Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Rand Paul Slams Fauci

Weeks ago, Senator Rand Paul questioned CDC sociopath Anthony Fauci about his recommendation that those vaccinated should be wearing masks. It turns out that Fauci was lying in his response:


This morning, Fauci admitted to wearing his mask indoors despite being vaccinated was based on political theatre: "I didn’t want to look like I was giving mixed signals but being a fully vaccinated person, the chances of my getting infected in an indoor setting is extremely low":


Below, Senator Paul reacts to Fauci's about-face and also to the CDC continuing guidelines that advise that children continue to wear masks:

There is no question that Rand had a major influence over the CDC change in mask guidance for the vaccinated. Let's hope he has the same influence over the outrageous CDC guidance that children should continue to wear masks.



  1. If only Senator Paul had not praised the vaccine.

    1. Yeah, I’m curious about that too. Why? Maybe strategy to force the CDC to back down because of the vaccines and their promises? I don’t, haven’t, won’t, follow “CDC guidelines” so it doesn’t matter to me what they say about vaccines, social distancing, masks, whatever, but I’m curious about the folks who do. Mind boggled may be more accurate.

  2. Maybe he thinks it would be politically detrimental to not praise the vaccine. Has any prominent politician openly questioned the safety of the vaccines? I'm curious to see what the blow back would be

  3. I think Rand is trying to speak to the Fox News watcher audience, not us. It pains me though, to hear him accept the other side's premises in order to win a small but obscure victory against the very evil Fauxchi. Why even refer to them as vaccines instead of gene therapies? I wonder if it even matters as Fauxchi laughs it off as a little white lie for the greater good.

  4. The vaccine is a christ to Science. You don't get to question it. It is their crusade to force it on all others to save you. The unbelievers must be burned.