“Don’t Let Them Vaccinate You”: Farrakhan Warns Africans That Dr. Fauci Is Trying To Kill Them

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It is bad enough when you become a political rally cry for the right as a man trying to destroy our economy or instill fear into the nation.  Now, Dr. Anthony Fauci is being called a mass murderer who, with the cabal of Bill and Melinda Gates, are seeking to “depopulate the Earth.” That is hardly the most deranged thing that Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, 87, has uttered, but it may be the most dangerous. Farrakhan is encouraging people to refuse vaccinations, a problem that is already causing world health leaders concerns in Africa.  This is viewed as the new “epicenter” for the pandemic with Africans facing a threat with the need to protect hundreds of millions of Africans.  Health officials will need their cooperation but they have now heard from Farrakhan who has declared that, if they want to live, “Do not take their medication.”

In this Fourth of July remarks, Farrakhan declared that

“They’re making money now, plotting to give seven billion, five-hundred million people a vaccination. Dr. Fauci, Bill Gates and Melinda — you want to depopulate the Earth. What the hell gave you that right? Who are you to sit down with your billion to talk about who can live, and who should die?

… I say to my brothers and sisters in Africa, if they come up with a vaccine, be careful. Don’t let them vaccinate you with their history of treachery through vaccines, through medication.” 

He added “That’s why your world is coming to an end quickly, because you have sentenced billions to death, but God is now sentencing you to the death that you are sentencing to others.”

This could not come at a worst time for Africa which could face a devastating loss of life from this pandemic if officials cannot get cooperation in accepting the developing vaccines.

I grew up in Chicago and watched local and national figures avoid direct confrontations with Farrakhan throughout the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s despite his hateful views. Years of enabling this virulent anti-Semite has allowed him to foster a worldwide following. Now, he is combining his signature conspiracy theories to a world pandemic in a way that could cost millions of lives.  Farrakhan has flourished due to mixed signals from leaders, including appearances with him by leaders like current Minnesota Attorney General (and former Democratic National Committee leader) Keith Ellison. (After anti-Semitic comments in 2018, some of these figures did publicly criticize Farrakhan). Figures like the Rev. Al Sharpton and the Rev. Jesse Jackson have repeatedly appeared with this race-baiting maniac. Indeed, the failure to denounce Farrakhan was previously an attack by Hillary Clinton against Barack Obama.  Yet, both Bill and Hillary Clinton were criticized for appearing at a funeral with Farrakhan.

In truth, few of these leaders can be fairly criticized as supporting Farrakhan’s views and many have criticized such comments.  Indeed, his support is hardly helpful for most politicians, including his statement that he likes what he sees in Donald Trump.  However, he still seems to linger on the edges of our politics and still has defenders among influential figures.  Most recently, CNN’s Jake Tapper was told by actor Ice Cube to “Watch your mouth Jake” after Tapper tweeted that “Farrakhan is a vile anti-LGBTQ anti-Semitic misogynist. Why is a Fox channel airing his propaganda?” Other influential figures have defended Farrakhan.

Figures like Juan Williams have criticized the political use of Farrakhan and his connections to Democratic leaders as a political cudgel.  He correctly points out that many leaders did denounce Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic comments. However, it is also true that Farrakhan is dismissed as a fringe figure when he clearly holds sway with millions of people.  While it is true that he should not be used to unfairly paint others as a sympathizers, he has highlighted his association with many leaders and it is important for society as a whole to continue to denounce his hateful and unhinged rhetoric.

856px-Anthony_S._Fauci,_M.D.,_NIAID_Director_(26759498706)Claiming that Dr. Fauci is the secret leader of a global genocide conspiracy would ordinarily be comical if it were not for the fact that millions of Africans could die from this advice.  Farrakhan is taken seriously by many around the world, even in denouncing Bill and Melinda Gates who have spent fortunes on health and development projects in Africa.

Farrakhan is no joke.  He is not a clown.  His rhetoric has always been dangerous and requires continuing outcry from across our political spectrum. What he is now declaring in Africa is a real threat to the very existence of African communities and culture as they face a horrific pandemic spread.

316 thoughts on ““Don’t Let Them Vaccinate You”: Farrakhan Warns Africans That Dr. Fauci Is Trying To Kill Them”

  1. Farrakhan is just trying to out do Trump in the blithering idiocy contest. So far he’s way behind. The percentage of Blacks that would believe this nonsense is far less than the percentage of Whites that drool over Trump as he basically states that if you don’t agree with him, you’re a traitor. How many deaths is Trump responsible for? Don’t worry. It will disappear. Just another flu. No need for masks. Fake news. All a left wing conspiracy. etc….. Pick your idiot and extend your tongue, Black or White.

    1. “Farrakhan is just trying to out do Trump in the blithering idiocy contest.”

      Well Thank God it isn’t a three way race so they don’t have to contend with you!

      Squeeky Fromm
      Girl Reorter

    2. “…as he basically states that if you don’t agree with him, you’re a traitor.” Show us the actual quote where Trump said this.

  2. Farra Khan was his name…
    He rode off with Robert E. Lee ..
    The night..they tore old Dixie down.
    All the people are saying…
    Join with Farra Khan…
    And kill all the Jews in all the lands.

  3. Dear Black People:

    Dr. Farrakhan is right! All this medicine stuff is a White Supremacist plan to KILL YOU! Whatever you do, stop taking any prescribed meds, and instead drink alcohol and smoke crack and do fentanyl! Plus, sugar is really good for you, sooo drink lots of soft drinks and stuff! And eat candy!


    A. Friend

    The smart Blacks will ignore Farrakhan and “A. Friend”, but the others??? Well, here’s hoping! 🙂

    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

    1. Funny s.. coming from a Trumpster like Sadie Mae Glutz. They’ll defend any of the nonsense he says, from bogus hurricane tracking, epidemiological predictions ( https://twitter.com/funder/status/1258742453441617920 ) , to crowding shoulder to shoulder into a tiny auditorium (while he keeps distance) without masks. The smart white people will ignore him, but the others??? Well, here’s hoping!

  4. If there is any possible justification of limiting free speech, Farrahkan is right up there next to the KKK. His claim that the Gates and Fauci are intentionally murdering people is all that needs be said about his reason.

    However, Fauci’s incompetence, or gross errors, is a something not to be scoffed at. Recognized as an expert, or ‘the expert,’ in virology, he leaves an awful lot to be desired. He’s been at the NIH for 40 years and his history of thwarting viruses, epidemics, etc., is 0 for a bunch. He authorized funding for the Wuhan lab and it had been working on various coronaviruses, and yet when this Covid-19 appeared December/January, he was caught completely unaware (there have been numerous studies of this virus, especially at the U. of Hong Kong which were published by the Amer. Society of Microbiology: https://cmr.asm.org/content/20/4/660 ). He predicted a pandemic in 2017 and then was caught unaware when it came? In late January he said that while we must take this virus seriously, that it would not be a serious problem for Americans. In February he claimed, in response to the run on surgical masks, that wearing masks outside a hospital setting was ineffective . . . what has changed in 5 months? Fauci convinced everyone that ‘social distancing’ would greatly mitigate the virus, obviously ignoring the the 2006 study led by D.A. Henderson (the int’l leader in the eradication of smallpox: https://www.aier.org/article/the-2006-origins-of-the-lockdown-idea/ ) which tracked the idea of social distancing to a high school paper in 1957. Fauci now regularly emphasizes social distancing, that is unless you want to hook up with someone on Tinder, or join uncontrolled protests and riots, those you can do safely (WTF?). Just recently he, and then the FDA followed him, ceased all ongoing HCQ studies because of the (scam) study by Surgisphere – how does ‘the expert’ base a major decision on a highly flawed and questionable study that he obviously did not review at all? Is this is the way he normally operates? It seems Fauci makes decisions without considering all available data. Prof Turley, how well would a lawyer perform if he/she/it prepared for cases in these manners?

    Maybe Fauci did not intentionally murder people, but he very likely was a factor in the deaths of many that have died in these times of Covid.

    1. If Fauci’s slobbering love affair with Hillary Clinton doesn’t give one serious pause about his “judgment,” then I don’t know what does —–>

      ‘WikiLeaks’ Hillary Clinton email archive contains multiple letters from Dr. Anthony Fauci to Hillary Clinton, sent through her aide/lawyer Cheryl Mills.

      A few choice selections from the archive of Fauci emails:

      “rarely does a speech bring me to tears”?… “please tell her I love her more than ever”?… “please tell her that we all love her”… “Please tell her that we all love her and are very proud to know her.”


    2. Don Estif – I agree with you, Fauci is not to be trusted. He has lied to us. Gates has skin in the game, so I don’t trust him. Actually, I never have trusted him. I sure am not going to be first to get my arm up there to get the shot that they are going to get immunity for. Farrakan is right about this one,

        1. issac – Why thank you for including me. I was unaware you were on the selection committee. When can I expect the sculpture to contact me?

          1. Right after the administration researches Mickey Mouse. The Sculptor will not be meeting anyone directly; only working from quotes, interviews, etc. It’s going to be an abstract rendition, kind of like the Psycho-frakulator in ‘Mystery Men’. Good luck with that.

      1. Until we have people willing to honestly discuss the data we have and honestly discuss our choices going forward, I don’t trust any of these so-called “experts.” Especially the ones who pretend to know the future while having a terrible track record of past predictions.

        It’s ironic that when you look at a stock fund manager, they always have the disclaimer saying that past performance is not an indication of future performance. The assumption is that their successes can’t necessarily be replicated and the public needs to be aware. But with these epidemiologists and bureaucrats, we have the opposite: we’re expected to keep ignoring their past failures and expect their predictions to be accurate.

        Brave new world.

  5. I would just ask Dr. Turley to stop the equivocation he used in his first statement. The “right” isn’t saying he is trying to destroy our economy. The right is saying that an expert in infectious diseases is not the only expert that should be listened to when it comes to issues related to the economic, social and and emotional health of our nation and when his statements are intended to justify unconstitutional executive action taken by Governors. The article is about Farrakhan’s perspective on Fauci. Stop hating on conservatives as your fallback.

    1. JT, we appreciate you volunteering yourself and your family to be the first to take the shots. Some of the rest of us are going to sit back a bit and wait until the dust settles.

  6. “…hateful views. Years of enabling this virulent anti-Semite…” “..this race-baiting maniac…” Uncharacteristic name-calling by professor Turley.

    I believe name-calling is rarely justified (let the facts speak for themselves), but if it is going to be done, then leave it to activists. Serious academics and politicians should avoid name-calling.

  7. Although he’s not as extreme as Farrakhan, there’s enough alarming behavior over the years, that the Democrat party’s continual embrace of Al Sharpton has similar issues.

    1. Sharpton is far, far more dangerous than Farrakhan. The Sharptons of the world are why still have racism in the US – they are powerless without people thinking racism is a serious problem.

  8. Jt writes:

    “…Claiming that Dr. Fauci is the secret leader of a global genocide conspiracy would ordinarily be comical if it were not for the fact that millions of Africans could die from this advice. ……”.

    Farrakhan is no joke. He is not a clown. His rhetoric has always been dangerous and requires continuing outcry from across our political spectrum. What he is now declaring in Africa is a real threat to the very existence of African communities and culture as they face a horrific pandemic spread.”

    OK, but relatively small potatoes. The following edited statement is absolutely true and of major consequence to the nation’s health and economy.

    “Claiming repeatedly over a 5 month period that the Covid-19 virus is either nothing, going away soon on it’s own, or under control when it’s running wild (and all when he has the most power of anyone in the world to stop it), .that wearing masks is a “politically correct” statement while encouraging everyone to not wear one or social distance by example, undermining the efforts of governors across the country, who he previously shifted main responsibility on the virus to, while failing to use his unique powers to create a unified and coherent national response to the virus would ordinarily be comical if it were not for the fact that millions of Africans could die from this advice.

    Trump is no joke. He is not a clown. His rhetoric has always been dangerous and requires continuing outcry from across our political spectrum. What he is now declaring is and has been a real threat to the very existence of America.as we face a horrific pandemic spread.”

    1. Since you have a clearly expressed opinion about Farrakhan one wonders why your affinities towards Al Sharfton have never been clearly expressed. Now is your chance.

      1. Trump saved a huge number of lives when Democrats call him names for banning Chinese tourists. Your fractured fairytales are good only for the stupid.

        1. Trump closed the door between the US and China well after the virus got in. The same is true with Europe. What Trump did, to kill Americans, was to brush it off for six weeks before admitting there was a problem. All this is chronicled. Six weeks equals about 70,000 more lives lost. The graphs seem to be the only thing that are not made up. Unless, of course, you are a Trumpeter, then anything and everything is made up.

          1. Trump closed the door when he realized what was happening, but now Democrats want to revise history and act as if they wanted the door closed. They didn’t. They shouted and cussed. Democrats can’t stand it because Trump has been mostly right all along. In fact where are the death rates from Covid? Democrat cities with Democrat mayors and governors. Who was stupid enough to mix Covid+ populations with nursing home patients? Democrats? Where are the violent cities? Democrat cities. Who supported the violence that killed over 15 people? Democrats.

            Issac, all you are able to do is spew rhetoric that lacks truth and if you believe your own rhetoric you lack sanity. Trump has done a pretty good job on fronts even while facing hostile Democrats and Republicans. You need to educate yourself by disproving what you call lies from the right. You can’t but the right has disproved the lies of the left.

        2. If Trump had been the idiot that he is and had not given into the scientists and others, perhaps a hundred thousand more lives would be lost. Yup, Trump saved a hundred thousand lives. Yup, Yup, Yup.

        3. Most of the early infections came from Europe, and his doing one thing adequately over 6 months is a low bar fro achievements. He’s totally f….d it up since then. No Democratic leaders criticized his banning travel from China..

          1. That is because he stopped the influx of Chinese so we got hit by the spread from Europe. It’s easy for you to say f…ed up because that is the story of your life.

            By the way you never did answer the question about Sharfton. You ran away from it.

            1. Tell us what was false. Did Trump stop Chinese tourists from coming into the USZ? Yes or no.

              Your reply is more BS from you.

              My comment was “he stopped the influx of Chinese”
              Show how that is not true. Instead you posted from fact check that didn’t deal with the statement I made. Instead they were calling what Trump said as misleading.

              Lets take the first statement from factcheck which should be their best.

              “Trump has referred to the travel restrictions as a “travel ban.” There isn’t an outright ban, as there are exceptions, including for Americans and their family members.”

              Of course Trump let American citizens and their families back in. His aim was to stop Chinese tourists from enterring. Factcheck is depending on the stupidity of their readers.

              No need to go any further with your BS which is almost always proven wrong.

              If you want to go further deal with my comment , do so, “he stopped the influx of Chinese” You can’t so you overload us with your typical garbage.

              Tell us how you feel about Al Sharpton or do you feel like a brother to him because he is a liar and a cheat.

          2. Pelosi isn’t a Democratic leader?

            Not only did she claim Trump was overreacting. She also said the China travel ban was “racist”, and went to Chinatown in SF to mingle with the Chinese for the cameras.

      2. How many Americans died in 2009 from Obama’s inaction?

        The WHO declared H1N1 a Level 6 pandemic in 2009, same as Covid.

        So where was the hysteria and social distancing-stay in place orders, 11 years ago as soon as the WHO made the announcement?

        1. Obama acted quickly, and after it was over created a pandemic playbook with WH staff and a seat on the NSC.

          “….According to a CDC estimate, there were more than 60 million swine flu cases reported in the U.S. between April 2009 — when the disease was first detected in California — and April 2010, with more than 12,000 people dying.

          The agency said the first case was reported on April 15, 2009, and the government declared H1N1 a public health emergency on the April 26. The first test to detect the new virus was approved by the FDA two days later. Shipments of the new CDC test began May 1….”


          1. btb you are a Liar.

            Obama declared the emergency at the end of October which makes it about 1/2 year from the onset in April. You tried to push the same BS awhile back and were provided the same information. Your memory sucks as do your intellectual abilities.

            “Since the H1N1 flu pandemic began in April, millions of people in the United States have been infected, at least 20,000 have been hospitalized and more than 1,000 have died,” __ Dr. Thomas Frieden,

  9. What formal training and background gives Bill Gates the authority to be some kind of leading vaccine expert? His money buys him access — and that makes this Harvard dropout ,who made his fortune in computer science, some kind of leading authority on vaccines? No.

    1. I think he’s has a lot of time to, you know, read s..t like books and things and you don’t get into Harvard if you’re like stupid.

      1. So you have no issues with someone like Gates positioning himself as a world authority on vaccines because his money bought him entree (WHO, CDC, etc) and it’s cool because he’s smart and has read a lot of books? Got it.

          1. The wealthiest people in the world count their wealth in Trillions, not billions.

            “The rich are poor people with boats.”

            – The Wealthy

            Gates is a megalomaniac. Ask anyone who has ever worked for him.

              1. Then there’s also you, Isaac.

                It’s very obvious that you’re jealous of the more famous megalomaniacs.

  10. Jonathan, how you could you be so unaware of the multiple serious health problems caused by the Gates sponsored vaccination programs in Africa?!

    Of course Farrakhan is going to be overly dramatic and exaggerate the problems. But there is an ample amount of hard documented evidence regarding the serious side-effects caused by those vaccines.

    1. Gates sponsored vaccination programs in Africa…

      Add to that India

      Multiple serious health problems

      I thought I recalled reading quite a while ago India put out a Warrant on Bill Gates for his Crimes against Humanity (children)

        1. Thank You
          “by the book”
          For posting this for all to read…
          “Vaccine trial” was halted
          Statement dated
          May 19 ~ 2020
          Over 10 years after it took place in India
          Do you think that it could be possible that the Gates are finally cleaning up their past mess to begin another one named
          CoVid 19 Vaccination?

  11. Jesse Jackson and our freak-show loving media helped make this man a household name. Mark Steyn explained how 20 years ago. The British media reporting on Farrakhan reported raw his excursions into numerology in his speeches. The American media redact it in order to burnish his reputation. We’d be better off as a society if most of our journalists were handed nansen passports and told they’d be jailed if they ever dared return to this country.

    Recall that back in 1984, W. Deen Muhammed’s orthodox Muslim outfit had 10x the membership of Farrakhan’s outfit. The media paid him no mind.

    1. absurd x– Exactly. For several decades now, our media has placed a higher value on entertainment than information. In 1977 ABC’s ratings had been boosted significantly by Roone Arledge’s work in ABC Sports and so ABC made him President of both ABC Sports and ABC News. What followed was increasing programming that combined entertainment and news. I think that began the process of making journalism secondary to ratings. In addition, sometime between 1977 and today, and accelerated during the Obama years, “journalism” transitioned from reporting news to being the propaganda arm of the democrat party.

      We see this reflected today in the wall-to-wall coverage of the death of a convicted felon possibly at the hands of a police officer. This particular entertainment package had it all– video of the death, and then a massive outpouring of grief from powerful politicians who would never have given him the time of day and quite frankly would have been afraid of him. Then there were three visually pleasing funerals for a man whose most serious claim to fame was shoving a pistol into the belly of a pregnant woman during a home invasion robbery. And to top it all off, there were riots– “peaceful protests”– everywhere where the media carefully shielded their audience from some of the unpleasant facts, like mayhem and murder of innocent people and where democrats and media alike praised BLM instead of condemning it for the political bowel movement that it is.

      As propagandists, the journalists authored and media published blatantly false stories repeatedly attacking and defaming those who are not in lock step with democrats. And destroying President Trump is the goal all of them share. The media actually have made it possible or even likely that we will elect a corrupt and early stages senile man to be President. President Trump and a few other Republicans are the only ones speaking out against this destruction of America but they are viciously attacked daily by those who are supposed to be our guardians.

      The media is not the only cause for what surely will be America’s decline, but they will deserve a large share of the credit.

      1. (Honest, it’s Democratic Party, not democrat party. Wouldn’t want to you too look ignorant on a public forum.)

        How is not presenting the Floyd tragedy as a just end for him, appropriately dispensed by a street cop – as you have just done – a media campaign against Trump? Help me out here honest.

        In the meantime you may want to read about Trump’s press in 2016 (thousands of hours for free):

        Studies have shown that all 2016 candidates received vastly less media coverage than Donald Trump.[1][2] Trump received more extensive media coverage than Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders combined during a time when those were the only primary candidates left in the race.[3] The Democratic primary received substantially less coverage than the Republican primary.[1][4] Sanders received the most positive coverage of any candidate overall, whereas his opponent in the Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton, received the most negative coverage.[1][2][5] Among the general election candidates, Trump received inordinate amounts of coverage on his policies and issues, as well as on his personal character and life, whereas Hillary Clinton’s emails controversy was a dominant feature of her coverage, earning more media coverage than all of her policy positions combined.[6][7][8]


        1. (Honest, it’s Democratic Party, not democrat party. Wouldn’t want to you too look ignorant on a public forum.)

          🤣 that’s awesome. You considered it necessary to correct what was in your opinion ignorant, despite having to admit you knew exactly what he meant. And then you follow that up with an incoherent sentence. Your effort has actually enhanced his comment. And it was already well articulated. Well done!

          1. I know what my grandson means when he misspells Tallahassee too, but feel an obligation to correct him. He’s 10. How old is honest?

            I’m sorry you don’t understand English. Does that Sowell book have a lot of pictures?

            1. BTB,

              I think much the same as I read some of your post, looks,smells like dog schit to me, but hey I just scroll on.

              Live a long life!

            1. Do you have an Irish poem using Democrat and Democratick? For extra points also use by the book.

              1. OK, let me freestyle this, and this is without coffee, and 3 hours of playing with kittens:

                Buy The Book???
                An Irish Poem by Squeeky Fromm

                There once was a dumb Democrat!
                Who tried hard to be “Where it’s at!”
                He was mentally sick,
                Sooo Democrat-ICK,
                That his bio was named “The Moon Bat!!!”

                Squeeky Fromm
                Girl Reporter

                1. FWIW, I love Moon Bats! I did a post over on The Birther Think Tank once. Some Idiot Birthers got a document examiner to examine Obama’s Long Form Birth Certificate without the actual document – just an image of it. Which was stupid. Sooo, I created another examination for the document examiner, to wit, was the Moon Landing real.


                  I was really proud of this one.

                  Squeeky Fromm
                  Girl Reporter

            2. Fortunately for Republicans, their name could never be modified for mockery, even if Democrats were as infantile as the typical Republican zombies who say what Rush tells them to say..

              1. Did the Democrat Party give slaves their freedom? Was the Democrat Party out in front pushing Democracy, the Civil Rights of Blacks or the right for Blacks to vote? I would say the history of the Democrat Party was not very Democratic. Further the Democrat Party spoils the words they use to describe themselves so progressive was changed to liberal and then liberal changed back to progressive.

                The Democrat Party likes to hide their fascist instincts with the use of language, but now it should be clear with all the violence and black deaths due to Democrat violence and refusal to uphold the law that Democratic is just another term for fascist.

        2. BYTB: “Wouldn’t want to you too look ignorant on a public forum.”


          It has never troubled you.

    1. Farrakhan And Trump the Ying and Yang Of a very sad and divided country. Farrakhan Doesn’t believe in science and neither does Trump. It’s crazy. The right wing hates Fauci and so does Farrakhan. Ignorance seems to be a unifying force. It’s insanity.

      1. and neither does Trump. It’s crazy.

        What’s amusing is the extent to which liberals traffick in social fictions in silly, self-aggrandizing exercises. You people are absolutely civic deadweight. There is nothing of value to anything you say.

        1. “Trump doesn’t believe in science” is a subjective opinion, not a fact as Holmes wants to believe b/c the media told him so. Likewise, I don’t find ours to be a “very sad and divided country”…I mean, my God, we have President Trump at the helm and I could not be more thrilled day in and day out that the country was spared certain disaster from the Clintons moving back into the White House, only this time with Hillary in power!! Yikes! now THAT would have been a “sad” day for the country. Oh and Justice Holmes does not understand the concept of Yin and Yang. 😉

          1. Holmes lacks critical thinking skills. What he writes is an attempt to repeat what someone else said from his preferred media. They could call him silly and he would repeat that as well.

  12. Dr. Fauci may be a great virologist. He may be a good, not perfect, epidemiologist. He may be a lousy economist. The one thing Fauci is not is a murderer. So why can’t Farrakhan be sued and made to STFU about things of which he knows absolutely nothing?

    1. Regarding Fauci.

      Explain this?

      Fauci on 60 Minutes March 2020- When Dr. Fauci said people should not be wearing masks


      While you’re at it, explain why the WHO, Fauci, et al, said nothing about stay in place and social distancing when H1N1 was declared a Level 6 Pandemic (same as Covid now) in 2009, even though H1N1 originated in our own backyard in Mexico, not China?

      1. Fauci explained why he didn’t urge ‘everyone’ to go out and get masks. There weren’t enough available and the supply had to be there for the first hand responders. This is a fact that anyone who paid attention can research. Also, in every event of Covid-19, it was a learn as you go situation. The Chinese were ignorant and took it in the gut, until they jumped on it. The same is true with Europe. The only countries that faired well were those without inherent political and ideological polarization such as the US. Also the US is suffering, per capita, the most because the leader is a blithering idiot. Trump’s first and ongoing strategy is, not to take control and man up but, to blame others. As a leader, Trump is an oxymoron, as well as a plain old fashioned moron. Drift back a few months and read the papers. It’s all Trump and American hubris, Trump feeding and feeding off of American hubris.

        1. “Please tell her (Hillary) that we love her more than ever!” Love, Dr. Tony (her biggest fan) xoxo

          [PS…Does anyone wonder….just wonder….if Tony Fauci may have…possibly….maaaaybe….at least thought about….subtle ways to sabotage Trump??]

          1. The question now arises, How long before Trump blames Fauci for giving him bad advice and blaming Fauci for the tens of thousands of lives that could have been saved? Let’s see now, Trump has already blamed Cuomo, DeBlasio, and a host of others. “Fauci told me to do it.”

            1. Please. Fauci DID give bad advice! He got nearly everything wrong, way off base. As for Cuomo and Deblasio, do you really believe they deserve *praise for their poor handling of the pandemic?? They were disastrous. But see, the MSM won’t tell you the “facts” about it so you wouldn’t know. The media’s role is to run cover for Democrats and lie about Donald Trump, continually. Open your eyes, man.

      2. from the CDC website today and updated June 28:

        COVID-19 spreads mainly from person to person through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes, talks, or raises their voice (e.g., while shouting, chanting, or singing). These droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs. Recent studies show that a significant portion of individuals with COVID-19 lack symptoms (are “asymptomatic”) and that even those who eventually develop symptoms (are “pre-symptomatic”) can transmit the virus to others before showing symptoms.

        To reduce the spread of COVID-19, CDC recommends that people wear cloth face coverings in public settings when around people outside of their household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.

        CDC recommends that people wear cloth face coverings in public settings and when around people who don’t live in your household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
        Cloth face coverings may help prevent people who have COVID-19 from spreading the virus to others.
        Cloth face coverings are most likely to reduce the spread of COVID-19 when they are widely used by people in public settings.
        Cloth face coverings should NOT be worn by children under the age of 2 or anyone who has trouble breathing, is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.

        Evidence for Effectiveness of Cloth Face Coverings

        Cloth face coverings are recommended as a simple barrier to help prevent respiratory droplets from traveling into the air and onto other people when the person wearing the cloth face covering coughs, sneezes, talks, or raises their voice. This is called source control. This recommendation is based on what we know about the role respiratory droplets play in the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, paired with emerging evidence from clinical and laboratory studies that shows cloth face coverings reduce the spray of droplets when worn over the nose and mouth. COVID-19 spreads mainly among people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet), so the use of cloth face coverings is particularly important in settings where people are close to each other or where social distancing is difficult to maintain.

        Who Should Wear A Cloth Face Covering?
        General public
        CDC recommends all people 2 years of age and older wear a cloth face covering in public settings and when around people who don’t live in your household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
        COVID-19 can be spread by people who do not have symptoms and do not know that they are infected. That’s why it’s important for everyone to wear cloth face coverings in public settings and practice social distancing (staying at least 6 feet away from other people).
        While cloth face coverings are strongly encouraged to reduce the spread of COVID-19, CDC recognizes there are specific instances when wearing a cloth face covering may not be feasible. In these instances, adaptations and alternatives should be considered whenever possible (see below for examples).
        People who know or think they might have COVID-19
        If you are sick with COVID-19 or think you might have COVID-19, do not visit public areas. Stay home except to get medical care. As much as possible stay in a specific room and away from other people and pets in your home. If you need to be around other people or animals, wear a cloth face covering (including in your home).
        The cloth face covering helps prevent a person who is sick from spreading the virus to others. It helps keep respiratory droplets contained and from reaching other people.
        Caregivers of people with COVID-19
        Those caring for someone who is sick with COVID-19 at home or in a non-healthcare setting may also wear a cloth face covering. However, the protective effects—how well the cloth face covering protects healthy people from breathing in the virus—are unknown. To prevent getting sick, caregivers should also continue to practice everyday preventive actions: avoid close contact as much as possible, clean hands often; avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands; and frequently clean and disinfect surfaces.
        Who Should Not Wear a Cloth Face Covering
        Cloth face coverings should not be worn by:

        Children younger than 2 years old
        Anyone who has trouble breathing
        Anyone who is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove the cloth face covering without assistance

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  13. Did Dr. Fauci shoot those kids in Chicago this “Holiday” weekend. Black Lives Matter. Well only certain black lives matter.

    1. If Fauci falls out of favor with Trump and/or says anything to contradict Trump, then yes, you will hear it from the Blithering Idiot in Chief that Fauci shot the kids in Chicago. The spooky thing is 40% of Americans will believe their Fuehrer.

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