Fauci: I symbolize ‘craving for consistency, for integrity, for truth’

Explaining to a sympathetic audience a phenomenon called "the Fauci effect," the White House coronavirus adviser said Tuesday that at a time in which "untruths and lies" have become normalized, he's become a symbol of a "craving" people have "for consistency, for integrity, for truth."
Dr. Anthony Fauci

Health chief gets booed in Seattle throwing out first pitch at Major League game

Art Moore
WND News Center

Explaining to a sympathetic audience a phenomenon called “the Fauci effect,” the White House coronavirus adviser said Tuesday that at a time in which “untruths and lies” have become normalized, he’s become a symbol of a “craving” people have “for consistency, for integrity, for truth.”

Dr. Anthony Fauci was speaking to an audience at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle when he mentioned what’s “called the Fauci effect.”

Conscious that the term made him sound self-serving, he paused and said it’s “sort of like, you know – trust me, I don’t get excited about that.”

Laughing, he continued, “I mean it’s nice, but it’s …”

Fauci said “people go to medical school, now, people are interested in science, not because of me – because most people don’t know me, who I am; my friends know me, my wife knows me – people don’t know me; it’s what I symbolize.”

“And what I symbolize in an era of the normalization of untruths and lies and all the things you’re seeing going on in society, from January 6th to everything else that goes on, people are craving for consistency, for integrity, for truth and for people caring about people,” said Fauci, who has directed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984.

Addressing “vaccine hesitancy,” Fauci said some people don’t want to get vaccinated because they don’t have enough information and others “have got so much misinformation thrown at them; and then others are just hardcore, there’s nothing that you’re going to do to change their minds.”

“In the same way misinformation tends to flood the system, we try to flood the system with correct information that’s delivered in a non-pejorative way by trusted messengers,” he said.

Fauci complained earlier this month that his effort to get people to adopt the government’s COVID-19 health measures has been hampered by “misinformation and disinformation.” But it’s Fauci who, in his defense of masking, lockdowns and vaccines, has spread information that has turned out not to be true, sometimes with life-altering and even deadly consequences.

Last week, a prominent health scientist charged under oath during Senate testimony that Fauci and other federal health officials repeatedly have lied to Congress about the government’s funding of gain-of-function research in China, which is believed by many experts to be the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fauci and President Biden were among the top officials who declared one year ago that people who received the COVID-19 vaccines would not contract the disease. Both, while quadruple-vaccinated, caught COVID-19, and both suffered a rebound of the disease while taking the Pfizer drug Paxlovid, which the government recommends for COVID treatment.

Later Tuesday in Seattle, Fauci was met with boos amid polite applause when he was announced to throw out the ceremonial first pitch Tuesday night as the Seattle Mariners hosted the New York Yankees. A Brooklyn native, Fauci has described himself as a lifelong fan of the Yankees.

Fauci received the Hutch Award on Tuesday, which normally is given annually to an active Major League Baseball player who “best exemplifies the fighting spirit and competitive desire” of Fred Hutchinson. The institution’s namesake was a Major League pitcher and manager who died from lung cancer in 1964.


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Sylvia
Sylvia
1 month ago

Fauci: I symbolize ‘craving for consistency, for integrity, for truth’Narcissistic bombasticity at its best. 
As for being ‘Mr Consistency’ – Fauci has been inconsistent in what he stated about masks, jabs, gain-of-function, and various other health matters.
Subsequent to his testimony during a Senate hearing, many have come to see Fauci as Mr ‘Fake Science’. He lost his temper and just let it rip! What a performance that was.
It was very obvious that his understanding of medical science is lacking any depth. 
He twists and contradicts his own statements to suit the occasion, as long as he remains in control. Cognitive decline in progress.
His position with the Biden Administration (plus previous Administrations) seems to have made him pompous and 100% lacking in humility and compassion. At 80+ his retirement can’t come soon enough. The state of his cognitive function is on display for all to see.
Fauci no doubt has his positive traits as a person.
The public persona, however, presents an entirely different image. Far from “symbolizing consistency, integrity and truth”, the public Fauci embodies lies, subterfuge, manipulation, lack of ethics, and blatant dishonesty. In short:
Narcissistic Bombasticity – unsurpassed and unadulterated.

Wolfie
Wolfie
1 month ago

Integrity, truth and consistency are three words that should never be uttered by this man. He is a thief, a liar and has virtual blood on his hands. How he looks in the mirror each day with a clear conscience is beyond my understanding. Evil evil man.

Sylvia
Sylvia
1 month ago
Reply to  Wolfie

Well stated, Wolfie, 100% agreed.
Fauci’s statements demonstrates the extent of his delusions of grandeur and self-belief that he is invincible.
The question is: why and how does a person whose public persona is overflowing with flaws, manage to get a top position with multiple US Administrations? Also, how did he get to the top of NIAID with questionable scientific credentials?
Fauci could have done so much for the good of the American people. Yet he chose to go the opposite way.
It is time for people to see Fauci for what and who he really is!
What do you think?

Joe Pollard
Joe Pollard
1 month ago
Reply to  Wolfie

Very, very well stated!

Melissa
Melissa
1 month ago

Fauci May 2021: “When you get vaccinated…you contribute to the community health by preventing the spread of the virus throughout the community. In other words, you become a dead end to the virus. And when there are a lot of dead ends around, the virus is not going to go anywhere.”

Fauci July 2022: Covid vaccines “don’t protect overly well against infection.”

Mr. Consistency? LOL

Sylvia
Sylvia
1 month ago

Fauci is complicit in many ‘behind the scenes’ plandemic planning.
“Event 201”, the coronavirus rehearsal that took place in October 2019, was but one of a series of tabletop exercises for global leaders where the solution of a medical emergency always caused the loss of human rights. Professor Paul Schreyer’s video “Pandemic Simulation Games – Preparation for a new era?” on the history of these simulation exercises is worth watching.
As President Lincoln so aptly stated:
“You can fool some of the people all of the time and all of the people some of the time but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.”
Joe Biden stated that there will be another pandemic. Desperation tactic.
Trying to use this playbook a second time for the next pandemic – monkeypox or another infectious disease – is simply a collapsed notion. Let us all hope that it will fail now that there is increasing public awareness about the manipulative behavior of so many authorities.
The mainstream media has started to talk about vaccine injury, albeit very cautiously. However, it is confirming injuries and deaths and the obvious fact that there is no functioning compensation system for those who have been harmed. 
It is up to us all to take back our Rights.

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