FLASHBACK: Before Trump Was in Office, Dr. Fauci Said a ‘Surprise’ Viral Outbreak was Imminent

Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, who has become an oracle of doom to desperate Americans glued to their television sets throughout the coronavirus pandemic, once predicted that a “surprise” pandemic would rock the Trump administration back in 2017.

Fauci, who works as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, made the bold prediction during an event on pandemic preparedness at Georgetown University before Trump was even situated in the White House.

“The history of the last 32 years that I have been the director of the NIAID will tell the next administration that there is no doubt they will be faced with the challenges their predecessors were faced with,” he said in Jan. 2017.

“We will definitely get surprised in the next few years,” he added.

The panel featured Obama-era officials who criticized President Donald Trump, including Ron Klain, who served as chief of staff to former Vice President Joe Biden.

“It’s hard to think of a more important time to show a willingness to speak out in the public health community and the global health community than it is right now on the eve of Donald Trump becoming our next president,” Klain said. “The risks have never been higher, and the question of his perspective on these issues has never been more dubious than it is with Donald Trump.”

“There is no safety for us and our populace when infectious diseases rage,” Klain added. “The only way the American people can have safety and security in their lives is to promote safety and security around the world.”

Fauci made it clear that new pandemics would emerge in the upcoming years while appearing at the panel.

“What about the things we are not even thinking about?” he said. “No matter what, history has told us definitively that [outbreaks] will happen because [facing] infectious diseases is a perpetual challenge. It is not going to go away. The thing we’re extraordinarily confident about is that we’re going to see this in the next few years.”

The surprise pandemic was certainly on the minds of world leaders and supposed experts, with the Gates foundation even holding a simulation for a deadly coronavirus outbreak just months before the real pandemic actually started:

Before this year’s very real coronavirus pandemic that started in China and is now sweeping the globe, a “fictional” simulation of such an event was sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation last year.

Event 201, which was hosted by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, took place in October 2019 and featured a simulation in which a novel zoonotic coronavirus spread throughout the world and caused 65 million deaths worldwide. In the preparedness scenario, the coronavirus started in Brazil rather than China.

“Once you’re in the midst of a severe pandemic, your options are very limited,” said Eric Toner, a senior scholar at the Center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins University. “The greatest good can happen with pre-planning.”

The event was hosted in New York City and attended by some of the most influential business leaders, government officials, and health officials. Attendees claimed that it really helped them rethink how they would handle disaster preparedness if such a situation were to arise…

Billionaire oligarch Bill Gates has warned – or perhaps threatened – that a pandemic is coming that could kill millions, and a globalist response would be necessary in response to it.

“In the case of biological threats, that sense of urgency is lacking,” he said. “The world needs to prepare for pandemics in the same serious way it prepares for war.”

Perhaps globalists like Gates and Dr. Fauci, who is a noted admirer of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, just had a great deal of foresight by making these nearly clairvoyant predictions and preparations. Or, maybe they have just been priming us for the new age of biowarfare by using predictive programming as their new calling card.

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