Biden regime medical advisor Anthony Fauci predicted that “things are going to get worse” for people who have not been injected with one of the controversial COVID vaccines during a TV interview on Sunday, going on to forecast more “pain and suffering” for U.S. citizens if they do not all get vaccinated.
“But things are going to get worse,” Fauci told ABC’s Jonathan Karl. “If you look at the acceleration of the number of cases, the seven day average has gone up substantially. You know, what we really need to do John, and we say it over and over again, it’s the truth, we have a hundred million people in this country who are eligible to be vaccinated who are not getting vaccinated.”
NEW: White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci tells @jonkarl, "things are going to get worse," as COVID-19 cases surge with delta variant.
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“We are seeing an outbreak of the unvaccinated, there are some breakthrough infections in the vaccinated, you’d expect that because no vaccine is a hundred percent effective,” Fauci proclaimed, adding, “but in the breakthrough infections they are mostly mild or without symptoms whereas the unvaccinated, who have a much, much, much higher chance of getting infected in the first place, are the one that are getting vulnerable to getting severe illness that might lead to hospitalization and in some cases death.”
The controversial infectious diseases spokesperson continued, “So we’re looking, not I believe to lockdown, but we’re looking to some pain and suffering in the future because we’re seeing cases go up, which is the reason why we keep saying over and over again the solution to this is get vaccinated and this would not be happening.”
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) recently called for a criminal referral for Fauci, as reported by National File:
In an appearance on the increasingly left wing Fox News, Paul declared that Fauci “has a significant conflict of interest. Since he was indeed at the top of the food chain, and he did approve funding to the NIH to the Wuhan lab, that’s not even contested.
After Hannity asked Paul if he believes that Fauci is guilty of perjuring himself before Congress, something that once saw former Trump advisor Roger Stone convicted and facing prison, Paul replied, “I will be sending a letter to the Department of Justice asking for a criminal referral, because he has lied to Congress.”