Dr. Fauci jokes that he brewed up COVID in his kitchen, not many are laughing

Dr. Anthony Fauci exudes the aura of a man who knows that he will never be held accountable for the horrors visited upon the country due to his quarterbacking of the COVID response, and he yucked it up while receiving an honorary award at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle, joking that he cooked up the virus in his kitchen.


The octogenarian career bureaucrat who has headed up the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since Ronald Reagan’s first term in the White House mocked those who have called for answers with his involvement in dangerous gain of function research at the Chinese lab that the virus may have escaped from, scoffing at them as conspiracy theorists during his Q & A session in front of a packed house at the venue.

“We’re at the epicenter of the initial outbreak, WA1, Washington 1 is considered the ancestral model strain,” said Dr. Larry Corey, a colleague and professor in the Vaccine and Infectious Disease division at The Hutch.

“No, I developed the ancestral model strain,” Fauci said as Corey and the audience laughed. “I created it.”

“That’s right. You let it loose,” Corey said.

Fauci interjected, “I was in my kitchen and I…”

“Okay. Gain of function, here we come,” laughed Corey, adding that Fauci whipped it up along with Italian meatballs.

“The Hutch Award usually goes to a Major League Baseball player who embodies the spirit of Fred Hutchinson, a pitcher who died of cancer in 1964. It has only been given as an honorary award once before, to former President Jimmy Carter in 2016,” according to the Seattle Times.

Twitter users failed to find the humor in Fauci’s arrogant remarks.

Fauci didn’t receive such a warm welcome at T-Mobile Park where he threw out the first pitch at Tuesday’s MLB game between the hometown Seattle Mariners and the New York Yankees, being loudly booed by the crowd.

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President Joe Biden’s top medical adviser who became a Resistance superstar for his constant undercutting of his previous boss, former President Donald J. Trump has few regrets about his often horribly wrong advice during the pandemic except one, and it’s a biggie.

According to Fauci, he only wishes that there would have been “much, much more stringent restrictions” on the freedoms of Americans in terms of harsher lockdowns and mask mandates.

Fauci may get a chance at a do-over with the media already whipping up more hysteria over Monkeypox and ominous new variants that could hit the nation just before election season.

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