It is Sunday, October 10th…and Dr. Fauci has moved the goal posts once again.
The man was once so confident in the vaccine that he recommended for vaccination Americans to ditch the masks. Now, he’s not so sure. (Again)
“How long do you think it will be until it’s safe for vaccinated people to once again be indoors without a mask?”, asked far-left anchor Dana Bash.
“You know, I – it’s always tough to predict that,” Fauci began.
“I think if we continue to go down in the cases that we are seeing right now and more and more people get vaccinated, as the dynamics of the outbreak, namely the amount of virus circulating the community goes down, I hope we will be able to pull back on some of those restrictions to get closer to what we really feel is normal in the community. I hope that’s soon, but I can’t give a prediction of a date on that, Dana,” he added.
Earlier this week, we learned just how obsessed Dr. Fauci is with himself.
On Monday, Fox News host Tucker Carlson pointed out that the White House chief medical adviser had memorabilia of himself in his home including a prayer candle depicting him as a religious figure.
“Those are Tony Fauci prayer candles, prominently displayed inside Tony Fauci’s home,” Carlson said as he zoomed zooming in on candles.
“Fauci isn’t just the high priest of Fauciism, he’s also a true believer himself,” Carlson slammed.
WATCH: (Skip to 12:30 to see the prayer candle)
“Well there it was, the third person self reference,” Carlson said.
“Sacred Christian observance canceled until further notice from Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, M.D.,” Carlson said regarding Fauci’s comments, stating that it was akin to declaring “the ancient Christian calendar null and void.”
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