Fauci Whines About White House Correspondents Dinner But Attends Massive Party


Almost immediately in the wake of Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top immunologist in the U.S., stating that the "pandemic phase of the COVID-19 virus was finally over in the U.S., he came right out and counterclaimed himself to say it was not over at all.

In the wake of his decision, Fauci then made the choice to cancel his attendance of the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner that took place this past Saturday. Fauci was invited to go by ABC News "and planned on going," stated a report from CNN, but he "decided to abandon those plans and inform ABC that he would no longer attend because of an individual assessment of his own personal risk."

This yearly party has the sway to pull many politicians and journalists out of the Washington Hilton and almost all of the 2,500 people in attendance were packed into a ballroom and were maskless.

Fauci's choice to not attend the big wigs gala event came after yet another fete, the annual Gridiron Dinner that was held just last month, which turned out be a massive superspreader event that saw well over 80 of those in attendance testing positive for the virus later. Fauci did attend the affair but apparently had second thoughts about going into a room loaded with unmasked people.

But did the Doctor actually follow through with his statements?

It was seen after the fact that a maskless Fauci was captured on camera in attendance at the massively packed pre-dinner brunch that took place in the early afternoon on Saturday.

A few hundred people were in attendance at this brunch, stated one report.

"At the 27th Annual White House Correspondents’ Weekend Garden Brunch, the most buzzworthy attendee was Anthony Fauci, who said earlier this week that he would not attend the dinner over Covid concerns," stated a report from Twitchy.

Fauci even took part in an interview in which he basically stated that it was all over while still making the claim that "we still gotta' be careful."

In the wake of this, Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer took to Twitter for just a small bit of trolling.

"Fauci bailed on attending the White House Correspondents’ Dinner because of ‘individual assessment of my personal risk.’ …so he just went to the crowed (sic) pre-parties," he stated.

This past Tuesday, Fauci issued the statement that the "pandemic phase" of COVID-19 is just over.

This ideal did not last long because it was quickly refuted the following day... by Fauci himself.

"We are in a different moment of the pandemic," stated Fauci to the Associated Press. While the U.S. has "decelerated and transitioned into more of a controlled phase” of the virus, he added “by no means does that mean the pandemic is over."

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