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Fauci Caught Saying the Quiet Part Out Loud About the COVID Vaccine During PBS Special

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We should all reconcile with the fact that Dr. Anthony Fauci is never going away; too many people idolize the man. He’s become a cult-like figure for the COVID freaks on the Left, the male version of Hillary Clinton. Like herpes, you may not see Fauci daily, but he’ll say ‘hey’ every few years. PBS is doing a documentary about that man who got everything wrong about the coronavirus. In some segments posted on social media, Fauci is walking around DC with Mayor Muriel Bowser, trying to increase vaccine rates among black neighborhoods. They were met with skepticism (via Fox News): 

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The exchange was documented by PBS for an upcoming program on Fauci as part of its "American Masters" series, which aims to help viewers "discover insightful profiles of important figures in America's artistic and cultural life." 

In a clip from the program titled "Dr. Fauci visits D.C. to battle vaccine hesitancy," Fauci and Bowser are shown in June 2021 walking the streets of Ward 8 of Anacostia in southeast D.C. – a historical African-American neighborhood that Fauci called "disenfranchised" with low vaccination levels. At the time of the video, Fauci was the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. 

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One man challenged the renowned doctor and the Democratic mayor by saying that "the people in America are not settled with the information that's been given to us right now." 

"So, I'm not going to be lining up taking a shot on a vaccination for something that wasn't clear in the first place," he said. 

He pressed Fauci and Bowser about the length of time it took to develop the vaccine and said, "Nine months is definitely not enough for nobody to be taking no vaccination that you all came up with." 

Bowser defended the vaccinate by saying, "The only reason I'm talking to you right now, as close as we are, is that I've been vaccinated," as she stood about six feet from the man on the front porch of his home.

"But if thousands of people like you don't get vaccinated, you're going to let this virus continue to percolate in this country and in this world," Bowser said.

"Something like the common flu then, right?" the man interjected.

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"[Your] campaign is about fear. It's about inciting fear in people. You all attack people with fear. That's what this pandemic is. It's a fear, it's fear, this pandemic. That's all it is," he said as Fauci and Bowser walked away.

Another woman also challenged the duo, saying, "I heard that [the vaccine] doesn't cure it, and it doesn't stop you from getting it."

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The pure comedic aspect surfaces when Fauci blames red states for not pushing vaccination, saying they will keep COVID around as new outbreaks occur. Sir, you’re in deep-blue DC, and people are skeptical of getting vaccinated. Also, the cat was already out of the bag: COVID is endemic. The one thing that Fauci should have come away with during this little walk through DC is that he’s abysmal at messaging. He also said that Republicans needed to be broken to his whims on vaccination.

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The contradictory game he played to keep fear alive, which soon veered into the realm of science fiction, ran its course, and we don’t have to listen to him. That’s the beautiful thing about this country. If you don’t want the vaccine, don’t get it, and Fauci has zero power. The scientific community treated this virus, which has a 99.8 percent survival rate, as some super Ebola. It wasn’t. They tried to keep fear alive regarding long Covid symptoms; no one cared because it’s not a real threat to the public. They torched their credibility to help Democrats, Joe Biden, and big pharma in 2020. Now, no couldn’t care less about Covid. To boot, healthy Americans are dying all over the place from cardiac episodes. This spike in those “dying suddenly” from myocardia events in the 18-34 year demographic began two years. I wonder what could have spurred that?

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