Anthony Fauci, who serves as the chief medical adviser for the Biden White House, recently proclaimed that unvaccinated Americans must change their focus from “concerns about personal liberty” in order to fight back against the presumed “common enemy,” otherwise known as the COVID pandemic, which originated in Wuhan, China.
Fauci insists that an “overwhelming proportion” of the population must become vaccinated, while also adding that other “mitigation” was necessary, including the “mandating of things,” including “the controversial issue of mask wearing.”
Fauci also rambled on about “mandating vaccines” for educators and other school personnel during a recent interview on “Face the Nation” with CBS.
In the interview, Fauci proceeded to admit that individuals who have been vaccinated have subsequently become infected with COVID, but he adds that the unvaccinated are suffering the most severe cases. Fauci also added that individuals should be far less concerned about personal liberties and be much more interested in engaging with various efforts that allegedly mitigate the virus’s spread throughout the nation.
“It’s the unvaccinated that are doing that,” Fauci brayed, in reference to the spread of the delta variant and others.
For this reason, “we’ve got to do mitigation,” Fauci insisted, adding, “put aside all these issues of concern about liberties and personal liberties.”
Instead, Americans must realize they have “a common enemy,” which is “the virus,” Fauci proclaimed, adding that Americans really need “to get together to get on top of this.”
If not, massive suffering will continue “as we’re seeing now,” Fauci claimed.
“Put aside all of these issues of concern about liberties and personal liberties and realize we have a common enemy, and that common enemy is virus,” Dr. Fauci says. “And we really have to all pull together to get on top of this, otherwise we're going to continue to suffer.” pic.twitter.com/TCCoC7rvhH
— Face The Nation (@FaceTheNation) August 15, 2021
Fauci was also asked if individuals who are eligible for a third booster shot for COVID should receive the jab from Moderna, regardless of whether or not Moderna was chosen for the first doses. The question arises as a study reveals that the vaccine for Moderna might be more effective than Pfizer with regards to mitigating the worst impacts of the delta variant.
Fauci failed to give a direct answer, noting that the study is “preprint” and has not “been fully peer-reviewed.” While he claims that he does not doubt the researchers, he also added that many “confounding variables” exist.