Doctor Do-Little – The Drift

In July, Fauci was asked whether he regretted originally advising against masks. He replied, astonishingly, “I don’t regret anything I said then because in the context of the time in which I said it, it was correct… When it became clear that the infection could be spread by asymptomatic carriers who don’t know they’re infected, that made it very clear that we had to strongly recommend masks.” But that wasn’t true; Fauci knew about asymptomatic carriers at least three months before the CDC changed its guidelines. This was simple face-saving, an attempt to rewrite the record in his favor. Apparently, it worked.

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