Dr. Fauci Backtracking Once Again on COVID
If anyone goes back and forth on COVID-19, it’s Dr. Anthony Fauci.
This guy is supposed to be one of the leading experts – if not the leading expert – on infectious disease, and especially COVID-19. But Dr. Fauci has gone back and forth more than a yo-yo.
Let’s do a review on some of the things that Dr. Fauci has said over the past year.
First, back in March, Dr. Fauci said that Americans should not be wearing face masks. I’m sure we all remember that.
Then literally the next month, he said that people should be wearing masks in order to help control the spread of the virus.
Then, in May, Dr. Fauci told us that the masks are more symbolic of our efforts to be “in this together” and don’t do much to prevent you from getting the virus. This should be painfully obvious given the fact that we’re still dealing with this crap. If they were effective at all, we wouldn’t be seeing rises in cases because a lot of people, and I dare say most people, are actually wearing masks when they go out.
We’ve also seen studies that prove that the only thing that masks essentially do is to prevent the one wearing the mask from spreading the virus to others. That’s if they wear it properly also.
Then last week, Dr. Fauci made his idiotic recommendation that we should be wearing two masks instead of one mask…as though we don’t need oxygen. Well, guess what? He’s changed his mind once again.
Over the weekend, Dr. Fauci said, “There’s no data that indicates that that is going to make a difference.”
Well, then why on earth would we be doing it?
Fauci on double masking:
“There’s no data that indicates that that is going to make a difference” pic.twitter.com/ptVivQfuwt
— Eli Klein (@TheEliKlein) January 31, 2021
This doesn’t surprise me in the slightest, and it shouldn’t surprise you given his record over the past year. He’s just as bad of a fear-monger as the Democrats in Congress and the mainstream media.