Is Dr. Fauci going to cancel Christmas if you don’t get vaccinated? The Dr. says maybe

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Dr. Anthony Fauci is continuing his campaign to erode the public trust in the federal government’s COVID-19 policy. Last week, Fauci said the definition of “fully vaccinated” will soon mean three shots. This week, he’s hinting at canceling Christmas if the antivaccination holdouts don’t get vaccinated.

Once again, Fauci is threatening family gatherings during the holidays, except this time, nobody is listening to him.

Margaret Brennan asked the doctor, “We can gather for Christmas, or it’s just too soon to tell?”

“You know, Margaret, it’s just too soon to tell. We’ve just gotta concentrating on continuing to get those numbers down, & not try to jump ahead by weeks or months,” he replied.

There have been calls this week for Fauci to resign, but he said no. Despite being the poster boy for government mistrust, Fauci vehemently denied that there’s a percentage of the population who won’t get vaccinated simply because they don’t trust him.

And why should they? Fauci has changed course numerous times since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. It started with face masks. First, he said don’t wear them, they won’t work. Then he said wear not one, but two.

Fauci touted the initial efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine, now he’s doubting the vaccine’s efficacy, saying it could run its course in just 8 months as he promotes booster shots.

Fauci, on many occasions, has offered guidance and advice that contradicted the Biden administration and the CDC. We still don’t know where he stands on natural immunity.

“On September 9, 2021, President Biden announced vaccine mandates in both the public and private sectors without making any exceptions for those who have been previously infected with COVID-19 and have natural immunity,” Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson said. “When asked to comment on the effectiveness of natural immunity against the virus based on recent studies from Israel, Dr. Anthony Fauci stated he did not ‘have a real firm answer’ on that.”

“I don’t have a really firm answer for you on that. That’s something that we’re going to have to discuss regarding the durability of the response,” Fauci said.

Then there’s the topic of the definition of fully vaccinated, Fauci is now in the progress of rewriting that rule. Currently, fully vaccinated is two weeks after your first dose of the J&J vaccine or after your second dose of Moderna and Pfizer.

Fauci is now hinting that fully vaccinated will only apply to those who get their booster shots.

Fauci, a doctor, has now fallen in line with the Biden administration and is using fear tactics to encourage the unvaccinated to get vaccinated. The threat of ‘taking away Christmas’ however doesn’t instill fear, it instills resentment.

Fauci this week said he wasn’t going to resign, even though he might be one of the root causes behind vaccine hesitancy.

“Is there a point where you will say ‘I do more harm than good because people don’t listen to me anymore’ and step aside?” Mediaite’s Hugh Hewitt asked. “I’ve lost confidence in the CDC and the FDA [Food and Drug Administration], and I actually believe a lot of Americans, a significant part of America, now have lost confidence in you, Dr. Fauci.”

“No. Absolutely, unequivocally no,” Fauci answered.  “So because there are a lot of people who have ideas about conspiracies and changing minds and flip-flopping, that’s not a reason to step down. Not at all.”

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