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Fauci Rants That Most People Are Ignoring His ‘Commonsense’ COVID Diktats

'Unfortunately, given the fatigue that we’re at in this country from 2½ years of this, everyone is tired of it...'

(Headline USA) Coronavirus czar Anthony Fauci said this week that he is fed up with people who still won’t “adhere to public health commonsense measures” regarding COVID-19.

Even though the vast majority of the country has moved on from the pandemic, Fauci has not and probably never will.

After recently contracting the virus again, he told Katie Couric that he faults people who don’t wear masks and haven’t gotten multiple booster shots as the reason the virus is still spreading.

“Unfortunately, given the fatigue that we’re at in this country from 2½ years of this, everyone is tired of it,” he admitted. 

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“So, it’s very difficult, superimposed upon an anti-vax-type feeling among some, superimposed upon the political divisiveness we have in this country … and social media misinformation and disinformation. It’s very difficult to get people to adhere to commonsense public health measures,” Fauci said.

When asked why so many people like himself continue to test positive for COVID-19 even after getting vaccinated and boosted, Fauci said he doesn’t have an explanation.

“We don’t know exactly why, but it may be that when you take Paxlovid early on, which is the time you’re supposed to take it, that you don’t give the body enough of a chance to respond to the virus immunologically, so when you withdraw the drug, the virus comes back,” he claimed..

One of the anti-COVID restriction types Fauci seems to have a problem with is Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., who has challenged Fauci several times in Congress.

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Paul even vowed to launch an investigation into Fauci’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and whether he was involved in funding the lab allegedly responsible for the virus’s outbreak.

“One way or another, if we are in the majority, we will subpoena his records and he will testify in the Senate under oath,” Paul said.

Fauci insisted he wasn’t concerned about Paul’s threat, while appearing to deflect blame for the failures onto the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“All I have ever done—and go back and look at everything I’ve ever done—was to recommend common sense, good, CDC-recommended public health policies that have saved millions of lives,” he claimed. “If you wanna investigate me for that, go ahead.”

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