It never ceases to amaze me that Dr. Fauci is still out and about making headlines on left-wing media outlets.
In his most recent appearance on MSNBC, Fauci delivered a message directly to Americans who have refused to get the experimental COVID-19 vaccination.
“Get over it.”
The same Fauci who has publicly changed his own stance on COVID-19 for almost two years wants the American people to get over it and get the jab, because as he says, “it’s not complicated.”
If that doesn’t inspire confidence, what does?..
Newsweek has the latest from America's most untrustworthy doctor:
Dr. Anthony Fauci has pleaded with vaccine-hesitant Americans wanting to make a "political statement" to "get over it" by becoming vaccinated against COVID-19 as dangerous new variants fuel the ongoing pandemic.
Fauci made the remarks during a Wednesday evening appearance on MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes. The longtime director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden expressed befuddlement that politics were pushing some away from the vaccines.
Fauci stressed that COVID-19 had "a solution" unlike some of the more "frustrating" diseases that he has work to combat. He urged those who are refusing the vaccines to change their minds for the sake of potentially saving the lives of their family members and others, if not themselves.
"This is not complicated," said Fauci. "We're not asking anybody to make any political statement one way or another. We're saying try and save your life. And that of your family and that of the community... We have a vaccine that's highly, highly effective in preventing disease and certainly in preventing severe disease and hospitalization."
"It's easy to get, it's free and it's readily available," he added. "So, you know, you've got to ask, what is the problem? Get over it. Get over this political statement. Just get over it and try and save the lives of yourself and your family."
Fauci sure has a way of oversimplifying things, doesn't he?
This is something that more and more Americans are calling him out for.
Hosts from Fox & Friends responded to Fauci, criticizing his "presumptuous" comments.
Fox News with more on that:
Brian Kilmeade blasted the doctor's statement as "presumptuous."
"Maybe you had you had the virus already," Kilmeade said. "Maybe you know you have the antibodies. Maybe the fact it's emergency use doesn't make you feel comfortable. Why not give people credit rather than try to berate them into doing something and claiming it's playing politics?"
"To shame people to get a vaccine is not effective," guest co-host Pete Hegseth added.
"Does your doctor talk to you that way?" Ainsley Earhardt asked, calling attention to a "Fox & Friends" interview Tuesday with the father of a 17-year-old diagnosed with heart condition after receiving the vaccine.
"What do you say to that dad, Dr. Fauci?" she asked. "Do you tell him to get over it? His son can't play soccer anymore, and he's a really good athlete."
"I'm not saying don't get your kids vaccinated, that's your choice as a parent. But you have to outweigh you have to know all the facts," she concluded.