Megyn Kelly tore into the bureaucrat “prophet” Dr. Anthony Fauci for lying to Americans. Kelly did not mince words when she took aim at Fauci and accused him of misleading the public and politicizing the pandemic by flipping on pandemic guidelines.
“The truth is that ’10 days’ [for quarantining] was a made-up standard from the beginning,” Kelly said on her show, referring to the recent change from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to cut back the ten-day quarantine frame to five days, so long as you don’t have symptoms.
“As was the six-feet distancing rule,” Kelly continued, “as was the cloth mask rule, as was the 70% for herd immunity rule. I could go on.”
“The point is: we have been lied to, we have been actively misled, we have been led around like mules on a tether by government bureaucrats, like Fauci, who wants to shut down your job while he makes north of $400,000 a year — and we learned this week is set to retire with a pension of over $350,00 a year.”
“These people wanna muzzle your kid all day at school while they parade around maskless at dinners and the Met Gala,” slammed Kelly, seemingly referring to far-left Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and other elected Democrats.
“They want to scare parents into sticking an experimental vaccine into their kids’ arms over and over and over — not one, but two shots, and then a mandatory third. Or no sports, or school, or indoor fun of any kind, despite the data that unvaccinated young people face a risk far less severe than that of fully-vaccinated adults.”
Earlier in the segment, Kelly ripped into folks in the media for their sycophantic obsession with bureaucrats like “prophet” Dr. Fauci. “That’s a good girl,” the politico mocked MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace for bragging about having multiple vaccine shots and always having a mask on before she leaves her home. “What a good girl you are; let me rub your belly,” Kelly emphasized her point.
Fauci’s unclear leadership and flip-flopping guidelines have only furthered the public’s distrust in the government’s abilities but he still remains the highest-paid federal employee? Someone, please make it make sense.