During a recent appearance on Fox News, Fauci told host Chris Wallace that another "wave" of the alleged virus – what is this, wave 46 at this point? – is on the way, and Trump supporters need to get injected in order to stop it.
Europe "always seems to be a few weeks ahead of us," Fauci rambled while fingering a mock toy made in the shape of the Chinese virus, as presented to the world on television.
This is "absolutely no time to declare victory" against the virus, Fauci added, claiming that just because there has been a sharp drop-off in new "cases" does not mean that the world can now go back to normal.
"They thought they were home free and they weren't, and now they are seeing cases go up," Fauci went on to fear-monger about how really scary "variants" of the Wuhan flu could soon appear in a city or town near you.
Fauci is particularly upset about a poll released by PBS NewsHour, NPR, and Marist, which found that most Trump supporters are refusing the experimental gene therapy injections. On the other hand, only 10 percent of Biden supporters are planning to forego the shot.
When asked by Wallace if Trump should speak directly to his supporters about getting vaccinated, Fauci eagerly responded that he hopes Trump will do exactly that because "the numbers that you gave are so disturbing."
"How such a large proportion of a certain group of people would not want to get vaccinated merely because of political considerations ... it makes absolutely no sense," Fauci whined.
This strawman by Fauci conveniently mischaracterizes the millions of informed Americans on both the right and the left who have decided to skip the jab not for "political considerations," but rather for medical and health considerations.
Trump apparently listened to Fauci by urging his supporters to get the "great" Wuhan flu vaccines that he personally spearheaded through Operation Warp Speed.
"I would recommend it and I would recommend it to a lot of people that don't want to get it," Trump told Fox's Maria Bartiromo. "And a lot of those people voted for me, frankly."
"We have our freedoms and we have to live by that and I agree with that also. But it's a great vaccine, it's a safe vaccine and it's something that works."
Beijing Biden, meanwhile, promised during a makeshift State of the Union that was all about the Chinese virus that come May there will be enough vaccinations available for every person in the United States to receive one.
As other countries are halting their vaccination efforts due to high rates of adverse effects, America's "leaders" are badgering the public to get injected as quickly as possible.
Fauci, as a reminder, heads up a department of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which just so happens to have funded, with your tax dollars, the gain of function research on coronaviruses in Wuhan, China, that ultimately led to declaration of a "pandemic" last spring.
"What is the problem here?" Fauci further complained during his interview, visibly upset that tens of millions of Americans could not possibly care less about what he has to say.
"This is a vaccine that is going to be lifesaving for millions of people," Fauci declared.
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