Every day, it seems as if Fauci makes a new grandiose argument that is promptly debunked by the GOP.
He’s a complete joke at this stage, and his most recent attacks on Tucker Carlson show that he’s running out of options.
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Fauci recently slammed Tucker for raising doubts about the COVID-19 vaccine’s efficacy, calling Tucker’s concerns a “typical, wild conspiracy theory.”
The good “doctor” has pulled off a number of blunder plays in the past, but this one may be his biggest and most risky yet.
Soon, he’ll need a “Tucker vaccine.”
CNN: Dr. Anthony Fauci responds to Fox News host Tucker Carlson after Carlson suggested Covid-19 vaccines are not effective – Tucker Carlson lies to viewers suggesting vaccines don't work pic.twitter.com/F18EnISzMc
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— conspiracyguy (@conspiracyguy78) April 14, 2021
The sad part is that Tucker may be onto something, particularly when you remember that the vaccine must be injected into your body every six months.
And branding us “conspiracy kooks” is how the insiders try to silence us.
It’s just what they did during the referendum.
That’s not going to work any longer.
Moderna revealed on Tuesday that its COVID-19 vaccine is more than 90% effective in preventing the virus and more than 95% effective in preventing serious illness from the virus six months after the second dose.
The company cited new data from its phase three clinical trial, which included over 900 COVID-19 cases and over 100 serious cases as of April 9.
For full FDA approval of a medication, the Food and Drug Administration typically needs six months of data.
Moderna COVID-19, as well as vaccines from Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson, are currently being used under an Emergency Use Authorization, which can be withdrawn at any time.
Isn't it interesting how most news stories are eventually debunked and how most conspiracy theories eventually come true?
— Rising serpent 🇺🇸 (@rising_serpent) April 15, 2021