If someone wrote a book that supposedly was going to teach readers about “truth,” would Dr. Anthony Fauci be near the top of the list of people you’d expect to enlighten people on such a topic? Maybe for the Fauci cultists, but not for most people who have seen the good doctor constantly change his position on certain aspects of the pandemic depending on how the wind blows that day.
Even if Fauci wasn’t the author you were expecting, you’re still going to get a book from him this fall.
“Expect the Unexpected: Ten Lessons on Truth, Service, and the Way Forward” will be released in November and is already available for pre-order on Amazon.
Fauci will be joining New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) as tone-deaf authors trying to persuade the rest of us that they’re somehow trustworthy.
According to the book’s page on Amazon, here’s the description:
In his own words, world-renowned infectious disease specialist Anthony Fauci shares the lessons that have shaped his life philosophy, offering an intimate view of one of the world's greatest medical minds as well as universal advice to live by.
Before becoming the face of the White House Coronavirus Task Force and America’s most trusted doctor, Dr. Anthony Fauci had already devoted three decades to public service. Those looking to live a more compassionate and purposeful life will find inspiration in his unique perspective on leadership, expecting the unexpected, and finding joy in difficult times.
With more than three decades spent combating some of the most dangerous diseases to strike humankind-- AIDS, Ebola, COVID-19--Dr. Fauci has worked in daunting professional conditions and shouldered great responsibility. The earnest reflections in these pages offer a universal message on how to lead in times of crisis and find resilience in the face of disappointments and obstacles.
Sure to strike a chord with readers, the inspiring words of wisdom in this book are centered around life lessons compiled from hours of interviews, offering a concrete path to a bright and hopeful future.
Okay, but how do we know that Fauci won’t change his mind about some of the “truths” he talks about in the book?
Forget about what you might think about Fauci during the COVID pandemic. Imagine being such an egomaniac that you tout your own failures, like Fauci’s missteps during the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
For a polarizing figure like Fauci to go ahead with a book talking about “lessons” about “truth,” you truly have to be living in a bubble. Plus, almost 600,000 people have died on his watch. If that's a success, I'd hate to see what failure looks like.