Since March, when the people of America were told we needed to “flatten the curve” of new cases of the novel SARS2-coronavirus, known as COVID-19, the country has been in various degrees of lockdown depending on local governments, and how they reacted to the hysteria of fear that people like Anthony Fauci, MD, instilled with their talk of “cases” and “numbers of people who died with COVID-19.” (Note that this is died WITH COVID, not OF COVID.)
Frankly, they scared the crap out of those who prefer to live in fear of just about anything and everything to the point that there are Americans driving cars wearing face masks, and some even wearing them outside where the air can be thick, and no virus spread is likely.
“We need to hunker down and get through this fall and winter because it’s not going to be easy,” Fauci said during a discussion with doctors from Harvard Medical School.
The number of daily cases so far in September, running at about 36,000, is lower than August — but Fauci says it’s still too high. “I keep looking at that curve, and I get more depressed and more depressed about the fact that we never really get down to the baseline that I’d like,” he said.
“What I would like to see is keeping the lid on it, keeping the baseline down, until we get a vaccine,” Fauci said. “I think that’s the thing that turns it around.”
Of course, he thinks a vaccine will turn things around. That’s what the Center for Disease Control always seems to push despite many studies that demonstrate a protocol of zinc and anti-malarial drugs cure the patient. If that’s the case, why push for a vaccine?
Americans who are sick of being cooped up and treated like prisoners in a gulag would like to know.