(Republican Party News) – If there’s anyone who has been beyond thrilled to be embraced by the totalitarian arms of the Biden administration, it’s the flip-flopping Dr. Anthony Fauci of the NIH, a total darling of the left-wing media who gave us an endless stream of false predictions from the moment the pandemic reached our shores and which were used by Democrat governors to push our nation into a literal dystopia.
He’s been more than happy to bash and blame President Donald Trump for all the COVID deaths that happened as he had a leading role in the White House’s response to the pandemic.
This is beyond insanity—but he’s only able to get away with all this hogwash because the media is more than happy to unquestionably publish everything he writes because he’s only serving to bolster their own narrative.
And what better platform than CNN?
It was there that Fauci recently declared that former President Trump’s “denial and lack of facts” had contributed to the 500,000+ COVID-19 deaths over the past year.
Alisyn Camerota served this question up to Fauci on her program “New Day” this week, asking if he believed that Trump’s rhetoric led to the total death toll, as if that is something that is even possible to quantify and as if Fauci wasn’t out there contradicting himself every five minutes.
“I certainly think that that’s part of it,” the feckless doctor replied. “When you have such a common force, such a powerful force against you…you’ve got to do it together in a unifying way and not have any kind of political ideology divisiveness getting in the way of what we’re trying to do.”
“That’s not the only thing that really was a problem, but that’s certainly in my mind, having lived through it, was something that I found really to be unfortunately damaging,” he continued.
Camerota then asked if Trump’s “denial and lack of facts contributed to this level of loss”.
“I’m uncomfortable going back and directly criticizing, but it’s really almost self evident that when you’re trying to signal the country to really buckle down and address the kinds of mitigation strategies that we put forth — the wearing of masks, the physical distancing, the avoiding congregate settings, the kinds of things that I and many of the other public health people, who were there, trying to get the country to appreciate the this that we were trying to do all throughout the entire outbreak,” Fauci, who is obviously not so uncomfortable with boldly blaming someone he was advising on coronavirus for the total number of coronavirus deaths.
“I mean, the thing that I remember very clearly is when we were trying to open up the country, open up the economy and to do it carefully with the gateway, the phase 1, phase 2, the phase 3. I was hoping that would see a uniform, unified approach towards all doing that together. And when signals come saying ‘this isn’t so bad, we’re in pretty good shape,’ when we’re saying we’re not, we being the health people, that was not helpful, because the people who wanted to deny that this is something that was serious when you get a signal from above that it might not be [so bad], then you don’t do the kinds of things you need to do.”
Infowars takes us on a little trip down memory lane to examine Fauci’s many instances of public flip-flopping that far more realistically contributed to the outcome of the pandemic as he was telling us what to friggin’ do the whole time.
In one great example, Fauci admitted under oath when testifying before Congress that the Trump administration had, in fact, saved lives rather than contributed to the loss of them.
Then there was the time that Fauci claimed COVID cases wouldn’t be subsiding anytime soon—which he has no contradicted this week, saying they’re actually declining consistently.
Anthony Fauci in November: “When you have the kind of inflection you have it doesn’t all of a sudden turn around just like that”
Anthony Fauci, today: “We are seeing the natural peaking and coming down [of infections]” pic.twitter.com/vAaCUkJxCX
— Eric (@IAmTheActualET) February 21, 2021
In March of last year, Fauci argued that masks don’t do much to mitigate coronavirus spread. Since then Fauci has recommended double-masking.
Anthony Fauci is a flip-flopping fraud.
But, trust the science. pic.twitter.com/TbtgFx0u25
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) February 16, 2021
Last summer, Fauci insisted that reopening schools was too dangerous for the children because of COVID.
But in November Fauci said, “But as I said in the past … the default position should be to try as best as possible within reason to keep the children in school or to get them back to school.”
But Fauci isn’t just a flip-flopper, he’s a partisan hack as well.
As recently as September 2020, Fauci praised New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D) COVID response measures, despite the state having the highest COVID death rate in the country.
But when evidence of a massive nursing home death toll cover-up within his office hit the mainstream press this month, Fauci refused to comment.
“I’m not really sure of all the details of that, and I think if I make a statement, it probably could either be incorrect or taken out of context. So, I prefer not to comment on that,” he told CNN last week.
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