At a recent Congressional hearing, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky) challenged Dr. Anthony Fauci to cite Covid studies in support of his positions regarding masks, reinfection, natural immunity, and vaccinations.
Fauci had commented that the general public may continue needing to wear masks into next year.
For his part, Paul cited several studies that concluded Covid-19 reinfections are extremely rare and that immunity from natural infection could last many years.
Paul also pointed to the absence of studies on the topic of whether people infected with Covid-19 or vaccinated could spread the virus.
He then asked Fauci what studies he relies on to support his recommendation that the public should be wearing masks into 2022.
"If we're not spreading the infection, isn't it just theatre?" asked Paul.
Fauci disagreed with Paul that masks are "theatre," but did not cite any studies that support his position that the general public needs to wear masks into 2022.
Click on the link below to watch the exchange:
Wearing a mask is dehumanizing, controlling and oppressive. Can’t stand them. I think it is child abuse to make children wear these muzzles in school. I have a grandson that was sick for over a month with different bacterial infections. I believe from the oppressive muzzles.
Fourteen studies on CDC website from 1948/2018 say they do nothing. People touch them pull them out of their pockets and filthy purses then cover their faces. It’s to remind everyone of the boogie man out there. It has nothing to do with health. If the government was sincere in keeping us healthy, it would be vitamins, sunshine, exercise and good food. No just give us a crispy crepe with our poison vaccine.
I couldn't agree more.
agree with everything you said AND the black masks ...they never have to wash them !!!
The only data available from legitimate scientific studies support the ineffectiveness of masks. Fauci fails to document his evidence of mask efficacy because it doesn't exist. He is a crook and should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity.
Diana Carl says
Some of the things Fauci says have left me questioning his standing as a scientist. He seems more interested in getting attention than in supporting the propagation and dissemination of rigorous studies. Showman or scientist? It seems those two roles are at odds with each other. Fauci appears to have chosen the former rather than the latter. Given his choice, my choice is to look elsewhere for guidance. He has no business being at the helm of a national health care effort. Likely, the people reporting to him are frustrated and being mushroom managed rather than given the opportunity to do what good scientists do: rigorous research,, evaluation of data, and honest collaboration.