven’t contracted the deadly covid. Of course, that wasn’t done to prevent covid. And I have added several anti-covid supplements to the ones I was already taking that turned out to be anti-covid.

        And nasal irrigation daily- which I started for allergies over a decade ago.

        So which one is the reason I haven’t caught it? One, or all together, or is it previous infection from a similar coronavirus when my vessels visited Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, and other places? No way to tell. But it hasn’t been mask wearing, social isolation, or the so called vaccine that I haven’t received.

          gospace in reply to gospace. | June 16, 2022 at 8:07 pm

          Forgot- I think it was the year before that I was at 10 years for tetanus, and he convinced me to take the Tdap rather than just the tetanus vaccination.

          Barry in reply to gospace. | June 16, 2022 at 9:30 pm

          “So which one is the reason I haven’t caught it?”

          How do you know you didn’t catch it? My oldest son had it and didn’t know it. The only reason he knew about was because his wife had it, had cold like symptoms, and they all got tested.

        Barry in reply to Valerie. | June 16, 2022 at 9:33 pm

        The problem with all your links – it depends upon reliable data, and none of the data is reliable. Are death counts correct? You know if you offer hospitals $40K to claim a death is covid, you’ll get plenty of covid deaths.

        Then there are the study weasel words, “may”, “might”, “could”.

          diver64 in reply to Barry. | June 17, 2022 at 5:19 pm

          All scientific abstracts include “weasel words” because they are peer reviewed then an attempt is made to replicate the results. Standard stuff and not nefarious.

          Barry in reply to Barry. | June 17, 2022 at 10:12 pm

          “Standard stuff and not nefarious.”

          The “study’s” are almost always worthless, conducted by incompetent and dishonest people, and peer reviewed by the same. The weasel words are for CYA.

        diver64 in reply to Valerie. | June 17, 2022 at 5:17 pm

        I read the Tetanus angle somewhere else but couldnt find any reliable data to back it up. Interesting, though

Now, now. It’s time to offer him a gesture of compassion. Everyone send Dr. F. a few tabs of ivermectin.

    jimincalif in reply to billdyszel. | June 15, 2022 at 9:44 pm

    I’m pretty certain he already has a stash in his medicine cabinet.

    I would like to offer him the comforting knowledge that throughout all of this pandemic, I haven’t taken any of the poison pokes and only rarely wore a mask, usually after being told to. I never got tested either but I’m guessing I probably got infected at some point and was asymptomatic. So he should take comfort in knowing that I proved him right about natural immunity being better than his poison pokes and face diapers.

    Barry in reply to billdyszel. | June 16, 2022 at 9:35 pm

    No way. I’d let him kick the bucket and laugh. He is one of the responsible for creating this mess including the puppet biden administration. All of those people deserve the death penalty for what they have done.

Straight to the nursing home, put him on a ventilator and feed him full of remdesivir

Make sure he’s isolated and NO ONE can visit him


Alternate title: COVID gets Faux Xi.

I absolutely 100% guarantee that he took ‘horse dewormer’ immediately.

Fauci dies from the FauciFlu and doesn’t get to leech off his huge, undeserved, retirement.

That’s fair.

“ I pray that our nation has a speedy recovery from Fauci.”

Unfortunately I fear the damage is permanent. Obamacare spurred the rollup of many independent medical groups into big corporations. Their marching orders to their doctors is not to deviate from CDC guidelines. So we have a mashup of Obamacare and all the disadvantages of Single Payer rigidity. Let’s just call it Faucicare.

dr mengele fauci……fk him. He has murdered more Americans through funding gain of function experiments than any one person in any wars in which we have been engaged . arrest him. try him. execute him.

    It also seems that he has left untold millions with Long Covid. From reading about it, that might have the possibility of destabilizing the Social Security system with millions added to the SS Disability rolls.

Colonel Travis | June 15, 2022 at 11:40 pm

Feel good story of the year.

Fauci getting COVID is mere poetic justice.
Fauci getting ebola would have been REAL justice.

Not that I am the type to wish a long painful death on anyone, but…….oh hell, who am I kidding.
I hope he has a long, drawn out extremely painful death, in full isolation, with no visitors.

He will rot in Hell for the deaths he has caused.

If he has mild symptoms he isn’t high risk, assuming he in fact has covid and this isn’t a plot to justify his not being in the public eye. No reason for him to get Paxlovid, and it’s an unsafe drug to boot.

How did this happen? He’s so sophisticated.

Another vaccine FAIL!


I’m pulling for the covid on this one, since it doesn’t look like the evil bastard will ever get the prison sentence he so richly deserves.

Why must everyone—to include this site—continue to use the propaganda-driven “fully” before the word vaccinated?

“Fauci is fully vaccinated against the virus…”

Fauci is full of a lot of things, but “fully vaccinated” is clearly not one of them.

    henrybowman in reply to Plato. | June 16, 2022 at 11:17 am

    It denotes that Fauci (or anybody else it is applied to) has been totally compliant with the propaganda. “I’m fully vaccinated” (however that is defined at this moment) is like having gold stars on all of your homework.

chrisboltssr | June 16, 2022 at 8:51 am

I don’t wish Tony Fauci a speedy recovery. Let him suffer through this virus the way so many Americans were made to suffer through his little tyrannical nonsense. Then, if he dies from it or will be the ultimate deserts given to a man so deserving of his reward.

    diver64 in reply to chrisboltssr. | June 17, 2022 at 8:36 am

    Dieing alone in a hospital bed on a ventilator quarantined from everyone he knows sounds right. Its what he did to 10’s of thousands innocent Americans

My bet is that he doesn’t have it and this is just more disinformation.

I hope he also gets syphilis and his genitals painfully rot off while he’s quarantined.
got to be some whore in his fan club that can make this wish come true,

He has the “I Don’t Want To Face Rand Paul Again In Person In A Senate Hearing” Variant

Covid-19, 20, 21, or 22? Perhaps 18. Covax-21, or 22 with boosters? The spike protein is pathogenic. Avoid direct injections to mitigate disease progression.

Join with me in wishing Dr. Fauci a mild case and a rapid recovery. We don’t rejoice in the misery of others, like some Leftists who cackle with glee every time one of their political opponents come down with the sniffles.

Mind that I still oppose him on nearly all of his attempts at controlling our lives, but I’ve had Covid, and it sucks so bad that I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy.

    Valerie in reply to georgfelis. | June 16, 2022 at 6:46 pm

    That unmitigated bastard led a nasty campaign against the use of effective, cheap drugs to treat COVID infections that resulted in a large number of serious, long-term health problems and deaths. I do not wish him a mild case, or a rapid recovery.

    Barry in reply to georgfelis. | June 16, 2022 at 9:38 pm

    “Join with me…”

    Thanks no. Fauci deserves the death penalty for what has been done. I hope he kicks the bucket, and dies lonely and in pain.

I certainly dont wish death visits what this bastard has unleashed on America but i do hope he is so incapacitated that he is forced to resign and disappear