'Flip-Flop' Fauci and the Wuhan laboratory
Say it ain't so Joe?
No, wait, it's Anthony.
Say it ain't so, Anthony, (as in Anthony "Flip-Flop" Fauci). Fauci recently remarked in an interview that evidence suggests in preliminary exploratory findings of COVID-19 origins that the virus which has killed approximately half a million Americans and one million plus worldwide, could possibly have been leaked from the Wuhan Laboratory of Virology, based on reports that the wife of one of the workers died from the disease back in December 2019.
Wait, just one cotton-picking minute folks.
If I remember correctly, President Trump said that and was quickly accused of being a conspiracy theorist and roundly criticized by the same media that has embraced the Fauci flip-flop theory. As the President Trump hatred spiral continued to devolve into stupidity, and as his critics surmised that he somehow purposely or incompetently allowed the virus to infect everyone, the Chinese government propaganda was that the virus leapt to humans from Pangolin Meat and Bats from a Wuhan meat market. Anti-Trumpers sang simultaneously that it was his fault and gave China a pass.
President Trump was correct in his assessment of Flip-Flop Fauci, who needs to just go away quietly.
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