The Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence at Case Western Reserve University has announced that Dr. Anthony Fauci will be honoured with the 2024 Inamori Ethics Prize.
Case Western Reserve President Eric W. Kaler lauded Fauci in announcing his award.
“Dr. Fauci has cared not only for the nation’s health, but also the health of the world,” Kaler said. “His leadership through one of the most challenging times in history—the COVID-19 pandemic—serves as a model for us all.”
Over the course of the COVID pandemic, Fauci had more than a few controversial moments, frequently contradicting his previous health advice regarding respiratory viruses and admitting that lockdowns are a tool of coercion to get people vaccinated — which he claimed would be effective in preventing transmission but never was.
Moreover, emails obtained by House Republicans show that Dr. Fauci “prompted” the study that was used to disprove the Wuhan Flu lab leak theory — presumably because the US helped to fund gain-of-function research in Wuhan.
The so-called study that Fauci commissioned earlier in 2020, just after the virus was detected, was intended to disprove the lab leak theory from the get-go rather than investigate it.
“The authors of this paper skewed available evidence to achieve that goal …” subcommittee members said in a memo.
Dr. Fauci announced his resignation as Chief Medical Advisor to the President and National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases director after holding the latter position for nearly four decades and seven presidencies.
Earlier this year, Senator Ted Cruz said Dr. Anthony Fauci should be arrested and thrown in jail for lying to congress under oath.
Cruz said Fauci not only led policies that destroyed lives and businesses but because “he lied repeatedly, over and over and over again.”