Actually, Tony’s pitching arm is far more accurate than his prognostications. “No problem, no masks”. WHO no longer likes Lockdowns – just came out against. Trump was right. We saved 2,000,000 USA lives!!! https://t.co/YyLyCsbZ7a
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 13, 2020
Courtesy of The Daily Beast:
Who could have foreseen this? A day after Dr. Anthony Fauci demanded that the Trump campaign refrain from using him in future campaign ads, the president has laid into the nation’s top infectious-disease expert in a Twitter rage and accused him of knowing nothing about COVID-19. Fauci told The Daily Beast on Monday that the Trump campaign was “in effect, harassing me” by including him in advertisements against his will. In a tweet Tuesday, Trump ridiculed Fauci’s comically bad ceremonial first pitch at MLB’s Opening Day back in July, writing: “Actually, Tony’s pitching arm is far more accurate than his prognostications.” Trump then wrongly claimed the World Health Organization “no longer likes Lockdowns”—one official said last week that lockdowns should not be the “primary” way to deal with the pandemic at this stage, not that they shouldn’t be used at all.
Yeah, how dare Dr. Fauci not want his words taken out of context and used to help reelect the worst president in American history.
What’s wrong with that guy?
Dr. Fauci, by the way, is not allowing Trump to chase him out of his job.
Courtesy of The Hill:
In an interview on CNBC’s “The News with Shepard Smith,” Fauci stated that he fully intends to continue serving as head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for the next four years.
“I’m not gonna walk away from this outbreak, no matter who’s the president,” Fauci said.
Fauci has been a key voice during the COVID-19 pandemic, with many turning to him for guidance amid a lack of federal leadership regarding the virus.
He further confirmed that he would not endorse any political candidate but would remain impartial to the 2020 presidential outcome.
Dr. Fauci is a national treasure and if more people had listened to him, and done what he said, America’s death toll from this pandemic would be substantially lower.