After destroying millions of lives, Anthony Fraudci says he will likely step down from his position in 2024 regardless of who holds the Oval Office.
He doesn’t foresee holding his titles as Chief Medical Advisor to the President and the director of the NIAID by the next presidential term.
“I’m not going to get involved in any politics about who is or is not going in the White House,” Fraudci said on Fox News.
“By the way, by the time that happens, I think I won’t be around, no matter who the president is.”
— New York Post (@nypost) June 1, 2022
Neil Cavuto asked Fraudci if he’s through serving in his position.
“No, I’m not done yet, but you’re talking about a few years from now. And I don’t foresee that I will be doing this a few years from now,” Fraudci responded.
“So, no matter who is president, whether it’s Joe Biden getting reelected or someone else, Donald Trump or anyone else, you would not continue?” Cavuto asked.
“That’s exactly correct,” Fraudci said.
“I have been doing this now for 38 years. It will be over 40 years if I wait that long.”
The New York Post reported:
The 81-year-old infectious disease expert was appointed as director of NIAID in 1984, according to his biography on the agency’s website. He has advised seven presidents — going all the way back to Ronald Reagan — on HIV/AIDS and many other domestic and global health issues.
Fauci was the leading face of the United States’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic for the Trump and Biden administrations since the virus broke out in March 2020.
Last month, Fauci indicated that he would not stay as Chief Medical Advisor to the President — a position established by the Trump administration in 2019 — if Trump were reelected, after having frequently bumped heads with the 45th president in the first year of the pandemic.
“If Trump were to return to the White House as president, and COVID is still a threat or there is some other public health emergency, would you have confidence in his ability — would you have confidence in his ability to deal with a pandemic of this nature?” CNN host Jim Acosta asked Fauci on May 16. “Would you want to stay on in your post?”
“Well, no to the second question,” Fauci replied with a laugh. “The first question, if you look at the history of what the [COVID-19] response was during the [Trump] administration, I think at best you could say it wasn’t optimal.”
Fraudci has been a flip-flopping disaster the entire COVID-19 scamdemic.
He lied to and misled the American public about the efficacy of masks, hydroxychloroquine, and funding gain-of-function research in Wuhan.