Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Oh Hell GNAW!!!! Trump Should Give Fauci And The Establishment His Short, Stubby, Middle-Finger

dailymail  | Dr Fauci tells Trump he could be a 'game changer' in the fight against COVID if he tells his supporters to get the vaccine after HALF of Republican men said they will not get the shot

  • Asked whether Trump should speak to his supporters directly, given the recent poll numbers, Fauci said: 'I think it would make all the difference in the world'
  • Trump, Fauci said, 'is a such a strongly popular person...it would be very helpful' 
  • The government's top infectious disease expert said politics needs to be separated from 'commonsense, no-brainer' public health measures
  • Trump did tell supporters at CPAC last month to 'go get your shot' 
  • The other living former U.S. presidents are set to appear in two public service announcements for the vaccine alongside their wives, without Trump
  • Joe Biden and other political leaders received their shots publicly to encourage Americans to get vaccinated; Trump was vaccinated privately in January
Dr Anthony Fauci has said 'wildly popular' Donald Trump could be a 'game changer' if he tells his supporters to get the COVID-19 vaccine.  

Almost half of Republican men say they will not get the vaccine when it is available to them compared with just six percent of Democrat men, according to a new poll.

Asked whether Trump should speak to his supporters directly, given those numbers, Fauci told Fox News: 'I think it would make all the difference in the world.' 

Trump, Fauci said, 'is a such a strongly popular person...it would be very helpful for the effort for that to happen.'

Fauci added: 'If he came out and said, "Go and get vaccinated. It´s really important for your health, the health of your family and the health of the country," it seems absolutely inevitable that the vast majority of people who are his close followers would listen to him.

'I think it would make all the difference in the world. He’s a very wildly popular person among Republicans.' 

Though it wasn't publicized at the time, Trump and First Lady Melania Trump got the vaccine in January before they left the White House, a Trump adviser told DailyMail.com in February. 

In a round of interviews on the morning news shows, the government's top infectious disease expert said politics needs to be separated from 'commonsense, no-brainer' public health measures.