Of all the public figures, Chief White House medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci seems to get more TV and radio air time than any of them.
Even though a non-elected NIH director, this career public figure has been wielding immense power during the 18 months of COVID-19.
President Trump who was new to politics appointed Fauci as a lead member in the White House Coronavirus Task Force.
This group recommended lockdowns, masks mandates, and no public gatherings.
Fauci has been found on morning shows, like Morning Joe, middays on CNN, and all of the liberal networks repeating his day appearances in their late-night programming.
On Tuesday Fauci said healthy people who are skeptical about getting vaccinated against the coronavirus, although the odds are in their favor, still “have some responsibility as a member of society.”
Fauci, on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” questioned healthy people if they want to be part of a “severe outcome” as a result of not getting vaccinated or be a “part of the solution” by getting vaccinated.
“It is true that young, healthy people have less of a chance of getting severely involved in the sense of getting infected and have a severe outcome. There’s no doubt about that,” Fauci outlined. “But if you look across the country and you look at the hospitals, you see there are plenty of young people who get severely ill. We’ve had 650,000 deaths in the United States. So although the odds are in your favor, you are not completely exempt from getting seriously ill.”
“That’s one component. The other component that, in many respects, is equally important is that it isn’t all about you. If you get infected, even if you don’t have any symptoms, it is likely that you will pass the virus on to someone else who might pass it on to someone else who might have a severe outcome, leading to hospitalization and even death.
So you’ve got a look at it that you’re not in a vacuum. You’re part of society. And do you want to be part of the component that propagates the virus and propagates the outbreak? Or do you want to be part of the solution?”
“So … you should be worried about yourself because your health is important, as is the health of your family, but you are a part of society. And you do have some responsibility as a member of society,” he added.”
I say no to Fauci, yes to liberty.
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