Anthony Fauci Says ‘Wuhan Strain,’ Which Ignited a Firestorm for Admitting the ‘Racist’ Origin of COVID-19

Anthony Fauci says 'Wuhan strain,' which ignited a firestorm for admitting the 'racist' origin of COVID-19
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Dr. Anthony Fauci has been criticized for a remark about COVID-19 that some have deemed to be “racist.”

When Donald Trump was president, he described COVID-19 as the “Chinese virus.” Legacy media, politicians, and talking heads lashed out and condemned the term – calling it “racist” and “xenophobic.” There were articles declaring that calling COVID-19 the “Wuhan virus” is “inaccurate and xenophobic.” While in office, Trump was sued by the Chinese American Civil Rights Coalition for referring to COVID-19 as the “Chinese virus” and “Wuhan virus.”

One of President Joe Biden’s first executive orders condemned racism and xenophobia against Asians.

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