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And Trump Takes Advice From This Quack? ...Dr.
Fauci Says He Will Lift Social Distancing Restrictions
After "No New Cases, No New Deaths" (VIDEO)

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Posted By: DCGIRL, 4/3/2020 6:45:17 AM

Just so you know — these “experts” are making it up as they go along. And these experts are going to destroy the US economy based on total guesses and hysterical predictions. On March 15, 2020 Dr Anthony Fauci told Jon Karl on ABC that the US could expect up to 21 million coronavirus hospitalizations and up to 1.7 million coronavirus deaths.


Dr. Fauci is a destructive little man. He has a Napoleon complex and a little bit of power has gone to his head. What is so disappointing, President Trump fell for it and many lives in the U.S. will be destroyed.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: MainelySane 4/3/2020 6:50:35 AM (No. 366806)
Most people will be conditioned by this for at least one generation anyway. We are having a new understanding of human interaction... that's the way it is. It isn't wrong. But Fauci personally can't stop people from mingling.. which will also happen. At some point, the most vulnerable will be dead .. I think it's us old people who are in the death era anyway... and people will be fed up of not being able to be social. It should surprise no one that most of the people who are dying are old.... 60 is NOT the new forty. 70 is not the new 50...
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Highlander 4/3/2020 7:01:25 AM (No. 366817)
I have to believe that Trump will use the logic he has used all his business and now, his political career. He would not defy that logic in making any determination on what course to take, getting this country going again. He has to know that there are acceptable numbers so we can all get our lives back, no matter what this doctor says. Because of his background, I don’t trust the doctor to be politically objective.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: MainelySane 4/3/2020 7:10:52 AM (No. 366826)
Fauci has said that he's not an economist. He's not a politician. He's not a social scientist. He's an infectious disease expert. He has said that the economic consequences of epidemic disease is another issue. For sure, as a whole, societies in general around the world will accept some level of risk for interaction among humans. The weak will die as always. We may have eternal souls, but we still occupy animal, material bodies that can be terminated by disease. Learn to number your days.... if you haven't already.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: spacer 4/3/2020 7:25:44 AM (No. 366838)
Fauci is first and foremost a government bureaucrat.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: privateer 4/3/2020 7:31:08 AM (No. 366841)
Small man syndrome: Napoleon Brainapart. Look at me...I am SO important! Another Obummer holdover.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Sam1 4/3/2020 7:43:02 AM (No. 366852)
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Reply 7 - Posted by: LesUNo 4/3/2020 7:48:43 AM (No. 366861)
He is not only that #4. He is an ardent Hillary admirer as evidenced in a letter he wrote to her. One portion in particular..... ——————— “Wow. Very rarely does a speech bring me to tears but this one did. Talk about telling it like it is. That was a bases loaded home run. Please tell her that I love her more that ever, you guys too.” ——————— He is an anti-Trumper with a bad case of little man syndrome who finds the unemployment numbers, business closings and ultimate bankruptcies an ‘inconvenience’.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Daisymay 4/3/2020 7:49:48 AM (No. 366862)
I have faith that our President will made that decision himself. Dr. Fauci will not be the "decider". Trump is well aware that he cannot let our country to into a depression. He is ready and able to end the shut down of our country. I really think it will be the end of this month. Trump was already expecting to open up at Easter and was talked out of it, but I don't believe that will happen a second time. I also think Dr. Fauci may once again find himself out of the front row at the pressers if he gets too Big for his Britches! Guess he didn't learn his lesson the last time that happened!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: chance_232 4/3/2020 8:09:26 AM (No. 366884)
If your goal is exclusively to stop the spread and limit the death toll, Fauci is absolutely correct. However, destroying the economy would have long term catostrophic unintended consequences. This is known as "the cure being worse than the disease" At some point, you just have to step back and allow the virus to run its course.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Strike3 4/3/2020 8:11:22 AM (No. 366886)
There are no medical experts, climate experts or financial experts. These fields have become too complex and immeasurable that no person can learn enough in a lifetime to be classified as an expert. Put government employment into the equation and you have the perfect storm of incompetence. The country will collapse before Fauci's wish list is accomplished. Let's get back to work.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: tsquare 4/3/2020 8:12:28 AM (No. 366889)
We still have swine flu and its deaths annually...a decade after it hit. Ten years of lockdown?
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Heil Liberals 4/3/2020 8:28:30 AM (No. 366907)
I think Dr. Fauci is enjoying his moment in the sun. Under past presidents, he toiled in relative obscurity. Now, he's the face of the administration as "the expert," no an expert, but THE EXPERT that will tell us how we shal all live until this passes. As another poster noted, he is a bureaucrat. I wonder when the last time was that he actually engaged in research?
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Reply 13 - Posted by: anniebc 4/3/2020 8:44:56 AM (No. 366929)
The left must have a secret plan, not yet in place, to infect millions with this disease. How foolish of him to say such a thing, and what fools the media are to believe him and not treat him like some quack.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: jacksin5 4/3/2020 8:58:49 AM (No. 366943)
What scares me about Dr. Fauci is that in between WH daily briefings, he races to interviews with CNN, MSNBC, and the rest of the MSM, spouting his dire predictions. All this does is make this the Trump Virus, and continue the MSM meme that Trump's mishandling of the crisis will kill us all. It also tells me that Fauci has a political agenda in partnership with his scientific one.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Kate318 4/3/2020 8:58:52 AM (No. 366944)
I saw this little toad on Fox & Friends this morning. He was querulous, disdainful and intransigent. At one point, his response stunned all four hosts into silence for several seconds. He is a nasty piece work, with a steely defiance in his eye. If POTUS continues to let this man lead, we will not recover as a nation.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: starbaby 4/3/2020 9:03:18 AM (No. 366956)
Got news for the good doctor. Ultimately the American people will be the "decider". Sick to death of the panic and hysteria. There is a virus, not a good thing. But it's not the first one, won't be the last one. Shut the hell up and concentrate on finding a cure and a vaccine.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: msjena 4/3/2020 9:28:59 AM (No. 366991)
Prediction: When Trump ends the federal stay at home order, Fauci will loudly resign and start giving interviews on CNN and MSNBC. When he's not doing that, he will be deciding which publisher will publish his book. I hope I'm wrong.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Moritz55 4/3/2020 10:14:27 AM (No. 367055)
I trust the President to weigh advice and make the right decisions.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: lakerman1 4/3/2020 10:31:51 AM (No. 367086)
you people are disappointing me. It is Dr. Fauci's job to give us the worst case scenario, IF WE FAIL TO OBSERVE THE PROTOCOLS. people need good reasons to give up certain things, even on a temporary basis. those idiot youngsters going on spring break are the exemplars of that failure. conversely, Dr. Birx is the exemplar of the bearer of good news. do what we suggest, and your risk will be reduced. And as a clinician, she discusses potential treatments for the Kung Flu. If Dr. Fauci turned down the requests for TV interviews, the dims would claim DJT is stifling him, hiding the truth, and the like. Our youngest son, a rising senior Chemistry Pre Med major, is a cool, calm research oriented lab rat. and his position, from the beginning of this, is that the likelihood of worst case death tolls will not happen. but he is observing the protocols carefully. and he worries about us, and gives us lots of advice about following the rules.. all of us may be overthinking this. and some of us are becoming paralyzed with the politics.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: bigfatslob 4/3/2020 10:40:17 AM (No. 367100)
If one can remember Obama's statement of the wildebeest analogy in time of crisis a large herd of the animals can afford to lose a few, sacrifice the weak at the back of the herd to the attacking lions. This is exactly what Tony Fauci is comparing this to. It takes a certain kind of mentality to think like this maybe it's the liberal mindset so I know where this bozo clown doctor is coming from. I'll trust the President to do the best thing in the end.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: stablemoney 4/3/2020 10:47:12 AM (No. 367111)
Fauci is a master of misspeak. Certainly he said no new cases, but I think he meant no new caseload, meaning the cases had topped, and were beginning to fall in number. Social distancing was designed to prevent health providers and hospitals from being overwhelmed. Social distancing may slow the spread of the virus, but it does not stop it. At some point, caseloads will have peaked and fall within the capacities of our healthcare infrastructure. The media never ask, and the American people are never provided any answers as to how this virus started. Trump even goes right past the question, saying he doesn't want to deal with that now. Just believing my own eyes, it seems this virus is different, and Chinese behavior has been to conceal, so one might feel some suspicion. If no reason for suspicion, please enlighten me with the truth.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: bpl40 4/3/2020 10:56:36 AM (No. 367128)
If we wait that long we will back in caves, wearing animal skins and fighting with clubs. Social distancing will be irrelevant!
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Reply 23 - Posted by: DVC 4/3/2020 11:15:03 AM (No. 367160)
I wonder who this "Fauci" is that so many here get such joy out of being so rude about? The Dr. Fauci that I have seen on TV a lot, and in a long one-on-one interview on Mark Levin's show was a reasonable, knowledgeable public health doctor, with a pleasant personality. The mean, incompetent person that so many seem to love to hate isn't anyone that I have seen.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: cold porridge 4/3/2020 11:53:13 AM (No. 367203)
A few here seem to think Dr. Fauci is just a smart doctor doing the best he can, or the smartest doctor doing all he can. From my days in private practice, I remember when Aids was first discovered by a Dr. in France. Somehow Dr. Fauci was right on the scene claiming that he had discovered Aids just at that same time or maybe just before the Dr. in France. Fauci is more of a weasel and conniving POS with a political agenda than he is a doctor.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: hershey 4/3/2020 1:07:16 PM (No. 367269)
The President needs to wise up and send Fauci on a slow boat to China...Wuhan China that is...
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Reply 26 - Posted by: jeffkinnh 4/3/2020 1:16:46 PM (No. 367275)
Now, Fauci's opinion holds sway and has value. The ONLY thing we can effectively do is try not to spread the virus. There is no other real option. Within a few weeks, more supplies will be available, we will know more about medications, we may be able to regionalize the impact, and the curve may start to naturally decline, which is happening in some of the countries impacted a month ago. Then, the balance of priorities will start to shift. Fauci will claim, correctly, that we will be risking more infections and death BUT the damage being done TO PEOPLE by the economic contraction cannot be tolerated indefinitely. This is the same reason the seasonal flu killing 20,000+ people annually is accepted. There are other realities beyond Fauci's narrow world.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: sydney727 4/3/2020 1:47:21 PM (No. 367317)
Wrote to the POTUS last night saying this guy needs to be fired, that he is on an ego trip and is no longer useful. His theoretical world view is actually becoming very destructive. Hope POTUS listens. I am sure I am not the only one writing to him about the good doctor. What about that Dr. Smith who has been appearing on the Ingraham Angle - he has real life solutions.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: rikkitikki 4/3/2020 2:24:25 PM (No. 367363)
Fauci was in his current position in 2009 when Obama waited until American deaths from H1N1 had accumulated to over 1,000 before he declared it to be a pandemic...and then went and played a round of golf later on the same day. Fauci was in charge during the decade since when the national stockpile of N95 masks was not resupplied. Fauci was in charge while America spent billions on AIDS research, while neglecting every other health priority. Fauci was an incompetent disaster then, and he's still incompetent.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: PCMM 4/3/2020 2:46:37 PM (No. 367390)
Have worked besides some outstanding physicians over the past 25 years and none of them had much respect for the physicians who seek a camera and microphone (or a big desk/office as an administrator). Most great docs (the ones dedicated to patient care) don’t have time for silliness and receive all of the praise, accolades, love and admiration that comes from providing outstanding care. DJT got rolled by the Dems and little goody two shoes (Pence) was no help in this regard. Funny how there aren’t any patriotic MAGA docs out there, only Clintonistas. Ugh ...
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Reply 30 - Posted by: YorkieMom 4/3/2020 9:04:30 PM (No. 367694)
If you’re questioning Fauci, you’re questioning Trump, who seems to like him. Each person on the daily updates shares their knowledge about their field. Fauci is not there to talk economics. Some see politics in everything. I used to think only liberals did that. The people I know and trust the most keep telling hubby and me to stay away from others and don’t go anywhere unless it’s absolutely necessary. My family wants us safe and healthy. I want the same for them.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: judy 4/3/2020 11:52:48 PM (No. 367767)
As long as there’s one case of the virus Fauci will recommend everything be closed.
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