He’s so caught up in putting stickers on your floor, putting masks on your face, putting goggles on you”
Source: Steve Watson
Senator Rand Paul declared Wednesday that Anthony Fauci is a “menace” to society and refuses to admit he was wrong on almost every front concerning the pandemic because he’s still obsessed with controlling people.
Appearing on Fox News, Paul stated “The thing is if you believe in Dr. Fauci, what you should do immediately is go get stickers and make sure they are on the floor, and a yardstick so you know you are 6 feet away from people.”
“And Plexiglas,” Paul added, “carry Plexiglas around with you because Dr. Fauci thinks it somehow, you know, reflects the virus away from you.”
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“None of what he has been for has worked,” Paul asserted regarding COVID restrictions.
The Senator further urged, “the interesting thing is – and he won’t admit this to the public – if you take a sample of blood from 1,000 people in the United States, and you measure to see if they had antibodies to the virus or antibodies to the vaccine, it’s over 95%. That’s why we are doing better with this.”
“The virus has mutated to a less virulent or less deadly form. But he won’t admit it because he’s so caught up in putting stickers on your floor, putting masks on your face, putting goggles on you,” Paul continued.
“The guy is a menace, and he has not been right really about anything since the start of this,” Paul urged.
“If you wait until you’re sick in the hospital they won’t give them to you. Anthony Fauci and the government doctors have dictated that you cannot get monoclonal antibodies as an inpatient, this is a real tragedy. But there are treatments and people need to know what they are.”
Paul attempted to introduce an amendment in the Senate last week to prevent anyone from ever again becoming a health ‘dictator in chief’ like Fauci.
Prior to the vote, Paul wrote that “No one person should have the sole authority to dictate science, especially when that one person wasn’t ever following the science,” further emphasizing that “For two years our lives were held captive by petty tyrants and power-hungry bureaucrats.”
While Paul’s efforts to force a vote on scrapping mask mandates did succeed in the Senate, the Fauci amendment fell short owing to all Democrats and six Republicans, including Mitt Romney voting against it.