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Fauci: ‘I Have Flip-Flopped’ On COVID But ‘It’s a Good Thing,’ Public ‘Doesn’t Fully Understand That’

“Yeah, what I can say, it’s a good thing,” Fauci insisted. “I have flip-flopped and the reason is because science and the evolution of this outbreak changes.”

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Cable news personality and President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci admitted this week that he has “flip-flopped” on COVID policy, but argued that “it’s a good thing” and “the general public doesn’t fully understand that.”

Fauci made the comments during an interview with Detroit news outlet Local 4.

“You’ve basically been accused of flip-flopping on your positions. Can you clarify why some of those nuanced opinions are really important?” Fauci was asked.

“Yeah, what I can say, it’s a good thing,” Fauci insisted. “I have flip-flopped and the reason is because science and the evolution of this outbreak changes.”

“If you are being true to the facts and true to the data, you’re going to have to change,” Fauci continued. “That’s not flip-flopping, that’s getting moving along with the science the way this outbreak is moving along. And it’s understandable how the general public doesn’t fully understand that.”

During an appearance on Fox News, Fauci clarified earlier statements he made after a judge struck down the divisive CDC mask mandate for transportation including airplanes. At the time, Fauci said he did not believe the decision should have made it to a court room, but rather been left to the experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention without judicial oversight.

“This is a public health issue,” Fauci reminded the viewers, adding that “the point that I was making is that you always respect a decision of a judge in a court, in fact that’s what’s happening right now because masks are coming off in transportation.”

He continued, “I think it’s a bad precedent when decisions about public health issues are made by people, be they judges or what have you, that don’t have experience or expertise in public health.”

“I believe this should remain a CDC decision,” Fauci added.

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9 Comments

9 Comments

  1. Jasonn

    May 13, 2022 at 4:55 pm

    I had no idea that “science” was so subjective before.

    • roberted

      May 13, 2022 at 5:38 pm

      Only when the science is being made-up along the way……

  2. Michael Day

    May 13, 2022 at 6:39 pm

    POOLITACAL incorrect speech aka LYING is what the fake SON OF A BITCH
    DID .
    Soul-lution
    HANGEM HIGH for all the PEOPLE TO SEE

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  5. Ozzonelayyer

    May 14, 2022 at 9:27 am

    “I believe this should remain a CDC decision,” Fauci added.

    Sorry but the Constitution doesn’t give the Executive Branch that kind of power.

  6. Recognizing Truth

    May 15, 2022 at 12:45 pm

    The real problem is that Mr. “I represent science” was flipping when he should have been flopping, and flopping when he should have been flipping.

    That’s not FOLLOWING science, that’s making it up and then having to change what you made up because science proved you wrong, and then doing that same thing again, and again.

    Far from “representing science” he is guilty of opposing it then MIS-representing it to cover his failures.

  7. lionel

    May 15, 2022 at 5:38 pm

    More people hate this man than Hitler. Hey Tony. Does that make you sleep well at night?

  8. Lisa

    May 17, 2022 at 9:05 am

    fraudci needs to be charged with crimes against humanity, NOTHING ELSE will do

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