You won’t believe who just told Trump to fire Dr. Fauci
Dr. Anthony Fauci is becoming one of the more controversial members of the President’s coronavirus taskforce.
The President is listening to Dr. Fauci is keeping the economy shutdown which threatens to send the country into a second Great Depression.
And now you won’t believe whop just told Trump to fire Dr. Fauci.
Former Texas Congressman Ron Paul is a two-time Presidential candidate and served as a doctor in the U.S. Air Force.
Congressman Paul has been critical of Dr. Fauci and other medical experts who advocated for government lockdowns to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
As the models that Dr. Fauci used to justify the shutdowns that showed up to 240,000 Americans dying fell apart, many Americans are questioning if policy makers are following Dr. Fauci’s bad advice.
Former Congressman Paul went even farther and demanded that President Trump fire Dr. Fauci and called him a “fraud.”
“He should be fired, but if you don’t do it in the literal sense, the people have to fire him,” Paul declared. “They have to fire him by saying ‘he’s a fraud.’”
Paul ripped Dr. Fauci and other medical experts for handing Governors and Mayors a blank check to steal people’s liberties in the name of public health.
“The plan that they have is when things are getting back to normal, people can return to their work, and they do things, and go to the golf course if they get a stamp of approval,” Paul added.
“Your liberties are there if you get a proper stamp from the government.”
“It’s an excuse to have total control over the people,” Paul concluded.
There is evidence to back up what Paul stated.
Michigan’s Democrat governor made it illegal to drive to a friend’s house.
In New Jersey, that state’s Democrat governor made it illegal to go for a walk in the park.
Other Democrat governors have tried to close gun stores.
As the peak of the coronavirus pandemic winds down many Americans are wondering if these lockdowns were worth it and it government will return their stolen liberties.