Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief architect of America’s disastrous response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, is cashing in his chips and releasing the memoir that nobody asked for. RedState readers will remember Scott Hounsell’s early, yeoman’s work on exposing Fauci’s deceptions:
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The memoir, entitled “On Call: A Doctor’s Journey in Public Service,” will be released in June this year, according to his publisher, Viking Press.
The book will reportedly explore Fauci’s career as a public health expert, which included serving under seven presidents and serving as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for almost four decades.
Viking announced the news in a press release:
Dr. Fauci is arguably the most famous—and most revered—doctor in the world today. His role guiding America sanely and calmly through COVID (and through the torrents of Trump’s response to the pandemic) earned him the trust of millions in the United States and around the world during one of the most terrifying periods of modern global history; however, this was only the most recent of the global epidemics through which Dr. Fauci navigated in his five decades in public health.
Dr. Fauci’s memoir will reach back to his boyhood in Brooklyn, New York, his decades of dedication to caring for critically ill patients, and his many scientific accomplishments, and carry through close relationships with seven presidents. It will be an inspiration for readers who are grateful to him, and ones who want to emulate him in public service. He is the embodiment of “speaking truth to power,” with dignity and results.
Fauci said in a statement:
I hope that this memoir will serve as a personalized document for the reader to understand better the daunting challenges that we have faced in public health over the past 40 years. I would also like to inspire younger individuals in particular to consider careers in public health and public service.
“Dr. Fauci has given his professional life to maintaining public safety during extraordinary health crises,” added Viking President Brian Tart. “His memoir is unique, invaluable, and essential reading for anyone looking to understand what it took to keep Americans and people around the world safe from catastrophe.”
Anthony Fauci will release a memoir in June. It’ll serve as a “personalized document for the reader to better understand the daunting challenges that we have faced in public health over the past forty years.” https://t.co/KFRSpjuT6R
— Axios (@axios) February 10, 2024
During the coronavirus pandemic, Fauci championed the questionable science behind the destructive and divisive lockdown policies, as well as the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines. He is also accused of having links to gain-function research that may have led to the outbreak in the first place.
While Fauci will inevitably tell his side of the story, other books about his career have painted a far less positive light. Last October, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) published “Deception: The Great COVID Cover Up,” which seeks to expose Fauci’s abuse of power during the height of the pandemic.
READ: BREAKING: NIH Docs Confirm Fauci Lied to Rand Paul About US Funding of Gain-of-Function Research at Wuhan
Another prominent figure to write about Fauci’s negative influence is independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., whose book, “
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