Fauci Gets Booed Into Next Week at Mariners Game and Throws out Pathetic First Pitch – Opinion

Dr. Anthony Fauci was present in Seattle Tuesday to collect the Hutch Award, and pitch the first pitch at the Seattle Mariners’ game.

The Hutch Award is described as one of the “top annual awards given to a Major League Baseball player.” It “recognizes the player who best exemplifies the fighting spirit and competitive desire of Fred Hutchinson, the legendary pitcher and manager who died of cancer at the age of 45.” Fauci is only the second non-player to receive the award. Turns out he’s friends with the former president of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Dr. Larry Corey, so that likely explains why he was getting the award.

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. Secret Service agents were guarding him. Joe Biden probably authorized this for him.

Fauci was also asked to pitch the Seattle Mariners’ first pitch while he was there.

Even in liberal Seattle, he was met with a chorus.

The fans didn’t hold back. Someone also shouted, “You’re going to miss this like you missed the pandemic, loser!”

This pitch seemed pretty ridiculous.

It was still better than the pitch he made in July 2020 at Washington Nationals. This pitch was Barack Obama-level awful.

But I don’t expect Fauci to learn anything from the boos about the way that he has conducted himself regarding the pandemic. That would require some self-reflection which I don’t think he has the capacity for. He can’t change how much the policies he has helped to promote hurt this country and people aren’t going to forget it.

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