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(Mediaite)   Dr. Fauci is back in the horse race   (mediaite.com) divider line
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2964 clicks; posted to Politics » on 22 May 2020 at 4:46 PM (2 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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3 days ago  
I thought he self quarantined after Trump's staff got infected?

/ewwwww
 
2 days ago  
Oh shiat. Now he really IS going to get fired.

Trump would feed Donnie Junior into a rusty tree chipper dong-first to have someone as famous as Julia Roberts willingly talk to him. Once Trump finds out Fauci did this he'll be out the door and replaced by Scott Baio in a lab coat stolen from the Doogie Howser set. Not that he was on the show, he just stole it from a thrift shop.
 
2 days ago  
I misread misread 'horse race' at first, and saw the photo and thought, "Is that Sarah Jessica Parker?"
 
2 days ago  
dog FOOD i'll show him dog food
Youtube LvHk4wLtQnE
 
2 days ago  
Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.
 
2 days ago  
Something keeps escaping from Putin's zoo and bouncing into threads to crap.
 
2 days ago  

Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.


DYRTFA? Or are you trolling?
 
2 days ago  
Well, at least he's speaking with an attorney.
 
2 days ago  

Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.


I must have watched a different YouTube video than you.
 
2 days ago  

The Reverend Sam Hill: Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.

DYRTFA? Or are you trolling?


I'll give you two guesses.
 
2 days ago  

Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.


Donnie's Mother was a mudder, his Father was a mudder.
 
2 days ago  
With states reopening, and more testing down, there are more positive cases. Wisconsin is pretty almost completely open, and there is a constant rise of cases, and that was before the reopening. Sadly, people don't care about how many cases or coming in, or how many deaths are coming. Until more people know someone that is healthy that has died from it, then they might start caring. No matter how much Fauci tells people, they will not listen. We don't deserve him.
 
2 days ago  

Sin'sHero: Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.

Donnie's Mother was a mudder, his Father was a mudder.


His mother was a mudder?
 
2 days ago  
I've always found the phrase 'tempting fate' kind of odd. If it's truly fate does it matter whether you tempted it or not?
/reckless self-endangerment yo
 
2 days ago  

Mrtraveler01: Sin'sHero: Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.

Donnie's Mother was a mudder, his Father was a mudder.

His mother was a mudder?


That's what I just said.
 
2 days ago  

The Reverend Sam Hill: Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.

DYRTFA? Or are you trolling?


Sorry! I had a different link opened: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/​22/dr-ant​hony-fauci-says-staying-closed-for-too​-long-could-cause-irreparable-damage.h​tml?__source=twitter%7Cmain
 
2 days ago  

Mrtraveler01: Sin'sHero: Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.

Donnie's Mother was a mudder, his Father was a mudder.

His mother was a mudder?


Well, if his father spent more time "playing in the mud" we all would've been saved some major grief.
 
2 days ago  
Whatever, instead of attending the last week of President briefings he seems to be zooming with celebrities.
 
2 days ago  

OmnomnomCookies: I misread misread 'horse race' at first, and saw the photo and thought, "Is that Sarah Jessica Parker?


Julia Roberts' DNA is 18% derived from an extinct bird from the megafauna era
 
2 days ago  

Kangaroo_Ralph: The Reverend Sam Hill: Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.

DYRTFA? Or are you trolling?

Sorry! I had a different link opened: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/2​2/dr-anthony-fauci-says-staying-closed​-for-too-long-could-cause-irreparable-​damage.html?__source=twitter%7Cmain


Missed this important part.

However, Fauci also cautioned states against reducing social distancing measures too quickly, adding they must take "very significant precautions."
"In general, I think most of the country is doing it in a prudent way," he said. "There are obviously some situations where people might be jumping over that. I just say please proceed with caution if you're going to do that."


If you read that to mean "we must reopen everything right away", then reading comprehension might not be your strong suit.

Which explains why you would support someone like Trump.
 
2 days ago  

Mrtraveler01: Kangaroo_Ralph: The Reverend Sam Hill: Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.

DYRTFA? Or are you trolling?

Sorry! I had a different link opened: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/2​2/dr-anthony-fauci-says-staying-closed​-for-too-long-could-cause-irreparable-​damage.html?__source=twitter%7Cmain

Missed this important part.

However, Fauci also cautioned states against reducing social distancing measures too quickly, adding they must take "very significant precautions."
"In general, I think most of the country is doing it in a prudent way," he said. "There are obviously some situations where people might be jumping over that. I just say please proceed with caution if you're going to do that."

If you read that to mean "we must reopen everything right away", then reading comprehension might not be your strong suit.

Which explains why you would support someone like Trump.


No, I think big cities where it's impossible for people to stay 6ft apart should stay closed. Everyone else can manage to support the economy in the meantime.
 
2 days ago  

Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.


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2 days ago  
It's sad that a story about the nation's top public health person is in the Politics tab. I mean, it belongs there these days and that is the sad part.
 
2 days ago  

Kangaroo_Ralph: Mrtraveler01: Kangaroo_Ralph: The Reverend Sam Hill: Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.

DYRTFA? Or are you trolling?

Sorry! I had a different link opened: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/2​2/dr-anthony-fauci-says-staying-closed​-for-too-long-could-cause-irreparable-​damage.html?__source=twitter%7Cmain

Missed this important part.

However, Fauci also cautioned states against reducing social distancing measures too quickly, adding they must take "very significant precautions."
"In general, I think most of the country is doing it in a prudent way," he said. "There are obviously some situations where people might be jumping over that. I just say please proceed with caution if you're going to do that."

If you read that to mean "we must reopen everything right away", then reading comprehension might not be your strong suit.

Which explains why you would support someone like Trump.

No, I think big cities where it's impossible for people to stay 6ft apart should stay closed. Everyone else can manage to support the economy in the meantime.


Not much of an economy to support without cities.

Not to mention that the rural areas still have to abide by the same social distancing guidelines. They're not immune to this virus as we've seen.
 
2 days ago  

Mrtraveler01: Kangaroo_Ralph: Mrtraveler01: Kangaroo_Ralph: The Reverend Sam Hill: Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.

DYRTFA? Or are you trolling?

Sorry! I had a different link opened: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/2​2/dr-anthony-fauci-says-staying-closed​-for-too-long-could-cause-irreparable-​damage.html?__source=twitter%7Cmain

Missed this important part.

However, Fauci also cautioned states against reducing social distancing measures too quickly, adding they must take "very significant precautions."
"In general, I think most of the country is doing it in a prudent way," he said. "There are obviously some situations where people might be jumping over that. I just say please proceed with caution if you're going to do that."

If you read that to mean "we must reopen everything right away", then reading comprehension might not be your strong suit.

Which explains why you would support someone like Trump.

No, I think big cities where it's impossible for people to stay 6ft apart should stay closed. Everyone else can manage to support the economy in the meantime.

Not much of an economy to support without cities.

Not to mention that the rural areas still have to abide by the same social distancing guidelines. They're not immune to this virus as we've seen.


BUT NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA AND FURTHER MORE AOC SOCIALISM
 
2 days ago  
Dr. Fauci could bang Julia Roberts if he wanted to.
 
2 days ago  

Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.


Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2 days ago  

Mrtraveler01: Kangaroo_Ralph: Mrtraveler01: Kangaroo_Ralph: The Reverend Sam Hill: Kangaroo_Ralph: Right out of the gate saying we need to open this country for business or suffer the consequences.

DYRTFA? Or are you trolling?

Sorry! I had a different link opened: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/2​2/dr-anthony-fauci-says-staying-closed​-for-too-long-could-cause-irreparable-​damage.html?__source=twitter%7Cmain

Missed this important part.

However, Fauci also cautioned states against reducing social distancing measures too quickly, adding they must take "very significant precautions."
"In general, I think most of the country is doing it in a prudent way," he said. "There are obviously some situations where people might be jumping over that. I just say please proceed with caution if you're going to do that."

If you read that to mean "we must reopen everything right away", then reading comprehension might not be your strong suit.

Which explains why you would support someone like Trump.

No, I think big cities where it's impossible for people to stay 6ft apart should stay closed. Everyone else can manage to support the economy in the meantime.

Not much of an economy to support without cities.

Not to mention that the rural areas still have to abide by the same social distancing guidelines. They're not immune to this virus as we've seen.


Don't bother. That one thinks the DOW and the economy are synonymous.
 
2 days ago  

demaL-demaL-yeH: Something keeps escaping from Putin's zoo and bouncing into threads to crap.


We call them "my mom's lovers".

/Russian trolls inflate thread counts because people respond to them
//higher the post count, higher the likelihood someone will click the thread
///more people in the thread=more ad revenue
////apparently ad revenue is worth it to sell out your country
//5 slashies, might be my record
 
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