Regardless if Republicans launch an investigation into Dr. Fauci and his response to the China Virus pandemic or not, it will be a refreshing change of pace not to see his old face on TV any longer.
On Monday, Biden’s chief medical advisor announced his resignation from all government positions. Conservatives, needless to say, rejoiced after Fauci’s resignation went viral.
Fauci has since made the rounds on all the mainstream media outlets in defense of his actions over the previous two years as Americans begin to wake up and realize the brutality caused by his edicts.
Masks? Lockdowns? Closing borders? You name it and Fauci has changed his mind about it in a very public way. He calls these flip-flops like that the “evolution of the science.”
Conservatives must NEVER let him get away with this.
On Monday night, Fauci attempted to defend his actions on MSNBC, claiming the lack of initial knowledge about the coronavirus caused confusion — and later, several instances of back peddling.
“The things that we thought we knew in the beginning turned out, as the months went by, to not be the case, which really forced us to adapt and to change some of our policies and recommendations.”
“That was interpreted by many as flip-flopping, or not really knowing what’s going on,” he added. “When it really was the evolution of the science.”
Evolution of science? Americans lost their jobs, their families, and their LIVES while Fauci traveled on a journey through the evolution of science. This reprehensible attempt to defend his criminal actions received immense backlash from conservatives online.
No F-ing way, Fauci. Can’t let him pull this bullshit. He lied about his certainty in the “the science” at every phase so he could please his lunatic fan base. His falsehoods were used to fire people- including veterans- from their jobs. He’s the disgusting villain of Covid. https://t.co/Ccp9rHJLRU
— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) August 23, 2022
This is garbage on multiple levels:
A) Why implement never-tried policies based on an evolving thing?
B) Some of these things he/CDC could have known months sooner if they were not arrogant.
C) People who YELLED about some of these things were suspended from social media!
— Yossi Gestetner (@YossiGestetner) August 23, 2022
The economic plague caused by Fauci’s recommendations at the onset of the pandemic is enough to charge him with treason. But instead he’s given a national platform on which to defend his criminal actions.
In what could be the greatest pandemic gaslight of all, Fauci claimed he had no part in the national lockdowns, saying “I never shut down anything” during a TV appearance.
"Do you regret the sweeping shutdown that some said made things worse?"
FAUCI: "No…I didn't shut down anything." pic.twitter.com/IZqMTZ0hIb
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) August 23, 2022
Sure, Fauci didn’t make the executive decision to shut down the economy or mandate vaccines as Biden did, but he certainly played a huge role in the direction our government went to ‘stop the spread.’
Instead of treating the virus with an open mind, as would be required given the lack of initial data about COVID-19, Fauci advised Biden to issue mandate after mandate the effects of which we won’t know until later down the line.
In the short term, however, Fauci’s “recommendations” have caused an uptick in mental health problems including suicide and substance abuse, increased obesity, a severe knowledge gap in school children — plus a slew of other social deficiencies.
Author: Monica Hedren