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Why Won’t Fauci And Biden Listen To All These Medical Experts?



Fauci isn’t following the science according to some experts.

In fact, two very senior vaccine officials at The FDA left because of their frustration with Biden’s reluctance to adhere to the science on booster shots.

Now more experts are voicing their concerns with Biden’s reckless Covid policies, which do everything but ‘follow the science’, and they are also notably frustrated with Antony Fauci.

Throughout this entire ‘pandemic’ Fauci has been wrong at virtually every turn, and it appears as if he is also guilty of authorizing funding for gain of function research.

Experts, CDC testimony, and other officials, all seem to be at odds with what Fauci and Biden are trying to pass off as science:

Politico had more details:

They told officials on the Sept. 27 call — including Biden’s chief medical adviser, Anthony Fauci; White House policy adviser Cameron Webb; and the heads of the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — that the shots should be given to people most at risk of severe Covid-19 to reduce hospitalizations and deaths.

The growing split between Biden’s team and outside health experts on boosters threatens to disrupt a key source of support the administration has relied on to sell its vaccination drive to the American public. Biden, who took office pledging to “follow the science,” until recently enjoyed the enthusiastic backing of eminent physicians and researchers as he attempted to crush Covid-19 and revive the U.S. economy. But the White House’s sweeping vision for boosters has weakened those ties.


Western Journal continued:

The willingness of the Biden White House to make the facts fit its conclusions “undermines credibility not just for [federal health] agencies but for the administration overall,” said Dr. Irwin Redlener, director of the Pandemic Resource and Response Initiative at Columbia University.

“Somebody needs a communication lesson. Maybe many people do,” he said.

When Politico went fishing for comments about the opposition of some experts to decisions ordained by the White House, a spokesman for the Department of Health and Human Services said the administration “regularly engage[s] outside stakeholders from the medical community with a broad array of viewpoints for their feedback.”


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