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Another Attack On Dr. Fauci

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Another Attack On Dr. Fauci

Another Attack On Dr. Fauci

Dr. Anthony Fauci went after a Fox News reporter after she compared him to Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele, aka, the “The Angel of Death.”


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If Trump Wins 2024 Election, Fauci Says He’s Leaving the White House

If Trump Wins 2024 Election, , Fauci Says He’s Leaving the White House. Fox News reports that in a recent interview with CNN, . Fauci was asked if he would remain the White House's chief medical adviser should former President Donald Trump be appointed to office again in 2024. Fauci was asked if he would remain the White House's chief medical adviser should former President Donald Trump be appointed to office again in 2024. He reportedly laughed and said "no.". If you look at the history of what the response was during the administration, I think, you know, at best, you can say it wasn’t optimal. And I think just, history will speak for itself about that, Dr. Anthony Fauci, via interview with CNN, as reported by Fox News. Trump and Fauci repeatedly butted heads amid the government's fight against COVID. People are tired of hearing Fauci and all these idiots, these people. Every time he goes on TV, there's a bomb, but there's a bigger bomb if you fire him, Donald Trump, via an October 2020 campaign conference call, as reported by Fox News. While Trump has not publicly announced a 2024 presidential bid. he's been hosting rallies across America and teasing he'll throw his hat into the ring once more. he's been hosting rallies across America and teasing he'll throw his hat into the ring once more. While speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference at the beginning of the year, . he alluded to running for office by referencing the Democratic Party's slim chances of victory. They're going to find out the hard way starting Nov. 8 and even more so starting November 2024, Donald Trump, at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February, via Fox News

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Fauci Says the US Is Out of the 'Pandemic Phase' of COVID-19 [Video]

Fauci Says the US Is Out of the 'Pandemic Phase' of COVID-19

Fauci Says the U.S. Is Out , of the 'Pandemic Phase' of COVID-19. On April 26, the United States' top infectious disease expert said that the nation is "out of the pandemic phase" of COVID-19. On April 26, the United States' top infectious disease expert said that the nation is "out of the pandemic phase" of COVID-19. According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the reduced hospitalizations and deaths indicate that the country is out of "crisis mode" for the time being. . According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the reduced hospitalizations and deaths indicate that the country is out of "crisis mode" for the time being. . We are certainly — right now in this country — out of the pandemic phase. , Dr. Anthony Faucci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, via Business Insider. Business Insider reports that Fauci stressed that, "if you look at the global situation, there's no doubt this pandemic is still ongoing.". Business Insider reports that Fauci stressed that, "if you look at the global situation, there's no doubt this pandemic is still ongoing.". However, in the U.S., , "we don't have 900,000 new infections a day, and tens and tens and tens of thousands of hospitalizations and thousands of deaths.". However, in the U.S., , "we don't have 900,000 new infections a day, and tens and tens and tens of thousands of hospitalizations and thousands of deaths.". On April 27, the European Commission released a similar statement claiming the EU is, "transitioning out of the acute COVID-19 phase.". According to CDC data, COVID-19 cases in the U.S. are up more than 22% from last week. . However, Fauci stated that "we're not going to eradicate this virus" and recommended that people will have to keep up with routine vaccinations. . However, Fauci stated that "we're not going to eradicate this virus" and recommended that people will have to keep up with routine vaccinations. . I don't know how often that would have to be. That might be every year, that might be longer, in order to keep that level low, Dr. Anthony Faucci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, via Business Insider

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For World Health Day, Thank Nurses and Midwives [Video]

For World Health Day, Thank Nurses and Midwives

For World Health Day, Thank Nurses and Midwives. Today is World Health Day. . The World Health Organization (WHO) has asked that in light of the self-sacrificing work performed by those on the front lines of this global pandemic. we all use this day to recognize the nurses who put themselves at risk to assist those struggling with COVID-19. In addition to nurses, midwives who facilitate home births have become more vital, as women around the world choose to avoid hospitals due to the threat of COVID-19. Nurses and other health workers are at the forefront of COVID-19 response -- , WHO, via ABC News. ... providing high quality, respectful treatment and care, leading community dialogue to address fears and questions and, in some instances, collecting data for clinical studies, WHO, via ABC News. Quite simply, without nurses, there would be no response, WHO, via ABC News. Not only are [they] giving life-saving treatment to people, but every single day, [they're] putting themselves at risk for themselves and their family, Dr. Anthony Fauci, via ABC News. I just think that the American public owes a phenomenal debt of gratitude for these people, and they should just salute them in every way you can, Dr. Anthony Fauci, via ABC News. When you see health care workers, just applaud them, Dr. Anthony Fauci, via ABC News

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BA.2 Omicron Subvariant Is Now the Dominant COVID Strain in the US [Video]

BA.2 Omicron Subvariant Is Now the Dominant COVID Strain in the US

BA.2 Omicron Subvariant , Is Now the Dominant COVID Strain, in the US. NBC News reports that the BA.2 subvariant of Omicron is now estimated to account for 54.9% of the coronavirus variants circulating in the United States. . Despite a resurgence of COVID-19 cases in Asia and Europe, health experts in the U.S. believe that a rise in infections appears unlikely as overall numbers continue to decline. NBC News reports that top U.S. infectious disease official Dr. Anthony Fauci said the increasing dominance of the BA.2 subvariant may lead to a rise in cases but will likely fall short of a major surge. . As of March 26, the seven-day moving average of U.S. COVID-19 cases is up about 4% from a week earlier, rising to 27,895. However, the number of overall infections is still declining from record highs in January. . According to a CDC guideline introduced last month, most people in the U.S. are now considered to be in low COVID transmission. The guidelines reportedly emphasized hospital capacity over total case counts. . According to a CDC model that estimates proportions of circulating variants, BA.2 made up 39% of strains in the U.S. for the week ending March 19. NBC points out that in the past, the CDC has revised its estimates as more data is made available. NBC points out that in the past, the CDC has revised its estimates as more data is made available

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Social Security Recipients Could See Biggest Cost-of-Living Increase Since 1981 [Video]

Social Security Recipients Could See Biggest Cost-of-Living Increase Since 1981

Social Security Recipients Could See , Biggest Cost-of-Living Increase Since 1981. On May 11, taking April inflation data into account, . the Senior Citizens League estimated that social security recipients could receive a cost-of-living increase of up to 8.6% in 2023. Each year, the Social Security change is based on the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earner and Clerical Workers (CPI-W). Fox News reports that over the past year, the CPI-W rose 9.4%. If Social Security checks do see an 8.6% increase in 2023, it would be the largest annual adjustment in 40 years. The final adjustment percentage will be announced by the Social Security Administration in October. It may still be subject to change depending on inflation. According to the Senior Citizens League, Social Security benefits have risen 64% since 2000 because of the cost of living. but standard senior expenses have grown by 130% through March 2022. Fox News reports that monthly benefits would need to be increased by $539.80 to have the same purchasing power as 22 years ago

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House Votes To Allow Congressional Staffers To Unionize [Video]

House Votes To Allow Congressional Staffers To Unionize

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Jon Stewart Awarded Mark Twain Prize for American Humor [Video]

Jon Stewart Awarded Mark Twain Prize for American Humor

Jon Stewart Awarded , Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Stewart became the 23rd recipient of the prestigious comedy award on April 24. Due to the pandemic, the former 'Daily Show' host is the first person to receive the Mark Twain Prize since Dave Chappelle was honored in 2019. Due to the pandemic, the former 'Daily Show' host is the first person to receive the Mark Twain Prize since Dave Chappelle was honored in 2019. Many of Stewart's peers and fellow comedians praised his work over the years. . Before Jon, we had no idea you could make a TV show where you play clips of another TV show and then said, ‘Boy, that other TV show sucks.' , Jimmy Kimmel, via 'The New York Times'. He took on Fox News every night and he exposed their hypocrisy, their cynicism and lies — and thanks to his heroic work, they were never heard from again, Jimmy Kimmel, via 'The New York Times'. He inspired a generation of imitators, Samantha Bee, via 'The New York Times'. Stewart was also praised for advocating for emergency workers and veterans. Stewart was also praised for advocating for emergency workers and veterans. He was presented the Mark Twain award by John Feal, an advocate for 9/11 survivors, and Sgt. Israel Del Toro, an Air Force veteran. Stewart also said that the "fragility of leaders" was the true threat to comedy. Comedy doesn’t change the world, but it’s a bellwether. We’re the banana peel in the coal mine, Jon Stewart, via 'The New York Times'

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