College Building Being Renamed For Dr. Fauci

By Jessica Marie Baumgartner | 3 months ago

Dr. Fauci

It may sound like satire to some, but it’s not. The highest-paid United States Federal Employee, and arguably the most mistrusted, the country’s leading health expert — a man who has changed his recommendations so often and so fast that people who fear viruses like COVID-19 aren’t sure whether they should wear 3 masks or none at all —  will be honored by The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. The school is renaming its Integrated Science Complex after Dr. Fauci. 

Fauci did graduate from the school in 1962 and was later awarded an honorary degree as well in 1987. Now, on June 11th, the complex will be renamed the Anthony S. Fauci Integrated Science Complex during Dr. Fauci’s 60th class reunion. How students and educators received the news is yet to be seen, but plenty of critics wonder if renaming a science complex after a man who many believe openly lied to the public is wise.

Leaked emails displayed how Dr. Fauci received communications from a British researcher back in January of 2020 that clearly questioned the origin and makeup of the COVID-19 virus. Dr. Kristian Andersen specifically stated that “some of the features look engineered… Eddie (Holmes), Bob (Garry), Mike (Ferguson), and myself all find the genome inconsistent with evolutionary theory.” Within a few hours, Dr. Fauci emailed his deputy and attached a document written by two doctors working at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The paper specifically noted “taxpayer-funded gain-of-function research” that was conducted on coronaviruses, and the email urgently expressed a need to speak right away regarding “tasks” that would be given to the deputy that had to be done that day. 

Dr. Fauci

Dr. Fauci’s deputy then replied stating, “The paper you sent me says the experiments were performed before the gain-of-function pause but have since been reviewed and approved by NIH.” Despite this, Dr. Fauci downplayed and even at some points, flat out dismissed the Wuhan lab theory for most of the pandemic. He also advised against taking Ivermectin to fight the virus, even though it has been used to improve human health around the world since 1988, and has even been hailed as a “wonder drug” for people in specific. It was FDA approved for human consumption in 1996 and has been continuously successful in treating respiratory infections in 3rd world countries because it is low cost and highly effective.

In addition, Dr. Fauci has changed his story on whether or not lockdowns work, masks are necessary, how schools should handle the virus, and whether or not asymptomatic transmissions are a concern. In truth, Dr. Fauci’s alma mater has ignored all of these inconsistencies, and the other massive failures in this “expert’s” career, in an effort to honor someone who is highly controversial and potentially subject to criminal charges for withholding crucial evidence in life-threatening situations. Whether or not this move will grant the school any credibility is uncertain, but it is gaining them some short-term notoriety, which may be the intended effect. Regardless of whether the American people or other healthcare experts agree with Dr. Fauci and his ever-changing recommendations, they do all know his name.