Anthony Fauci To Be Honored By The Smithsonian Institute

FILE PHOTO: Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, responds to questions from Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) during a Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee hearing to examine the federal response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and new emerging variants at Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., U.S. January 11, 2022. Greg Nash/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the man who has been accused of being privy to the murders of millions of people through a virus he helped to develop, is being honored by the Smithsonian Institute.

The National Portrait Gallery director, Kim Sajet said in a statement reported by the Washington Examiner that, “These honorees are innovators in their respective disciplines and advocates for social causes who use their voices to care for and lift up others,” she continued, “The Portrait of a Nation Award reminds us that history is living and the choices people make have an impact on the nation’s legacy.”

Fauci told the Washington Post that, “It is one of the most humbling of all of the recognition that I’ve gotten,” 

“I’ve lived in Washington the last 50 years and the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery is an iconic place in my mind. It makes me feel humbled and almost embarrassed to be in the same building with the people whose portraits are there,” he continued.

“When I go and look at the portraits of Obama and Roosevelt and all the presidents, clearly the artist is trying to express elements of the person’s character, the person’s stress and strain, the person’s accomplishments,” Fauci added. “You get a feel for the person, and that I can appreciate.”

“I am one of many, many scientists in the federal government. I just have been, by a series of circumstances, put in a position where I’m well-recognized,” he said. “People are going to say, ‘What’s a government worker doing with those people?’ In some respects, it creates a little more awareness and respect for people who are in government service.”

Fauci has flip flopped continuously since the beginning of the pandemic and was the same person who told Americans not to wear masks before pivoting and at one point recommending multiple masks.

CBS News reported in March 2020, on the interview Fauci had with 60 Minutes, in which he said, “When it comes to preventing coronavirus, public health officials have been clear: Healthy people do not need to wear a face mask to protect themselves from COVID-19,” adding, “There’s no reason to be walking around with a mask,”

“While masks may block some droplets, Fauci said, they do not provide the level of protection people think they do,” CBS News reported at the time. “Wearing a mask may also have unintended consequences: People who wear masks tend to touch their face more often to adjust them, which can spread germs from their hands.”

Fox News has reported in recent days that Fauci knew early on that the virus that causes COVID-19 was not a ‘natural occurrence’ and was developed in a lab — which he helped fund:

According to the timeline of events laid out by Baier, Fauci was told on January 27, 2020 that his NIAID had been indirectly funding the Wuhan lab through EcoHealth– a US-based scientific non-profit that had been working with novel coronaviruses.

On January 31, Dr. Kristian Andersen, a noted virologist at the Scripps Lab, privately told Fauci that after discussion with his colleagues some of COVID-19’s features look possibly engineered and the “genome is inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory.”

Hours later, Fauci hastily organized a call with dozens of worldwide virologists, and notes from the meeting obtained by Special Report reveal that suspicions of the lab leak theory were suppressed over concerns of how the public would react to news of possible Chinese government involvement.


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