(RightWing.org) – Democrats are determined to blame the COVID-19 spread on the Trump administration, crying “if only there had been a national plan.” At the same time, they pinned all their hopes on immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci. However, his record of providing medical advice to the country has been contradictory at best.
For example, last winter, when COVID-19 began accelerating across the United States, he told Americans not to wear masks. He flip-flopped in the spring, claiming he gave that advice out of concern there wasn’t enough personal protective equipment for health care workers and the American public.
Fauci on double masking:
“There’s no data that indicates that that is going to make a difference” pic.twitter.com/ptVivQfuwt
— Eli Klein (@TheEliKlein) January 31, 2021
Then on January 25, 2021, he told NBC News that it “just makes common sense” that wearing two or more masks is more effective than wearing one. Once again, that advice was short-lived. On January 31, he reversed himself, stating there’s “no data” supporting the idea that double-masking makes a difference.
Would it be asking too much to expect a little consistency from a lead member of Donald Trump’s White House Coronavirus Task Force and Joe Biden’s chief medical advisor? Asking for a confused nation.
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