On 30 June, Dr. Anthony Fauci, whom the mainstream media refer to as “the nation’s leading infectious disease expert,” while discounting all American medical professionals with solid credentials and blackballing those who disagree with their propaganda, was asked to provide information about the recent surge in COVID-19 cases to the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee.

Among his pearls of wisdom:

“Clearly we are not in total control right now.”

“I can’t make an accurate prediction… but when you have an outbreak in one part of the country, even though in other parts of the country they are doing well, they are vulnerable.”

“It is going to be very disturbing I will guarantee you that.”

“What was thought to be unimaginable turns out to be the reality we’re facing right now… outbreaks happen, and you have to deal with them in a very aggressive, proactive way.”

“We have to understand if we have 100,000 cases a day, we will have a crisis in intensive care units around the country.”

“The problem we’re facing now is, in an attempt to so-called reopen or open the government and get it back to some form of normality, we’re seeing very disturbing spikes in different individual states in the United States, particularly, most recently, Florida, Arizona, Texas and California, some of which are really big states with high populations.”

TRENDPOST: Dr. Fauci’s statement “when you have an outbreak in one part of the country, even though in other parts of the country they are doing well, they are vulnerable” lacks scientific evidence, and, to date, has proven inaccurate.

Currently, the U.S. is experiencing about 40,000 cases per day, not close to the 100,000 Fauci predicts will occur.

More importantly, despite the higher number of cases reported, as we emphasize in the Trends Journal and our “Trends in The News” videos, the rate of death in the U.S. from the virus has gone down, and the reason the cases are going up is because millions in fear are getting tested.

In fact, the higher the case rate goes, the lower the percentage of those who die from the disease.

As reported at AdvisoryBoard.com, “Although growth in newly reported coronavirus cases is accelerating in nearly half of the country, growth in the country’s number of newly reported deaths linked to the virus has slowed since hitting its peak in April.”

Scott Gottlieb, Commissioner of FDA, said on 22 June that the lower death rate is “among other things a reflection of improvements in medical care, and more diagnosed cases occurring in milder disease and younger patients as older individuals protect themselves better.”

Dr. Fauci, when asked on June 22 about the lower death rate despite a large increase in reported cases, stuck to his “doom and gloom” narrative, commenting, “The death rate always lags several weeks behind the infection rate.”

That is not true. According to what we have been sold, it takes about two weeks to determine the severity of the virus after one is infected with it.

And, most importantly but again completely ignored by the media, as they continue to pump the surge in “cases” is they mostly ignore how many have died from the virus in states they are re-locking down and how many recover.

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