Menu Close

Fauci Debunks Woodward Hit on Trump

Lexington, VA — Here we go again. Another tell-all book trashing President Trump. What else is new?

The newest snooze-rag comes from longtime lefty WAPO-Bezos lackey Bob Woodward, of Watergate deep-throat fame. In what the mainstream legacy fake news media gushed over, Woodward says the President characterized the coronavirus as “deadly” and “dangerous” — while telling Americans it was nothing to be concerned about. Woodward writes that President Trump told him the Covid-19 virus was “more deadly than even your strenuous flus,” and that he repeatedly played it down publicly.

“This is deadly stuff,” Trump told Woodward on February 7 according to his book, “Rage.”

Naturally, the Biden-Woke-Marxist-Mobs coalition seized on this nugget and immediately rolled out the tired old “Orange-Man Bad” mantra.

Let’s start with CCP apologist Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif), who accused Trump of “reckless homicide.”

Of course, Lieu conveniently declined to mention that his Party’s presidential nominee, Joe Biden, harshly criticized the President’s decision to suspend U.S. flights from China in February, calling it “Xenophobic.”

How many more deaths would Biden have caused if those China flights continued to roll in?  A few hundred thousand, or a million? Will the fake news ask that question?

Next up: Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn) whose father died of the novel coronavirus. Taking a quick break from blasting Israel with her brand of anti-Semitic dribble, Omar said Trump, “went out of his way not to” save lives.

Naturally, the Biden-Woke-Marxist-Mobs coalition spent the day with their hair ablaze, going on cable television and telling us how Trump lied to the American people.

All was going well until…Dr. Anthony Fauci got on Fox News and debunked the whole thing.

FAUCI- Sorry Fake Newsers

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert defended the president after Woodward’s recordings alleged that Trump wanted to downplay the severity of the pandemic.

Appearing on Fox News’ John Roberts, Fauci denied that he ever heard the president “distort” the threat of the coronavirus and reiterated that Trump’s conversations with the public were totally consistent and in alignment with discussions he’d had with medical experts and his WH advisory team.

When asked point-blank by Roberts if he ever felt Trump was downplaying the potential lethal aspects of the coronavirus, Fauci said: “no.”

“I didn’t get any sense that he was distorting anything,” Fauci said. “In my discussions with him, they were always straightforward about the concerns that we had. We related that to him. When he would go out, I’d hear him discussing the same sort of things.”

How does this play with Democrat operatives who wear masks that say, “Trust Fauci?”

Fauci went on to tell Fox News: “I didn’t see any discrepancies with what he told us and what we told him and what he came out publicly and said.”

Dr. Fauci added that the quotes in the Woodward book attributed to him “are false.”

How does this play with Democrat operatives who wear masks that say, “Trust Fauci?”


Now let’s get to reality.

President Trump has always taken a calm, measured approach to inform the public about the threat of the coronavirus.

Unlike Joe Biden, Trump’s actions prove that he has been taking this threat seriously since day one.

  • While Democrats and the media were wasting taxpayer money on their impeachment hoax, President Trump took early and decisive actions:
    • On January 31, President Trump declared the coronavirus a public health emergency and suspended entry into the U.S. to help stop the spread.
    • President Trump, the CDC, and the White House Coronavirus Task Force, headed by Vice President Pence, released guidelines for all Americans to follow.
    • On March 13, President Trump declared a national emergency that granted access to $42 billion to fight the coronavirus.
    • For the first time, President Trump declared that a major disaster existed within all 50 states at once.
  • Biden and his advisors have misled the public on the coronavirus:
    • January 27 – Biden’s handlers published an op-ed from Biden in USA Today. According to The Washington Post Fact Checker, the op-ed “did not say… that it was a pandemic, only that it was a possibility.” Additionally, “The article itself was more of an attack on President Trump … then a detailed plan for action against a possible pandemic.”
    • January 30 – Biden Public Health Advisory Committee member Dr. Zeke Emanuel says, “Everyone in America should take a very big breath, slow down, and stop panicking and being hysterical. We are having a little too much histrionics on this… And people should remember not to panic… And the best thing we have is the seasonality. It’s going to go down as spring comes up.”
Don’t worry, the fake news bunch will have another false outrage again tomorrow – and twice on Sunday.

1 Comment

Leave a Reply