Fauci Says U.S. Will 'Likely' See COVID Surge In Fall - Just In Time For Midterms

Fauci Says U.S. Will 'Likely' See COVID Surge In Fall - Just In Time For Midterms

Dr. Doom and Gloom Lockdown, Anthony Fauci, is back, and he’s predicting another new ‘wave’ of COVID-19 ahead — just in time to ‘recommend’ no in-person voting ahead of a 2020 midterm cycle Democrats are projected to lose big.

“Does the fall look like the last couple of falls? I didn’t even hear about falls and pandemics until COVID came along, and then I learned you have to be careful because we all go back indoors and the transmissibility goes up. Should we expect that again this year? Should we be bracing for October time?” Bloomberg TV host David Westin asked the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

“I think it is likely we will see a surge in the fall. Again, when we talk about these things, these are uncharted waters for us for this virus. If one talks about the flu or other infections in which you have decades and decades of experience, you can predict with some degree of accuracy what you might see. I would think we’re going to expect that we’ll see some increase in cases as you get to the colder weather in the fall,” Fauci said.


Let’s flashback for a moment to the spring of 2020, months ahead of an election that featured, for the first time in the country’s history, massive mail-in voting in response to (mostly Democratic) officials wanting to ‘keep voters safe.’ Fauci had already said he saw no reason to prevent in-person voting but then went on to gaslight the situation throughout the year, including in April 2020 when he said he “can’t guarantee” that voting in person would be safe.

“Do you think it will be safe in November for voters to physically go to vote at the polls?” CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Fauci in an interview.

“I hope so,” replied Fauci. “I can’t guarantee it.”

He went on to say that if there was “a good, measured way” of rolling back into normality, he would “hope” by the November general election that the U.S. could vote in the normal way.

“However,” he added, “and I don’t want to be the pessimistic person — there is always the possibility, as we get into next fall and the beginning of early winter, that we could see a rebound.”

We all know what happened next: Over the course of weeks and months, voting rules and laws were changed in unconstitutional ways — by governors, secretaries of state, and state courts, not by legislatures, as the Constitution prescribes — to enable mass mail-in voting in key battleground states that Trump won in 2016 and ‘lost’ in 2020.

Fauci, who was elevated to the position of chief medical adviser for the Biden regime, is a Democrat operative, all of D.C. knows that, so it should not surprise anyone that he’s already ‘predicting’ a COVID ‘wave’ that blue states will use to justify more mass mailing of ballots and, perhaps, a repeat of what happened around 18 months ago.

That’s the only chance Democrats really have to come out on top in November, given the president’s putrid polling numbers.


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