Dr. Fauci is completely unprepared to face the real world.
He faced a huge outburst that he wasn’t expecting.
Dr. Fauci went weak at the knees when an exchange went wildly off-track.
Democratic District Mayor Muriel Bowser and Dr. Anthony Fauci decided to go door-to-door encouraging people to get the vaccine.
Despite the fact that Fauci had been plagued with scandals, he continues to be treated as a hero by Democrats and the mainstream media, but average people don’t hold the same opinion.
But they didn’t get the reception that they were looking for as they pushed people to get a specific medical treatment in D.C.’s majority-Black Ward 8, a low-income neighborhood.
The Washington Post wrote about a conversation Fauci and Bowser had with Gertrude Harrison.
“Have you gotten your shot?” Bowser asked Harrison. But Harrison expressed her reluctance to get the shot noting that she avoids shots when possible.
“I don’t like needles either,” Fauci said in response. “I didn’t even feel it…You know what’s worse than the needle? COVID.”
“We don’t want COVID to get ahold of you,” Bowser added. “We don’t want to see you in a hospital.”
“By the end of the conversation, Bowser connected Harrison with Patrick Ashley, a leader in the city’s health department, and the mayor seemed optimistic that Ashley might be able to convince Harrison to get the shot,” the Post reported. “But a minute after the mayor left her home, Harrison said to a relative: ‘Oh no. I ain’t getting no shot.’”
Another resident, Tanya Crawford, was openly insulted at Fauci and Bowser. “When the mayor and her staff walked past, Crawford left the Juneteenth feast she was cooking in her kitchen to shout at them from her porch,” the Post reported.
“She has no presence,” Crawford shouted as Fauci and the mayor walked by with their entourage. “We never see and hear from her. Now you want to come in the neighborhood, in the hood, and say we gotta get vaccinated?”
Crawford explained her motivation to the Post, saying that she wished Bowser would direct her attention on other things like D.C.’s rising crime rate and evictions.
In 2021 crime jumped 43% in D.C.
Nate Ward laughed at Fauci when he said 600,000 Americans died from the virus.
“He cited a false theory that doctors declared people to have died of coronavirus to receive funding, which Bowser said was untrue,” the Post wrote.
Ward was also critical of the cash incentives and lotteries that the city is offering to get people vaccinated.“When you start talking about paying people to get vaccinated, incentivizing people to get vaccinated, there’s something else going on with that.”
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