The dunking is coming fast and furious these days and we can see why. Dr. Fauci has lost his absolute mind when it comes to the gatherings that can take place and the gatherings that cannot take place. Red state culture is the easy target for critique and blue state activities are all A-OK.
We love that this man was quick to tell everyone that they cannot go to a motorcycle rally but Obama’s birthday party was perfectly fine. It’s funny how that works. We guess that we will simply start doing what he does when he’s looking to make a decision. Just call good old Obama first and make sure that he gives the go-ahead.
The doctor also directed his ire at the recent Lollapalooza festival in Chicago. It reminds us of the crap that they were spewing last summer. Remember last year? It seems so long ago now. All of the smart scientific types were telling us that we needed to stay inside or we were going to kill our grandparents. They seemed to forget all of this when it was convenient for them, though.
If you were going to be outside with 100,000 people at a protest against racism? It was perfectly okay. They never bothered to reconcile this with the previous advice and we have all noticed. We are now a year and a half into the pandemic and no one seems to know what we should or should not do.
That seems like something that probably should have been figured out long before now, eh? We are not super smart scientists or anything but even we can tell that there are some major inconsistencies taking place when it comes to these conversations. That’s what happens when your main spokesman actively detests the right wing and uses a pandemic to punish them.
WATCH: Dr. Anthony Fauci reacts to the Sturgis rally in South Dakota this weekend, says he is "very concerned we are going to see another surge related to that rally."
Dr. Fauci: "Let's get this pandemic under control before we start acting like nothing is going on." pic.twitter.com/o8LxaFnaKu
— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) August 8, 2021
Dr. Fauci does not care if anyone gets a moment of relief right now. He just wants to come down hard on those who are trying their best to get through it, as long as they are on the right side of the aisle. “Dr. Anthony Fauci reacts to the Sturgis rally in South Dakota this weekend, says he is “very concerned we are going to see another surge related to that rally.” Dr. Fauci: “Let’s get this pandemic under control before we start acting like nothing is going on,” the Meet The Press Twitter account shared.
What could the explanation be for this? No motorcycle rallies for you but if you would like to have a riot on behalf of social justice with a massive group of people, that is perfectly okay. That is what Dr. Fauci is saying, whether he realizes it or not. To be fair, he did offer some critique of the Lollapalooza festival but it was well after the fact. Take a closer look at what he had to say:
“Last weekend, almost 400,000 people went to a Lollapalooza concert. It was outdoors and people needed to show proof of vaccination but “I was a bit taken aback by the film clips that I saw,” he told Couric. “There were a lot of people crowded around together, and given the fact that we know that vaccinated people can spread infection, and even though we know that outdoors is always safer than indoors, there was a really lot of crowded that we saw in those films. So I got a little bit concerned about that myself. I’m pretty risk-averse. So I would, even though I’m vaccinated, I don’t think I would go to a really massively crowded place where you’re essentially face-to-face with somebody. I would be concerned about that.”
We are not sure where we go from here but we do know one thing. It is time for Dr. Fauci to start being more fair. Enough is enough with the double standards. He’s lost his mind and we are tired of it.