‘We Need to Prepare for the Worst’: Fauci Warns Gov’t May Impose More Lockdowns Over CCP Virus “Omicron Variant”

Expect more lockdowns soon.

It may be contrary to what Dr. Anthony ‘Death’ Fauci said during an interview with ABC’s ‘This Week’ host, George Stephanopoulos, but if you’re going by Fauci’s now famous habit of flip flopping, it seems likely to happen.

The “omicron variant” is currently ‘raging’ through South Africa and neighboring countries and has resulted in a travel ban to the United States, although the variant has also been seen in part of Europe now, so the likelihood of it ending up in the United States, is likely.

During his interview, Fauci stated it was ‘too early to say’ if lockdowns would be necessary to ‘control the spread’ and instead said that preparation for the worst would be the best course of action right now.

“We just really need to, as I said so often, prepare for the worst,” said Fauci.

“It may not be we’ll have to go the route people are saying. We don’t know a lot about this virus. So we want to prepare as best we can, but it may turn out this preparation, although important, may not necessarily push us to the next level,” Fauci said, referring to the 2020 lockdowns.

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director continued:

“People talking about lockdowns, people talking about that, let’s see what the information we’re getting in real time tells us.”

“We’ll make decisions based on the science and the evidence the way we always do. But you want to be prepared to do anything and everything. That’s the reason why we’re paying such close attention to this and why we’re all over it.”

It’s interesting that Fauci said they base their decisions on ‘the science’ and ‘evidence’ when it’s quite clear that neither two have been used this entire time.

The emergence of this new omicron variant seems awfully convenient,  when vaccine hesitancy and resistance is at an all time high in America, especially since those young and old who have received the jab, are starting to drop like flies.

The variant of course will be vaccine resistant and this in turn, will force further vaccinations. Further vaccinations will increase adverse reactions and omicron will be the perfect cover to explain sudden deaths. Fauci has already admitted they ‘don’t know much about it.’

If Fauci was any type of proper doctor, he wouldn’t be pushing an experimental vaccine when it’s becoming clear that it’s risk outweighs the benefits.

This is the same Dr. Fauci who basically partook in snatching vulnerable children from drug addicted parents to conduct HIV/AIDS vaccines on them, killing 80 in the process.

This is the same Dr. Fauci who conducted cruel experiments on dogs, which basically saw them be eaten alive by bugs and to stop them crying out in pain, their vocal cords were cut.

This is the same Dr. Fauci that told the United States that it was only necessary to lockdown for 14 or so days to ‘flatten the curve’, and businesses are still recovering as different states have been in and out of lockdowns ever since.

It’s safe to say that when it comes to advice, good advice would be not to take advice from Dr. Fauci.


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