Quadruple-vaccinated Anthony Fauci has COVID

Quadruple-vaccinated Anthony Fauci has tested positive for COVID-19.

The controversial face of the nation’s pandemic response is having “mild” symptoms, the National Institutes of Health said.

Fauci has COVID-19

The agency said that Fauci has not been in close contact with President Biden or other top government officials, and that Fauci will isolate himself until he recovers.

Fauci, 81, is “fully vaccinated” and has been boosted twice. He has aggressively advocated forcing people to take the COVID vaccines, which he once claimed would act as a “dead end” to stop the virus from spreading. 

“When you get vaccinated….you become a dead end to the virus. And when there are a lot of dead ends around, the virus is not going to go anywhere,” he said.

Despite his efforts to rearrange virtually every aspect of American society on the principle of avoiding a respiratory illness, Fauci conceded earlier this year that the Omicron variant would “find just about everybody.”

While most Americans have since moved on from the pandemic, Fauci has advised continued hyper-vigilance.

Infected Fauci touts ‘effective’ vaccines

Fauci’s numerous policy flip-flops and support of heavy-handed restrictions have made him a polarizing figure since the pandemic was declared in March 2020. To some, he is a benevolent public servant — others, a petty tyrant with a God complex.

A self-described “humanist” and no fan of organized religion, Fauci has said that Americans may never know whether the lockdowns that shuttered churches, businesses and schools were “worth it,” despite little evidence of their effectiveness, ongoing economic shocks and widely observed harm to children.

Some Twitter users pointed out a layer of dark irony in the news of Fauci’s illness, given rampant speculation that he played a role in creating the pandemic. Fauci has vehemently denied funding dangerous coronavirus research in China.

SARS-CoV-2 has finally met its maker.

Fauci testified over video link at a Senate hearing Thursday on the pandemic, where he maintained that the vaccines “have maintained their effectiveness for preventing severe COVID-19.”

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