Whenever there is changeover in an organization, you will have people that will suddenly decide to throw their weight around even more than they had previously.
Truth be told, Dr. Fauci is someone that should stay in the back and tinker with his beakers. He really needs to just be quiet.
However, like most things the guy makes it a point to play favorites. I am sure you all saw it during that press conference the other day.
Dr. Anthony Fauci wasted no time allying with Joe Biden to undercut important actions taken by President Trump responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joe Biden‘s top adviser on the pandemic announced on January 21 that the United States will resume funding the corrupt Chinese-influenced World Health Organization (WHO).
On May 29, 2020, President Trump announced that the United States would be cutting ties with the WHO.
“China has total control over the World Health Organization despite only paying $40 million per year compared to what the United States has been paying, which is approximately $450 million a year,” Trump said during a news conference in the White House Rose Garden.
“The world needs answers from China on the virus. We must have transparency. Why is it that China shut off infected people from Wuhan to all other parts of China?. It didn’t go to Beijing, it went nowhere else, but they allowed them to freely travel throughout the world, including Europe and the United States” he added.
Trump’s decision was the right one, for a variety of reasons, including the fact that it saved U.S. taxpayers’ money from being spent overseas on a corrupt organization. Biden doesn’t seem to care about the serious mistakes made by the WHO, as he is following Fauci’s lead in re-committing to the organization.
Many conservatives point out that this is just another piece of evidence that Biden and other Democrats are more concerned with the international community than the American people.
“I am honored to announce that the United States will remain a member of the World Health Organization,” Fauci told a virtual meeting of the WHO, in the first public statement to an international audience made by a member of Biden’s administration.