Dr. Fauci is SPEECHLESS After Being Confronted About Cases Dropping in Texas

If something doesn't make sense, then it just doesn't make sense.


Likewise, some things make perfect sense but some people are just too dumb or blind to see the truth. One such person is Dr. Anthony Fauci. For someone to be as smart as Dr. Fauci, he's not too bright.

When it comes to the (forbidden illness), Dr. Fauci is just playing this whole thing by ear. He has never had any real plan, he's just making it up as he goes.

Do you remember when Dr. Fauci said that somewhere around 2 million Americans were going to die because of this thing? I do, and while we have lost a lot of people due to the (forbidden illness) as well as other circumstances that are being grouped together with it, we have landed well short of that 2 million number.

While some states show no signs of letting up on restrictions, some states have eased up, plan on easing up, or have already completely removed all restrictions.

One such state is Texas. Governor Greg Abbott opened the state back to full capacity early last month. He had decided that enough was enough and that it's time to allow Texans to govern themselves and be in control over their own affairs. And guess what? As a result, there has not been an increase of cases. In fact, quite the opposite is true. Cases have been decreasing.


When Dr. Fauci was asked about it, he didn't know what to say. “It can be confusing, because … often you have to wait a few weeks before you see the effect … I’m not really quite sure. It could be they’re doing things outdoors.”

As I said, this guy has no idea what he's talking about and his guesses and predictions are no better than anyone else's at this point.


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