A stunning clip of Dr. Fauci explaining how AIDS may be transmitted to children through “close contact,” was shared in a tweet by Kennedy W. Roberts. She tweeted the video in response to a Twitter feud that was initiated by the husband of Biden’s Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg who was attempting to mock Dennis Praeger over comments he made on Newsmax:

“During the AIDS crisis, can you imagine if gay men and intravenous drug users…had they been pariahs the way the non-vaccinated are? But it would’ve been inconceivable”

Chasten Buttigieg responded:

AIDS patients died because people feared simply touching them would lead to infection. Families abandoned their own children to be buried in unmarked graves. Let us know where we can send the books Dennis, God forbid you read one.

Kennedy W. Roberts shared this video clip of Dr. Fauci spreading panic porn about the possiblity of children getting the deadly AIDS virus simply by being in “close contact” with infected adults.


Although the NCBI (National Center For Biotechnology Information) clearly states – COVID rarely kills children, even compared with influenza, against which many children are already vaccinated. Our data show that for mortality COVID-19 is similar to flu, or less severe, in children. Dr. Anthony Fauci and CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, have been pushing to vaccinate our youth against the CCP virus that has a 0.4% death rate in children.

Watch Dr. Fauci pushing for the CCP virus jab on ABC This Week:

It’s not the first time Fauci used a deadly disease to push panic porn on parents of small children…

In 1983, Dr. Fauci caused panic in parents when he suggested in an ABC News interview, the possibility that kids can get AIDS simply by living in close contact with an adult who has tested positive for AIDS.

In the 1983 interview, the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci was asked about Dr. Aleksy’s work on AIDS, and how the disease can be spread throughout the community? Dr. Fauci explained how the disease has been “evolving” and that they learn a “little bit more” each week about how the disease can “go out of its original epidemiological constraints.”

Sounds familiar so far, right? 

“Early on, as you know, the disease was felt to be limited to the male homosexual community and IV drug users, and then we began to see that groups like Haitians, hemophiliacs and the implications of transmission via blood transfusions,” he explained.

Dr. Fauci remarked on the recent study by Dr. Alesky, “When you have a situation that we’re seeing here with this article by Alesky, in which children, household contacts, of either individuals with AIDS or at high risk for AIDS have indeed, at least a significant number of them, have what looks like a syndrome that’s identical to AIDS syndrome.”

That tells you that it’s quite possible that just intimate contact outside of the sexual contact, blood transmission route is a possible mechanism whereby this disease can be transmitted. If that’s the case, then indeed, the implications for the spread to even other groups besides infants and children, become something that needs to be reckoned with. So I think it’s going to have a major impact on our thinking about what the real confines of the syndrome will be,” he told the ABC News host.

When asked by the host to explain what he means by “other intimate contact?” Dr. Fauci explained that there have been examples of cases of AIDS in heterosexual women or other non-drug-using partners who are getting AIDS by being in close contact, but not necessarily intimate contact with infected individuals. “Now, indeed, if one can have contact that is intimate, but not necessarily sexual, then one’s talking about the possibility of spreading out of groups that you would feel if you stay away from sharing a needle with or having sexual contact that you are safe from the disease. This brings in the implications that there are other ways, just plain close contact,” he said, adding, “And given the long incubation period of this disease, we may be starting to see, as we’re seeing virtually as the months go by, other groups that can be involved. And seeing it in children is really quite disturbing,” Dr. Fauci said.

“Give me some examples” of “other close contacts,” the ABC News host asked.

“Well for example if the close contact of a child is a household contact, perhaps there will be a certain number of cases of individuals who are just living with and in close contact with someone with AIDS or at risk for AIDS who does not necessarily have to have intimate sexual contact or share a needle, but just the ordinary close contact one sees in normal interpersonal relationships.”

Fauci admits, that although his theory may be “far-fetched,” and although “there have been no cases recognized yet in which an individual who has had merely casual contact with an individual who had gotten AIDS from being in close contact,” he continues to push the theory, saying the incubation period is so long, they just don’t know, saying “the jury is still out.” He continued to explain how medical researchers and public health service officials are concerned with is that the confines of transmissibility will be “loosening up,” and “we can’t become complacent.”


MSN explained how prior to receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his efforts to curb the AIDS crisis in Africa, and acclaim for his public-facing role during the coronavirus pandemic, Fauci had been criticized for his approach to addressing the spread of HIV in the United States. His speculation about close contact being infectious, as well as his stubborn focus on producing a vaccine rather than therapeutics, were of particular frustration to activists and other scientists.

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