Dr. Fauci on Covid Lockdowns: “I Don’t Like Mandating Things, I Don’t Like Punishing People For Not Doing Something”

Gateway Pundit – by Cristina Laila

Dr. Fauci on Tuesday testified before the Senate Committee on Appropriations on Joe Biden’s 2023 budget request for the National Institutes of Health.

Fauci was asked about Covid-19, Covid vaccines and what lessons he learned from the lockdowns during the pandemic.

“I don’t like mandating things, I don’t like punishing people for not doing something,” Fauci said.

Here’s Fauci just last month praising Communist China’s COVID pandemic strategy and discussing the reason for lockdowns — to get everyone vaccinated with experimental vaccines.

“You use lockdowns to get people vaccinated so that when you open up you won’t have a surge of infections.”

Fauci is an unelected bureaucrat who isn’t beholden to the American people so he should never have any power anyway.

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3 thoughts on “Dr. Fauci on Covid Lockdowns: “I Don’t Like Mandating Things, I Don’t Like Punishing People For Not Doing Something”

  1. I have no problem punching fkheads like you in the face if I knew how to get to you, scrote.
    Of course I’d use a stick, pipe, or something else as not to get any Sploodge on me from your rat face nasty carcass.
    Sincerely

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