Political Health – The Motives of a Very, Very, Political Dr. Fauci…

There’s been a debate about possible political motives surrounding the panic he has created; the massive economic damage he has inflicted; and the conflicting assertions of National Institute of Allergy and Infections Diseases (NIAID) Director Dr. Anthony Fauci.

CTH identifies the motives as sketchy.  He appears to use his position to advance theories and yet position himself to avoid scrutiny.

Sometimes within a 24 hour period Fauci will make a statement, then contradict the initial assertion, then attempt to cloud his own conflict with obtuse and wordy explanations.  After watching for several weeks, we called it out HERE.

Perhaps one way to help see through the professional obfuscation, and identify just exactly how political Dr. Fauci is, would be to: compare and contrast Dr. Fauci under President Obama in September 2009 after 3,000 to 4,000 H1N1 deaths in the USA  -vs- Dr. Fauci under President Trump in March 2020 after 200 to 300 COVID-19 deaths.  WATCH:


Now, to better absorb the information…. According to the CDC final estimate of 2009 U.S. H1N1 cases (published in 2011): from April 12, 2009 to April 10, 2010 approximately 60.8 million U.S. cases, 274,304 U.S. hospitalizations, and 12,469 U.S. deaths occurred due to H1N1. That’s the empirical data.

After: (1) watching that 2009 video; and (2) comparing the 2009 H1N1 response to the current 2020 COVID-19 response; and (3) reviewing the empirical data; we must admit to ourselves there is a VERY BIG difference.  So now, with the baseline established, we look for why such a big difference; and to do that we (4) evaluate the politics:


A few months later:


Now, pause for a moment – reread that again – don’t skip past it.  Think about what type of mindset would send such a letter and communication.  Apply common sense.  Trust your instincts…

Would a person of reasonable disposition send such a letter or email to anyone in their professional network?  Would you ever consider writing a letter to your employer, or the family of your employer, declaring your undying love and devotion toward them?

“rarely does a speech bring me to tears”?… “please tell her I love her more than ever”?.. “please tell her that we all love her”… etc.

Seriously…. think about it.   If you have ever engaged in a large system, large business, or large network of professionals, how would you react to a person inside that organization who was sending such non-professional communication?  What exactly does that say about the emotional stability of such a person?

And this person, right now, with this inherent sensibility, has the most consequential and direct influence over the decision-making for the worlds most powerful nation.  Stunning.

Now reconsider:

The concept of “flattening” the virus curve; the presumptive reason for social distancing and shutting down the U.S. economy; is based on a theory to extend the spread of COVID-19 to a lesser incident rate over a longer duration, thereby lessening the burden on the U.S. healthcare system.  Hence, ‘flatten’ the spike in infections.

Put another way: “Flattening” means the same number of people eventually contract the virus, only they do so over a longer period of time, and the healthcare system can treat everyone because the numbers do not rise to level where the system is overloaded.  In theory that seems to make sense.

However, no-one is asking: what is the current stress level on the healthcare system right now?  Where are we in that capacity?… and what is normal capacity level during a high-level flu outbreak?… and Where are we when compared against that baseline?

♦ Remember in 2009 there were over 61 million cases of H1N1, more than 274,000 hospitalizations and 12,469 additional deaths specifically attributed to that strain of flu virus in the U.S.  [DATA HERE]

The premise to extend the virus duration in an effort to lower the infection rate and spread the virus over a longer period of time needs to measured against: (a) where the healthcare system is at any given moment; and (b) under traditional high-flu seasons where are we during those historic events.

STRESS LEVEL – The healthcare ‘system’ per se, is expending an awful lot of time on mitigation efforts.  As Dr. Birx noted: the current negative test rate for coronavirus among those showing symptoms who are tested is 94 to 98 percent.  That means of all the people taking coronavirus tests, 94/98 out of 100 are symptomatic (they are sick) but they are not infected with coronavirus.  They are normal flu cases.

Our healthcare “system” is expending an incredible amount of resources on a mitigation effort.  According to Dr. Birx and the current U.S. test results, 94 to 98 percent of those mitigation efforts are not engaging with coronavirus.  They are dealing with regular flu (perhaps a strong flu).

If you extract the mitigation effort from the overall effort, the current stress level on the healthcare system doesn’t seem to be overwhelming.  What is stressing the system is a coronavirus mitigation effort with a rate of 94 to 98 percent testing negative.

Dr. Fauci’s theory is self-fulfilling.

If the viral spread never exceeds the capacity of the healthcare system to deal with it, he can claim success.  Look, our flattened curve worked.

However, when contrast against flu outbreaks, no-one knows what the COVID-19 capacity threshold is within the healthcare system.  There’s no way to disprove Fauci’s theory.

Given the nature of the baseline for overall U.S. sanitation and hygiene, which is significantly higher than Italy, S-Korea and China; and given the higher standards of food safety (U.S. is the world leader); again significantly higher than Italy, S-Korea and China; and given the nature of the U.S. healthcare system (more capacity per person); is it really a fair comparison to overlay a COVID-19 outbreak, without also overlaying a traditional flu outbreak?

Any theory that cannot be scientifically tested; and is simultaneously self-fulfilling; is, by its nature, a false theory.

This is not to say that Dr. Anthony Fauci is intentionally misleading anyone; however, it is absolutely true that no-one will be able to quantify if trillions of dollars of economic wealth lost; and trillions more in economic activity lost; and trillions more in deficit spending; and that might all be done just to follow the fantastical whims of a doctor who is directing the mitigation of an ordinary flu-virus/season, and appears to be quite full of his own sense of self-importance.

You decide….

I think I already have.

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624 Responses to Political Health – The Motives of a Very, Very, Political Dr. Fauci…

  1. Eric French says:

    We’re being punked, I’ve suspected it from the very start.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Eric French says:

    We’re being punked, I’ve suspected it from the very start.


  3. Eric French says:

    We’re being punked, I’ve suspected it from the very start.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. TraderJoe says:

    Keep your friends close and keep your enemies closer.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. roddrepub says:

    Guess what? I don’t trust trolls. Fauci is a lying troll.i don’t trust this little fella.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Gofer says:

    There were so few cases of H1N1 that the CDC stopped counting in July of ’09. Sharyl Atkinson of CBS News uncovered, through FOI, how “estimates ” were used to mislead the public.

    “In late July, the CDC abruptly advised states to stop testing for H1N1 flu, and stopped counting individual cases. The rationale given for the CDC guidance to forego testing and tracking individual cases was: why waste resources testing for H1N1 flu when the government has already confirmed there’s an epidemic?”

    Swine Flu Cases Overestimated:

    Liked by 4 people

    • Marc says:

      Wouldn’t that mean the death rate of H1N1 was much higher than stated? The deaths would’ve been verified cases of Swine Flu while the infection cases were estimates.


  7. Another Ian says:

    “What you think you know can kill you”

    “Every time I see the face of Dr Fauci while telling us about Corona Virus I realise how much he must have had a bollocking from the President since from the start I was aware of what a complete lying incompetent he was. The reason I mention him is that he is the closest we can see to what conditions would have been like had Hilary been elected instead of DJT”


    Liked by 2 people


      Ian, your thought process parallels mine..
      PLUS, like any of the Hahvad come Berkley experts who refer to his President as a “layman”, remember this little turd passed under the liberal regressive democrat political roller while serving at the alter of the Obama administration.


  8. noswamp says:

    Dr. F doubled down on “anecdotal” again today. So did Pence. Would be nice if Pence and Trump at least used the same terminology.

    I have read the studies done by France, those studies and their results were not “anecdotal. It would be great if Pence educated himself a tad.

    Also, Pence refuses to call it the “Chinese” virus, but uses the term “corona virus”. At least he could call it the Wuhan virus, since that is the actual name of the virus. (Wuhan covid19). But Pence is too afraid of China to say anything.

    Dr. F is a deep state leftist scientist that is partially responsible for the mess we are in today. The tiger cannot change his stripes. But the man is honest. (Except for his characterization of the previous results of the malaria medication as anecdotal). (Which was a serious LIE). At least, we know where he stands which is why Trump uses him.

    Pence borrowing globalist terminology from Dr. F, and sucking up to China is not a good sign for him in 2024.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Suzy Jules says:

    President Trump dump Fauci and hire Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, he is by far a more qualified practitioner to deal with COVID 19. Dr Shiva is better educated and more experienced “young gun” in the epidemiological field.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Suzy Jules says:

    President Trump dump Fauci and hire Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, he is by far a more qualified practitioner to deal with COVID 19. Dr Shiva is better educated and more experienced “young gun” in the epidemiological field.


  11. Suzy Jules says:

    President Trump dump Fauci and hire Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, he is by far a more qualified practitioner to deal with COVID 19. Dr Shiva is better educated and more experienced “young gun” in the epidemiological field.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Suzy Jules says:

    President Trump dump Fauci and hire Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, he is by far a more qualified practitioner to deal with COVID 19. Dr Shiva is better educated and more experienced “young gun” in the epidemiological field.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Bob, Esq. says:

    Pass this on.

    COVID-19 – Evidence Over Hysteria
    March 21, 2020
    By Aaron Ginn

    After watching the outbreak of COVID-19 for the past two months, I’ve followed the pace of the infection, its severity, and how our world is tackling the virus. While we should be concerned and diligent, the situation has dramatically elevated to a mob-like fear spreading faster than COVID-19 itself.

    When 13% of Americans believe they are currently infected with COVID-19 (mathematically impossible), full-on panic is blocking our ability to think clearly and determine how to deploy our resources to stop this virus. Over three-fourths of Americans are scared of what we are doing to our society through law and hysteria, not of infection or spreading COVID-19 to those most vulnerable.

    The following article is a systematic overview of COVID-19 driven by data from medical professionals and academic articles that will help you understand what is going on (sources include CDC, WHO, NIH, NHS, University of Oxford, Stanford, Harvard, NEJM, JAMA, and several others). I’m quite experienced at understanding virality, how things grow, and data. In my vocation, I’m most known for popularizing the “growth hacking movement” in Silicon Valley that specializes in driving rapid and viral adoption of technology products. Data is data. Our focus here isn’t treatments but numbers. You don’t need a special degree to understand what the data says and doesn’t say. Numbers are universal.

    I hope you walk away with a more informed perspective on how you can help and fight back against the hysteria that is driving our country into a dark place. You can help us focus our scarce resources on those who are most vulnerable, who need our help.


    Liked by 2 people

  14. noswamp says:

    Suzy Jules,
    Can we even get an I’m sorry” for the quadruple posts? Holy mackerel.

    Liked by 1 person

    • highdezertgator says:

      Suzy Jules says:
      March 21, 2020 at 11:45 pm
      President Trump dump Fauci and hire Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, he is by far a more qualified practitioner to deal with COVID 19. Dr Shiva is better educated and more experienced “young gun” in the epidemiological field.


  15. T. says:

    Pompeo says “we’re in a live exercise” from yesterday’s Corona Presser, Trump, in the background, “You should have let us know.”

    1min 5sec vid here, in grey bar “This media may contain sensitive material. Learn more VIEW”: click on VIEW to see vid: https://twitter.com/Acadiansheperd/status/1241226800585416704


    SHARE WIDELY, please


    • jello333 says:

      I don’t hear a “You” in there. I hear “Shoulda — shoulda let us know.” So anything can be added in front of that. It could be “You”, maybe aimed at Pompeo. But I don’t think so. I bet it was “They” that Trump left out. “They shoulda let us know.” As in the ones who knew about the virus and its potential spread from the start… China.

      Liked by 4 people

  16. Kaco says:

    I had thought about this. They won’t be able to prove if this was overboard or not, whether we get more cases or it flattens out.

    I am worried about this disease attacking the lungs like the original SARS but the economy is being destroyed.

    Sidney Powel has posted a fast test being made and POTUS has said they will make the treatment available.

    I honestly think the best course of action is to test as many people who may have symptoms or even beginning symptoms, not just bad symptoms, in order to prevent lung damage by getting on the antibiotic as soon as possible, not wait until they are short of breath and going to the hospital, please.


  17. listingstarboard says:

    Where is Secretary Azar?

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Kathy says:

    I watched Laura Ingraham on Thursday night and she was interviewing a renowned oncologist. They were talking about Chloroquine and Azithromax having good success in patients with Covid 19. Laura asked this physician about Dr Fauci saying this treatment was anecdotal and the physician said scientists had come up with many new cancer treatments and the treatments were being “buried” due to being called anecdotal at higher levels of management. The physician said he would come back on and talk to Laura about those cancer cures after this Covid thing was over. Could Ruth Baden Ginsburg be receiving cancer cures that the rest of us aren’t able to know about? Deep State is in WHO and CDC.

    Liked by 3 people

    • vigiles24 says:

      I would say that Ginsburg is doing everything possible to stay away from the virus or any medical treatment that isn’t absolutely necessary to keep her alive.


    • jwmson says:

      WOULD OR WILL we EVER know? That’s the problem. We have NO IDEA what goes on in this country? Did you ever think the FBI was so corrupt? NSA, State Dept, FISA courts and on and on? WHERE does all the $$$ go raised for cancer research? Could medical clinics stay open w/out the $millions/billions spent on TREATMENT, not cures?

      I don’t believe any longer any info coming out of this govt. Look at the many congress people that DUMPED their stocks in the $millions wks BEFORE this was announced. They received inside info. Think they don’t daily/weekly? We suffer yet they are enriched.

      I’m confused about this virus. I read/hear what occurred in China (Which I don’t trust at all) and Italy, but Italy has many Chinese known to travel back & forth to Wuhan and that may be their downfall.

      Again, I saw the Lenox Hill MD interview as well. He doesn’t appear political and straight-forward. His response was 100% cure w/in about 5 days with the drug combo outlined above. I have travelled to Africa for 20Y. I have taken that drug for 20Y. You cannot stay on that drug long-term but I would take for 1 month at a time. Wondering now if that drug did wonders for me that I didn’t realize? Never contracted malaria but never sick either….just wondering, if why.


    • listingstarboard says:

      After seeing how much each chemo session I had was billed out for (close to 50K) I have NO DOUBT the cure for cancer is being squelched, it is a multi billion dollar industry and funds hundreds and hundreds of “non-profits” where the members of the boards rake in hundreds of thousands-I mean no one ever questions anything if it is related to “helping those with cancer.” RBG is probably getting something the rest of us common folk cancer patients aren’t, same with Jimmy Carter–and probably quite a few of the ruling class elite.

      Liked by 1 person

  19. Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

    Trump needs to remove this little rat right now. I don’t see how this swamp turd has any time to do his job since he’s on TV constantly. Besides if he is in love with Hillary then he needs an eye exam and a mental health evaluation.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. teeheeman says:

    After Mini Mike do we now have Tiny Tony?

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Scott Cohen says:

    The problem is it’s hard to determine fact from fiction. On Wednesday, Glenn Beck had on his show Dr. Tania Elliott, who stated there was a definite difference in the spread of the two viruses.

    The bottom line is it’s difficult to know who to believe.


  22. Vernon Yost says:

    There are somethings one can’t bend the curve on; aging. At 73, I am a realist. We all don’t mentally age the same. Trump seems to be better then most, Fauci not so well; as well as many other inside the beltway. At 73, not so well for me though better than most. Retire with grace or die in disgrace.


  23. The Dark Lord says:

    Biggest medical hoax in history …


  24. Larry says:

    Until a few days ago, I was totally on your side of the debate, but the Italian data just shows how important it is to take effective measures. I invite everybody to enter the search terms “bergamo coronavirus” into Twitter search and watch the stunning video footage, listen to the doctors’ comments and read the newest (!) data and comparisons between places having taken preventive measures early and those that were late.



    • Ted says:

      Check the Italian data.


    • trumpetter says:

      And i might urge everyone to go to http://www.powerlineblog.com. it talks about the latest WHO report which is the most exhaustive study yet on the Chinese virus.

      Great info includes the salient points:
      Italy’s healthcare system is inferior to ours
      The deaths come from one district, avg age is 80, plus its veey densely populated.

      The contact between individuals is where the the virus is spreading, droplets from someone infected. And there is no proof thar asymptomatic people can spread the illness.

      These are all game changers, coupled with the proven treatment of hydroxycloride.


  25. namberak says:

    To answer the rhetorical question posed here, I can speak from decades working for a Fortune 500 company. Assuming the recipient took it to their boss– and they would have– that e-mail would have gotten you counseled at a minimum and possibly moved into another job where you’d have no further contact with the recipient. And after that, if you had looked at someone sideways, you’d have gotten the ax. People talk, the story would come out and spread, and eventually your usefulness would have significantly dropped because people wouldn’t fully trust you any longer. And if you were smart, you’d have left of your own accord at that point.

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  26. Stephen says:

    I hope not the case but Democrats will do anything to get Trump out even if it means killing economy and then will ride it back up if Trump loses that there hope. All at the cost of the American people. I can only pray that’s not the case 🙏🙏

    Liked by 2 people

    • Marianne Doyle says:

      I think you are spot on! Dems, like Hillary’s Bestie, Dr Fauci, justify any means to their ends, Trump’s removal!!


  27. bunky says:

    Say that all the efforts are successful and major deaths are avoided.
    What does anyone think the MSM will do during the next flu season while R’s are in office?
    Yeah, exactly.
    Our politicians stepped on to a landmine and now they are stuck on it.
    Of course if any dim is in office … crickets from the MSM

    Liked by 1 person

  28. coltlending says:

    Apologies if over the 602 reply count of this thread at this moment, the following has already been posted.

    At the risk of monkey biting Dr. Fauci at this difficult time, isn’t such an e-mail to Hillary borderline sexual harrasment in today’s PC world of a Heinz variety of self affiliation of some 57 different sexes?

    But more importantly if Dr. Fauci wasn’t email humphing Hillary but rather spent his time managing his agency, they might have heeded this 2007 heads up:


  29. trumpetter says:

    One thing to add to all this great info, is that now there is a proven 100% effective treatment within 3 to 6 days. Given this new change, alter the recovery rate significantly?

    Why are we trashing our economy and soendin north of $4 trillion for something that is manageable?

    I feel like our politicians including all bureaucrats are committing the middle and lower class to inevitable suicide.

    Not to mention congress is slipping in some visas. Talk about a slap in the face.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bromdale says:

      The official narrative is only effective in engendering widespread panic as long as it can be asserted that “there is no known cure”. Once there’s a treatment identified, that’s readily available and inexpensive, even if not successful in every case, the plan falls apart. Not unlike “impeachment”.


  30. Sonia says:

    In Spain, hospitals are now accelerating the use of experimental treatments because of the rapid deterioration of patients with good initial prognosis. One is hydroxychloroquine…for which Trump has received so much criticism for his recommendation to at least try it.


  31. Tazok says:

    If we get to 61m cases the numbers are much worse

    61mm cases x 13% hosp rate = 7.93mm x 24% = 1.90mm ICU ventilator beds;
    61mm cases x 2% fatality rate = 1,220,000 deaths. But if we run out of ventilators (NYS has 3k), you’ll see 5% case fatality rates, risking upwards of 5 million Americans.

    The Doctor is concerned because it is within the realm of possibility to reach 61mm infected cases. The ratios above are NYS ratios, but similar to China and European numbers. Are these numbers inevitable? NO. But they are PLAUSIBLE and WORTH FIGHTING FOR.

    Get real. This is not a Democrat scam. This is a public health emergency. There are bodies on the street in Italy, Spain, Iran and China. We don’t want them here.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Roger Brown says:

    Build the WALL and Drain the Swamp.


  33. Marianne Doyle says:

    Can Dr Fauci be trusted to be truthful , unbiased and working in the nation’s best interest?? Given Fauci’s clear close connection to Hillary Clinton, where he expresses excessive agape love for Hillary, a nagging suspicion and distrust of the “good” doctor takes hold in my heart. The left has demonstrated that it has no scruples when it comes to disempowering President Trump. They believe that any means to an end is justified in their unhinged hatred of this President and We the People who support him. I suggest that not only is the timing of this “outbreak” is specious, but so are the draconian measures undertaken by Dr. Fauci!


    • gailgreentree says:

      I think he can be trusted. He has worked for administrations of both parties and Trump is not required to listen to him. It will ultimately be Trump’s responsibility in the end and I think he will act in our best interest. The measures taken thus far are not draconian. They are prudent. Read independent (meaning not political and not blog) sites on the medical measures needed to stop this virus, and read why they are necessary. The more we follow the measures recommended, the QUICKER this will be brought to an end for everyone.


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