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Fauci made a ‘joke’ in 2018 that gave the COVID game away

At the conclusion of his keynote speech to colleagues attending the Harvard Global Health Institute’s  2018 Outbreak Week, Dr Fauci made a stunning truth-in-jest admission.

In a follow-up Q&A, Fauci was asked about the relationship between allergies and infectious diseases.  He explained that historically, there has been a link between the immune response and infections.  Then, in an unguarded, rare moment of unintended disclosure, the director of the NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) added:

Immunology grew out of infectious diseases and, and I always joke with my co-institute directors that probably, sooner or later, every disease is going to turn out to be related to an infectious disease.  Just kidding — that’s just me wanting more money.

Coincidentally, Fauci’s “just kidding” moment is now being played out in 2020, where  medical experts, the media, and early Armageddon pandemic models have messaged COVID-19 as the mother of all diseases.  Unlike other deadly pandemics, most recently H1NI in 2009 with more than 60 million Americans infected, the coronavirus has become a 24/7 news story.  Daily, sometimes hourly, case and death counts from state officials are now part of the national consciousness.

Read the full story from American Thinker

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