Cue the fact-checkers. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky got on a roll during a fiery Senate Help, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee, hearing. The man on the hot seat in front of him was Anthony Fauci, M.D., the Biden administration’s chief medical advisor and the man most recognized for the mask mania and pushing of unproven vaccines on the American public (as well as the rest of the world).
It seems that Senator Paul, being a medical doctor himself, actually understands something about the science that Fauci and his people have been touting, and Dr. Paul does not agree that any of the prevention measures pushed in the year of COVID have any place in actually stopping spreads. In fact, Paul called the whole fiasco what many Americans now believe it to be: theater.
“You’re telling everybody to wear a mask, whether they’ve had an infection or a vaccine. What I’m saying is that they have immunity, and everybody agrees they have immunity,” Paul said. “What studies do you have that people that have had the vaccine or have had the infection or the vaccine are spreading the infection? If we’re not spreading the infection, isn’t that just theater? You’ve had the vaccine and you’re wearing two masks, isn’t that theater?”
“No, it’s not – here we go again with the theater. Let’s get down to the facts,” Fauci responded, telling Paul that the studies he cited “look at in-vitro examination of memory immunity” and pointing out that the authors “specifically say, ‘this does not necessarily pertain to the actual protection, it’s in-vitro.”…
“The other thing is that when you talk about reinfection and you don’t keep in the concept of variants, that’s an entirely different ballgame. That’s a good reason for a mask,” Fauci said.
Well, since there have been admissions that the actual virus has not been isolated outside of the lab where it is rumored to have been created, what is the purpose of all of the “stop the spread” measures that did nothing but cure every other cause of death for about a year?
Maybe Senator Paul could ask that question next time he gets Little Tony Fauci in the hot seat.