Last Updated on April 30, 2020
Dr. Anthony Fauci, who has been the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, has proclaimed that there should be no sporting events held in 2020, but has given the green light to the use of homosexual and heterosexual hookup apps for casual sex.
Fauci has come under fire for repeated uses of failed models that predicted millions of Americans would die of coronavirus, his close association with Bill Gates, and his apparent love for television cameras.
Now, the coronavirus expert suggests that sporting events should be cancelled for the remainder of 2020, unless games are played with no fans in stadiums, and players are quarantined between games.
The New York Post reported that Fauci said no to sporting events yesterday:
“Safety, for the players and for the fans, trumps everything,” Fauci told the New York Times. “If you can’t guarantee safety, then unfortunately you’re going to have to bite the bullet and say, ‘We may have to go without this sport for this season.’”
Fauci, the 79-year-old head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said earlier this month “there’s a way” for sports to come back if they don’t have fans and quarantine teams in hotels between games.
This latest claim from Fauci comes after the doctor gave casual sex obtained via dating apps a green light.
In Fauci’s eyes, casual sex is a “relative risk,” and if individuals are willing to risk becoming ill with the Chinese coronavirus in exchange for casual sex with a relative stranger, they should be able to make that decision.
Toward the end of the taped segment, Fauci was asked: “If you’re swiping on a dating app like Tinder, or Bumble or Grindr, and you match with someone that you think is hot, and you’re just kind of like, ‘Maybe it’s fine if this one stranger comes over.’ What do you say to that person?”
“You know, that’s tough,” replied the befuddled National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director to the curveball. “Because that’s what’s called relative risk.”
Then he dropped the bombshell. “If you’re willing to take a risk — and you know, everybody has their own tolerance for risks — you could figure out if you want to meet somebody,” said Fauci, who was named a candidate for People magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” award.
It is unclear why Fauci is willing to call casual sex a “relative risk” while sporting events, church gatherings, and visiting family has previously been strongly discouraged by the doctor.