Joe Biden just said four words about the pandemic that Anthony Fauci hoped to never hear

Dr. Anthony Fauci served as the public face of the regime’s COVID mandates and restrictions during the pandemic.

Fauci wanted to keep the pandemic going forever because he loved the fame and unlimited power it gave him over the American people.

But Joe Biden just said four words about the pandemic that Anthony Fauci hoped to never hear.

Dr. Anthony Fauci became a household name in America for the role he played in day-to-day life during the pandemic.

At Dr. Fauci’s recommendation, businesses were shut down, and Americans were forced to wear masks and get vaccinated for COVID, or be exiled from society.

The public grew fed up with Dr. Fauci after it became clear that his goal was to keep America in a state of perpetual lockdown.

Dr. Fauci misled the public the entire time about when Americans could expect the country to return to normal.

He even lied about the effectiveness of masks, and the vaccine’s ability to prevent transmission and infection.

To Anthony Fauci, the end of the pandemic is the end of his time in the limelight.

But on Sunday, during an appearance on CBS’s 60 Minutes, left-wing host Scott Pelley asked President Joe Biden for an update on the COVID pandemic, as it’s been nearly three years since scientists first identified COVID-19 during an outbreak in Wuhan, China, in December of 2019.

“Mr. President, first Detroit auto show in three years,” Pelley said, before asking “is the pandemic over?”

President Biden gave the last answer Anthony Fauci ever wanted to hear.

“The pandemic is over,” Biden replied. “We still have a problem with COVID. We’re still doing a lot of work on it – but the pandemic is over.” 

After nearly three years of rules, restrictions, and mandates, Joe Biden has officially declared that “the pandemic is over.”

Dr. Fauci’s career will soon be over too.

Last month, Fauci announced that he is retiring from his jobs as Director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Chief Medical Adviser to the President at the end of the year.

But several Republicans in the U.S. House and Senate are promising to hold Anthony Fauci accountable for his lies and misdeeds, if the GOP takes back Congress in November.

So Anthony Fauci could be back in the public spotlight next year.

But it won’t be the same limelight of adoration from the corporate-controlled media he received during the pandemic.

Stay tuned to Conservative Underground News for any updates to this ongoing story.