Trust your doctor, right? Unless your doctor is Dr. Fauci. In his latest lie in answer to the question, “How much herd immunity is enough?” he said scientists initially estimated that 60 to 70 percent of the population need to acquire resistance to the coronavirus to banish it.
Last month, Dr. Fauci ramped up the number to 70 to 75 percent. Last week in an interview with CNBC News, he noted 75 to 80-plus percent.
Host Jimmy Dore notes Dr. Fauci openly admits he has deliberately been ramping up the number. He cites a New York Times article that reports, “He is doing so, he said, on his gut feeling that the country is finally ready to hear what he really thinks.”
What doctor is allowed to progressively change the rules based on his “gut feeling”? He is both lying and doing so based on his personal feelings. Would this be permissible in the court of law? Would this be acceptable in addressing a patient who has cancer? Of course not!
Simply put, Dr. Fauci cannot be trusted. In nine months, he has changed positions repeatedly, yet chooses to criticize President Trump as the lying adversary. Whether you agree with the vaccine or not, at least Trump said he would have a vaccine ready by the end of the year—and he delivered.
Dr. Fauci, on the other hand, simply changes the numbers to fit his latest views or gut feeling. For a medical professional influencing nationwide lockdowns and restrictions during a pandemic, this should be a criminal activity. Americans cannot trust this doctor for sound advice regarding the coronavirus, but must investigate matters for themselves and act accordingly.