It seems like Dr. Anthony Fauci wants to lock America down forever.
Thankfully, states have made that impossible for now.
But in the meantime, Dr. Fauci made a sick order that could keep kids in masks forever.
In 2020, many Americans seemed to crown Dr. Anthony Fauci as king.
The unelected bureaucrat was given power unthinkable years before.
Fear relating to coronavirus allowed him to place America on lockdown through his “guidance.”
Despite constantly flip-flopping, Fauci eventually landed on the solution to coronavirus: force everyone to wear masks.
Emails later released through a Freedom of Information Act request later showed that he knew that masks weren’t actually effective at the time, but it created great political theater, which was beneficial to him and the Democrat Party.
Despite evidence that masks do little to no good, he has not reversed his position.
Now, most of America is unmasked.
But that is likely to change, especially with fear mongering relating to COVID-19 variants.
During a CNN interview, Fauci spoke about new guidance from the American Academy of Pediatrics, which recommends universal masking in school for everyone over the age of two – regardless of vaccination status.
Fauci stated that guidance is “the reasonable thing to do.”
First citing the moves from health authorities in Los Angeles, which has said the same thing, he states that masking is still necessary because of “a degree of viral dynamics in the community” and the fact that “a substantial proportion of the population that is unvaccinated.”
He states that people should “want to go the extra step, the extra mile to make sure that there is not a lot of transmission.”
“And for that reason, you can understand why the American Academy of Pediatrics might want to do that,” he said. “They just want to be extra safe. I think – you know, it’s important, the CDC recommendations may be at variance with that, but in every respect, the CDC always leaves open the flexibility at the part of local agencies, local enterprises, local cities and states to make a judgment call based on the situation on the ground.”
Fauci concludes, “So, I think that the American Academy of Pediatrics, you know, they’re a thoughtful group. They analyze the situation, and if they feel that’s the way to go, I think that’s the reasonable thing to do.”