Fauci Prepping for a Biden Victory

Don't wear masks. Make everyone masks. Sure, why not? Just say it in a soothing voice with a pleasant bedside manner.

In a CNN interview on Friday, Fauci was asked if he thought Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s plan to fight for mandates on mask-wearing across the country would be helpful.  

Fauci told CNN’s Erin Burnett that it would be a “great idea” to have everybody wearing masks uniformly. He also responded to criticism that mandates on masks would be difficult to enforce. 

Everyone? In the entire country? Much of which, at a county level, has only experienced a limited infection impact?

As Fauci's own mask-wearing, or lack thereof at sporting events, reminds us, he doesn't believe any of this stuff.

But it's the stupid thing that Biden has come up with on the advice of an advisor and donor base limited to the New York, San Francisco, and other big blue city crowd. And Fauci, readapting to the media's expectations of a Biden victory, is all in on it.

“One of the issues though, I get the argument that 'Well, if you mandate a mask, you’re going to have to enforce it and that’s going to create more of a problem,'” Fauci said. “Well, if people are not wearing masks, then maybe we should be mandating it.” 

This isn't an actual thought.

But then again, Fauci doesn't do actual thoughts. He does pleasantries. He never says anything substantial. Instead he says meaningless things, agrees with anyone he's talking to, and does little expect give everyone the impression that he's an empathetic professional, without actually substantiating that in any way. That's what being a political doctor means.

All you can say about Fauci is that, unlike Birx, he's better at faking warmth and relevance, but there's still nothing there.

Fauci panders to anyone who's in charge, and pivots from radically different views, because his goal is access to power, not to actually accomplish anything, but to be at the top of the heap.


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