What do Baseball fans and Conservatives have in common? They’re both freedom loving patriots. That’s why Tuesday night when Dr. Fauci arrived to throw the first pitch and he was booed by the Washington Mariners crowd. Wait until you see this.
Dr. Fauci was given less than a warm welcome in Seattle on Tuesday night.
According to the Daily Caller, Dr. Anthony Fauci was booed before a Major League Baseball game between the Seattle Mariners and New York Yankees on Tuesday evening.
As Fauci threw the ceremonial first pitch at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, a section of the crowd booed him. The first pitch footage shows several attendees booing.
Associated Press reports that Fauci was in attendance to receive an honorary Hutch Award honoring the late Fred Hutchinson, a pitcher and manager who died of cancer in 1964 at age 45. It is the second time the award has been presented since former President Jimmy Carter received it in 2016.
The Seattle Mariners’ manager Scott Servais received a signed mask from Fauci after the pitch was thrown. According to the biased globalist outlet, despite some boos, the crowd was mostly cheering.
As director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Fauci faced criticism from members of Congress for pressuring the institute to shed light on alleged gain-of-function research conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan, China before the COVID-19 outbreak.
Lawrence Tabak, deputy director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), admitted in October 2021 that the agency funded gain-of-function research between June 2018 and May 2019.
At a Senate hearing in November 2021, Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul urged Fauci to resign over his refusal to admit that the agency had funded gain-of-function.
When you mess with gain of function research and try to lock down the American people that’s the kind of reaction you should get. These baseball fans have obviously had enough of doctor Fauci. Maybe he’ll get the clue that he isn’t wanted anymore and finally step out of the public eye.