Movie: The Real Anthony Fauci

face mask, young woman
Early in the pandemic, Fauci said masks didn’t work. Soon thereafter he changed his tune. Misinformation? Disinformation?

You can see the new movie about Fauci’s role in the pandemic response at therealanthonyfaucimovie.com. It’s only free for another seven days, so don’t delay unless you wanna pay. It’s the movie version of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s book, The Real Anthony Fauci. The movie runs 1 hr and 50 minutes. Don’t bother to watch it if your mind is closed to alternatives to the government’s orthodox explanations of the pandemic.

The movie is excellent and I recommend it. I can’t endorse all ideas it discusses simply because I haven’t researched them all.

It reminded me of the early days of the AIDS epidemic, in which Fauci was also involved as head of NIAID starting ~1984. NIAID = Nat’l Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. I was working at a hospital in Pensacola, FL, when I was the victim of an needle stick injury involving an AIDS patient under my care. This was in the early 1990s when AIDS was still considered a death sentence. We didn’t have the effective AIDS drugs that we have now. Fauci was a promoter of the early AIDS drug called AZT. IIRC, I was prescribed a course of AZT for 2-6 weeks to keep me from getting infected with HIV from the needle stick. Whether the AZT worked or not, I didn’t get infected. Good times.

Steve Parker, M.D.

PS: In case you’re wondering, most young adults going into healthcare do no expect to be killed by infections we acquire from patients under our care. Consider the highly-infectious Ebola virus in Africa with a ~40% death rate if infected. Few of us were volunteering to go there and provide care. Many of us, if it showed up in the U.S., would not have shown up for work if it came to our hospitals. At the time of the original Ebola scare (10 years ago?) there were only ~12 hospital beds in the entire country with adequate infection control and decontamination procedures.

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