A Handy Timeline for Dr. Fauci’s Absurd Predictions

There was a big dust-up at the White House this week when President Trump’s trade advisor Peter Navarro published an op-ed about Dr. Anthony Fauci, the globalist CDC doomsayer. Navarro made the polite assertion that Dr. Fauci has been 100% wrong about every single thing this year…which is just objectively true.

Before you feel like rushing in and defending Dr. Fauci, take a look at this handy meme. It shows the timeline of Fauci’s wildly wrong assertions that he’s been making since January. Our only regret is that the timeline doesn’t stretch back to the 1980s.

If it did, the timeline would also include Dr. Fauci’s dire predictions that AIDS was going to spread like wildfire among straight people. Yeah — Fauci has been ruining high school proms in America for decades!

Let’s be very honest about why the media is so quick to defend everything Fauci does — the coronavirus czar is essentially running America’s economy into the ground and making President Trump look bad in the process. That’s literally it. If Fauci came out tomorrow and praised President Trump’s leadership, he would lose favor with the elites within minutes.

The media and President Trump’s enemies are jumping all over Navarro right now. But the truth is pretty evident to anyone who has been paying attention.

There are times to listen to people like Dr. Fauci. But when it’s clear that we are not experiencing bubonic plague levels of mass death, maybe it’s time to hear other opinions? Just a thought…


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