(PresidentialInsider.com)- On Tuesday, Dr. Fauci visited the Fred Hutch headquarters in Seattle to accept an honorary award.
Fauci, who was not wearing a mask, delivered a rousing speech extolling the benefits of covering one’s face and chastising those who assert that doing so restricts personal liberties.
“When you tell people that they need to mask in an indoor congregate setting…it is looked at by a lot of people, though not everybody, as an invasion of their rights,” Fauci said.
In addition, Fauci chuckled and joked about the beginnings of the study on gain-of-function and Covid.
The good doctor joked that he concocted Covid right in his own home kitchen.
The Director of the NIH, Dr. Collins, and the Director of the NIAID, Dr. Fauci, said that the NIH had not provided funding for the gain-of-function study conducted in Wuhan.
We discovered their deception in October of the previous year.
When visiting with Senator Rand Paul, Dr. Fauci, who serves as the Director of the NIAID, was required to take an oath.
He disputed that the NIH had funded the study on gain-of-function in Wuhan.
Fauci’s “award” was in recognition of his lifelong contributions to making the world a better place.
The award was presented to him on August 9 at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, during the Mariners’ game against the Yankees. The game began with the first pitch being thrown by Fauci. The toss didn’t contribute to making the world a better place.
The award is traditionally given to a player in Major League Baseball who best symbolizes the indomitable spirit of the late Fred Hutchinson, a famous pitcher, and manager who passed away at age 45 from cancer in 1964. It was well known that he was tenacious and always willing to help people.
In 1965, the Hutch Award was established to commemorate Fred Hutchinson, whose passing prompted Dr. Bill Hutchinson, a Seattle-based surgeon, to show the Seattle-based cancer center that bears the family name. In addition to a track record of significant advances in cancer research, the center is well-known worldwide for its expertise in infectious illnesses. It has been a notable leader in identifying, monitoring, and developing vaccines and therapies for COVID-19.