Earlier today, I reported that Anthony Fauci was wearing a Walgreens mask at his Senate hearing on Tuesday. In fact, it was not a Walgreen’s mask, it was a Washington Nationals baseball team mask.
They use the exact same logo, to the point where it confusing how one of them hasn’t sued the other.
I’m not the first one to get confused by this. A Washington local news station once did a man on the street to ask fans of the Nationals which was which, and everyone failed.
Fauci still might have been paid to wear this. It seems bizarre and inappropriate if it’s a sports team or a drug store. I guess he’s trying to say, “golly gee, Timmy, I’m just a regular American that likes to see the sports teams, not a perverse elitist weirdo at all.”
American politicians all put on baseball caps like children in order to show that they’re normal folks, just like you folks. Even that weirdo gaynigger did it to the folks.
Furthermore, Fauci has been attempting to use his absolute and unquestionable authority to ban baseball, so he’s trying to say, “golly gee, Timmy Folks, I love baseball just like all y’all folks from the communities, but this virus is going to kill us all if we have baseball.”
But to be clear, it is definitely the sports team, and I apologize for getting this wrong earlier today.
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We know as a matter of fact that Anthony Fauci is owned by Bill Gates, who gave him a bunch of grants and put him in prestigious board positions at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The guy is just a totally spineless shill, who will say whatever he is paid to say.
And he’s saying the bars need to close right now because everyone is going to die of the virus.
As coronavirus cases are rising in a number of states, Dr. Anthony Fauci is calling out one culprit in particular for the spike: bars.
Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said in a Senate hearing Tuesday that people should stop going to bars “right now” — just as states like Texas and Florida, both of which have seen a dramatic uptick in the number of cases, were recently forced to close their bars a second time to stem the spread of the virus.
“Congregation at a bar, inside, is bad news,” Fauci said. “We really got to stop that right now.”
“I think we need to emphasize the responsibility that we have both as individuals and as part of a societal effort to end the epidemic that we all have to play a part in that.”
Texas, which until recently was fully open for business, has now become one of the latest epicenters of the virus, logging almost 6,000 new cases daily.
In addition to his dire warning about social distancing, Fauci also said that he would not be surprised if the US reached over 100,000 new cases of the virus a day.
“We are now having 40-plus thousand new cases a day. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 a day if this does not turn around. And so I am very concerned … it could get very bad.”
“It could get very bad” what?
Why is this weirdo in a Walgreens mask the boss of us?
The full hearing is at the top, but the highlight was the Rand Paul confrontation.
Paul could have done better. It is not hard to poke holes in this. At all.
This is the absolute most unbelievable hoax that they are pulling right now, saying that infections are going up. It is the most transparent thing in the world, and they simply count on you not looking into it. For Fauci to promote this hoax… well, it’s a bit like doing a product ad in an appearance before Congress.
It is utterly shameless.
So, let’s just go through this idiocy, one more time.
Here are the positive tests that are shooting up, according to Fauci and the media:
But here are the deaths, which are shooting down, according to the Centers for Disease Control:
When they promote this “more infections” hoax, they don’t mention the fact that deaths are still going down, because that would mean, according to their logic, the more infections there are the fewer people die.
The reality of the situation, of course, is not that the disease is now ten times less deadly. It was never especially deadly. The infection rate is not going up in the middle of the summer.
The “number of infections” is going up because the testing is going up. Period. They are doing random tests so people who don’t know they have it are testing positive.
Here’s the third graph, also based on CDC data, which explains the above two graphs:
This “rising infections” is likely the most bold hoax in all of history. I just can’t hardly even believe it. It is one thing for the media to go up there and promote this, but for an alleged medical professional – the alleged medical professional they made our boss – to go up there and promote this idiotic statistics hoax is just truly incredible.
If these people will promote a hoax of this magnitude, they will promote any hoax.