As the football season gets underway both at the college and professional levels (there’s a difference?), video is popping up of full stadiums, people jumping around, crowds not wearing masks and, in general, a return to normal without permission from the Center for Disease Control.
“Outdoors is always better than indoors, but even when you have such a congregate setting of people close together,” Fauci added.
Oh, no. Little Tony Fauci is telling the American people, including college students who started chanting “F— Joe Biden” on Saturday, to cower in fear for a bit longer as “cases” are going up or something like that.
Fauci’s comments came just before the much-anticipated 2021 football season kicked off Thursday.
“We and our clubs are in daily and regular conversations with local and state authorities, but as we sit here right now, we don’t anticipate any reduction in capacity this year,” O’Reilly said in the league’s last briefing.
There is a lot of discussion about how the vaccinated are in danger from the unvaccinated and that the unvaccinated should be treated like lepers until they comply and give up their freedom of choice to make the vaccinated feel better about their decision.
The question, then, is if the shots really work, why would the vaccinated be in danger?
Don’t answer that. We’re all still supposed to be afraid.