Anthony Fauci to be awarded with prestigious ‘Ethics Prize’ for ‘saving millions of lives’

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The Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence at Case Western Reserve University will award Dr. Anthony Fauci, a physician, immunologist, and infectious disease expert, with the 2024 Inamori Ethics Prize.

“Dr. Fauci has cared not only for the nation’s health, but also the health of the world,” said Case Western Reserve President Eric W. Kaler. “As a scientist, research leader and public health advisor, his contributions to scientific discovery have truly improved lives. His leadership through one of the most challenging times in history—the COVID-19 pandemic—serves as a model for us all.”

 
Fauci's covert underlings obey their orders to give their boss an award.

Done, of course, to push the Narrative as Fauci the embodiment of The Science.

They won't let this go, of course. Not until the mass-murderer quack is dead, probably of old age. THEN, of course, he'll be a convenient scapegoat for the chaos of a collapsing society...but for now, he served the WEF well, and must be protected.
 
Something every day. People die from this untested garbage and this pos gets an award. SMMFH.
 
Oh man! The irony is rich with this one.
 

Maddow: Dr. Fauci exemplifies the Trump Republican war on expertise​

Jun 18, 2024 #Trump #Republicans #Fauci

Rachel Maddow uses examples from Dr. Anthony Fauci's new book and the fact that Trump Republicans are still busy trying to persecute Fauci despite his heroic role in navigating deadly pandemics to illustrate the authoritarian bent of the Republican Party in the Trump era that cannot accept a voice of authority or expertise that outshines their leader.


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.... the authoritarian bent ... that cannot accept a voice of authority ...
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