This week Dr. Fauci — the man that Democrats have been constantly saying needs to be listened to when it comes to the country’s response to the coronavirus — said something that has not been the top story on nightly newscasts:
So long as people wear masks and practice social distancing, there's no reason not to vote in person, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci.
— Anthony Leonardi (@TonyDLeonardi) August 14, 2020
This is notable. https://t.co/CUpgrNjmen
— Brit Hume (@brithume) August 14, 2020
Naturally that was all over the mainstream media outlets. Wait, no it wasn’t:
Fauci in an interview yesterday said it was as safe to vote in person yesterday as going to a grocery store and there was barely a peep about it.
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) August 15, 2020
They’re nothing if not predictable.
Believe science, unless the science says something I don’t agree with. If that’s the case, the scientist is a “shill”.
— Dr. Hoju (@jleonardphd) August 15, 2020
The Party of "WE trust Scientists" only really means they trust the bits that agree with what they already believe https://t.co/nY4Mo9hPYF
— Renna (@RennaW) August 15, 2020
Not alarmist enough, next talking point please.
— Casey Arneson (@ctarneson) August 15, 2020
Doesn’t fit the narrative. If he said it wasn’t, it would be 24/7 coverage. https://t.co/yQwQ3X8FzL
— Steve (@sjbftmlsc) August 15, 2020
There’s no doubt about that.