Although Americans possess an “independent spirit,” we have to “do what [we’re] told” in order to stop the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Thursday.
The remarks came during a speech at Washington National Cathedral with other doctors and scientists.
“I was talking with my UK colleagues who are saying the UK is similar to where we are now, because each of our countries have that independent spirit,” Fauci said. “I can understand that, but now is the time to do what you’re told.”
Fauci again reiterated his admonishment for people to wear masks, socially distance, and wash their hands. He also lamented the “divisiveness” and the fact that science “has been lumped into politics.”
Big League Politics had previously written on Fauci rejecting the Swedes’ pandemic mitigation model as suitable for the United States:
“If you just let things rip and let the infection go … that, quite frankly, George, is ridiculous,” Fauci said on Thursday during an interview with Democrat operative George Stephanopoulos on ABC News.
“What that will do is that there will be so many people in the community that you can’t shelter, that you can’t protect, who are gonna get sick and get serious consequences,” Fauci added.
“So this idea that we have the power to protect the vulnerable is total nonsense because history has shown that that’s not the case. And, and if you talk to anybody who has any experience in epidemiology and infectious diseases, they will tell you that that is risky, and you’ll wind up with many more infections of vulnerable people, which will lead to hospitalizations and deaths. So I think that we just got to look that square in the eye and say it’s nonsense,” he said.
Fauci may openly hesitate to support lockdowns now, yet what if “doing what we’re told” involves accepting another lockdown ordered by our own state government? Do we once again have to sit down, shut up, and stay home?
Some local governments and states have indeed tightened restrictions to curb the increased spread of infections. Ralph “Blackface” Northam, for instance, expanded Virginia’s mask mandate and limited public and private gatherings to 25 people. If a Virginian is the 26th person at a church service on Sunday, should they listen to Dr. Fauci and Gov. Northam and go home?
No, we won’t just do what we’re told. We’re perfectly capable of making informed decisions for ourselves and our families.
Michael Moore: White Texans Don’t Deserve COVID-19 Vaccine
This is medical racism.
Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore called for the COVID-19 vaccine to be reserved for Texans who aren’t white in a tweet thread slamming Texas’ decision to rescind its mask mandate, at first stating that Texans didn’t deserve the coronavirus vaccine because of the state’s refusal to implement mask restrictions permanently.
Texas – we hear you. You didn’t want to be part of our electrical grid. And now you’ve removed your mask mandate & are allowing large crowds to gather. We hear you! COVID is a hoax! So u don’t need our precious vaccine. We’ll send it to ppl who are saving lives by wearing masks.
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) March 3, 2021
After some Democrats criticized Moore’s embrace of a medical embargo on Texas, the hateful filmmaker clarified his proposal. Moore said that the poor and members of non-white groups should be vaccinated, with most White Texans seemingly banned from receiving the vaccine.
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) March 3, 2021
The anti-white racist only reveals his own ignorance. Texas Governor Greg Abbott cited the coronavirus vaccine expressly as a cause to roll back COVID-19 restrictions, with the vaccine more effectively enabling individuals to reintegrate into social society. Mississippi followed the Lone Star State in terminating its mask mandate on Tuesday, and several other red states are moving to finally take statewide mask mandates out of the picture in addition to reopening schools.
Moore’s proposal for racial restriction of President Trump’s COVID-19 vaccine also amounts to a medical crime against humanity, practiced by totalitarian regimes throughout history in times of disease. During the Medieval Black Plague, Jews and other minority groups were at times blamed for the disease, in roughly analogous fashion to Moore’s libelous remarks.
If Moore is so worried about the impacts of Texas’ measured COVID-19 policy on public health, maybe he should take a look in the mirror. Obesity is estimated to be among the most harmful and costly threats to public health in America, with the most overweight at severe risk of incurring a serious case of COVID-19.
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