Dr. Anthony Fauci’s upcoming book has been removed from the Amazon and Barnes & Noble websites after thousands of his emails from the early days of the COVID pandemic were released this week.

The book, Expect the Unexpected: Ten Lessons on Truth, Service, and the Way Forward, was set for publication on November 2 and was open for pre-orders earlier this week.

Now the 80-page book, announced on May 17, has disappeared from the websites of major booksellers amid criticism of some of the emails Fauci wrote in the first half of 2020. National Geographic was listed as the publisher of the book.

On Tuesday, the book was available for pre-sale online at $18 on both websites. The posts were then removed Wendsday. National Geographic Books confirmed the removal to The Deplorable Patriot.

“The book was developed by National Geographic Books in connection with an upcoming National Geographic Documentary Film about Dr. Fauci. He will not earn any royalties from its publication.”

The overview states: “The earnest reflections in these pages will offer a universal message on how to lead in times of crisis and find resilience in the face of disappointments and obstacles.”

Meanwhile, Fauci remains under fire as emails published by Buzzfeed contradict many of his public stances on face masks and other pandemic issues.


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By Howard Roark

Howard Roark is a Senior Fellow with the Kirby Institute and editor of The Deplorable Patriot. He’s a second amendment advocate, avid shooter, hunter, fisherman, fur trapper, writer, artist, poet, and inventor of the wall port central vacuum cleaner system. He is both a moral and a practical man and is fully committed to the artistic integrity of every one of his endeavors or projects whether working as a common laborer in a rock quarry or operating a Fortune 500 design firm.

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