Dr. Fauci on January 10, 2017: “There Will be a Surprise Outbreak.”
In January 2017, just 10 days before Trump’s inauguration, Dr. Anthony Fauci warned that there will be a challenge to the coming Trump administration in the arena of infectious diseases. He said the administration will face a “Suprise Outbreak.”
In a statement that sounded more like a warning and not a prediction, Dr. Fauci said:
“There will be a surprise outbreak.”
It’s really fascinating how Dr. Fauci chose to use the phrase “There will be” rather than “There might be.”
According to Webster’s dictionary, “will” is a word used to “express inevitable events.” So, the question is: How did Dr. Fauci know with certainty that the outbreak will happen?
Watch Dr. Anthony Fauci predict the pandemic and make your own judgment call.
In what also looked like impeccable timing, the former Vice President Joe Biden also wrote on Twitter about a month before the coronavirus pandemic began in China. On October 25, 2019, Biden said:
“We are not prepared for a pandemic. Trump has rolled back progress President Obama and I made to strengthen global health security. We need leadership that builds public trust, focuses on real threats, and mobilizes the world to stop outbreaks before they reach our shores.”
Below is a Twitter version of the same video.
Impeccable timing too…. pic.twitter.com/IlV7Z4nTHv
— Mark (@OH1Mark) June 2, 2021