Fauci comes up with new ‘rule’ to wear masks


White House health adviser Anthony Fauci was seen at an elite book party regularly taking his mask on and off, confusing many attendees. An author says Fauci explained to her why he chose to wear it around some and not others.

Appearing at a book launch party for journalist Jonathan Karl this week at Cafe Milano in Washington DC, Fauci gained the attention of onlookers, according to Politico, by repeatedly putting on and taking off his mask as he talked to numerous people. This also happened as “gawkers” attempted to get a picture of the unmasked infectious disease expert. 

Sally Quinn, an author who used Fauci as the inspiration for a character in an erotic work of fiction, eventually approached the doctor and asked about his “ambivalence” towards mask-wearing at the event.

“He said, ‘I just decided that if anyone came up that I didn’t know, I would put my mask on,” the author recalled from her conversation with Fauci.

The head of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases was apparently on his own with his mask-wearing tactics, as Quinn reported all others at the event were not masked.

Quinn described the “paparazzi” as trying to catch Fauci in a “gotcha” moment, but also suggested that the doctor “was being safe.” All those who attended the party had to show proof of vaccinations beforehand.

Washington, DC recently dropped its strict mask mandate, though this does not go into effect until Monday, November 22. Masks will no longer be required in numerous indoor spaces, though they are still required in schools, libraries, public transportation, etc. Private businesses have the option to require or not require masks, under the new guidance.

Fauci’s latest mask advice has left some confused, and only refueled the controversial doctor’s conservative critics, some of whom have renewed calls for his dismissal.

Fauci has promoted mask-wearing in the past, even among the vaccinated, saying the act works to protect those unvaccinated against coronavirus, as well as those who are more vulnerable to the virus.

In an interview this month with Bloomberg TV, Fauci said US citizens “will not have to wear masks forever,” but “we’re not there yet.”

“We need to keep our foot on the pedal and not pull back as we head back into the winter months,” he said.


5 thoughts on “Fauci comes up with new ‘rule’ to wear masks

  1. Fauci: “I just decided that if anyone came up that I didn’t know, I would put my mask on.”

    This is the level of intelligence being paraded out to the world as someone who knows, someone who really knows.

    When was is decided that imbeciles are geniuses? Musta been right around Sept. 11, 2001.


  2. I wonder if Sally Quinn, who wrote an erotic novel about Fauci when he was a young doctor, were thinking about their past and reminiscing about this song from 1980 by the B-52s?
    While they were discussing protection…I mean masks.
    The B-52s were from Athens, Georgia. Only 72 miles from the CDC in Atlanta?
    “Dirty Back Road”
    “Reckless…driving…like a…sports car…God, I…want you…like a fuel…engine! Energized line…Like a road…you ride me…Like a road…you ride me… **Foot on the pedal**…Feet in the air…Sand in my hair. Oh, don’t look back…Don’t look behind you…Reckless driving on…Dirty back road…
    **Fauci quote from the article**
    Or they could have been discussing “Love Shack”?

    1. What?!! Surely he wrote those words when he was overtaken/possessed by some sex entity, an entity convincing him he is an exceptional lover. Must have been a lying demon, for surely he is the epitome of a non-lover, an anti-lover, an Alfred E. Neuman lover. Or maybe it was just Premature Preoccupation. 🙂


      1. Wow. I think you’re reading too much into it. At one time, many Americans lost their virginity in automobiles. I did in 1974. This was just a spicy description of that real part of our history.
        I don’t know about what happens these days.

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