35 Burst results for "Dr Fauci"

Dr. Marc Siegel Responds to Dr. Fauci's 'I Am Science' Comments

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:59 min | 1 d ago

Dr. Marc Siegel Responds to Dr. Fauci's 'I Am Science' Comments

"We have doctor Anthony Fauci in his position for 37 years, takes her home $438,000 of taxpayer money, who at the weekend said attacks on him are attacks on science because I am science. He actually said that. Isn't that dangerous when any one individual believes they are science, doctor Siegel? Well, sure, especially because that is dangerous because people are wrong. And he's been wrong. He's a very bright guy. He's got a tremendous history of HIV forward, but no, he's not science. And one of the ways that science comes about and this is really important is that things that seem to be experimental. And we like to say science is throwing things at the wall. It's not about dogma. It's about it's about learning and experimenting. That's one of the word experiment comes from. Everyone would agree that the word experiment fits with science will experiment means you didn't know and then you'll learn. That's humble. Science is

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Did Dr. Fauci Say There Was a 'Reason' Other Than Racism for President Trump's Travel Ban?

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 6 d ago

Did Dr. Fauci Say There Was a 'Reason' Other Than Racism for President Trump's Travel Ban?

"Go ahead Build time When you diminish your stop or block travel from a particular country there's a reason for that Really Now there's a reason for it when Trump did it with racism A ladies and gentlemen would we not be so far better off in every respect in this country If Trump were in the Oval Office and Biden were still in his basement Tell me the truth Tell me the truth I mean I understand Bill cristal has a head injury these days I think he does And I understand the guys who resign from Fox right before they got kicked in the ass out the door I'm told I understand that their profoundly More righteous than Than anybody else But nonetheless is there any question when it comes to China or Russia When it comes to Iran or the Middle East when it comes to energy independence and the economy securing the border support for the police support for the is there any question whatsoever Trump wasn't sabotaging the country He loves the country Loves it Let's go back go ahead Time to do things So don't let this rambling on about your buffoon What are you rambling on about Hey does he sound like a scientist to you Yeah mad

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The Worst Thing Republicans Could Do When They Take Back the House

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | Last month

The Worst Thing Republicans Could Do When They Take Back the House

"When Republicans take back the House of Representatives, which they will were on pace to, despite the best efforts of the propagandists in the media and the tech companies and the oligarchs, when the Republicans take back the House of Representatives, the worst thing that they could actually do, the worst thing that Republicans could do is act as if and tell their voters like, oh yeah, don't worry. We're gonna be able to do get all of these massive legislative golds done. That's not true. You will be able to get answers, though. And the House of Representatives needs to turn itself into a true investigative and check and balance body of the crimes that have been done against humanity. The biggest of which is the Chinese coronavirus, and has changed our life permanently. From the education of our children, to the way we do elections, to how our economy is structured, the global supply chains to the deterioration of our currency, not to mention the 700,000 people that have died from it, we deserve answers of where this virus came from. And Republicans need to be running them. Instead I get these leaflets in these fly like fires of people that reach out to me. Well, Charlie, I'm running for office that we can go fight in D.C.. What does that look like? What do you mean by that? You mean you're gonna go kind of go vote no on every major bill that is put in front of you, which is fine. That's okay. No, instead, you have to be very clear with your voters. You are going to get information. That's a

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Fauci Under Fire for Sick and Twisted Beagle Puppy Experiments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | Last month

Fauci Under Fire for Sick and Twisted Beagle Puppy Experiments

"According to documents obtained by a freedom of information request, white coat waste project and subsequent media coverage, from October 2018 to February 2019, NIA spent $1.86 million of taxpayer funds on drug tests involving 48 beagle puppies. The dogs were all between 6th and 8 months old the commission test involved injecting and force feeding the puppies and experimental drug for several weeks before killing them and dissecting them. Fauci funding experiment again in Tunisia, as we mentioned where they had to have starved, sandflies, beast on them alive. The invoice to the naid for the actual work was four or dect. Known as devocalization involves slitting a dog's vocal cords in order to prevent them from barking, howling or crying. Approximately 30% of all the promising medication have failed in human clinical trials because they are found to be toxic, despite promising preclinical preclinical trials and animal models. But 60% of the candidate drug fails due to lack of efficacy. The people who fund the torture of dogs should not be able to make medical decisions about your children. The people that have time and time again said that we want beagles heads to be eaten alive by sandflies in Tunisia, which again is something out of some sort of James Bond movie. What does that say for the type of leader that we actually have in the federal health bureaucracy? What does that say actually for Fauci and for Francis Collins themselves and now Fauci comes out and he says that he wants to have vaccines available for children than the first week or two in November. Some people are gonna say these two things are unrelated. I won't. Anyone who tortures beagles, I'm gonna stop listening to you about anything. Like you're a sick person. You need

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"dr fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

"dr fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Breaking of the weekend was a series of documents that were obtained through a freedom of information request. It was obtained through an effort to try and get to the bottom of the medical experiments or the medical experiments that Fauci has been conducting over the last couple of years. These documents came out and we learned that Fauci, personally directed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a division of the National Institute of health to repeatedly fund research where he placed sedated beagles heads while they were still alive in mesh cages and allowed starved sandflies to feast on them and eat them alive. Beagles they then repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages in the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights. In an area of Tunisia where sand flies were abundant. Now before we go any further, this is something like a James Bond villain would do. This is something that in a halfway through the movie of goldfinger where they kind of come in and they zoom in kind of panoramic. All of a sudden the Bond villain is like torturing beagles in Tunisia. Like that's not that's not normal, okay? For the public health official. The guy that's supposed to be in charge of epidemiological spread, like, okay, we're gonna go torture dogs and Tunisia. They repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages. In the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights the experiment was just one of countless tests. Done on animals with your taxpayer dollars, but when you go to work and you work hard and you go write that check to the Internal Revenue Service, you are funding dog torture.

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How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

"Breaking of the weekend was a series of documents that were obtained through a freedom of information request. It was obtained through an effort to try and get to the bottom of the medical experiments or the medical experiments that Fauci has been conducting over the last couple of years. These documents came out and we learned that Fauci, personally directed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a division of the National Institute of health to repeatedly fund research where he placed sedated beagles heads while they were still alive in mesh cages and allowed starved sandflies to feast on them and eat them alive. Beagles they then repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages in the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights. In an area of Tunisia where sand flies were abundant. Now before we go any further, this is something like a James Bond villain would do. This is something that in a halfway through the movie of goldfinger where they kind of come in and they zoom in kind of panoramic. All of a sudden the Bond villain is like torturing beagles in Tunisia. Like that's not that's not normal, okay? For the public health official. The guy that's supposed to be in charge of epidemiological spread, like, okay, we're gonna go torture dogs and Tunisia. They repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages. In the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights the experiment was just one of countless tests. Done on animals with your taxpayer dollars, but when you go to work and you work hard and you go write that check to the Internal Revenue Service, you are funding dog torture.

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Will Dr. Fauci Try to Cancel Christmas This Year?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Will Dr. Fauci Try to Cancel Christmas This Year?

"My fear is if numbers don't get lowered sufficiently for dr fao cheese liking. We're going to be back to being told to avoid one another over the holidays again. Although it doesn't. I don't know it feels like something is different this year. Look at new york city. The macy's thanksgiving day parade. It's back full bore no limitations on crowds at all. They didn't even allow. There wasn't a parade last year radio city. Musical christmas spectacular. A big tradition in our family for many many years. No show last year old older back this year. I wonder if they have a masked mandate at radio city. I think they do. But i don't. I'm not sure how to look into that derek. Saving and look out into radio city and see if they have because that place is huge radio city music hall thousands and thousands of seats. I mean broadway's back. They're trying if it feels like the country is shaking it off. Do you think fao. G has any credibility left

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Hugh Hewitt Calls Out Dr. Fauci Over COVID Guidance

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Hugh Hewitt Calls Out Dr. Fauci Over COVID Guidance

"I gotta give my colleague. Hugh hewitt credit really grew grilling anthony. Xiaojie on his radio. Show this week. Here is hugh. Dr fao cheesy on the hugh hewitt radio show here on. The salem radio network really tried to hold dr fao. Choose feet to the fire. Have confidence in the cdc and the fda. And i actually believe a lot of americans a significant part of the america. Dalit lost confidence in you. Dr fat she. Is there a point where you will say. I do more harm than good because people don't listen to me anymore and step aside. No absolutely unequivocally no you sorry i mean. I agree with a lot of the things that you've been saying. You come from a different perspective than i do. But i think the thing that gets lost in the discussion and that people need to understand and i do know that some people don't understand and don't accept it even if they smart people who evaluated in their own context is that we have been dealing with an evolving situation. And i just get back to what i said before. And i totally understand and respect your differences you that when you have an evolving situation and data are rapidly evolving something. That's unprecedented and unknown. You have to evolve with it and look at the data as it exists now and make to the best of your ability of decision a recommendation all the kinds of things that go into the evolution and things have changed. We didn't know things early on. I always get asked the question. It's a very common question. What would you have done back then if you knew what you know now. The question answers itself. If i knew. Then what i know now. The circumstances would have been different. Now you may accept that answer you may reject it. It's up to you. This is america. You get to have your own opinion. But i appreciate hugh pushing him i appreciate fallacy. Essentially admitting they were making it up all along

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How Are We to Trust Dr. Fauci, Who Has Lied to Congress?

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 3 months ago

How Are We to Trust Dr. Fauci, Who Has Lied to Congress?

"If you knew an individual From whom you seek advice. Who's been in the federal government for decades. Just like you, Biden. That he runs and agency That provided funding That provided funding for gain of function research that is Taking a virus and making it even a bigger killer virus. How is it that that individual isn't fired? How is it that that individual continues to be a top adviser? How is it that an individual continues to be a a major draw claimed to have authority on CNN and MSNBC with The New York Times with the Washington Post? These bombs shall documents that were released. By the intercept, which is a left wing site. We talked about this. Joseph Wolfson at Fox pointed out allegations are fueling that Dr Fauci lied to Congress over whether or not the U. S government funded Gate of function Research. How can Roger Stone was trashed? And others are trash being accused of lying to Congress.

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Professor Ebright: Wuhan Lab Documents Show Dr. Fauci Lied About Gain-of-Function Research

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Professor Ebright: Wuhan Lab Documents Show Dr. Fauci Lied About Gain-of-Function Research

"Now they keep promoting Fauci all over the corrupt media. And they keep using Fauci to attack regular American citizens. No, They know how often Fauci has been. Sort of the real life Professor Irwin Corey. They know how he's often contradicted himself. How is often politicized. Science doesn't mean he has have been right now and then, But that's not the point. You need to be right all the time. Particularly you're going to make definitive statements like foul she does. If you're going to play ruler of the world, whether it's the economy, whether it is lifestyle or whatever else it is. Richard Ebright is a molecular biologist at Rutgers University. And these newly found documents, he said. Obtained the Freedom Information Act request made it clear that Fauci has been quote unquote untruthful about gain of function research. The documents make it clear that assertions by the NIH director Francis Collins. The N A. I D Director Anthony Fauci. At the NIH did not support gain of function, research or potential pandemic pathogen enhancement. At this Wuhan virus lab are untruthful. He tweeted. Isn't that worth a congressional hearing by the Democrats? Isn't that worth the media really being skeptical?

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What Is Dr. Fauci and the CDC Doing Now to Stop These COVID Variants?

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 3 months ago

What Is Dr. Fauci and the CDC Doing Now to Stop These COVID Variants?

"Tell me exactly what Science. What researcher you involved and now in your institution? Since you're focused on infectious Jesus. To combat these variants. What exactly are you doing? Because ladies and gentlemen, if they're doing something, if they're doing a lot of something, wouldn't we hear about it By now? When these phony journalists these unicorns, wouldn't they be talking about it By now? We had an operation warp speed. They got US vaccines. Thank goddess vaccines. A president Donald Trump. Who people said I don't trust those vaccines under Donald Trump. Now they say, You've got to take the vaccine. They got it because Joe Biden and by the way, where did I put that? I just went to the CDC site about three hours ago. And I said, What's the death rate right now? Is that a good question, Mr Producer? What happened to the charts on TV? Where are the charts where the grass I'll tell you why there's no graphs, CDC data that I looked up today. The current seven day moving average of new desk 1000 and 47. On July 31. This is their number. 20 21,214. Over 1000 deaths. In the past. Eat a daily. On the average over a period of a week. And in the end of July early August, 1214 Now listen to this. We have three vaccines. Now we have therapeutics. We never had And yet today Today. The average over the last seven days. You have 1000 47 deaths versus 1214 deaths. Now That's the bottom line, not hospitalization. Now, this is the bottom

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Dr. Fauci Explains Who's Eligible for a COVID-19 Booster Shot

America's First News Show

01:10 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Fauci Explains Who's Eligible for a COVID-19 Booster Shot

"Weakened immune systems can get an extra dose of the Pfizer or Moderna Covid 19 vaccines that to better protect them as the Delta variant continues to surge. The late night announcement by the Food and Drug Administration applies to several million Americans who are especially vulnerable because of organ transplant, certain cancers or other disorders Separately U. S. Health officials are continuing to closely monitor if and when average, people's immunity wanes enough to require boosters for everybody, which Dr Anthony Fauci suggests is inevitable. An answer to your question. No vaccine, at least not within this category is going to have an indefinite amount of protection. So an answer to your question. It's right. Inevitably, there will be a time. We'll have to give boost. What we're doing literally on a weekly and monthly basis is following cohorts of patients to determine if when and who should get it. But right now, at this moment, other than the immune compromise, Yeah, we're not going to be giving boosters to people, but we will be following them very carefully. And if they do need it will be ready to give it. Fauci, making those comments to NBC. The booster for immuno

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Dr. Redfield Alludes to Lost Time Researching COVID for Denying Lab Leak

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Redfield Alludes to Lost Time Researching COVID for Denying Lab Leak

"This Wuhan lab leak theory is not just about did this thing leak from a lab or not. It is about a whole lot of other things that are explained by Dr Redfield. In this about 48 2nd clip right here. I want you to listen to this and listen very closely. Check this out. If this was engineered in a lab, What does that tell you about the potential for the variants from an engineered virus once it starts mutating? Yes. I think this is one of the reasons it's not just that it's mutating. This virus is replicating at a high capacity in humans. And as a consequence, the risk for variant evolution is extremely high. You know, we dealt with the UK variant. Everyone thought that was pretty bad. It was twice as infectious, but lo and behold, 34 months later, we have the Delta Variant announced the dominant spirit, the United States, you know, sadly, I'm going to predict that you know within, you know, 234 months we're gonna have another variant and that variance is going to be more infectious than the Delta variant. That's without this evolution is taking place because this virus got a jump start. By being one of the most infectious viruses in humans. Folks. I can't emphasize you enough. How important that appearance is, you don't need to be a virologist epidemiologist, a biochemist to understand how profound what He's what he's saying is. We lost years. If not, you know, months if not years here, focusing on a natural evolution theory of this virus. That would have led to a different pathway for treatments, Therapeutics and options to mitigate this viral disaster. We did that, assuming Dr Fauci and others weren't lying to us when they said there's no evidence. This is a lab leak that this was created in a lab. We now are almost conclusive. Nearly sure that this was in fact, a human engineered virus. Potentially a

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Fauci Hopes Making Young Kids Wear Masks Won't Have 'Lasting Negative Impact'

Orlando's Morning News

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Fauci Hopes Making Young Kids Wear Masks Won't Have 'Lasting Negative Impact'

"As thousands of kids in Central Florida go to school word is that Dr Fauci hopes making young kids wear face masks won't have any lasting negative impacts on them. Fauci pointing out the CDC recommended kids to an up where face mess in all K 12 schools. Regardless of their vaccination status. Due to the rapid spread of the

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The Edvidential Bias Against President Trump During COVID Response

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 4 months ago

The Edvidential Bias Against President Trump During COVID Response

"There's not enough ventilators. The governors are saying There's absolutely no therapeutic. The FDA brought out old tests. I didn't work. And certainly no vaccine. And starting with nothing, nothing whatsoever. Nothing whatsoever. Three or four days after the general election fighter announces it has a vaccine. Few days after that, modern announces it has a vaccine. Several weeks later, maybe a couple months later, Johnson and Johnson announces it has a vaccine. Joe Biden becomes president. On January 20th. Ed noon and in one second Fauci has been there he promotes Fauci. Fauci is the greatest of the greatest. I mean, after all, Biden is known for half a century. They both in Washington half a century. They get rid of all the trump guys who made all this possible. Meanwhile, This Delta India variant virus. Is known. It's highly contagious. It's in India, and it's spreading fast. I'll be the first to ask. Alright, backbenchers get ready. I'll be the first to ask. What exactly did Dr Fauci Dr Collins. What did they The medical and science federal bureaucrats do about it. What do they do? In fact, what are they doing other than telling people to wear a mess? I mean, what is this? Back to square one.

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White Coat Waste Project Exposes Dr. Fauci's Budget Included Harmful Canine Experiments

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 4 months ago

White Coat Waste Project Exposes Dr. Fauci's Budget Included Harmful Canine Experiments

"Anyway. White coat waste. Vice president Justin Goodman told the Daily caller. It's not just Wuhan. Vouches budget has ballooned over $6 billion in taxpayer funding annually. At least half of which is being wasted, more questionable animal experimentation like these deadly and unnecessary beagle tests and other maximum pain experiments. Now, monthly reports. Uncovered. By this white coat Waste project. State of the dogs at the University of Georgia were vocalizing in pain. After being injected with experimental compounds. They were basically torturing beagles. At the University of Georgia. Paid for by your and my tax dollars. Given that the experimental drug and questions something called LF guard has already been extensively tested on other animals. The Daily caller inquired with the N I. A. I D and Dr Andrew Morehead at the University of Georgia about the utility of the experiment, But of course, no answer. Okay. If you're thinking that Anthony Fauci is some kind of sick, demented freak. You're right. Who could torture poor, helpless beagles like that. But

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People Don't Trust Dr. Fauci Because He Flip-Flops All the Time

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 4 months ago

People Don't Trust Dr. Fauci Because He Flip-Flops All the Time

"Uh, walking down the street playing a game, or what have you don't have to wear a mask, The the the pediatric, the Academy of Pediatric Actually make that recommendation that Children should be wearing masks from two years old onward. And you're asking Now, if your child is a member of your household, Can you walk outdoors with your child without a mask? According to that shot, the answer is yes, but the child can't not to beat it. Beat it to death. Yes, has now the CDC says. I mean, I think I've got this right. One mask is better than zero. Masks to masks is better than one mask, but you don't have to have double masks. Is that right? I mean, you know, it became clear that cloth coverings that you didn't have to buy in the store that you can make yourself were adequate and they wanted to fit Bennett. So one of the ways you could do it, if you would like to do is put a cloth mask over which actually Here and here And here, where you could get leakage in is much better. Contains quack quack. How ridiculous is this? Nobody has faith in the sky anymore. Except the American median. The Democrat Party. Great. Let him be there, Doctor. Let him be there, Doctor. The idea that this guy is some kind of an expert. He's not an expert. Is flailing around. And if you don't genuflect every time, he says, where I messed on where I'm asked to wear masks. Inside outside outside inside. Three people are more six FT apart 12 inches apart, and it's this guy. Has done tremendous damage to this country. In my humble opinion.

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Dr. Fauci Melts Down During Questioning by Sen. Rand Paul

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Fauci Melts Down During Questioning by Sen. Rand Paul

"Before the Congress and I do not retract. Statement. This paper that you're referring to was judged by qualified staff up and down the chain as not being gain. Of function. What was let me finish shaking animal virus and you increase his trance ability to humans, right? You're saying that's not gain of function? That is correct. And Senator Paul, You do not know what you are talking about. Quite frankly, and I want to say that officially do not know what you are talking about. Okay, You get one person. It's from the NIH. Can I gain of function? This is your definition that you guys rode. It says that scientific research that increases the Trans milady about transmissibility among animals is gain of function. They took animal viruses that only a current animals and they increase their transmissibility to humans. How you can say that is not gain a funk. It is not. It's a dance and you're dancing around this because you're trying to obscure responsibility for four million people dying around the from a pandemic. Wow. Sure he's not used to that sort of thing. He sank G Do I prefer the green room at CNN to this. They know damn well that you are on the other foot. They've been bringing charges against. Fauci. They refer to the criminal division of the Justice Department and on and on and on, because that's the nature of the force that we oppose. Cut nine go.

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"dr fauci" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:15 min | 5 months ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Here & Now

"Cline drops to forty degrees or so when the surface temperature maybe around seventy you're truly vulnerable. But then you you behold this hulk of a monstrosity depending on on the preservation of the particular ship but in some ways some of them are graveyards they carry and have carried humans on them that perished in in pretty harrowing circumstances. And can you feel the enormity of what happened there. All those years later -absolutely. So some of the vessels they may have pretty rudimentary stories that they were carrying lumber for instance the rouse simmons. The christmas tree ship. She was a well known. Great lakes schooner one of the eldest of her age when she went down. One thousand nine hundred twelve built in eighteen sixty eight. She was on her way to chicago carrying christmas trees. When a terrible storm as they often occur she ended up going down with all live. Sixteen of them. Some of them lumberjacks. That was the christmas in chicago. That christmas trees didn't arrive where it was a tradition to go down to the wharf in and select your tree and so to this day. That vessel still is sitting on the very northern fringe of the new proposed sanctuary and it still has christmas trees in our hold. So not only do they have these. You know truly sad stories. But they provide information for us to then recreate and relive what it was like to be on the nineteenth schooner here in the twenty first century. What is the state of the shipwrecks. How well preserved are they. The preservation really depends on the circumstance in which the ship went down if it was a storm and kind of capsized than it's essentially a shipwreck in a bottle preservation where the masks are still upright. Truly they range from the metal senator if that went down and five hundred feet of water depending on the impact with a four hundred foot long haul it will crumble the metal but for the most part it settles down and it's just like you would find it. You know there has been vessels found in wisconsin over the years that they literally pump them out. I know this happened in the bay of green bay. And they were able to raise it up. They pumped out the water and it sailed away. They were able to float it and it was a wreck from the civil war period so that water is cold right. I mean is that why yes so. Cold freshwater exactly is kind of the pristine environment for especially wood wood preservation. If this was a saltwater the salt actually and the marine worms that are they bore into the the would actually caused the would decay. So you only are left with some of the metal and maybe some of the ballast stone or some of those artifacts. You get the outline of them but here you have the entire vessel in some of these are over two hundred years old now the oldest going back from coming up on two hundred years but is it true that many of the shipwrecks in the sanctuary are still unexplored. No one's ever been down there true. Yes i mean. In fact even last year there was one just discovered using sonar technology. It's over four hundred feet deep. And that's the pure marquette eighteen. That's been on our radar for a while now and a couple of colleagues were successful in doing the The true research of finding you know where the newspaper accounts war and lining up maps and nautical charts and then doing the hard work of of being out there and we call it mowing the lawn using sonar and boat patterns and you basically go back and forth Until target is is reached in order to confirm that though you they were able to do and to drop a drop camera or an arrow via remotely operated vehicle down the because it's so deep it's really outside of the range of of even technical divers. This is the other really accident. Exciting thing noah will be able to bring in new technologies that can access these wrecks in in much more efficient ways. And maybe subs in the future bringing humans down to these depths that we can actually access with regular scuba gear. Kevin cullen president of the wisconsin underwater archaeological association. Thanks for taking us on this. Little journey.

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US-Authorised Vaccines Protect Against Delta Variant, Says Dr Fauci

AP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

US-Authorised Vaccines Protect Against Delta Variant, Says Dr Fauci

"dr fauci" Discussed on Sway

Sway

08:03 min | 6 months ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Sway

"I'm jane costa host the argument a podcast york times opinion. I've spent years as a reporter talking to people from across the political spectrum. I've heard a lot of arguments to in person and online some are faceless and mean but clinton made me think different way or helped me understand other people's points of view and that's what the argument is about each week on the show you'll hear people who disagree with each other respectful simple debate that gets behind the big mysteries and beyond party lines like how to reform policing in america whether we should cancel student. Debt raise the minimum wage or. Kill the filibuster. You might not agree with everything you hear. And that's the point. You might even walk away with some new opinions of your own. You can listen to new episodes of the argument every wednesday wherever. You're listening to this podcast when you are out there as a public face of these things in order to explain it. Public too much of a cost for public health officials. Well i know several of my colleagues now reticent to talk out about anything now. This is an organized. I mean. I'm i'm telling you things that people with greater insight than i are convinced of that. This is an organized effort to be able to essentially discredit the truth. The truth has disappeared in. I mean people who think that january sixth was a friendly visit to the gift shop at the capitol. I mean come on. It's complete distortion of reality. So when you're saying it's an organized effort to discredit the truth and especially about you. Do you proof that they're doing that. You just watching it no. I don't have any proof. I know i don't have any time. It just seems to me a really rather strange that everyone says the same talking points you have people who absolutely have no idea of what they're talking about with virology a talking about fearing cleavage sites like who gave you that talking point. Yeah you know come on. I'm old enough to be around for the whole aids crisis and your incredible work related to it. But you vehemently disagreed with the reagan administration during the aids epidemic. And there they were quite slow to move with this more marginalized group of people and then with trump during cova. How do you compare them. Because that was a political time. They're very different. Tell me how it's it's black and white. I mean back at the time during the reagan administration when he did not use the bully pulpit as much as i would have liked him to do to call attention to emerging outbreak and had people around him who clearly were homophobic. It was a tough situation. It was by people who even though i disagreed with what they were doing. They never really would completely violating the tenets of like the organization. They had respect for government. They had respect for the congress that had respect for the judicial branch. I mean it was government working. You could disagree with them. But it wasn't the complete whatever it is. That's going on right now to me. That's scary for democracy quite frankly so in the larger picture throughout the whole pandemic. The political divide is informed. Everything from mask wearing vaccine hesitancy. Do you think this divide is surmountable or have we gone too far. What is your hope. Is it social media. That has to be pulled back. You know. I'm not sure we're going to get out of this situation. I do know that social media can be a way of spreading important positive information but the junk that gets put on that is frightening because it's so distorted that you have people read it and they follow it. I understand people like it. I don't have a twitter account. So i don't know so i you know i don't i mean you're talking to the wrong person. When it comes to social media is a lot about you on it just say you know. Fbi yeah yeah so. I hear sometimes they put it in front of me but now i just don't even wanna look at it anymore so for those of you who think you're affecting me with it. Sorry i'm not looking at it interested in your thoughts on medical disinformation facebook markets. Hell asking you what he can do with this medical disinformation. what should the platforms be doing. You know again care i. I will get criticized if i make recommendations for things outside of my area of expertise. I'll stick to the science of stick to the public health. I don't know how to correct misinformation on social media. I would know how to do that. I think they need to do something more about. It's a very difficult thing has been charged with running all of society. And they're very bad at it. So that's that's the problem we have. Is that the incapable to the task. Facebook in particular I'm not sure what they should do. Labels fines but they do stop people from getting the treatment they need. But when you're talking about what's coming next are you. There's something you're worried about your watching for next. Yeah you know a twenty years ago people would ask me the same question and my if you go back over the records which is easy to do. You would see that. I consistently gave the same answer. And that is the emergence of new virus a respiratory borne virus that would jump species from animal host to a human that would have two characteristics. One it would be highly efficient in transmissibility through the respiratory route and to it would have a very high degree of capability of morbidity and mortality for the human population. And unfortunately we're living through my worst nightmare. I'll do you have a worst nightmare. No no actually right now. What i'm saying to myself is that if this happens now which is that it can happen again and it could even possibly be worse. This is an unusual virus because you know about a third to forty percent of the people. Get no symptoms at all. Yet it's capable of killing six hundred thousand americans. We've never had a situation like that. Where virus that would be benign for almost half the people or forty percent of the people and yet killed so many people so the possibility that can occur in the future that you could get a pandemic that would be essentially more uniform in its deleterious effect. We have two ways of repairing. You've got to prepare at the global level. Have universal standards of communication of surveillance of those kinds of things diagnostic capabilities. And you've got to make an investment in science the investment in science that we have made over decades allowed us to do what some people would have thought was impossible to go from the awareness of a new virus in january to a highly effective vaccine in december. And what about this vaccine technology the use of mri for example. How close we did the same technology for flu or hiv. Vaccines cancer vaccine. Oh absolutely absolutely. I mean one of the positive. You know the silver lining if you wanna call it. That of this is that we have been able to show the extraordinary power of certain values platform technology for sure. It's already being pursued in the realm of hiv in the realm of influenza in the realm of variety of other infectious diseases so the technology that was spectacularly successful with saws covy to is absolutely going to put us.

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"dr fauci" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"Health officials reporters even celebrities There were more than eight hundred pages of emails received by the washington post On monday the emails reveal him sparing over sparring. I'm sorry over. An antiviral drug with ezekiel emanuel former obama administration health advisor and fielding questions about vaccines receiving an update from mark zuckerberg on facebook's plan for corona information hub. Zuck also asked whether the social media company can provide resources to accelerate vaccine. Testing vouch even responded to an offer from actor. Morgan fairchild use twitter account on his behalf. These are these are. We've finally starting to see cancel culture working the right way in this regard because once these emails came out where he was a been shown to be pretty hypocritical and a liar which i've said over and over again biggest. Conmen foisted on americans definitely in recent history. That's for sure that pull his book. You can't preorder book anymore. Yeah good good good because is all lie anyway. And he's could profiteer off of the american people the guy never shut up. He's been on. Tv twenty four hours a day. How do you have time to a book. Of course it's just like andrew cuomo not on them wrote a book and write the check for him. That's exactly right..

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"dr fauci" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

03:49 min | 6 months ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

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"dr fauci" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

04:16 min | 6 months ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"With a baby. So chad robichon of course you have see bantamweight champ. One point in time that dc. It was that you see. I told you what i know. I love i love messing up my acronyms all that stuff like when clint emerson was in here and i was like you no house benway bantamweight champ legacy legacy strikeforce bella tour eighteen eighteen to two and i one time i was number six. We're also at at a good good ranking but yes i would tap out bottomline tap out six years ago. Five years ago i just saw on facebook made a joke was one of my all time. Favorite jokes in a pistol off is probably good. Then it was good. I said karate is japanese for my kid. Can't hit a curveball. Okay and so his right down and i caught a lot of flack for that but it. My facebook notified me today. That was like five years ago today. That did that job. I'd do it all over again just going but let me let me show you guys a clip that this. This is a wrestling match right here. Okay kayla. Would you play clip number three. Please.

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"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:44 min | 6 months ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Where it's been outlawed and where it's been in use and the radically different results does suggest some sort of causal relationship. You know in medicine in the private practice of medicine. There were still a principal liability. If you really mess up or do something if you're neglecting some part of medicine you can get sued and This puts the brakes on on some of the activity there. But if you look did locked down and look at the damage done to a lot of kids Who's liable who should be liable for that That that's that would be a big deal and who who's liable for the people who didn't get a hydroxychloroquine who who's liable for the ones that did not get because there is a delay in in iraq you know but all of a sudden because the government does it they. They get immunity. Well matter of fact Maxine and and you know. And and i know you look at the charts and cdc the people who have reported complication. That list is getting longer. But nobody's liable because the people who happen to be in the drug companies and they're part of their their function of the government You know and therefore you can. You can't sue them so it's It's a mess because there's too much government involvement and I think the marketplace and And and the principle of liabilities and contracts much better way to go with the practice medicine. The real question is where is the justice for those tens or possibly hundreds of thousands of americans who may have survived if they had access to or corcoran. How do they get their justice. They may have survived if you remember. We were told only a few things n. p. i. non pharmaceutical interventions. Those were only things acceptable. I e masks and social distancing do that and staying inside and then if you do get we'll put you on a ventilator that helps a lot blows your lungs up and eventually the vaccine is going to be. So that's all. That was the only items on the menu right nasty vegetables but then a juicy steak called you know other kinds of potential treatments were forbidden so much pay for that. I'm just gonna quit. Dr paul by by also being a little bit. You know. it's nice to get a little bit back to normal. We went to the lone star flight museum out in houston. I don't know if you've ever been there. But it's a nifty little museum. Airplanes very intelligent best of all very few people. They're wearing masks. They weren't required. Hardly anyone was wearing masks. And i can also report it our local. Heb over the weekend stocking up for the memorial day barbecue say eighty five percent of the people are not wearing masks which is the opposite of how it was just a couple of weeks ago so people mind maybe finally starting to come to their senses about things. Now i want to close with bringing up a subject. We have brought up in the past. I think is very important and i think there's some positive things happen here in that is the issue of nutrition because they do know that The elderly that may have some medical problems. They're in a nursing home. Nutrition's is is very bad but I think there's been more emphasis on vitamin d vitamin c. and zinc and all these things and hopefully i'm not slanted by the people that i hang around with because There's a lot of people. I know that i encourage him to do in the us it and once again it's a more natural way of take anything even even the evidence for my old fashion recommendation to all my kids in grandchildren shore. You know it's good for you to get some exercise quit watching. Tv go out there and play you know..

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"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"But we wanna talk our our final topic about something. That is both a good news and bad news story. And it's a good news because of the miraculous of properties. Apparently that this has and this is the use of ivermectin to treat copa. Nineteen gordon that is it. looks to me I lean toward the good news. Part it's a shame that The way we have to come about this because people literally had to defy the government and Address corwin was being used for years and years and years and it was well known and a lot of doctors have had experience with it so as soon as trump says you know it sounds like it might be a pretty good idea using hydroxychloroquine. Yeah that's when it was banned. It's banned it finally decided that was okay. Now i i remember is sort of a late comer on this It is a A drug for the treatment of infestations in hannibal's evidently drug. But that's the way that's the way something or are Discovered and i mentioned to you. I was always fascinated with the story of penicillin. People said Ivermectin the new penicillin because penicillin was generalized and actually can be adjusted by Different doses for different kinds of diseases. And i it was. It was developed torn world war world war two and it was accidentally found when there was some bacteria growing on petri dish to find out different bacteria and what what Antibiotics would work. There was accidental contamination with a fungus. And somebody you know. He made an observation. Didn't even cost the government and if you look at that is back there and there's the bacteria is not growing so that's how they found out that You know origination. On the discovery of penicillin came from the from the fungus but then it became useful and was very important but it still. It still is not going to Be allowed to be used because right now it definitely. is not technically permitted..

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"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"What have you. But i do know just being lehman that look at this. It looks like good news. And it looks like people like thomas massie and rand paul and others. Who said hey. I've had it. i've gotten over. I'm not going to get a job. I'm not going to get shot. i'm already immune. And i'm not gonna pass it on to anyone else. It is good news is given them a fit because it not only is it. Good news that people who've had to have immunity. It's better than the vaccine. They're struggling to say it doesn't count. It doesn't count. We wanna see vaccination and we wanna see your passport before you do anything. If you don't do that you can have. We cannot depend on nature doing this but if you test these people they have better. Immunity lasts longer is more natural is safer and yet The they want to make sure that the people submit submit to it and the idea that people will have to get the vaccination. It looks like it looks like people were quite willing to do it in to me. That is so dangerous not because they re really needed it or they're going to die. From the vaccine. There are complications. But is this idea that people became adapted to it and they're adapted to well. You know a good idea. I mean some pretty good libertarians. Tell me you know if this gets me on the airplane it gets me in that line a little bit faster. You know that this is. This is probably worthwhile. Because it's probably not gonna be be that harmful and medically it'll be less harmful than the Danger of submitting authoritarian government. Because they're going to control where you go you do You know they already have punish people going to churches and closed churches But once once again maybe the court cases will help there in some areas that has helped it's It's something that people people Will you know if they continue to set.

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"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:06 min | 6 months ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Yeah yeah and that's exactly the way the system work. Of course what they did was you. Can you can do that. You'd have a right of free speech and you have the right to buy and sell but if about If you get caught you lose. Your job won't put you in prison. That'd be too much trouble but they They it was always an economic punishment. You lose your. You'll lose your apartment. You lose your food samson one in here and this is this is blackmail and then then again. If it was really a disease that was going to wipe us off the face of the earth it. It didn't turn out that way. You know it turns out some of those figures. Ninety nine percent of the people in some categories. Get better from it and yet. They're still forcing kids in many areas. You know to Suffer the consequences. Maybe lighten up as the year goes on but right now it's been a mess. It has that second clip. This just underscores what we're talking about here. This is a piece in bloomberg about this small group. One hundred and seventy people hundred and seventy some odd people saying. Hey you can't force us to take this treatment for a number of reasons primarily primarily among which and this is. the nuremberg issue is that this is considered experimental. It has not been fully approved. And they don't like that word But it's not a derisive word it's simply it's simply a descriptive term that this has not been fully approved by the us For us it is still in an experimental phase and people say you can't force us to take an experimental medical procedure if we don't want to. I think the good news about this. Dr paul is that as much as as we still don't have so much faith in the courts that is one venue that people are using and will increasingly be using not only in cases like this but also to fight back against lockdowns into get some some legal recourse and to get some justice for the damage done by lockdowns. And you know. I've said it before. I mean an army of pro freedom. Attorneys could should be out there fighting this battle for us. And they're starting to do so. No that's that's the One of the last chances you have changing bad laws and bad policy and that feels quite frequently but when it works very very beneficial older me You know it's You have to take the next step of Of defiance of the law and and take the position that you're going to be a nonviolent you know objector to what's going on but there aren't we've seen some cases where the judges have ruled Favorably at least al geek make the opposition go to work and try to refute them And i think there's I think that's gotten better say.

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"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"I sent out an update to our readers for the ron paul institute of about a week or so ago right. Kind of use. The analogy vicarage flying too close to the sun with his waxwings. Almost seems like this is the case without you. He was riding so high that he thought nobody could touch him. And that's why he brazenly if not lie than certainly distorted the truth To several us. Senators including senator. Paul and others. And i think he came face to face with the reality that you just can't do that but there are other things that he's been doing. That are equally disgusting. And they're getting out and i think it's also serving to tarnish his star one of them Recently reported on fox news that he used with about half a million dollars he funded university of pittsburgh using the scalps of five-month-old aborted babies and grafting them onto the back of mice. To see what would happen. This is stuff out of joseph mangla. You know this kind of gruesome growing scalps on the backs of mine and it's not related to covert. But all of these things were coming together and portraying him not as the saintly god grandfather. Who's you know getting us out of covert very very weird and creepy doctor. Who's doing bad things right. You know That's interesting. I'd like to know what year that was. Because you know. I was at the university of pittsburgh doing. Ob in the sixties and I had some pretty serious conversations with by chief of staff Head of the department over the over the abortion issue because they were doing abortions They were still illegal. That was when i came to the conclusion that law catches up with the people. Do but portions weren't done because it got legalize. It was legalized because the people change their attitude in the sixties and. They wanted to endorse abortion. But that's a little bit off for it. We're talking about. But i wanted to go on about the staff. Yeah hustle staff because This is interesting Texas hospital staff says vaccine mandate breaks the nuremberg code. You say well wonder why. They're getting all uptight about this because almost everybody is a huge hospital organization in almost everybody you know ended up getting ninety. Nine percent of the twenty six thousand employees had their vaccination but then they're still a few People that are concerned about the the dictates. And i think they had quite a bit number one hundred. Seventy six hundred seventeen staffers. They're sitting there firing lawsuit. I think is in montgomery county. Maybe they're better friends there but it is a pretty important issue But you know what what i think about when you hear about this because They say oh no you can refuse. There's nothing wrong with that. You have a right to refused you know but you could still lose your job..

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"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

04:21 min | 6 months ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Potentially making him very very dangerous. And then having somebody do this In a way in secrecy where On this go around in two thousand seventeen It looks like nobody administration was told about it but then once again Who really was running thing at that time. They were still trying to impeach trump. at least we're starting to try to get rid of try to keep them from getting in office and that's what was happening so they weren't having any time to to deal with this but this is This is important for a reason. Of course if it's in the my argument The government and medical care should be separate it. Shouldn't it shouldn't be the same once you get into into it. Who should be surprised that the drug companies will be in in into it too and the drug companies directing investments. And all of a sudden we have more vaccines than ever before and there's somebody making billions and billions of dollars. So it's Is is something that This problem is going to last as long as there's a mixture it's sort of like saying we're going to have a little bit of mixture between church and state but we're not gonna have real authority And of course yes. Guess what happened. During the pandemic they lock people out of their churches. Go so there. There is a march toward regulation and destruction of of you know the culture that we live in. And i think that's part of what we're looking at. The time line is important because in two thousand twelve fouled. She wrote in a paper that yeah there is risk this gain of function researchers very risky. There is a chance that it could escaped but we think that the benefits outweigh the risks is what he said in twelve. Well the obama administration for whom he worked in two thousand fourteen decided otherwise and they put an end to any funding of gain of function research. Done you can't do it in two thousand seventeen as you point out trump. This is in december. So he'd been president for for certainly under a year Quietly this was the nih announced. It was resuming gain of function research on it. Looks like fao chiefs. Were certainly behind the resumption of that..

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"dr fauci" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Dr Fauci impersonation. A huge percentage of the people are wearing masks are testing positive. Why is that happening? Dr. Factory? I don't know. But if we were locked down everything and and this would go away, all you gotta do is lock down. Stop eating, Stop drinking. Don't socialize now Sacks, Test day and a half. We can do this for seven or eight years will be in the clear. This isn't signed. This's quackery quackery live in 326 on talk radio 5 60. Here's a number you're probably not hearing on the mainstream media individuals under 50. They have a 99.98% rate of survival 99.98% survival rate for people under 50. I mean, come on, That is what's happening, right? And we're not educating kids and devastating the economy and all this sort of stuff and 99% of people are gonna be okay and virtually 100% of the Children. The Rials story every morning with Armstrong and getting talk radio 5 60 ksfo. Restaurants are having enough trouble staying afloat with Kobe 19. But Armstrong and yet he say, Imagine how tough it'll be of this nutjob liberal approaches your table. Listen to me. Republicans. Listen, you are the people in history they want about. What about people like you? I really need to put that is my alarm. Every local chapter of social Major 22 year old women thinks that we're letting down the cause If we don't harassing.

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"dr fauci" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"To help kids catch up on unless they make those kinds of investments that schools will make the heartbreaking decision. Unfortunately, too many places where we're seeing. Cases Skyrocket to have to stay close physically. Dr Win stance reason that if any kind of financial incentives offered, the schools are strapped for cash would be the first to open I mean. Aren't those schools also the very same? underserved communities they've been devastated by the virus already. Yeah, that's right. These financial incentives are completely backwards. You don't incentivize someone to reopen too soon and take a shortcut, because frankly we've seen what happens when we try to take shortcuts and bypass the science. It's what we're seeing right now. With all these searches that are happening over the country when we reopen too soon, there is a way for us to reopen safely, and that involves keeping the level of infection. Infection low in communities because you're just going to be able to reopen and keep covid out of schools, if in fact you have raging infections out of control in the community, and there are these interventions that Secretary Duncan mentioned, and that frankly that we have seen the CDC. Put out guidance on exactly how do this? We need to put in the hard work and not just have rhetoric and empty threats. and Sir Sir Duncan the CDC document that was obtained by The New York Times. I it was intended as a tool for the federal response. The virus it calls for the full reopening of schools and universities calls that. The highest risk for the spread of the Krona virus the full reopening. Squaring that with the messes that we've been hearing from the White House. I mean you can't square those those two things. What do you think is actually going to happen here? Well, what's happening is people aren't paying any attention to to president. Trump's blocked in bluster and threats and bullying you have is really thoughtful superintendents. University presence across the country figuring out what is safest, what is right for their faculty, their staff or the teachers for our children in their communities, in where they can open slowly, and gradually with some physical presence again the goal is not to reopen. Schools goes to keep them open. They will do that where it's impossible to do that. Where we see cases surging as Dr, win said whether it's in California, Florida whatever going to make the decisions they hate to make. They have no choice because we have not done what we need to do in March and April may June July to give our children a chance to go back to school in August and September. would. Do I mean do school superintendents have the power to keep a school closed or open, or is it or the governor of the state says I want the schools opened by this date? Do they have to open? No vesey route, so it'd be clear president trump has zero power here. Governors basically had zero power. What you have is local superintendents. Figuring out what is right? What is safe for children for teachers or parents or grandparents were custodians robust drivers for all the staff they are figuring out what is right and safe, and they are being so thoughtful. All devastating lack of leadership at the federal level I talked to superintendents across the country. They're being so thoughtful and careful about trying. Trying to do the right thing for people's health and safety educationally for students, social emotional needs as well, that would retraumatize kids if we open up everything and they have to close everything back down because we opened too early after two or three weeks. That'd be devastating. Let's do the slowly. It was trying to gradually in. If in communities we can reduce the number of cases than gradually, we can increase number students who have a chance to go to a physical school building. Dr Win Redfield from the CDC said last week sometime that not opening schools having kids stay at home would cause I'm not sure if he said as much damage or more damage than kids going to school, but the implication was basically that there's a high cost to having kids. Stay at home, and and that harms them. As well. He's right about that. Kids should be going to school me. I have young children. You you now do know that kids do need the not only the educational support at school, but there's so many other reasons for them to be in school to for many of the students in Baltimore that I served as an example, they dependent on the school for lunch. Eighty percent of students qualified for. For Free or reduced lunch school was also in many cases the place where they received healthcare, it was also their safe place to go one in four to one and five cases of domestic violence and sexual assault is diagnosed at school by teachers, so there are many reasons for schools to be open to, but you also have to remember that even though children are not the ones who. Who might get severely ill from corona buyers? Although some do get ill. They tend to get less ill. We're also talking about the family members that they're coming back to. We're also talking about stupid about the staff and teachers who make the infection and about the community being infected. If we have too many students going to school in an unsafe environment, and so that's why it's so important. Important that we put in the hard work right now, reduce the level of krona virus in the community in that window for intervention is actually closing, because it takes two to three weeks for us to see the impact of interventions, so we need to put it out work right now in urgently. Get the resources that secretary. Duncan mentioned from the federal government to really make a difference. Yeah and of course the White House is not calling for the one thing that we know works, which is everyone wear masks social distance. That I cannot reconcile that reopening, pushing for reopening without pushing for mask, wearing a social distancing Secretary Duncan. Appreciate your time, Dr Win as well just ahead is healthcare workers across the country do would they can do to help corona virus patients would have CNN. Investigation uncovers when it comes to the availability of mass and other personal protective equipment PPA still an issue. We'll have a report on that ahead. Early on pandemic, you may remember. There was widespread concern about the lack of personal protective equipment for those healthcare workers in the front lines, treating the victims of krona virus things like.

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"dr fauci" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Angered evening. The coronavirus outbreak in this country is bigger now than it's ever been. I just want to repeat that. The outbreak in this country is bigger now than ever before nearly twice as big as ever before the president likes to be number one, he can certainly take responsibility for this number one ranking, instead of doing something about it. The most powerful man on earth has been doing everything he can to divide people make them doubt his own scientists and their recommendations, and now he's marginalizing and trying to kneecap the nation's most trusted public health official on the subject. Subject Dr Anthony, Fauci, the very same scientists who warned how bad things could get the White House is now smearing him putting out talking points against him as though he were some kind of political opponent. Just think about that the White House is working hard to smear the nation's top scientists who's been working nonstop to inform people and save people's lives. Meantime the president is embracing and promoting conspiracy theories and doubling down on falsehoods that might make him feel better for some sick reason, but are getting. Hundreds of people killed every single day here. He is today outright deceiving. When you test, you create cases, so we've created cases at the same time we have the lowest mortality or just about the lowest mortality in the world We're doing a great job. Keeping them honest for the thousand time. That is just a bald faced lie. Testing does not create cases it uncovers them and the rate at which the test coming back positive has been rising, so has the number of people being hospitalized as for new deaths per day. The Green Line take a look. Is the US the pink one is the European Union with one hundred million more people, so no, we don't have the lowest mortality in the world, and our number is rising. It's not as high as it was in April. Thank goodness, because better treatments and more young people being infected. Infected but deaths lag behind hospitalization and hospitalization lags behind positive test results, and both have been skyrocketing new confirmed. Cases in this country are now averaging averaging more than sixty thousand a day. That's about double the previous peak back in April as you can see by the curve, we as a country, never got a handle on this. We were not able to do what Europe did. After their peak and drive cases down to the point, they truly could reopen their economies. We never did what South Korea did from the very beginning of their outbreak that scale and the right by the way. Is New daily cases not in tens of thousands or thousands, but in hundreds it shows that South Korea. A country of fifty one million people has had about thirteen thousand five hundred cases total. Total since the virus I got there by contrast, the state of Florida less than half, the population reported twelve, thousand, six, hundred and twenty four cases since yesterday. So right now we're at ICU passivity of one hundred percent, and if you just carve out the KOGA ICU it at one hundred eighty percent. That's twenty six percent increase from last, Monday. That Florida hospital executive is not alone and seeing what she's seeing as we speak. More than eight thousand Floridians are now hospitalized Miami Dade County hospitalization rates have risen one hundred sixteen percent again. Today in neighboring Broward. County they're up to one hundred seventy nine percent California today reported more than eight thousand new cases. Governor ordered all counties to stop indoor activities in the state's biggest school system in Los Angeles announced that all classes will be only. Online in the fall semester in Texas with hospitalization climbing the governor, who once boasted of reopening the state early now warning quote, things will get worse in the week ahead. He's a diehard trump republican by the way, but he has ears and eyes enough sense to use them as California's governor, who is a staunch opponent of the president? Well Governor Abbot isn't running around apologizing profusely for reopening the state too soon. He is adapting to a badly worsening situation for the people of his State. He's facing facts. The president is not have not attended his own task force meetings for months I mean. Can you imagine this? The commander-in-chief has not attended his own task force meetings since April according. According to our Kaitlan Collins having not spoken to Dr Fauci for weeks. He now seems to be silencing the one person Americans trust more than anyone else on the outbreak, and perhaps that alone says it all the way. The president apparently sees it. People Trust Dr Fauci. People don't trust the president. Therefore, Dr Fao cheesy must be silence or discredited, and that's what they're doing right now. The president as you know has been trash talking him on and off for weeks. Even re tweeting a number of fire FAO. She memes however this weekend. The smearing Ernest really began in the middle of a growing pandemic naturally on a doctor Faustus. Fellow Task Force members. The Assistant Health Secretary spoke up. I respect Dr Chee Lot but Dr Fauci is not one hundred percent right in. He also doesn't necessarily, and he admits that have the whole national interest in mind. He looks at it from a very narrow public health point of view. He looks at it from a very narrow public health point of view. That uniform by the way and the title that Guy Has Admiral Jerome. He's not a Navy Admiral. He looks like it's a navy uniform, but he's not a navy. He's not served in in the navy. He's not an admiral. Is Admiral the US public health? Service Commissioned Corps wear uniforms to, and it's fascinating Washington Post report on that admirals vaccine research when he worked at am university sites, the local paper, which obtained his annual job evaluation after his firing, and among other things reportedly says he got low marks for being quote a team player. He wasn't a team player. He was told he could either resign or be fired and he resigned. Sure seems like he's on the team. Now on the trump team, the man who appointed him to this job, he was in the private sector before this his remarks followed a statement on Saturday. A White House official who had neither the courage or the decency to be named, told CNN that quote. Several White House officials are concerned about the number of times, Dr Fao. She has been wrong on things. Official went onto bride a long list of examples including this from late, February. At this moment there is no need to change anything doing on a day by day basis..

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"dr fauci" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"On this broadcast and others about young people hospitalized in dire dire condition. Folks. If you're listening at home, don't go to those parties. Jason Carroll. Thanks very much back now with us. Dr Sanjay Gupta Professor William. Hazeltine you too Sanjay. Interesting here because you even with the president being intransigent right on the scope of this problem, you are hearing slightly different messaging coming from folks in the administration here there, acknowledging that the increase in cases it's not just about testing is the president's claim that he's talked about the positivity rate going up, which it which is a fact and even the president. Now saying he doesn't oppose masks at least. Do you see the slightest move of recognition there from the White House and the administration on the scope of this problem right now. yes. You're seeing some of that. For example in Texas with the governor talking about now. Mandating the masks as well I think Jim the thing about it is I mean I think you could predict at this point that even in Florida they'll come around at some point I. Think it's become a question of what's it going to take? How much are they willing to tolerate? Before they go ahead and do what everybody knows needs to be done. That's the thing. Masks increased testing I mean just come out and say that indoor settings where a lot of people clustered together close together for long durations. That can't happen right now now with the way the numbers are going, and this is this is based on real data and based on success of these strategies in other countries I again, Jimmy and I've talked about this, but in South Korea and there's plenty of examples around the world South Korea. They never even went into lockdown and yet they have fewer than three hundred people who've died. Why because they employ strategies that we're trying to get people to employ in this country. And as a result, they live at the economic damage. I mean that's the thing that gets lost sometimes. Professor Hazeltine talking about focus on young people Dr Deborah for Burqas as she requested all. Florida residents forty been to a gathering in the last four weeks to get tested. Tell us about the focus now the concern about young people more getting infected and being a nexus for spreading. Disinfection. Thank you for the question. Recent data has shown that the most avid super spreaders, our young people and children. We used to think that wasn't true, but now people have done the studies, so young people are. The majority of the super spreaders, they can infect very large numbers of people. The second thing to know is recent studies. Show that even though somebody may feel entirely well. If you do a chest, x ray up to sixty percent of glass opacity. He's in their lung. That means they're not very well. I talked a little bit before about the wounded. There may be long term health consequences. It'll be a little bit like smoking when you're young. You get it where you're older. These people are not immune, not only are lot of been getting sick and filling up the hospital soon as we heard earlier in the program tonight, but they are enforcing long-term damage as well as infecting their friends, their families and the whole society. This is not healthy for our country. Quite a warning important to hear. Thanks again to you both professor Hazeltine Sanjay Gupta. We appreciate you coming on tonight. You're welcome. Thank you. And up next this hour. Why the pandemic does not seem to interest president trump, but pushing cultural war button certainly does we're going to speak about absent leadership confederate mon monuments as well with David Axelrod and the New York Times, Maggie Haberman. That's next. President. Trump has shown no interest in addressing the rising case numbers and hospitalizations from the pandemic. In fact, he's deliberately played them down. One area that does appear to.

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"dr fauci" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr fauci" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"At this moment, we have it very much under control at this guy. Very interestingly. We've had. The Corona virus which is. Very, well under control in our country, and everything is under control I mean. They're very very cool. They've done it and they've done it well. Everything's really under control. It's something that we have. Tremendous control of the crisis Is being handled. We are likewise getting under control. The facts, the numbers belie that statement. We're not getting it under control and the president as we said well once again model yet more behavior that will make things work around Mount Rushmore tomorrow in South Dakota where he will join an estimated seventy five hundred people to watch a fireworks display on Fox South Dakota Governor Christie known, told Laura Ingraham that free masks would be available, but this is not required. And then she said explicitly, and we're now quoting her. We won't be social distancing meantime, former presidential candidate Herman Cain who attended the president's recent, no social distancing mask optional indoor rally in Tulsa Oklahoma. He is now in the hospital treated for Covid nineteen. And late today the CDC put out a new forecast of how many lives might be lost in this country combines the work of two dozen independent institutions projects, nearly one hundred and forty eight thousand fatalities by the twenty fifth of this month. That's twenty thousand more Americans over just the next three weeks. Joining us now CNN chief medical correspondent Dr Sanjay Gupta as well as William has eighteen former Harvard researcher author of a Family Guy to go covid questions and answers for parents, grandparents and children. Professor if I could begin with you, you look at this new projection from the CDC predicting one hundred and forty eight thousand deaths by July twenty fifth. That's just over three weeks away. I wonder if that factors in fears about July fourth weekend because they're in the data, showed that Memorial Day weekend when folks went out kind of felt liberated. We're now seeing. The result of that is an increase in infections. What is July fourth? How does that factor in going forward the next month? On July fourth factories in for people who are planning to get together without masks without social, distancing indoors to celebrate. It is a frightening prospect. Let me. Just look ahead a little bit from where we are now. If this epidemic doesn't get under control, we're not. Thousand S. we're talking about a million deaths. Over the next year, this is deadly serious today. I can tell you every time. Numbers every time I hear, those numbers wins, it hurts. I know those people. I know people who are dying. We know people who'd gravely ill and another aspect of this epidemic that people aren't focused on is wounded. We count the dying, but any battle you count wounded and a lot more. Maybe five times as many people are injured for the rest of their life. Because of this infection, this is deadly serious and I hope we begin all of us to exert our responsibility to take it seriously. Sanjay. Tell me your reaction to those numbers they. I mean part of this is math right? Because as you have more people infected, and if the positivity rate, the infection rate goes up, was in a larger population begins to grow exponentially. Do you when you look at where we are today and where those graphs are pointing? Are you concerned about getting to a death toll in order of a million Americans. I guess one can only say we we we don't. We hope that doesn't happen. Jim I. Remember talking to you about this back in early March and telling you that you know we could be at one hundred and fifty thousand people this year and I remember you looking at me thinking. Wow, that's. And and here we are right in its July so. If, if the if the curves is continued to go upward and their steep, and they're. Going to exponential growth. You know this is. This could be really really tragic. That's what everyone's been trying to avoid. We knew this was a contagious virus. We knew that when things started to open up, there would be more people who got infected than otherwise would've but it was a question of what are we willing to tolerate? The problem is? We did not do what we needed to do so far. We're still not. That's the thing that concerns me more than anything else. Even at this point, we are still minimizing the problem which has been the unifying. Problem all along that we minimize it that led to poor testing, not implementing mask rules not. Shutting down too late opening up too early. You name it. It's all because we minimize this problem. And a president who won't recognize the data before Dr Hazeltine? As this virus has mutated. Some researchers say it's becoming more transmissible, but not necessarily more deadly. What are we learning out? The virus has its as exists today in this country. what we have seen is the virus. People know that viruses try go from one place to another. They change a little bit. But what was concerning is a one particular mutation, start spread and took over the rest of the world. It took over China it took over Europe and spread all throughout the United States. Of My students actually looked at that in great detail. And discovered that the envelope of that protein the outside. The spike protein is a little bit different, which makes the virus ten times more transmissible than it used to be. That helps explain why it's spreading so fast. It takes one tenth the amount of virus. You did at the beginning of this epidemic. Now you have another part of the question. Does this make it more lethal? Not that we can tell it means it gets around better, but so far, thank God. It doesn't mean that it causes more serious disease. Sanjay progress would only get ahead of ourselves, but progress in the search for vaccine, some entering smaller trials at this point. How hopefully you? That you do have a workable vaccine perhaps by the end of the year beginning next year, the hopeful. Timeline that even Dr Fauci is talked about, and and does a changing virus mean that the vaccine would not be as effective..

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