After being proven wrong about a Thanksgiving surge, Fauci, and his ilk are now doubling-down on America Having a COVID Christmas
For weeks leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday, scientists, Trump-hating politicians, and their media cohorts warned of the coming COVID-19 apocalypse.
The so-called “scientific experts” spent days on end shaming Americans for having the audacity to even think about wanting to spend time with their families on Thanksgiving.
No one raised the alarm before and after the holiday more than Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, who, on Nov. 29 appeared on ABC News to lecture America.
According to Fauci, due to Americans selfishly wanting to see their families on Thanksgiving “we may see a surge upon a surge” in two to three weeks’ time.
But three weeks later, it’s hard to see any changes in the trajectory of new COVID cases or hospitalization.
Thus proving the supposed Covid apocalypse they declared was absolutely coming was nothing more than another fake news media-driven farce.
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When Fauci and his scientific brethren were asked about the latest data since the Thanksgiving holiday.
To explain away the data showing the lack of a surge.
They laughably asserted that the Thanksgiving surge may have been masked by the bigger pattern of the recent wave of COVID-19 spreading across the nation.
Typical. When scientists are wrong then it must be some mysterious unseen force that’s masking their histrionics. Naturally, this makes their ridiculing people who believe in God even more deplorable.
The fact remains that scientists were so assured that the data will prove the Thanksgiving surge happened.
Even before the last drumstick had been eaten, Fauci and his clown car of Coronavirus experts were already on television trying to suck the joy out of Christmas.
Of course, I must remind you that these were also the so-called experts who called President Trump a liar.
The ‘listen to the science’ proponents swore it would take a “medical miracle” for Trump to keep his promise of having a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of 2020.
President Trump is still waiting for their apology.
No Thanksgiving Surge? Let’s Double Down With A COVID Christmas
Once the data proved there was no surge, despite the fact that, according to StreetLight Data, Thanksgiving Day travel was only about 5% less than the pandemic-free period in 2019.
Fauci and his band of scientific simpletons suggested that maybe many people did listen and stayed home.
Making this excuse even more pitiful, is knowing that the day after Thanksgiving they were already lambasting Americans for not heeding their warnings.
But now the experts claimed that in spite of “dodging a bullet” on Thanksgiving.
People should rein in their festivities over Christmas and New Year’s celebrations, or we could see “another” big surge.
Lauren Ancel Meyers, a computational epidemiologist at the University of Texas at Austin and director of the UT COVID-19 Modeling Consortium acting as if she nailed the Thanksgiving surge perfectly, stated:
“It’s important to continue to heed our advice and avoid gathering indoors with people we don’t live with.
Indeed, with cases, hospitalizations, and the death toll still rising for the nation as a whole, the situation is even more perilous than it was before Thanksgiving.
We’re entering this next holiday period at even higher risk,”
Fauci, of course, also double-downed of being wrong and agreed that Christmas could pose an even bigger threat.
“It’s a larger holiday. It’s extended over a larger period of time. It goes from a couple of days before Christmas to New Year’s Day, which is much longer than Thanksgiving, which is essentially a weekend holiday”
Yes, if not for those 7-days in between Christmas and New Years’. Other than that, Fauci is indeed correct, it’s just a long weekend.
At least this time Fauci, who wanted Thanksgiving canceled, at least toned down his COVID-19 surge hysterics by saying:
“I’m not saying at all that we need to cancel Christmas. What I am saying is that we need to be really careful.”