Fauci’s With a Disturbing Message Concerning COVID-19

The frequently contradictory remarks and mixed signals on the coronavirus pandemic by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Anthony Fauci are causing renewed scrutiny as controversy rages about reopening schools and companies almost a year after the lockdowns began.

“Dr Fauci is a very strong official in the field of public health. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said on Tuesday that his job is to advise policy makers and educate the public. But his job is NOT to determine what we will do, where we can go or where we can open or close locations. And his job is NOT to trick or frighten us into doing the ‘right stuff.’

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Why are we expected to trust Fauci with a national plan? “Fauci famously told Americans back in March, “There is no need to walk around with a mask,” David Harsanyi wrote in the National Review. “(Now Fauci says we need to wear two masks. Oh, no thanks, father.) ”


Fauci cautioned of “unintended effects” of masks in an interview on “60 Minutes” in early March last year, saying “people keep fiddling with the mask and keep touching their ears.”

On masks, Fauci and former Surgeon General Jerome Adams, who also cautioned in spring 2020 against purchasing and wearing masks, said that officials advised early in the pandemic against wearing masks because there was a huge shortage of PPE for medical staff who most needed it at the moment. In addition, more evidence of asymptomatic dissemination of the virus later emerged.

“Why did our advice change?” Adams said in a July briefing at the White House. “From recent research, we now know that a large portion of people with coronavirus lack symptoms.”

Currently, Fauci has more recently endorsed suggestions that Americans, if possible, wear two masks instead of one in order to keep the masks closer on the faces of people.



Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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