If you're not comfortable with Anthony Fauci as your doctor, maybe you'll choose to listen to Anthony Fauci in the role of a priest.
In a Fox News interview with Neil Cavuto, Fauci, who is a doctor, was seen to shift his usual call to follow “the science” for what he believes.
Neil pointed out that COVID vaccines might not have fulfilled their promises to many Americans:
“[W]hen people heard, ‘Oh my gosh — [a rallying infection] has happened…to Dr. Anthony Fauci,’ everyone knows someone who’s gotten [COVID] again — and sometimes again after that — and they’re beginning to wonder about the regimen for treating it. You know, whether you get two vaccination shots, whether you get a booster, another booster. They just don’t know. What do you tell them?”
Dr. Fauci described it as “a great question.” He emphasized the certainty of our ever-expanding array of injections:
There’s no doubt that the vaccines themselves — particularly vaccine plus a booster at the appropriate time when you become eligible for a booster; for more than one booster if you’re over 50 years old, you get eligibility for two boosters — one of the things that’s clear from the data, that even though vaccines…
In the second part of the sentence that lasted a while, he pinpointed the reason for the poor performance of vaccines:
…because of the very high degree of transmission of this virus due to its high degree of transmission…
Are the vaccines ineffective due to the fact that the virus is transmissible? Or do they fail because they aren't effective and allow this virus to be transmissible?
Whatever way you look at it, the vaccines can perform well, but you don't want anything to work too well.
“[The vaccines] don’t protect overly well, as it were, against infection…”
There's a positive side in the event that you “believe”…
“[T]hey protect quite well against severe disease leading to hospitalization and death.”
It's an issue of faith.
“[I] believe that’s the reason…why, at my age, being vaccinated and boosted — even though it didn’t protect me against infection — I feel confident that it [played] a major role in protecting me from progressing to severe disease.”
Perhaps it did. But the vaccines were not advertised as a matter of faith. And neither was anything else we were told to do. For a long time, the nation was instructed that it should “trust the science.” It's odd that these words were seldom if ever followed by a scientific explanation.
Podcaster and political activist Dave Rubin wasn't won over by Fauci's style of phrasing. On the 14th of July, in the latest installment of The Rubin Report, he clarified:
[Fauci] is nothing other than a snake oil salesman at this point. … [W]e were told if you got the vaccine, you were not going to get COVID. … Then, of course, the evidence starts pouring. … So the message was…’Oh, it’s not a vaccine like the way we’ve always known vaccines, meaning that you’d be…vaccinated from the thing. It’s actually just going to stop you from being hospitalized. … I have never seen a study on this. … When Obama gets COVID and Hillary gets COVID and Psaki gets COVID….they all say the same thing — ‘I got COVID and it’s mild, and I’m just so happy I got the shot and got boosted; because otherwise, I’d be sicker.’ There’s no evidence of it. … They just keep saying it. And…the way [Fauci]…phrases it…you know he’s admitting it. ‘Cause he says, ‘I believe.’ … He doesn’t say there’s actually any evidence of it. … So…he’s just sort of admitting none of this made any sense.
It's quite easy to say that something could have been more difficult if it weren't the “X.” If statistics show that a higher proportion of patients hospitalized for COVID do not have vaccinations. Are they being treated in hospital due to it, or simply because of it? Are there other reasons?
Whatever the case, research and data haven't been kind to masks and lockdowns. However, Fauci would like you to believe that too. If you believed that you weren't subject to mandatory muzzles, then you may be shocked soon. While you wait, the doctor will prescribe voluntarism. Any other way is not acceptable:
“[Y]ou really should, in an indoor setting, a congregate setting, be wearing masks. It’s just the appropriate thing to do to protect yourself and your family.”
Do not even think of the pandemic over:
“Everyone wants to put this pandemic behind us and feel and hope that it doesn’t exist. It does.”
Rubin was thinking about it as well:
“Dude, I want to feel and hope that you never existed. That’s where I’m at with you right now.”