Dr. Fauci made a confession that left this Republican Senator red with rage

Many Americans are getting fed up with Dr. Fauci’s ever shifting guidance.

For the last year, the ability of Americans to live normal lives hinged on Fauci’s whims.

And Dr. Fauci made a confession that left this Republican Senator red with rage.

On Tuesday Dr, Fauci confirmed what many suspected – the so-called experts long knew that vaccinated Americans did not need to wear masks, and that Fauci only wore one in public for show.

In an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Fauci admitted he wore a mask to make people feel better.

“Well, you know, George, I’m obviously careful because I mean I’m a physician and a health care provider. I am now much more comfortable in people seeing me indoors without a mask,” Fauci began.

“I mean, before the CDC made the recommendation change, I didn’t want to look like I was giving mixed signals but being a fully vaccinated person, the chances of my getting infected in an indoor setting is extremely low and that’s the reason why in indoor settings now I feel comfortable about not wearing a mask because I’m fully vaccinated,” Fauci concluded.

Fauci’s admission called back to a confrontation with Rand Paul two months ago where Paul criticized Dr. Fauci for wearing a mask indoors while being fully vaccinated.

Paul ripped Fauci for engaging in theater.

Fauci’s defenders in the corporate-controlled media slammed Rand Paul for that exchange.

“Nothing brings out Senator Paul’s propensity to act like an ass like a Congressional appearance by Fauci,” Brianna Keilar stated ahead of Fauci’s most recent appearance before the committee Paul sits on.

But Paul was right.

And now only did Fauci admit he only wore mask indoors for show, but Fauci also admitted that the so-called “experts” knew vaccinated Americans did not need to wear masks long before the CDC updated its guidelines, which only fueled speculation that they were issued to help the Biden administration distract from energy, jobs, immigration, foreign policy, and inflation crises.

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