Former NIH Director and Chief Medical Advisor to the President of the United States Anthony Fauci has already found gainful employment as a ‘distinguished’ professor at Georgetown University’s Department of Medicine less than a year after stepping down from his government position.

While recent emails show that Fauci knowingly suppressed and downplayed information suggesting that the Covid-19 virus likely originated in a lab in Wuhan, which would be one of the most significant and damaging coverups in United States and world history, he will now teach at one of the most renowned medical schools in the country while raking in a $400,000 annual pension from his time at the NIH.

Fauci said that his motivation was to ‘inspire’ young students and teach them about his experience, including recommending lockdowns to policymakers that devastated the United States economy and stripped people of their civil liberties for two years.

When Fauci imparts his years of experience on to students at Georgetown, one must wonder if he will tell them how to conduct experiments on beagles where their vocal cords are ripped out and they are trapped in a cage with hundreds of infected sand flies, as he funded an experiment doing just that in Tunisia.

Fauci has a previous relationship with Georgetown, going to the university a number of times to give presentations on how to prevent future pandemics.

The Post Millennial Reports

Former National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Anthony Fauci—who is currently enjoying a pension of over $400,000 a year following his retirement—will be joining Georgetown University as a “distinguished” professor in the School of Medicine’s Department of Medicine.

A press release from the school states, “Starting July 1, Fauci will serve as a Distinguished University Professor in the School of Medicine’s Department of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases, an academic division that provides clinical care, conducts research and trains future physicians in infectious diseases.”

He will also have additional responsibilities in Georgetown’s School of Public Policy.

Fauci’s accolade is the “highest professional honor” that Georgetown can offer, according to the release.

Georgetown President John DeGioia said in the statement that the school is “deeply honored to welcome” Fauci for the role.

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