Watch: Fauci Says, People ‘Confuse A Philosophical Objection With A Religious Objection’
Dr. Fauci is back and now he’s believes he the pope.
During an appearance on CNN with Dana Bash, Fauci was asked about the amount of religious exceptions to getting the coronavirus vaccine. Fauci’s response was that people “confuse” philosophical beliefs with religious ones.
Host, Dana Bash asked, “So some states and cities like where we are in Washington D.C., they are seeing thousands of new requests for religious exemptions to coronavirus. Do you know of any major religion, and this is getting a vaccine for the coronavirus? Do you know any major religion that opposes a vaccine? How worried are you that people are abusing religious and medical exemptions in order to not get a vaccine that either the local government or their company requires?”
Fauci said, “Well, Dana, we looked at this years ago when people were claiming religious exemptions to avoid getting measles vaccines when we had the measles outbreak in certain clusters of under-vaccinated people. There are precious few religions that say you cannot do that. Very, very few. Literally less than a handful. But people, you know, sometimes confuse a philosophical objection with a religious objection. when you talk about established religions, there are so few that will not allow you to be vaccinated.”
Fauci then said regardless of peoples beliefs its “all for their benefit” and what they believe doesn’t matter.
Dr. Fauci has also expressed he’s not sure if he’s going to cancel Christmas this year.
Fauci wants you to know it’s too soon to tell if we’re allowed to celebrate Christmas this year.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 3, 2021
Meanwhile, Joe has no problem being maskless.
Your family can’t meet at Christmas, but Joe Biden can go to a baseball game with thousands of people https://t.co/8tZ8ag2JkS pic.twitter.com/Y39wWDywYL
— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) October 3, 2021