Dr. Fauci is most likely the most hated man in the United States right now. In a fierce and heated exchange on congress floor yet again, Senator Rand Paul called on the doctor to resign Immediately for his role in the infamous gain of function research. This is the 3rd time the top GOP Senator has had a clash with the Joe Biden’s appointed expert concerning the current Covid-19 crisis.
The senator blasted Dr. Fauci in the hearing held on Thursday, November 4th over gain of function research in Wuhan, China. Alleging that the doctor has learned nothing from this pandemic.
Paul (R-Ky.) Grilled the director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases, which is part of the national institute of health, on why he lied to the Congress and denied that the research was actually funded by the NIH prior to the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Gain-of-function could cause a pandemic even worse than this in the future”, the GOP Senator said. He went on to lash out at the doctor, saying this could even endanger civilization as we know it.
The senator who appeared to be on fire accused Dr Fauci and NIH of creating a virus not found in nature, and that Fauci misled the American people by refusing to admit to it.
Majority of Americans now believe Dr. Fauci had a hand in the Covid-19 pandemic and even some Democrats no longer believe the doctor.
Meanwhile, Companies with more than 100 employees will be mandated to require coronavirus vaccinations for their workers or do regular testing by Jan. 4 under a new federal rule that will be released Friday by the Biden administration, senior government officials said. The president noted that vaccination mandates are backed by broad public support, pushing back against critics who predicted that such requirements would lead to mass firings and worker shortages. “As we’ve seen with businesses — large and small — across all sectors of our economy, the overwhelming majority of Americans choose to get vaccinated,” Biden said in a statement.
But In coming New York City mayor, Eric Adams, who was just elected the next mayor of New York, says he plans to review the requirements now in place for municipal workers, which have been unpopular among some unions representing the city’s firefighters and police officials. And Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) said on Thursday that she intends to take “immediate legal action” against President Biden’s new vaccine mandate for employers with more than 100 employees.
President Joe Biden’s new policy appears, then, to be dead on arrival.