“Oh, No, Things Are Horrible And Getting Worse!” Is There A Medical Reason Dr. Anthony Fauci Seems To Always Deliver Such Gloom And Doom Scenarios?

This image from video provided by Smithsonian's National Museum of American History shows Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and chief medical adviser to the president, holding his personal 3D model of the COVID-19 virus he is donating to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History on Tuesday, March 2, 2020. Fauci presented the donation Tuesday night in a virtual ceremony to honor him with the  museum’s Great Americans Medal. (Smithsonian's National Museum of American History via AP)
If there’s been one constant in the past year since the coronavirus pandemic began it is this; as bad as things got in the U.S. when it came to total cases, deaths, hospitalizations and all things COVID-19 related, whenever Dr. Anthony Fauci would speak publicly the crisis always seemed worse, and it’s hard to remember a single time where he would proclaim anything that would convey hope or optimism. 

The 80-year old doctor, who is also the highest-paid federal government employee, had a rough year, as he burst into the public eye and became a household name.

Wanting to get a better understanding of why Dr. Fauci has such a gloom-and-doom perspective, we turned to our medical expert, who provided fascinating insight and clarity with his explanation...

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