Fauci Gets Backlash After Moving The Goal Posts Right Before Christmas
Dr. Anthony Fauci is getting backlash after he moved the goalposts again right before Christmas.
During a live stream session with the Washington Post Dr. Fauci demanded that anyone hosting a holiday party must require proof of vaccination in order to attend.
“People should, if they invite people over to their home, to essentially ask and maybe require that people show evidence that they are vaccinated,” Fauci said.
“That is the reality of the situation,” Fauci said. Adding that the rule is required to make vaccinated people feel comfortable.
“Go f*** yourself,” responded some on social media and in the comments sections responding to the report.
Fauci also told CNN that “it’s going to be a matter of when, not if” a third vaccination dose will be required to be considered “fully vaccinated.”
Fauci’s new decrees just a couple of weeks before Christmas come during the same time we’ve learned that the first person infected with the Omicron variant in the USA was fully vaccinated. The large Omicron outbreak in Norway occurred during a Christmas party and only the vaccinated were allowed to attend.
Up to 120 people were infected with the Omicron variant according to reports and so far they are doing incredibly well.
Oslo infectious disease doctor Tine Ravlo said that none of them are “severely ill”.
He said: “They have symptoms like fever, cough, headache, muscle pain, fatigue, but for now, none of them has become severely ill, and none of them have been treated in hospital.”
“At that time, we didn’t really have that many restrictions in Oslo, so they followed the rules,” he added.
“That is the hope. That is the best scenario we can have. That it’s getting milder, most people will get it, and they will get a natural immunity.”
During an interview with the Telegraph, he added: “It might be that it has now replicated and mutated so many times that this is the optimal position from the virus’ point of view, to spread widely and not kill the hosts.
“That’s what we’ve seen with other diseases beforehand.
“And of course, then it gets into more like an endemic phase.”