Dr. Anthony Fauci humiliated himself during an interview with MSNBC as he attempted to clarify why Texas’ COVID cases continue to decline despite his advice.
In response to Texas’ decision to open up, Fauci said last month, “It’s just inexplicable why you would want to step back now.”
It’s been a month since Fauci made these remarks, and Texas’ COVID cases are still on the decline.
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“It can be perplexing because… you sometimes have to wait a few weeks to see the impact… Fauci tried to explain, “I’m not very sure.” “It’s possible they’re doing something outside.”
Fauci obviously has no idea what he’s talking about, and the state of Texas has made it clear that they will not heed his bad advice.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott, a Republican, signed an executive order on Monday banning Democrats’ “vaccine passports,” claiming that a passport for COVID would be a violation of citizens’ rights.
“Every day, more Texans are getting the safe and reliable COVID-19 vaccine, and life is returning to normal. “However, as I’ve always said, these vaccines are always optional and never forced,” Abbott said of his executive order.
He added, “The government does not ask any Texan to provide evidence of vaccination or disclose private health information just to go about their everyday lives.” “That is why, in Texas, I have released an executive order banning the use of government-mandated vaccine passports. We will aim to vaccinate more Texans and protect public health without infringing on Texans’ constitutional rights.”
The Texas Rangers played the Toronto Blue Jays in front of a crowd of at least 38,000 fans at Globe Life Field in Arlington on Monday.
Since the coronavirus shut down all sporting activities more than a year ago, the game was one of the first full-capacity sporting events.
The game on Monday drew 38,238 paying fans, which Rangers spokesman John Blake characterized as a sellout. According to Blake, the stadium has a total capacity of 40,518 people.
Thanks in part to Texas Gov. Rick Perry, the Rangers are the only Major League Baseball team that allows full capacity seating at their stadium.
Last month, Greg Abbott lifted mask limits, allowing companies to operate at full capacity.
“It felt like I was making my debut for the first time all over again. “Just getting the crowd there cheering us on was a wonderful feeling,” Rangers infielder Isiah Kiner-Falefa said. “I think one of the coolest moments of my career to this point has been the presentation when I first came out early in the game.”