I have asked this question over and over again. How did Dr. Fauci know?
"No doubt Trump will face a surprise infectious disease outbreak...There is no question that there will be a challenge to the coming administration in the arena of infectious diseases...the thing we're extraordinarily confident about is that we're going to see this in the next few years." Dr. Fauci Jan. 10, 2017 (Just days after President Trump's Inauguration!) "extraordinarily confident."
Now we know exactly why he knew this! Almost 3 ("a few") years into Trump's Presidency, a PLANDEMIC throwing the entire world into total panic, chaos, and enabling the rise of US political dictators who easily planned a rigged election installing in a puppet president. Thank God for Judicial Watch who obtained the 301 pages of emails and other correspondences showing the entire world that Lord Fauci was indeed aware of what was going on at the Wuhan lab. Not only did he know what was going on, but he was an integral part of this gain of function research.
But listen to his words, "extraordinarily confident about..." Those are some intense words to say. "Extraordinarily confident." What an interesting choice of words. It's like, he KNEW but didn't want to let the bat out of the bag, and no one is even connecting these dots! And when the pizza chip hit the fan, he LIED! He LIED to cover up his involvement and the world worshipped him!
So my question is this; was Fauci in so deep with the Chicom that he was actually warning President Trump of this pending doom, almost to the exact date--"a few years" ---Jan 10th, 2017 was when Fauci made his dire, well, um I can't even say it was a prediction as it was an emphatical statement ("Extraordinarily confident.") like, hey dude, this is GOING TO HAPPEN! And then 10 days later Trump was inaugurated on Jan. 20th, 2017 and 3 years later ("a few years") 3 is a few-->January 9, 2020 — WHO Announces Mysterious Coronavirus-Related Pneumonia in Wuhan, China--->January 21, 2020 — CDC Confirms First US Coronavirus Case! Coincidence? I think not.