Dr. Anthony Fauci suggested that there seem to be “two kinds of America,” referring to vaccinated vs unvaccinated Americans, as he and the mainstream media attempt to reignite fear surrounding COVID-19 to force the experimental jab upon as many people as possible.
“It’s kind of like we have two kinds of America,” Fauci said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “We have the very vulnerable unvaccinated part, and we have the really relatively protected vaccinated part, so if you were vaccinated, you were really in a very different category than someone who’s not vaccinated.”
A recent poll showed that around 80% of unvaccinated Americans say that they probably will not or definitely will not get the shot. Recent vaccination efforts have slowed as America achieved 57.1% vaccination of its eligible population – Americans aged 12 or older.
The persistence of hesitancy has “frustrated” Fauci, who thought the sudden rise of the so-called “delta variant” would push more people to get the shots. Instead, leaders are “practically pleading” with unvaccinated individuals.
“What I would really like to see is more and more of the leaders in those areas that are not vaccinating to get out and speak out and encourage people to get vaccinated,” Fauci said. “I was very heartened to hear people like Steve Scalise come out and say, ‘hey, we need to get vaccinated.’”
About a month ago, President Biden and other leaders tout numbers that indicated the virus was in retreat, and Fauci said that it is retreating – but claimed that the retreat was for vaccinated people only.
Fauci’s fear-mongering comes amid news that the CDC is considering changing mask guidance once again, which could lead to nationwide mask mandates – regardless of vaccination status.
Fauci suggested that even vaccinated people may need to consider wearing face masks in public indoor spaces.
“The CDC agrees with that ability and discretion capability to say, you know, you’re in a situation where we’re having a lot of dynamics of infection,” Fauci explained. “So even if you are vaccinated, you should wear a mask.”
Critics slammed Fauci’s comments as being about “control,” and “constantly changing.”
“Fauci chirping this weekend the vaccinated may well be back behind masks soon,” tweeted conservative columnist Chris Stigall. “Proving this isn’t about anything other than control. It’s sure as hell not about science.”
“And they wonder why the public doesn’t know who to trust when the messaging is constantly changing,” tweeted Independent Women’s Voice, a conservative policy advocacy organization.
“Fauci is seriously suggesting that vaccinated people might need to wear masks again? Who is still buying this s—?” conservative comedian Tim Young tweeted.
Also, conveniently sliding under the national radar, the CDC revoked the so-called gold standard for national testing for COVID-19 after revealing that it was incapable of discerning between a patient infected with COVID-19 versus the common flu. This essentially means that the Covid numbers up until this date have been seriously inflated.
Author: Tyler Flemming