Fauci Backs Down, Authorizes Halloween Trick-or-Treating for Families
Government doctor Anthony Fauci relented in a campaign against popular holidays during a Sunday Meet the Press appearance, announcing that he’d permit children to engage in Halloween trick-or-treating. Fauci had denied permission for children to engage in the practice last year, pointing to the Chinese coronavirus and claiming going door-to-door would represent a high-risk activity.
“You can get out there – you’re outdoors for the most part, at least, when my children were out there doing trick-or-treating – and enjoy it,” Fauci said. “I mean, this is a time that children love. It’s a very important part of the year for children. I know my children enjoy it.”
Fauci did command Americans who aren’t vaccinated to “think again” about trick-or-treating, although he didn’t try to expressly forbid them from celebrating the holiday like a normal human would.
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“But go out there and enjoy Halloween as well as the other holidays that will be coming up,” relented Fauci.
The doctor had made himself a target of criticism when he tried to dissuade American families from celebrating Christmas, quickly backtracking as it became obvious his “advice” was being ignored and that the public was tired of a fanatic-cult attitude in regards to the coronavirus.
The Biden administration medical czar has faced increasing scrutiny for his role in funding Chinese state-run gain of function research in previous decades, having been caught lying about the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases’ support of Chinese experiments into manipulating viruses to make them as transmissible as possible.
With even Fauci backing down in the face of rising public distrust, it’s safe to recommend that Americans act as a normal human, not a fanatic disease cult member.