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One of my sisters is seeing a drastic slowdown in medical laboratory employment in Washington state. This is a predictable side effect of Dr. Fauci’s “public health” fraud, in which he has consistently misrepresented his unconstrained opinion from a mere slice of the whole field of public health as a fully informed recommendation.* This was simply not the case from Day One, with real public health including suicide prevention, substance abuse treatment and prevention, domestic abuse of every flavor, and prevention and early treatment of lethal diseases, including cancer, diabetes, heart diseases, and stroke. All of these are being predictably aggravated as known side effects of Fauci’s flawed prescription for treatment of the Chinese coronavirus.
We will, indeed, face a public health crisis as the country re-opens, as the healthcare system gets slammed by patients with delayed, worsened conditions at the same that everything from the local lab to the largest hospital scrambles to get staff back to work. Hear it from two ER doctors from California [hat tip to John Hinderaker at Power Line]:
President Trump did not hold a press briefing on Saturday or Sunday. I very much hope he was sent these very popular videos as a needed counterpoint to the “public health” bubble in which Dr. Fauci has wrapped him and the nation. President Trump has been the only one in the White House briefings actually acknowledging real public health includes suicides and substance abuse deaths. He needs credentialed experts to stand up to Fauci, forcing the good doctor to acknowledge that which every medical professional already knows on some level.
* I will back up this very provocative claim in a further post, and will refer to it in the comments here.Published in