[Rushtalk] Anthony Fauci Is A Communist
John A. Quayle
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Sat Nov 14 12:42:13 MST 2020
I had the virus in my own home - my son was visiting September 20th and the next day, was burning up with tremors from shivering. Four days later, my wife came down with it. It took my son 48 hours to get over it. His mother took two weeks. My 23 year-old daughter didn't get it nor did I. Believe me, it's impossible to social distance when you're taking care of a sick spouse. My primary care physician told me I was "lucky." I think there's a little more to it than that. I don't think it was mere happenstance. I have no better explanation for it, however.
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He’s right about at least one thing: science becomes secondary to politics. I know, I know: “experts say ...”. The problem is that we can always find a plethora of experts who will tell us exactly what we want to hear - never fails. The issues get totally politicized, and then no one will ever back down. Both sides dig in their heels, cite their own selected experts, and any hope of progress and/or agreement is lost. We, family and I, are at a point we really don’t know what to believe. We’re never sure of any “expert’s” motives. We have two great MDs in our immediate family, and they disagree with each other. And both of their opinions totally disagree with their personal politics.
Add to that the fact that most people detest being told what to do, and it’s even harder to determine what is real and what is simply non-conformity.
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Fauci Dismisses Americans' Independent Spirit, Tells Citizens 'Now Is the Time To Do What You're Told'
Graeme Jennings - Pool / Getty ImagesAnthony Fauci, director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at NIH, testifies at a Senate Health, Education, and Labor and Pensions Committee on Capitol Hill, on Sept. 23, in Washington, D.C. (Graeme Jennings - Pool / Getty Images)By Jack Davis
Published November 14, 2020 at 10:38am
Americans need to learn obedience, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci.Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a White House coronavirus adviser, said that the size and character of America make it difficult to simply shut down the entire nation.
“I was talking with my U.K. colleagues who are saying the U.K. is similar to where we are now, because each of our countries have that independent spirit,” he said Thursday, according toCNBC.
“I can understand that, but now is the time to do what you’re told,” he said.
Fauci says U.S. has ‘independent spirit,’ but now is the time to ‘do what you’re told’https://t.co/9FRazgqExS— CNBC (@CNBC) November 13, 2020
TRENDING:Bad News for Dems: Kamala Harris Wouldn't Be First VP of Color - It Was a Republican Elected Over 90 Years AgoFauci said America “had too much individual approaches towards how we were going to handle the outbreak,” according toWTOP.“We did not act in a unified way,” he said, adding that in the early months of the pandemic, not enough was done to limit the spread of the virus.Fauci said the image of scientists and health experts as “authoritarian” by Americans was a problem because science “has been lumped into politics,” according to CNBC.
Heeding science becomes part of a political view in a very divided society, he said.“All of a sudden science gets caught in a lot of this divisiveness.”
Fauci said he is not calling for a mass shutdown, as has been proposed by some members of presumptive potential President-elect Joe Biden’s team, butstrict obedience to guidelines that call for wearing masks, socially distancing, and washing hands.
Fauci added that Americans need to seriously evaluate the risks of traditional multi-generational Thanksgiving dinners, according toReligion News Service.“I think every family unit needs to do a risk assessment,” he said, taking into effect factors such as the age of those attending, any underlying health conditions and the extent of travel needed to bring everyone together.
“You may want to make a decision that you’re just going to forestall it — now whenever I say that I’m the grinch that stole Thanksgiving,” he said. “I’m not saying that. I’m saying everyone needs to seriously think about the risk-benefit.”Fauci said there’s nothing wrong with erring on the side of caution.
“You might say,” he continued, “I had a wonderful Thanksgiving last year. I’m looking forward to a wonderful Thanksgiving next year. But maybe right now is not the time to have 25 people in a house when you take your mask off as you’re eating.”The infectious disease expert drew a reaction on Twitter.
Thanksgiving is not cancelled in the Browning household. Sorry, Fauci.— Dean Browning (@DeanBrowningPA) November 13, 2020
Listen to Dr. Fauci: Don’t invite your kids home from college for Thanksgiving. Pay for their turkey and Zoom or Skype it. It’s not worth spreading the virus.https://t.co/r3m5kgpOwY— Judy Melinek M.D. (@drjudymelinek) November 11, 2020
Trying to achieve herd immunity — in which the virus would be allowed to spread to build up enough immunity in the nation that the virus eventually is no longer a threat — is not a good option, he said.
“It sounds simple in the context of this ominous outbreak but in fact we can turn it around,” he said according to CNBC.Fauci was upbeat about a vaccine from Pfizer that the company has said was 90 percent effective.“When people know that help is on the way … I hope we can get over the COVID fatigue,” he said.We are committed to truth and accuracy in all of our journalism. Read our editorial standards._______________________________________________
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