Dr. Fauci Is the Worst Person in America Right Now
11 Oct 2021
BUCK: We’ll come back and talk about what the little lab coat tyrant has in mind for us, ’cause he is the absolute worst. The worst!
(impression) “Buck, why are you so mean to me?”
Because, Fauci, you are the worst person in America right now.
BUCK: Fauci is finally seeing the limits of his tyranny. He’s gotten away with so much to this point. The fact that this guy he has been able to be as wrong as he is… I know, I know. Democrats. I know libs out there who will say that it was a noble lie when he said that masks don’t do anything because we were gonna run out of masks.
We never ran out of masks. We were never going to run out of masks. That was just the excuse for Fauci knowing that masking became first a psychological security blank to the overanxious, and then the political signaling tool, and then the tool of subjugation for the rest of us. “Wear that mask and do everything else we tell you to.”
Fauci had to go along with all that. That the pope of Fauciism, if you will, himself in 2020, no less, basically mocked the idea of masks publicly, creates a problem for them. This is like when there’s a founding of a religion and it turns out, “Oh, wait. This person didn’t actually do any of these things,” or someone else said this or wrote it.
They just change it. That’s what they’ve done with Fauci. Because he is effectively an iconic religious figure for the left, for the Democrats. Remember, they will never be angry at him because in their minds he helped deliver this country from Trump. “Oh, no, not Trump!” That’s all that he had to do. They’ll always forgive him.
In fact, they’ll always celebrate him. Even in years to come when we see that the abandonment of decades of pandemic playbook and the preparations made and what was common knowledge within the medical community about things like natural immunity, about the worthlessness of cloth masks as an infection-reduction tool for aerosolized virus.
When we look back at all that, there will still be about 40% of the country that says, “Yeah, but whatever Fauci had to do, it was worth it because he saved us from Trump.” You see, this is how Trump Derangement Syndrome is its own pandemic. Here is Fauci, though, finally seeing the limits of his powers and the need for his political masters to not have to deal with the blowback from things that he says.
Because he had claimed, as you know (impression), “We can’t really tell if this Christmastime, is it safe for you to see loved ones? Maybe it’s your last Christmas ever. Too bad! We got a virus out there, and if you go near family, you’re basically a mass murderer, even if you’re vaccinated. So, sorry,” and then he had to back off of that.
People realize, hold on a second. There’s a problem here. This guy’s out of his mind. This guy’s completely unreasonable. That’s really the essence of Fauciism is dictatorial unreasonableness. And so now he’s even saying (impression), “Go out! Go for Halloween. Enjoy your Reese’s Pieces or your Candy Corns or whatever.” I’m sure the CDC’s gonna put out a statement any time now about how dangerous sugar is. But here he is.
REPORTER: Halloween is just around the corner. A lot of parents are wondering how to trick-or-treat, do they hand out candy, do they walk around with their children? What’s your guidance?
FAUCI: I think that — particularly if you’re vaccinated, but — you can get out there, you’re outwards for the most part, at least when my children were out there doing trick-or-treating, and enjoy it. I mean, this is a time that children love. It’s — it’s a very important part of the year for children.
I know my children enjoyed it. So I… Particularly if you’re vaccinated. If you’re not vaccinated, again, think about it that you’ll add an extra degree of protection to yourself and your children and your family and your community. So it’s a good time to reflect on why it’s important to get vaccinated.
BUCK Whoa! Whoa! Hold on a second. What’s this? Notice how he’s admitting that there are other things in life to think about than just the slim possibility of getting this virus and getting deeply sick from it and giving it to somebody else who then gets deeply sick from it? There are other considerations in life. Hold on a second. Where did this Fauci…?
Where has this guy been for 18 months? Ohhh. Because he finally stepped in it with his (impression), “I don’t think you can see your loved ones over Christmas. I don’t know. It’s too early to tell.” Finally, people saw what Fauci, the little fascist, actually had in mind for their future.
And the Democrats were like, “Whoa! Whoa! Hold on a second, Fauch. You are a tool of our power. You’re not supposed to make it harder for us to control people. You’re supposed to make it easier.” So they had to dial him back just a little bit, just a little bit. Will it last? Unlikely, but certainly worth consideration.
BUCK: Dr. Fauci’s out there trying to scramble and sound like he’s a little bit less of a sociopath when it comes to can you actually see your family members at Christmas this year? “Okay, fine,” he says. “You can.” But when…? Here’s a fun one: When can we stop wearing masks…? I don’t wear masks inside. Unless I’m in a place where they are escort me out and/or arrest me, I’m not wearing a mask.
I’m just not doing it. I haven’t done it for a very long time, but there are people out there who still think mask-wearing inside… You’ll notice one other thing, by the way. If Fauci wasn’t a little Democrat tyrant who is desperate to be liked by the cool kids who run the United States government right now, the Biden administration, why wouldn’t he tell people, “Hey, guys. Masking outside is really…
“It creates anxiety for everybody around you because it looks like you’re a lunatic and there’s no need for it.” Why wouldn’t he say that? Because that’s reality. Oh, he won’t say it. He won’t even tell you when we can expect to be done with indoor masking for the vaccinated. Here you go. Dr. Fauci.
REPORTER: How long do you think it will be until it’s safe for vaccinated people to once again be indoors without a mask?
FAUCI: It’s always tough to predict that. I think if we continue to go down in the cases that we’re seeing right now and more and more people get vaccinated, as the dynamics of the outbreak — namely the amount of virus circulating in the community — goes down, I hope we’ll be able to pull back on some of those restrictions to get closer to what we really feel is normal in the community. I hope that’s soon, but I can’t give a prediction of a date on that.
BUCK: (impression) “Oh, no, I can’t predict. I — I don’t know this one. I’ve given predictions constantly in the past. There could be another variant. You could have a droplet that grows into a massive reservoir of virus.” Now all of a sudden he’s Mr. Cautious about his predictions.
Why? ‘Cause he stepped in it recently. You’re telling people in October that you don’t think they can see their family in December? You’re not sure? At what rate of vaccination and natural immunity will America be at that point? And, by the way, I spent last Christmas with my family and the one before that.
BUCK: It's all so arbitrary, and they pretend it's not judgment calls when it clearly is.
BUCK: I've seen some people trying to politicize, in some way, the fact that he was double vaccinated.
CLAY: I was on talking about the importance of the First Amendment and why freedom of speech mattered in media circles.
CLAY: Man, we are making a big difference in the way that we are talking, and even other media are starting to follow our lead.
CLAY: I wonder what it’s like — and I hope I never know, and some people might say it’s already happened — to be past your mental faculties and end up with a big job.