America’s most untrusted doctor made another unwanted appearence on the news again.
He then gave some more unwanted advice as well.
While on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Fauci was asked by host Margaret Brennan if Americans can expect to be able to spend Christmas with their families this year.
Fauci’s answer suggested that they will not.
Here’s how the conversation unfolded.
Brennan asked Fauci directly:
“We can gather for Christmas, or it’s just too soon to tell?”
“It is just too soon to tell,” Fauci responded.
He then continued: “We have to concentrate on continuing to get those numbers down and not try to jump ahead by weeks or months and say what we’re going to do at a particular time.”
Someone needs to let Fauci know that nobody has taken anything he says seriously in quite a while.
Fortunately, several Twitter users did just that.
Fox Newswith the latest piece of bad advice from Anthony Fauci:
Dr. Anthony Fauci was under fire on Sunday for suggesting Americans might have to spend Christmas alone in 2021.
On CBS’s "Face The Nation," Fauci spoke with anchor Margaret Brennan about the status of the coronavirus pandemic and what is expected in the months to come. Specifically, Brennan wondered if families can gather for Christmas.
"We can gather for Christmas, or it’s just too soon to tell?" Brennan asked.
Fauci responded it was "too soon to tell" if people could gather in groups by Christmas this year.
"It is just too soon to tell," Fauci said. "We have to concentrate on continuing to get those numbers down and not try to jump ahead by weeks or months and say what we’re going to do at a particular time."
Critics slammed Fauci for suggesting that families should spend Christmas apart.
"Dr. Fauci said today it’s too soon to know whether people will be able to gather for Christmas. Insanity. Who in the world is still listening to this dude?" OutKick founder Clay Travis wrote.
Fauci claims "it's to soon to tell" if anyone can celebrate Christmas with family this year.
Our friends at the Daily Wire have more on the overall reaction to Fauci's cancelling of Christmas this year:
“It’s just too soon to tell,” Fauci said when asked if people could gather for Christmas. “We’ve just got to [be] concentrating on continuing to get those numbers down and not try to jump ahead by weeks or months and say what we’re going to do at a particular time. Let’s focus like a laser on continuing to get those cases down. And we can do it by people getting vaccinated, and also in the situation where boosters are appropriate to get people boosted because we know that they can help greatly in diminishing infection and diminishing advanced disease, the kinds of data that are now accumulating in real time.”
Some of the top responses to Fauci included:
Mary Katharine Ham, CNN: “He said at an Atlantic event this week that he rejects the idea that even moderate or mild COVID infection is okay when that’s exactly what we’re told is the purpose of vax (as opposed to preventing transmission entirely). His philosophy is not compatible with a free society.”
Sean Parnell, U.S. Senate candidate: “Someone tell this guy that we celebrated Christmas together with our families last year & are going to do it again this year. Even
Dr. Birx, at the height of the pandemic, blew him off & traveled to celebrate Thanksgiving with her family. Dr. Fauci, please just go away.”
Stephen Miller, political commentator: “Fauci once again doesn’t differentiate between his own hypochondria and guidance of public health policy based on medical fact. See your families on Christmas. F*** this guy.”
Greg Pollowitz, editor: “They tried this last year, remember? And then Dr. Birx got caught breaking her own guidance.”
Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX): “Guess this means I’m throwing a giant Christmas party.”
Chuck Ross, reporter: “It’s bad enough that Fauci says these ridiculous things, but it’s worse that journos keep framing questions to him as if he has any say over whether we get together for Christmas.”
America's most untrusted doctor doesn't get to tell you or your family whether or not you're allowed to celebrate Christmas or anything else.
Several Twitter users reminded Fauci that he has no say this year, just like he had no say last year: