Fauci Says Mask-Wearing May Become ‘Seasonal’

Dr. Anthony Fauci returned to his regular Sunday schedule yesterday, appearing on all the major networks to tell Americans if and when they can live their lives. A week after declaring that the war against COVID had entered the "bottom of the 6th," Fauci previewed on Meet the Press what extra innings will look like.

Fauci told Chuck Todd to mark down his prediction that, moving forward, Americans will voluntarily choose to wear masks seasonally.

"It is conceivable that as we go on, a year or two or more from now, that during certain seasonal periods when you have respiratory-borne viruses like the flu, people might actually elect to wear masks to diminish the likelihood that you’ll spread these respiratory-borne diseases,” Fauci said Sunday.


Why must this guy appear on TV six days a week? He hasn't offered anything useful in months. He's out of anything interesting or smart to say, so he's lowered himself to inaccurate baseball analogies and random predictions.

In three years, when Fauci finally declares the country as safe and allows us to live, I expect some spineless TV exec to offer him a job. Not sure if it will be NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, or ABC. He may even have offers from all six.

Nevertheless, Americans -- most Americans -- will not wear masks seasonally for the hell of it.


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