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    Sen. Rand Paul on Saturday hit back at YouTube censors who kicked him off the website for claiming that cloth masks do not protect against the coronavirus now that the Centers for Disease Control has updated its guidance on mask-wearing. The Kentucky senator was suspended from the website for a week in August after he claimed in one video that 'Most of the masks you get over the counter don't work. They don't prevent infection.' He added that cloth masks, especially, do not work. A spokesperson for YouTube told NBC News at the time that the video violated its policy on COVID-19 misinformation, which includes 'claims that wearing a mask is dangerous or causes negative physical health effects' or that masks don't play a role in preventing the contraction or transmission of COVID-19. But over the weekend, the CDC changed its tune amid the spread of the Omicron variant, and is now admitting that 'loosely woven cloth products provide the least protection,' according to the New York Times. It says in its new guidance that 'well-fitting disposable surgical masks and...
    "Face the Nation" host Margaret Brennan had asked Fauci if the pandemic was "close to over" or if "we need to brace for another wave" as the holidays approach. Fauci answered that public health officials need to continue to look for COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths to come down. "The one thing that we don't want to do is that we don't want to become complacent and say, 'OK, now we need to pull back, we don't need any more people to get vaccinated,'" said Fauci on Sunday. "We need to continue to get those individuals, now 70 million people who are eligible to be vaccinated, vaccinated." Brennan then followed up with a question about studies that show "COVID's gotten better at transmitting through aerosols." "What does that mean? We're going into cold weather. We're going into the holidays. Do people need to start looking around and saying it's just too risky to gather with family members if there are unvaccinated children?" Brennan asked. Fauci replied that as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) traveled to Tampa on Sunday to deliver a speech at Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit where he said sales for his “Don’t Fauci My Florida” merchandise are “through the roof.” “Let me just give you a personal welcome to the free state of Florida,” DeSantis told the crowd of young conservatives. “Here in Florida, we believe in lifting people up, not locking people down. We believe in the rights of kids to get an in-person education, and the right of people to earn a living — the right of people to maintain their businesses. Florida chooses freedom over Fauci-ism.” Last week, DeSantis began selling branded merchandise featuring slogans like “Don’t Fauci My Florida” in an effort to push back against National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases head Dr. Anthony Fauci, a move for which media elites criticized him. DeSantis’ campaign store features t-shirts and koozies with the slogan, “Don’t Fauci My Florida,” and one koozie with the message, “How the hell am I going to be able to drink a beer with a...
    Ahead of his 2022 gubernatorial campaign, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is selling beer koozies and t-shirts mocking Dr. Anthony Fauci's coronavirus restrictions.   Available on DeSantis's campaign website for $12, are red koozies imprinted with the words: 'How the hell am I going to be able to drink a beer with a mask on?' along with blue koozies imprinted with the words: 'Don't Fauci my Florida.'   The phrase is a jab at the Chief White House medical adviser, who has become the butt of jokes for Republicans due to his preventative approach to the deadly coronavirus and mask-wearing. Ahead of his 2022 gubernatorial campaign, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (pictured) is selling beer koozies and t-shirts mocking Dr. Anthony Fauci's coronavirus restrictions. Available on DeSantis's campaign website for $12, are blue koozies imprinted with the words: 'Don't Facui my Florida.' Also available on the website are red koozies imprinted with the words: 'How the hell am I going to be able to drink a beer with a mask on?' along The new merchandise was announced on DaSantis' campaign's 'Team DeSantis'...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is selling merchandise poking fun at Dr. Anthony Fauci over his support for strict coronavirus restrictions.  For the price of $12, supporters of DeSantis can help his re-election campaign by purchasing a beer koozie that says, "Don’t Fauci my Florida." DEROY MURDOCK: DESANTIS IS THE NEW GREAT RIGHT HOPE Another koozie available on the website contains a much talked about quote from DeSantis where he dismissed the need to wear a facemask saying, "How the hell am I going to be able to drink a beer with my mask on?" Also available on DeSantis’s campaign website are flags fashioned to resemble former President Trump’s campaign paraphernalia that say "Keep Florida Free." DeSantis and Fauci have been on opposite ends of the politicization of the coronavirus pandemic, with the governor vocally opposing Fauci’s insistence on social distancing and lockdowns and opting instead to push for individual responsibility and protecting the state’s economy. The public feud between Fauci and DeSantis dates back to last year when the doctor publicly criticized DeSantis for opening up Florida’s economy at a...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is now selling branded merchandise featuring slogans like “Don’t Fauci My Florida” in an effort to push back against National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases head Dr. Anthony Fauci. DeSantis’ campaign store features t-shirts and koozies with the slogan “Don’t Fauci My Florida,” and one koozie with the message “How the hell am I going to be able to drink a beer with a mask on?” The Florida governor, who, along with former President Donald Trump led the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) straw poll, gained popularity during coronavirus recovery efforts as he allowed businesses in the state to flourish economically. In February, DeSantis considered Florida to be an “oasis of freedom” amid ongoing coronavirus lockdowns in other states at the time. “We are an oasis of freedom in a nation that’s suffering in many parts of the country under the yoke of oppressive lockdowns,” DeSantis said. “We see schools closed, businesses shuttered, and lives destroyed.” DeSantis also pushed back against lockdown efforts in March of this year as he spoke to reporters, telling those in attendance that...
    Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis attacked Dr. Anthony Fauci, White House medical adviser, with campaign merchandise online Wednesday.  The DeSantis campaign store featured products with messages like “Don’t Fauci My Florida” and “How the hell am I going to be able to drink a beer with a mask on?” Products for sale include t-shirts, hats, flags and beer koozies. The cheapest item for sale – a “Don’t Fauci My Florida” set of koozies– goes for $12, while the most expensive item goes for $40.  From a koozie that says “How the hell am I going to be able to drink a beer with a mask on?” to a T-shirt reading “Don’t Fauci my Florida,” a new line of products from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis are creating a stir while showing clear disdain for Dr. Faucihttps://t.co/udOcmHIXcB — NBC New York (@NBCNewYork) July 14, 2021 DeSantis is selling the merchandise to fundraise for his gubernatorial reelection campaign in 2022, The Hill reports. This is despite the fact that DeSantis could be a frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, if...
    DONALD Trump took to Twitter to slam the media for applauding Anthony Fauci's handling of the Covid pandemic, while giving the president "no credit." This came after Fauci appeared on ABC's This Week on Sunday to discredit Trump's claims that the number of coronavirus-related deaths in the US is being exaggerated. 5Trump slammed the media for applauding Fauci instead of giving him credit for handling the Covid-19 pandemicCredit: AP:Associated Press 5Trump made sure to point out that Fauci works for himCredit: Twitter "Something how Dr. Fauci is revered by the LameStream Media as such a great professional, having done, they say, such an incredible job, yet he works for me and the Trump Administration, and I am in no way given credit for my work," Trump wrote. "Gee, could this just be more Fake News?" he added. Earlier on Sunday morning, Trump took a shot at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), claiming they have been misrepresenting the Covid death toll in the country. "The number of cases and deaths of the China Virus is far exaggerated in...
    Madison Summers October 15, 2020 0 Comments Dr. Anthony Fauci is not backing down in showing his clear distaste being used and taken out of context in a campaign advertisement for President Donald Trump’s re-election. Fauci, a member of the White House coronavirus task force, previously spoke out that his words — “I can’t imagine … that anybody could be doing more” — used in the ad regarding the coronavirus pandemic were taken out of context. Fauci has clarified those remarks were him praising the federal government’s response as a whole not solely Trump. When reports suggested he would reportedly be used in another campaign ad, Fauci said “that would be terrible,” adding, “I mean, that would be outrageous if they do that. In fact, that might actually come back to backfire on them. I hope they don’t do that.” Reiterating his disapproval being used in a campaign ad, Fauci said during Thursday’s “Good Morning America” interview that he is not “contemplating any further action,” before adding, “I don’t like to be associated with anything political.” “The way I...
    President Donald Trump bemoaned his low approval ratings and compared his popularity to Dr. Anthony Fauci's during a press conference Tuesday, saying 'nobody likes me.' The president boasted he has a 'very good' relationship with Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, and said his high approval rating transfers to the whole Trump administration as they work together to tackle the virus.  Trump was asked about his views on Fauci after he retweeted a message Monday night claiming the doctor misled the public on hydroxychloroquine. 'I get along with him very well and I agree with a lot of what he's said,' Trump insisted. President Donald Trump bemoaned his low approval ratings and compared his popularity to Dr. Anthony Fauci's during a press conference Tuesday, saying 'nobody likes me' 'So it sort of is curious, a man works for us, with us, very closely, Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx also, very highly thought of -- and yet, they're highly thought of, but nobody likes me?' Trump said. Fauci pictured above Trump was asked about his views on...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci on Tuesday brushed off harsh criticism from President Donald Trump, who on Monday night in a series of tweets slammed the nation’s leading infectious disease expert and accused him of misleading the public regarding the coronavirus crisis. “I just will continue to do my job no matter what comes out because I think it’s very important,” Fauci, a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, told ABCs "Good Morning America."  We’re in the middle of a crisis with regard to an epidemic, a pandemic. This is what I do, this is what I’ve been trained for all my professional life and I’ll continue to do it…I have not been misleading the American public under any circumstances.” When asked what his response was to Trump’s accusations on Twitter and attempts to undermine his credibility, Fauci added that "I don’t know how to address that. I’m just going to certainly continue doing my job. I don’t tweet. I don’t even read them, so I don’t really want to go there." Regarding the president’s promotion of hydroxychloroquine, Fauci also stressed...
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