Anthony Fauci will never go away!
Although Fauci ‘retired’ from the NIAID, the Big Pharma sales rep basks in the spotlight whenever he’s given the opportunity.
Fauci used a town hall discussion with Jim Acosta at James Madison University to warn about the next plandemic.
“If we really want to prevent the next pandemic; And there will be one. There will absolutely be an outbreak of another pandemic. It may be next year or it may be in your grandchildren and your great-grandchildren’s lifetime,” Fauci said.
BREAKING: Fauci finished a Town Hall with Jim Acosta earlier today where he discussed the "next pandemic"
— Eric Abbenante (@EricAbbenante) April 3, 2023
This isn’t the first time Fauci made an ominous prediction about a future ‘pandemic.’
“There will be a surprise outbreak,” Fauci said in 2017 during the Trump administration.
Fauci made the ‘prediction’ while talking about “pandemic preparedness.”
In related news, Fauci will now spend his ‘retirement’ as a strategic advisor at an Italian biotech hub that researches and studies ‘pandemic preparedness.’
American immunologist Anthony Fauci has agreed to act in an informal capacity as a strategic advisor to Rino Rappuoli, scientific director of the Biotecnopolo biotech hub in Siena, an institution founded by the Ministries of the University, Health, Economy and Industry with the aim of focusing on applied research in biotechnologies and life sciences, the Fondazione Biotecnopolo announced this week.
The availability of the 82-year-old Fauci, one of the leading global experts in the field of infectious diseases and medical advisor to seven presidents of the United States, was welcomed by Nobel Prize winner Giorgio Parisi, a member of the foundation’s board.
“Fauci’s willingness to act as an informal advisor,” Parisi said, “is a fundamental step towards making the Biotecnopolo the Italian hub for the research, study and prevention of pandemics”.
The Biotecnopolo, he observed, is in fact a concrete product of the document ‘Preparation for pandemics and the role of science’, issued by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei and endorsed by the Academies of the G20 in 2021. “Fauci has decades-long relations with Italian scientists.” These ties, underscored Parisi, “show how highly the value and rigour of Italian sciences are recognised: they are the most concrete stimulus to beginning, as soon as possible, the activity of a Centre that can represent global recognition of the excellence of Italian science”.
Watch the full town hall discussion with Jim Acosta below: