Dr. Anthony Fauci visited Seattle Tuesday, to receive the Hutch Award and to throw the first pitch at the Seattle Mariners game.
The Hutch Award is Fauci’s second award. Fauci is close friends with Dr. Larry Corey, former president of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center.
Fauci being Fauci he dropped fun news during his time at the Center, telling them “We are expecting another [COVID] surge in the fall.” He also was putting down people who had questioned his advice, according to Outkick. “It’s still amazing to me that people can still hold onto such untruths. They have so much going on in their lives, that they just accept it as fact,” Fauci said. He was flanked by Secret Service agents who were protecting him. Joe Biden must have authorized that for him.
Fauci was also requested by the Seattle Mariners to throw the first pitch during his time in Seattle.
He was met with boos in liberal Seattle.
Fauci booed while throwing out first pitch at Mariners game in Seattle
At least he has worked on his pitching since last time pic.twitter.com/9QqX8YUGwy
— Ari Hoffman (@thehoffather) August 10, 2022
The fans didn’t stop. One fan shouted, “You’re going to miss this like you missed the pandemic!”
The pitch seemed very pathetic.
Dr. Fauci’s first pitch. Servais caught it and then had Fauci sign his mask after. pic.twitter.com/SjOf4alLtE
— Lookout Landing (@LookoutLanding) August 10, 2022
It was better than the pitch he pitched at the Washington Nationals game in July 2020. It was a Barack Obama-level pitch.
Dr. Fauci‘s ceremonial first pitch at the Nationals game went worse than that time in March when he said “there’s no reason to be walking around in a mask” in the middle of an outbreak. 😳😂 pic.twitter.com/T9VukJEBjT
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) July 24, 2020
Fauci won’t learn from the criticisms that he received regarding his handling of the pandemic. It is clear that the policies he promoted have caused this country to suffer.