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Is this really the Anthony Fauci Pandemic? After the revelation that Dr. Anthony Fauci would be leaving his position as chief medical counsel to the White House early Monday, President Obama expressed his gratitude to Fauci.

In a post sent a few hours when Fauci announced his decision to retire, President Obama said, “I will always be grateful that we had a once-in-a-century public health leader to guide us through a once-in-a-century pandemic.” 

In the United States, Fauci was in charge of the catastrophic COVID reaction that led to the greatest number of fatalities anywhere in the universe as well as significant economic devastation both at home and overseas.

Obama is grateful that Fauci has some further time left before he leaves office to continue promoting deaths and misinformation.

According to the previous head of state, “Few people have affected more lives than Doctor Fauci, and I’m delighted he’s not done yet.”

The announcement of Dr. Fauci’s retirement came less than twenty-four hours after U.s. senator Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, made a commitment to examine the provenance of COVID-19 if and when the Republican Party assumes control of the United States Senate in 2023.

Republicans in the House Oversight Committee] will deliver on the promise to provide the American people with the openness and accountability they deserve on how their hard-earned tax dollars were spent by government officials.

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