Dr. Fauci’s days are numbered.
Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, “America’s Doctor” has been exposed as having severe anti-religious bias while delivering his public safety guidelines during the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
In a series of emails, Fauci strongly recommended all “religious services” come to end despite giving the go-ahead for political rallies and cruises a mere four days later.
Fauci Recommended Canceling Religious 'Services' March 5, Okayed Campaign Rallies, Cruise Ships for Healthy 4 Days After pic.twitter.com/s8oGJjr24W
— Wendell Husebø (@WendellHusebo) June 2, 2021
Despite his reluctance to allow Americans to practice their religion safely and freely, Fauci took to the White House podium, claiming it was “perfectly safe” for healthy Americans to take cruises and hold campaign rallies.
Dr Fauci March 9th: "Take a trip on a cruise ship, make intimate contact with hundreds of other people from 3rd World nations." pic.twitter.com/m9GpP2HPmt
— Name Optional (@Petei123) April 21, 2020
While Trump was on the campaign trail, Fauci was routinely asked about the safety the President’s signature campaign rallies. He raised immense concern to members of the Anti-Trump media, despite what we know now about his true thoughts about the virus’ spread.
Dr. Antony Fauci raises concerns about safety of Trump campaign rallies and tells @ABC’s @jonkarl he doesn’t want to be seen as “pitting me against the president.” https://t.co/pOsOIFvdO6 pic.twitter.com/jhTrMVDUjg
— ABC News (@ABC) June 13, 2020
On January 18, 2021, Fauci was asked at a virtual town hall, “When can we expect to go back to church, when we’ll be able to sing, we’ll be able to do wind instruments?”
“Fauci said the timeline largely depended on how quickly the US could get ‘the overwhelming proportion of our population,’ meaning at least 70% to 85%, vaccinated,” Business Insider reported.
But previously, Republican lawmaker Rep. Jim Jordan directly asked Fauci if permitting BLM protesting and riots while disallowing religious services is an any way inconsistent or contradictory.
“Should we limit the protesting?” Jordan asked
This is how Fauci responded:
Can’t go to church.
Can’t go to work.
Can’t go to school.
Even Dr. Fauci says protesting is dangerous.
But Democrats encourage people to riot and protest in the streets. pic.twitter.com/78Dyjkt6D6
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) July 31, 2020
Author: Nolan Sheridan