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Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on KDKA Programming

KDKA Programming

01:49 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on KDKA Programming

"Since all of these individuals do not live At home by themselves. Most of us Live with somebody under the roof with us. And it's those individuals who then could be in that situation. But it gets back to that 1 to 2% are only going to die. So it's not that big of a deal. We can kind of roll the dice on this one. Then that person If you get sick just gets sick, then they have to quarantine Then they can't go to work. Then they can't be productive. The great danger really, is that because most of us That would get it would experience very little to any Symptoms whatsoever. That's what makes it spray this quickly as it does. And now we're talking about this train out of great Britain. That Is more infectious. Some estimates as high as 70%. But we'll go with 50 just tonight Read to the very extreme. 30 to 70% 50% more infectious. That means the total number of cases is that having 200,000 day goes to 300,000 today. Just because you have more cases. That also means that 1 to 2% then goes up 50%, too. Then we find out According to Boris Johnson. The prime minister of Great Britain that Strain is believed to be potentially more deadly, too. It goes back to. So why aren't people Being more careful. Dr Fauci says that lives would have been saved if we would have had a collective effort. One all the way back. I don't even want to get into the politics of it. But just the collective effort all the way back to the beginnings of when we first start talking about wearing a mask and then collectively saying, OK, this is what's best. This wore the mask. Let's go ahead and everybody wear the mask. You were people get infected. Societies do not have to go through the levels of restrictions. That we go through because the total number of people infected remains low. Lives think it saved in the process. It's an easier It's an easier course. But We just don't seem to care like we need to And then you have those who just deny everything. Just complete the nine years that this is a real issue that needs to be addressed. To me if we were to follow what was advised to us, not necessarily. The shutdown orders But just the basic advisements of Washington hands of social distancing and wearing a mask, like one caller called to the show. What was it yesterday? The day before properly would be nice. Thank you very much. I would agree with that wearing it properly. Then you Slow the spread. As a result of slowing the spread. You give more time for more people to get more vaccinations and fewer people die in the process. But we're just not being careful. You think you know why 866391 10 20 is the phone number 866391 10 20. Why are we not being more careful? Why are we so resistant? Doing the simple basic things that are being asked of us individually. Why Are we doing? Why are we pushing that? Off something that To me is just absolutely no big deal at all. It's not I mean, we're all okay with the idea of Washington hands, right? We don't feel as though as somehow infringement upon our constitutional rights. Go with dirty hands. Maybe some people feel that way. Social distancing in order to keep people from getting sick Now I have a constitutional right to get up close and in your space. Tasking. Mask. Pointed to me. Ties in with the story that we talked a little bit last evening about United Airlines, the CEO who's saying that When it comes to dealing with covert 19 and the issue of vaccines. He wants to mandate them. For all of his employees, 77,000 of them. Mandating vaccines. Give me details about that If you missed it and get to your phone calls coming up your Texas well 866391 at 10 20 years the number back with more in a moment, man, Gino KDK radio. Your source for official traffic information here it on NewsRadio, Katie K. But I'm still sit..

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Scientist says new virus variant may be more deadly

Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

02:18 min | 11 hrs ago

Scientist says new virus variant may be more deadly

"President Biden's chief medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci, says he's concerned about a new covert 19 variant emerging in South Africa. The new strain has led to a surge of new cases across the country and CBS News got a rare got rare access to a team of scientists investigating it. CBS is Deborah Patta takes a look. Virus hunters in this high risk. Biohazard lab and Durban are hot on the trail of the mutant strain spreading spreading at at breakneck breakneck speed speed across across South South Africa. Africa. The The virus virus has has mutated mutated to to attach attach Maury Maury easily easily to to human human cells. cells. The The disease disease is is no no more more deadly, deadly, but it spreads more easily. We don't believe that we're going through a new pandemic. Yeah, which variants that not only transmit much faster. But that also potentially has left neutralization. Genetic scientist studio de Oliveira discovered the new variant after observing a dramatic uptick in infections in November. South African hospitals are overwhelmed mortuaries overcrowded and burial plots in short supply, The elevators, colleagues and the highly secured lab have developed a live culture of the strain to speed up research. The new strain here seems to have the ability to reduce the effectiveness of antibodies in people infected in the first wave. By how much so tenfold would be conservative. You can also have complete knockout with a B No. Responsible. That's right. This'll means that those infected in the first wave could have little protection from the new strain. Even more troubling, it could render some of the vaccines less effective. It's clear That we've underestimated this virus on the other hands. D evidence is not there yet that vaccines will be affected and certainly People should keep vaccinating because that's the solution. Too despondent here at the country's central lab scientists traced immunity is only part of the problem results on just how effective the vaccines are against the new strain, aren't you for a couple of weeks, but in the future? Vaccines may have to be tweaked every now and again to protect against mutant strains. Just like the annual flu

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Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says when people between 16 and 64 years old to have underlying conditions are up for getting vaccinated. That will be a group of around 80 million people. That's when you really would benefit greatly from community vaccine centers, he says. At that point, you probably will see in addition to pharmacies, giving shots, vaccination operations pop up and Jim's theaters and even stadiums. Mike Murillo w. T. O P News, Prince George's County in Maryland, it rather is Maryland's hardest hit county in the pandemic. State lawmaker from there is urging everyone to get vaccinated when they can delegate jazz. Lewis, whose district is in Prince George's County, tweeted about getting his covert 19 vaccination pressures County's behind.

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Fauci on WHO, COVID-19 variants, vaccines and more

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 18 hrs ago

Fauci on WHO, COVID-19 variants, vaccines and more

"Of the Cove in 19 virus or drawing the attention of health leaders here in the U. S and Dr Anthony Fauci of NIH, telling W. O P one particular mutation is concerning because current vaccines and treatments don't seem this End up well against a mutation of the virus being seen in South Africa appears to be more troublesome than others out. There really knocks out the effect of certain of the monoclonal antibodies, but it also diminishes significantly the efficacy of the vaccine. Dr. Anthony Fauci, who heads up the National Institute of Allergy Infectious Diseases, says the mutation doesn't make the vaccines. We have useless, but we need to be ready to we don't have to do it now. Modify if necessary. The vaccine is also watching the strain in Brazil and also the one that's now dominant in the U. K. He says. This all drives home the need for people to get vaccinated here in the U. S. You don't want to see Virus take over in this country, then suppress all the virus that's here.

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Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"There are increasing calls for redoubled efforts to fight the Corona virus. Pandemic has more than one variant shows up in the U. S, where more than 414,000 people have died. CBS is Mullah Linky well over 400,000 lives lost nationwide and lost opportunities to address the crisis sooner, says Dr Anthony Fauci, interviewed for CBS Sunday morning. We could have saved a lot of lives. Is that a first statement? I believe so. I think if we had the public health messages from the top right through down to the people in the trenches be consistent that things might have been different. In fact, I'm pretty sure they would have been from the latest push from the CDC calls for all masks to be worn in public and should have at least two layers of fabric. People are having trouble finding the covert 19 vaccine, including this California health care worker who got her first dose. But applying for the second vaccine has been a nightmare. I trusted the officials when they said, Okay, we got to healthcare workers. President Biden is making the pandemic a top priority. But there's already pushed back over his nearly $2 trillion relief proposal. CBS is Skyler Henry. Republican lawmakers have already balked at President Biden's massive coronavirus relief plan is best Given that Congress passed a near trillion dollar plan at the end of last year, But the White House says if measures aren't passed soon, officials fear the country will have to dig itself out of a bigger economic hole. Later, fans are saying goodbye to broadcast legend Larry King, who died today at the age of 87. Next on Larry King Live in the land of talk shows there was once a king who reigned over most of the others. Larry King, who interviewed pretty much everyone. Who was anyone from Richard Nixon. What is it like to do it to ascend meant to die? Being president during the war is difficult to the charmingly irritating this piggy piggy. I wasn't making a move for you. King described himself as a poor kid from Brooklyn who grew up to pinch himself every day because he never imagined being a voice heard. Round the world. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News Have you checked those meta millions tickets yet? The winning mega million's ticket was bought in Michigan number 40 to 26 60 54 gold come on the 24. The top prize has been growing since September 15th when a winning ticket was sold in Wisconsin. The next estimated mega millions jackpot is 20 million for Tuesday's drawing that CBS is Jennifer Keiper. A cash payout would be nearly $740 million. That is the third largest jackpot in U. S history. This CBS News Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O P s 203 on a Saturday, January the 23rd 2021 Right now it is 32 degrees.

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UC Irvine Scientists Working on COVID-19 Vaccine That Would Attack All Strains

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

01:14 min | 21 hrs ago

UC Irvine Scientists Working on COVID-19 Vaccine That Would Attack All Strains

"You see Irvine School of Medicine is working to develop a new vaccine that will defeat all strains of the Corona virus, including those that haven't arrived in the U. S. Yet One of the chief scientists overseeing the federally backed effort says the goal is to stop every single variance between cover. Also, all the other strange off the virus, including common called Coronaviruses, as well as most important tree cover the viruses that are parks right now in mass that have not emerged Yet. At the White House briefing Thursday, Dr Anthony Fauci Voiced concern about new, highly contagious Corona virus strains that are appearing more frequently around the world Bottom line. We're paying very close attention to it their alternative plans. If we have a have to modify the vaccine, you see I officials believe the new vaccine will serve as a backup to the currently circulating Fizer and modern aversions in the event they aren't effective against a future strain of the virus. They're hoping to prevent the next pandemic before it starts. The potential new breakthrough is in the early trial phase, and scientists will soon begin tests on lab mice that are expected to conclude by the summer. The developers hope to start clinical trials on humans by early next year. The announcement comes is California deals with a spike in infections from a new covered 19 sprain that has been spreading rapidly since the fall.

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Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Ken Broo

Ken Broo

01:09 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Ken Broo

"Is accused of helping to plan that U. S. Capitol riot in January will be held without bond. The Dayton Daily News is reporting. The bail was denied for 50 year old Donovan Kroll, saying there's no way that she could ensure the public safety if Kroll was allowed to go free. He's got a preliminary hearing next week. Number of states across the country reporting Corona virus vaccine shortages and there is no there is some new guidance that is from health officials about the second dose didn't see also now, saying as a last resort, the second dose does not have to be given exactly on time. A relief to some with the vaccine supply shortages. Dr Anthony Fauci, telling CNN, Sometimes the situation is stressed. It was very difficult to be exactly on time. So was saying you could probably do with six weeks later, namely two additional weeks. Quite frankly, immunologically. I don't think that's going to make a big difference, also showing flexibility with vaccine brand saying in exceptional situations if the same vaccine brand is not available for the next dose It's okay to switch the brand instead of missing. The second dose is ABC serene shawl in Ohio. Those 75 older will be able to sign up for the vaccine starting Monday, and then alongside the 80 year olds that can already get the vaccine. You just have to sign up to get a test near you. Details that vaccine dot coronavirus dot Ohio Dot Gove. Time to Stock.

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Biden announces mask mandate for federal property, interstate travel

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:23 min | 1 d ago

Biden announces mask mandate for federal property, interstate travel

"The virus bite in signing a mask, mandate for federal property and interstate travel mask up For the 1st 100 days. The next 99 days. He's also issuing new travel restrictions. Everyone flying to the United States from another country. We'll need to test before they get on that plane. Before they depart and quarantine when they arrive in America. Biden has promised 100 million vaccinations in his 1st 100 days. Growing irritated when asked if that's too little higher than 50. Where the U S is right now, when I announced that you all said, it's not possible. Come on, Give me a break, man. Good start 100. Years later in the briefing room, Dr Anthony Fauci laying down this gold, but with a big caveat. If we get 70 to 85% of the country vaccinated. Let's say by the end of the summer, middle of the summer, I believe, by the time we get to the full, we will be approaching a degree of normality. You're saying by the fall the majority of Americans you think we'll be back to? No, I didn't say that. I said, if we get The majority of Americans 70 85% vaccinated by then we could have a degree of herd immunity that would get us back to normal. The concern I have and something we're working on. Is getting people who have vaccine hesitancy who don't want to get vaccinated. The

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Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Armstrong and Getty

Armstrong and Getty

00:30 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Armstrong and Getty

"Orders promising progress in the fight against the pandemic. We didn't get into this mess overnight. It's gonna take months for us to turn things around. Let me be equally clear. We will get through this. We will defeat this pandemic. Acknowledging what the previous administration left behind the new pandemic response coordinator declare the situation is much worse than what we could have imagined. The Biden team was surprised by just the lack of an overall coordinated distribution plan and supply issues as well. But when pressed on this, Dr Fauci made clear it's not as if they're starting from scratch, But he also made clear that they're going to have to build up and boost They're planning in a big way. Baby sees Mary.

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"fauci" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

05:52 min | 1 d ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Go to butter cloth dot com slash knowles received twenty percent off your first full price. Order that is butter cloth dot com slash knowles w. l. e. s. You know how much i love. Butter cloth really really tremendous clothing. Dr pfau chief feel so liberated that he can finally discussed the science without having to say things that are not based in scientific fact. Like for instance you remember at the start of the pandemic when dr fauci came out and said do not wear masks masks. Don't work masks will not stop the spread of a virus. Maybe they'll sort of make you feel good but they won't actually do anything to stop the spread. Remember when he said that and then weeks later completely contradicted himself instead. Now you have to wear masks. You should wear masks all the time then. You remember weeks after that as he was still discussing. What you have to wear masks and even more a mask in the middle of an empty baseball stadium right on there. And he tried to dribble pitch to the catcher and he went back to his seat. What did he do sitting right next to. His friends takes his mask off. You remember that. I'm so glad that now. He doesn't feel that he to contradict scientific fact and when he was asked about this by the way. Do you know what his excuse was his. This blatant contradiction. He said well look at the time. I said don't wear masks. Wanted wanted to save the masks for the healthcare workers. So we didn't want all the plebes buying it you know we didn't all you p- rolls by buying up all the masks than the important elites can't get him so yeah i lied to you i told you you. You shouldn't wear the masks at all. And then when we found out we had enough masks for the healthcare workers. I told you something different but you should believe me now. Even though i'm telling you at this very second i lied to you at the start of the pandemic. Believe me now scientific fact what was missed. I think by a lot of people in that admission that she made regarding healthcare workers and the reason why he discouraged the masks and encouraged the masks. And the reason why he's he's actually said this even possible death rates or survival rates all these sorts of things he said. He said he was hoping that if he gave out a certain number. That could maybe push the conversation other direction. He's not just reading the scientific data such as it is. He's he's an activist is trying to push society in one direction or the other fair enough. That's part of his job as a social scientist but that's not science in the way that we're talking about it right and in the way that fao she's joking about it at the press briefing he saying i just wanna look. I'm just about the facts. I don't have a political ideology. You do you do if you're if you're saying that you're gonna lie to the public so that certain people can get something and certain people won't buy all up that's a political consideration and that's what all of this is about foul cheese. Liberation is a liberation for the technocracy. Fat she's liberation is a liberation for the blob. The unaccountable bureaucrats who we do not elect who presidents come and go and they stay there forever and they really are liberated under by as biden is nobody biden is absolutely nothing if you unbuttoned suit jacket and unbuttoned his shirt. You could stick your hand all the way through. There's nothing but air in there. He is nothing but a vessel for that blob for that liberal establishment most of which is beyond the scope of democratic politics. Most of which is the major multinational corporate interest much of which is the big technology interests that controls the flow of information the public's where most of which is the administrative state that has very little connection to democratic politics that is a liberation but that liberation is directly contrary to our liberties the liberties that we the people have enjoyed and enjoyed less and less with each passing breath that dr fauci takes to regurgitate his ridiculous edicts in public. The greatest the greatest regret. I would say that i have from. The trump administration is that trump did not get out there on day. Three and firefox chee and banish him to a far off island. He is a power mad. Liar he is so deceitful. He is utterly int- of political philosophies very good at practical politics. but he's he's either ignorant or intentionally deceitful about the nature of the american constitutional order and political philosophy. And he's a great danger to the country and now that dude is liberated one thing he's very happy to announce dr fauci is that the united states is going to be rejoining the world health organization. You remember the the. Us pulled out of the who because the who is a puppet organization for the chinese communist party and the who permitted china to have this virus fester in their country. They totally carried water for china. They totally lobbied for chinese interests. Even as the virus was beginning to spread and the head of the of the w. h. o. was picked by the c. p. and dr fauci so pleased to announce that that means trump is gone. Now we're getting back to business as usual for the liberal blob. We're gonna rejoin the who. I am honored to announce that the united states will remain a member of the world health organization yesterday. President biden signed letters retracting. The previous administration's announcement to withdraw from the organization and those letters have been transmitted to the secretary general of the united nations and to you. Dr tedros my dear friend. In addition to retracting the notification of withdraw royal and retaining membership in the w. h. o..

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"fauci" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:37 min | 1 d ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"But you said i was joking about it. I was very serious about it. I wasn't joking. No actually me. I mean obviously i don't want to going back over history but it was very clear that there were things that were said regarding things like hydroxy chloroquine and other things like that. That really was an uncomfortable because they were not based on scientific fact. I can tell you. I take no pleasure at all in being in a situation of contradicting the president so it was really something that you didn't feel that you could actually say something and they wouldn't be any repercussions about the idea that you can get up here and talk about what you know what evidence. What the sciences. and no. that's it let the science speak. It is somewhat of a liberating feeling. It's a liberating feeling. And as dr pfau chief feels more and more liberated is. Dr fauci has more and more liberty. Our liberties seem to shrink seemed to decay seem almost to disappear. I'm michael knowles. Is the michael knowles. Show back to the show. My favorite comment from yesterday's from alex morris who says if conservative speaks in a forest and no one is around here them sensor them anyway. that's true. This is the new opinion of the left. It used to be if conservatives are around twitter if they're around youtube already your platform with lots of liberals on it then you should censor them. But ever since they booted parlor from the internet it yeah sinned conservatives out to the middle of nowhere and then sensor them anyway. We're we're going to have a whole lot more of that coming. And i know it makes people feel uncomfortable. If you want to feel really comfortable you gotta check out butter cloth. Butter cloth is the most comfortable dress shirt you will ever wear. That is not hyperbole in any way. I didn't believe it until i tried it. You're not going to believe it until you try it and you have to try it. Butter cloth not stiff and scratchy. At all like typical. Men's dress shirts. It feels like you're wearing your favorite softest shirt it feels it almost feels like you're whoop agendas but it looks really sleek rusher others. This revolutionary fabric with long fiber cotton and six way stretch. I figured it was some crazy. Synthetic thing it's not it's just really really amazing. Cotton it's breathable keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer. They even have one shirt where it's got little mint fibers in it. So you put it on even after you've worn many many times and it cools your skin down. It's unbelievable they got the attention of abc's hit show shark tank. They got a quarter million dollar investment in it and.

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Russia welcomes US proposal to extend nuclear treaty

Steve Scott

00:21 sec | 1 d ago

Russia welcomes US proposal to extend nuclear treaty

"Now. That treaty is not supported by the U. S. Russia or any other country with nuclear weapons, But Word out of Moscow today is that the Kremlin welcomes US proposal to extend the last remaining nuclear treaty between the two countries. It is due to expire two weeks from today. To Dr Anthony Fauci says the number of covert cases appears to be Platt towing

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Philadelphia school nurses are getting vaccinated prior to students' return next month

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 1 d ago

Philadelphia school nurses are getting vaccinated prior to students' return next month

"The Biden administration's plans for the 1st 100 days is to get more kids back inside a classroom. Despite the ongoing and raging pandemic vaccines are a big part of the ability to do that. And as we hear from KY double used Tim Jimenez in Mayfair Philadelphia school Nurses are getting their first shots today. This vaccine clinic is that Lincoln High School, the school nurse's air getting the protection they need to safely care for students. Now. This isn't open to the general public, but officials hope it's another step towards getting students back in the classroom. At some point this school year. The majority of kids back in school is a goal of the biting administration's 1st 100 days, vaccines or big part of that and overall, getting things back on track in this country, according to Dr Anthony Fauci, who spoke from the White House yesterday. If we get 70 to 85% of the country vaccinated, let's say by the end of the summer, middle of the summer. Believed By the time we get to the full, we will be approaching a degree of normality a big if the roadblocks include people skeptical of getting the shot, and there's a vaccine supply problem right now. Fauci is hopeful that the addition of vaccines from other drugmakers will help with that In

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Fauci describes "liberating feeling" in new Biden administration

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

Fauci describes "liberating feeling" in new Biden administration

"Unleashed a bit if you will, appearing at his first briefing with the New administration infectious disease expert talked about working with the Trump administration idea. That you can get up here and talk about what? You know what evidence? What the sciences and no, That's it. Let the science speak. It is somewhat of a liberating feeling passed for President Biden's vaccine directive, the gold that was set by the president. Of getting 100 Million people vaccinated in the 1st 100 days is quite a reasonable goal of Dr Fauci says his best case scenario is that 85% of Americans could be vaccinated by the end of this summer. The Colorado

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Brooklyn Handyman Accused of Three Separate Killings in same Apartment Complex in New York City

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:59 sec | 1 d ago

Brooklyn Handyman Accused of Three Separate Killings in same Apartment Complex in New York City

"A serial The killer doctor. hunter Fauci rest did scheduled say, though, for arraignment after he went today. on 66 to wax poetic year old about how Kevin nice it Gavin is working for Biden suspected of company three murders Compared to that what nitrous Donald Trump. senior He housing did complex. say that if 75 Carter G. to Woodson 80% complex and the Brownsville Of Americans section get on Powell vaccinated Street in Brooklyn, 75 and to Y 80% PDS of Americans chief of detectives get vaccinated is running Harris. that Mr. will be back Kevin to normal Gavin sometime this was summer. arrested for three murders Yeah, One of look. Keep that occurred hope alive. between This is what we're praying 2015 for. This is the goal, of course. and unfortunately, But how's it gonna happen 2021 to me? For example, if you're not watching the local at news the Woodside today, you may not know Houses. this. Residents But we of are this complex in this held a state, press conference New York State yesterday. We are due to run They are asking out of in vaccine New York City doses to a immediately today. install Today surveillance we're gonna be out cameras of it. So at how the are complex we gonna cameras get were 100 asking million to be put shots in hallways. and in these arms how we're gonna So get certainly through this and be as OK the person by this summer. is already in the For building the most part outside cameras of West in Virginia. hallways as well as in Every stairways state and seems elevators you're running out of doses conserve to daily. be caught People's Yeah, actions. they're even running The city out in says Florida The installation Governor has decided been delayed to sustain. due to Cove Just in 19. get me some vaccine. Give me some Tell

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Anthony Fauci: I feel 'liberated' now Donald Trump has gone, says US Covid adviser

NPR News Now

01:01 min | 1 d ago

Anthony Fauci: I feel 'liberated' now Donald Trump has gone, says US Covid adviser

"Expert says the rise. In new cases of gerona virus may be hitting a plateau but dr anthony fauci warns the public to remain vigilant and to take precautions. Npr's i usua- rosco has more on faculties remarks. Since president biden on his administration's national strategy for combating the pandemic avenue is now president. Biden's chief medical adviser. He says the previous administration had some good ideas for boosting. Vaccinations biden's team can build on. But he acknowledged that at times he'd felt constrained by the trump white house. I can tell you. I take no pleasure at all in being in a situation of contradicting the president so it was really something that you didn't feel that you could actually say something and there wouldn't be any repercussions trump criticize dr fauci publicly and eventually sidelined him. The nation's top expert in infectious diseases says he now feels more liberated to speak on the science behind. The pandemic aisha roscoe. npr

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Fauci describes "liberating feeling" in new Biden administration

Sean Hannity

00:22 sec | 1 d ago

Fauci describes "liberating feeling" in new Biden administration

"Now President Biden's chief covert adviser, saying he can now speak freely about the pandemic. Unlike under President Trump that you didn't feel that you could actually say something. There wouldn't be any repercussions about Dr Fauci is saying it's liberating working for a president who says to just relay the scientific facts and not unfounded. Potential cures, including

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Dr. Fauci says letting 'the science speak' is 'liberating' under new administration

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Dr. Fauci says letting 'the science speak' is 'liberating' under new administration

"Top a medical adviser, Dr Anthony Fauci, was Clearly happy to be in the White House press briefing room today as the new measures were rolled out in detail the idea that you can get up here and talk about what you know what evidence? What the sciences and no, that's it. Let the science speak. It is somewhat of a liberating feeling. As for the virus itself, Dr Fauci said the variant found in the UK is present in the United States, but that all evidence to date shows the vaccines already in use will mitigate covert 19. For those who have the variant.

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Biden unveils Covid-19 plan based on 'science not politics' as he signs new initiatives

WBZ Afternoon News

01:07 min | 2 d ago

Biden unveils Covid-19 plan based on 'science not politics' as he signs new initiatives

"The White House today. President Joe Biden highlighting his administration's efforts to end the Corona virus crisis. We get an update now from ABC, Joe Biden of the White House, laying out his profit. 19 vaccination plan, saying there is no time to waste with 407,000 Americans dead in just one year we're in a national emergency. This time we treat it like one together the national plan as the United States of America. Biden signing executive actions to fund testing, expand vaccination, mega sites and states and also in communities of color, which suffered disproportionately from the viral plan also protects those most at risk. And works for everyone of all races. And urban and rural communities like Dr Anthony Fauci, who is staying on in his role from the previous administration, also spoke at the Daily Press briefing following the signing, saying vaccinations will need to ramp up in order to protect American says this virus mutates. So even though the virus on a 1 to 1 basis isn't more serious. The phenomenon of a more transmissible virus is something that you take seriously. Michelle Franzen ABC NEWS

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U.S. Will Remain In WHO, Fauci Announces, As Biden Reverses Trump Move

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

U.S. Will Remain In WHO, Fauci Announces, As Biden Reverses Trump Move

"Psaki to hold the Daily press briefing today. She will be joined by Dr Anthony Fauci. That's at four o'clock. Corresponded. Karen Travers tells us we're hearing from the good doctor about one of the moves made yesterday by the new president, Dr Anthony Fauci, is starting his new role as president. Biden's top medical advisor on the covert 19 pandemic, said on ABC is Good Morning America that while it was quote disconcerting to everybody to have the U. S not be a part of the W H O. He's getting positive reaction to the news that the US is back in. It was really Very good day. I mean the response I'm getting from my colleagues all over the world is really very, very refreshing Detector found. She said he believes there will be enough vaccines to meet US demand Quote reasonably soon. The U. S death toll from the

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Anthony Fauci offers a timeline for ending COVID-19 pandemic

Charlie Brennan

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Anthony Fauci offers a timeline for ending COVID-19 pandemic

"Dr Anthony Fauci is the new president readies a new plan to battle the coronavirus. Fox is Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave. The Body administration's national strategy for the Cove in 19 response and Pandemic preparedness, outline several goals. Restoring trust with the American people Mounting a safe and effective vaccination campaign is spending testing and treatment, said emergency relief it safely reopening schools and businesses. Strategy expected be put in place largely through executive action. One order mandates mask wearing of many planes, trains and other forms of transportation. The president will also work with governors and mayors. Tol work on Mask Wearing and

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Dr. Anthony Fauci says the US will join World Health Organization project to deploy vaccines around the world

WBZ Morning News

00:13 sec | 2 d ago

Dr. Anthony Fauci says the US will join World Health Organization project to deploy vaccines around the world

"Anthony Fauci says the United States will join the World Health Organization project that is an effort to help deploy vaccines all around the world. The W. H O says that is a good day. For the world.

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Biden to re-engage with World Health Organization

BBC World Service

01:05 min | 2 d ago

Biden to re-engage with World Health Organization

"States has been to sign an executive order to tackle the Corona virus pandemic, which has claimed the lives of more than 400,000 Americans. Requires face coverings and social distancing on all federal property. Mr Biden also re committed the U. S to the World Health Organization. His administration's top infectious diseases expert, Dr Anthony Fauci will address the W H O, and about an hour from now. His name is Greenlee. The Trump Administration's decision to withdraw the U. S. From the W H O cause disquiet, both amongst allies and on Capitol Hill. So President Biden is making a point about America's position on the world stage play, rejoining the very start of his presidency. America has bean the Wh A's biggest donor. But the agency always said US membership was important, chiefly for leadership reasons rather than the money. Bijan team says it wants to help strengthen and reform. The agency is part of this renewed engagement. The new president's first steps

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New White House press secretary holds first briefing of Biden presidency

Radio Specials

00:53 sec | 2 d ago

New White House press secretary holds first briefing of Biden presidency

"Getting to work today after taking the oath of office buying quickly signed a stack of executive actions. Well. NPR's Scott Detrol reports that the new White House press secretary met with the press corps four years ago. The Trump Administration's first briefing set the tone for a contentious, often hostile relationship. Between the White House in the press. Jen Psaki began this briefing on a much different note. There will be moments when we disagree on there will certainly be days where we disagree for extensive parts of the briefing, even perhaps, but we have a common goal. Which is sharing accurate information with the American people, Zaki says the Biden White House will brief the press every week day another departure from the Trump administration. In the briefing, she announced that Dr Anthony Fauci will join a World Health Organization meeting Thursday. I didn't is bringing the US back into the W H O. Reversing Trump's decision to withdraw. Scott JETRO NPR NEWS

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Dr. Fauci says 100 million vaccinations in 100 days 'absolutely a doable thing'

The New Yorker Radio Hour

00:57 sec | 5 d ago

Dr. Fauci says 100 million vaccinations in 100 days 'absolutely a doable thing'

"The U. S is on pace to record. 400,000 confirmed deaths from Cove in 19 before the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden. NPR's Joel Rose reports, the incoming administration is looking to ramp up vaccinations quickly. Incoming White House chief of staff, Ron Claim, says the Biden administration is inheriting a quote mess. Here's claim speaking to CNN virus is going to get worse before it gets better. So it's going to take awhile to turn this around. The average daily death toll from covert 19 has risen to more than 3000. President elect Biden has set an ambitious goal of injecting 100 million doses of Corona virus vaccine in his 1st 100 days in office 100 million doses in the first 100 Days is it is absolutely a doable thing. Dr. Anthony Fauci, speaking on NBC says new vaccines from AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson could be presented to regulators for emergency authorization in a matter of

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"fauci" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

07:55 min | Last month

"fauci" Discussed on The Takeout

"Dr fauci thinking back to the almost daily white house corona virus task force briefings net positive or a net negative. I think it's mixed major. The reason i think it's mixed because getting information that's important information out to the public on a regular basis is a positive thing. I think what actually happened. After a while as an as unfortunately in many situations things became a little bit politicized with divisiveness showing in that regard so all in all. I'd say it probably. The net was positive because information came out but i think most people would view it as being mixed so anyone who reads the history of president and those who work for him know that you don't always have to agree to be effective and i don't want to ask you any questions about your relationship with the president what i want to ask you is. Was there ever a time when you felt. You couldn't say something you needed to say about this issue. The honest answer to that major is no. I always felt i could say and i did say what i felt about a particular issue without getting into the politics. But i'm talking about a medical or public health policy issue. I've done that and as you know you don't need me to say it. There have been bumps along the road there. But i've always long before. I got involved with this administration. I've been doing this now as you know for over thirty six years with six administrations and the one thing. I learned right from the very first time. I briefed president. Reagan in the one thousand nine hundred eighty eighties is that sometimes you have to say things that people don't want to hear and how they react to what they don't want to hear varies from administration to administration and person to person the one thing you need to do to maintain your credibility is to always know you need to say what is the truth and not compromise. And that's what i've tried to do. So there's been not always smooth. But that's what i've done. How frequently have you spoken to president-elect biden's transition team. Well i've spoken to ron clain. A couple of times over the past couple of weeks they have not been of. Shall we say substantive about where we're going but enough to say you know hang in there you know we. We're going to be doing a few things that will tell you about. Its its fortuitous major. That in a couple of hours. I'm actually meeting with the entire what we call landing team when you have transitions teams. That people will you. I know i'm sorry. I know you're very familiar with that well. I'm going to be meeting with them today. By zoom by by virtually so today will be the first day we're there will be substantive discussions about the transmission between the transition between me and the biden team and do you expect those to accelerate and become almost daily occurrences between now and january twentieth. I hope so major. Because i as i've often said you know having served six administrations i've been through five transitions and i know that transitions are really important. If you wanna get a smooth handing over of their responsibility so. I'm very pleased that today. We're having the first discussion about a number of things. Vaccinations and things like that. Would you have preferred that. That occurred three weeks earlier. Uh-huh oh yeah. Of course i would have liked to have seen us getting involved with the team as early as we possibly can because you want the smooth transition to occur and time is going by and lives were lost as the president-elect said well you know i don't want to get into that kind of quantitative the number of lives. I would say that everything. Everyone believes that a smooth transition is certainly better than no transition. Have you talked to the president elect directly. I have not yet spoken to president-elect biden. I would expect that within a reasonable time. I likely will stay on. Yeah i mean my job as you know. A major is director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. That is a career jaw. That's not a political appointment. I certainly will stay on and that position and the extent to which the president-elect wants me to get involved in the kinds of things i'm doing now. I'm almost certain that he's gonna want me to do that. Because that's that's what i do what you do. So of all the things that we talked about vaccine distribution and stressed hospitals. Do you believe that there is something that must be done before. Congress adjourns to inject more money into this situation to make sure all of the things that need to happen happened effectively and efficiently. I think that's an absolute necessity because the system is stressed. I mean it's easy for me to get up. And say which i have and i say that with some degree of empathy and not just coldly that you know some of the times you're going to have to. When you do things like avoid congregate settings you really talking about closing bars and having restaurants either closed or at not maximum capacity that comes at a great economic strain to the people who own those establishments so i believe strongly and i'm speaking as a layman in this because that's not my thing but i see so clearly that if you're asking these establishments to shut down or to diminish their capacity you've got to come in and help them or they'll get economically destroyed so we really need to help out during this very difficult time and that's what the relief packages there about. So one thing that we've learned talking to experts throughout all of this is that we've gotten better in hospitals dealing with the virus. Were not as unsure about what to do how to treat it as doctors were quite understandably in march and april yet. The death rate is we discussed at the very beginning of this conversation remain high. Why is that you know it. Isn't that the death rates remain high. The deaths total remain high. And the reason that you know it's very important because people say well. The death rates are down. Well they may be down as a rate but you know if you have a thousand people with a high rage and then you have one hundred thousand people with a low rate. You're going to get more people dying at the low rate with the larger amount of people. The trouble that we're having now is that when you have two hundred thousand cases a day in one thousand nine thousand hospitalizations. You can have a moderately low death rate and still have a lot of debts. And that's what we're seeing. You can't walk away from those figures. Were having over two thousand deaths day. Now that's a lot of deaths and statistically are they still most concentrated in those who are older and have underlying health issues. The answer major is yes that is the case however and this is a big however as we get more cumulative experience with this. We're starting to see that a substantial proportion now not just one or two percent but a substantial proportion of the hospitalizations are among people. Forty fifty fifty nine so between forty and sixty back then. We always thought well. Either you're eighty five or your okay. It isn't we're starting to see people who are in that age range that they're not young teenagers or twenties eighty five either and they're getting hospitalized when you get a younger person hospitalized. The chances of their dying are less than an eighty five year old frail person but they still get substantial morbidity and some of them actually die. You see examples of it.

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"fauci" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:37 min | Last month

"fauci" Discussed on The Takeout

"So we're all suffering each and every one of us in a different way with covid nineteen fatigue. We've been going through this major for almost a year. Remember i case was in january of twenty twenty. So it's almost a year that we've been going through this and it's understandable. How people want to throw their hands up and say oh. My goodness can't take this anymore. let's just do it. we're going to do. Please don't do that because things will get better. But if we despair and put aside public health measures they not only will not get better. They'll get worse. And that's the thing that the cdc was concerned about the possibility. If we don't do something about it of having even more records broken regarding deaths in hospitalizations. So i wanna let our audience know that. We're going to have the full complement with dr fauci. He's been generous enough to give us as much time as he can. So we're gonna go bit by bit through this entire process. He talked about vaccines. We're going to have a whole segment on that coming up on the other side of this break. We're also gonna talk about the stress. That hospitals are going through right now. And if they are near at something approximating a breaking point as they were in the springtime. Roy also gonna talk about the foul effect. Which is something. I read about the other day going to medical school. Because of dr anthony fauci and lots of other things i major garrett dr anthony fauci is our special guest stay tuned for segment to take out in just a second once.

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"fauci" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:21 min | 2 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on Radio Boston

"The skepticism of the vaccine is rooted in real history. Here he is. Is it a broad. Generic reason a distrust of the medical establishment because of his history of the abuse particularly of the african american community with things that they back as far as to ski ghee and and henrietta lacks issues or is it something about the process of the speed with which this vaccine was developed and some of the mixed signals. That one has been getting in this divisive society so tuskegee referring for example to a syphilis experiment that was done on black americans for decades by the government in secret. What are you hearing. You said you think that number even bigger than like the thirty three percent number you got from the survey last night. What are you hearing from your congregation about why they might not take the vaccine. It is acts absolutely what dr fauci said. I think the history that is becoming available more of us know the history now but these were were stories that were passed out in black families forever and ever and ever off. But i also think it's the everyday experience at black people that many black people at least the ones that i've talked to themselves have had who feel Disrespected when they go to a healthcare facilities bill on her who feel that. They're not taken seriously. That's a very real thing. There's research to back that up particularly around black women. So i think it's a mixture of all of that i also think it's a social issues of justice and the deaths of unarmed black men. I think you have to you know. It's a cumulative effect of feeling traumatized in a country. That doesn't hear you. That doesn't treat you fairly so. Those are the things that i hear from people that i talked to in my congregation. And i understand that that's going to be that's decades and decades of distrust and it's going to take a real effort and some time to turn that around. Do we have enough time with the with the urgency of this of Pandemic and the urgency of getting this vaccine out. That's the big question. And that's why so many people and i'm not the only one i appreciate. You know the publicity. That's around this. This event with dr fauci there are many people in my community who are concerned and working heart doctors of color You know social workers of color people who are in the community who are trying to make sure that people get the right information that the truth so that people can arm themselves and be safe you know you said you appreciate the publicity but it's not just you. I mean it is remarkable you are. You're the pastor of important but local boston congregation and anthony. Fauci took the time to address your community because he is so serious about making sure that there is uptake on this vaccine that i think in and of itself does that field. You like. that's really underscoring the importance of getting over this hump absolutely. I was stunned when we came up with the idea. And i can't quite remember but something said call dr fauci but it wasn't wasn't done thinking that anthony fauci was.

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"fauci" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

Powerhouse Politics

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

"Joe Biden Desert need was pretty good big Lebowski baby. Yeah. Kind of a morning in America type and it is. I I don't think Donald Trump wins or loses because of money I don't know that's going to be some of the analysis around this but the fact that the the death star Brad Part scowls metaphor for this juggernaut. The death star basically blew itself up when it comes to the financing of this campaign and it it it vastly underperformed in appears to have vastly under served the candidate himself who was forced this week to fly all the way to California to continue to raise money. The Biden campaign has more money than it knows what to do with when you combine it with the democratic outside groups, they can play almost anywhere. It's allow them. To reach down ballot I agree with you John Money doesn't determine everything but the the the the disparities in the airwaves are striking and they're allowing the Democrats at this stage play basically anywhere they want and forcing Donald Trump in the GOP to play defense in lots of places that he never imagined he'd have to worry about I mean, I I i. went through with the you'll against some of the numbers in the states of the of the spending combined Super Pac campaign and party in the end it is unbelievable some of these places I mean in Michigan it was more than three to one was four to one a Democrats outspending Republicans appro Biden ads. Over over pro-trump ads in. In. Florida. To One you know. That's not really. WanNa be bullet bliss. Let's talk about this this war on In a back and forth because I think it is interesting and Rick you and I were just talking. If we could fast, we could rewind a little bit. You remember When I was You know a week ago Sunday was anchoring this week and I had requested in thought that I had an agreement from the White House to have fouled she come on as my guest. Do you remember this? So this is fascinating to me. So this is almost ten days ago, and the time moves slow in the area of this is only ten short days ago. And you said on air that that that doctor fouled she was not allowed to come on. Come on the program, we had hoped to talk to Dr about both the outbreak at the White House and across the country, he was more than willing to join us. But the White House wouldn't allow you to hear from the nation's leading expert on corona virus. In fact, they wouldn't allow any of the medical experts on the president's own coronavirus task force to appear on this show, and it ended with a with twitter back and forth. With the vice-presidents trust are you services kind of the best spokesperson or the gatekeeper for the task force because Mike Pence's the head of the Task Force saying saying that was not true and you put that depend with this hugo go read the tweets. 'CAUSE YOU WANNA YOU WANNA twitter argument cleanly as you ever can by producing the receipts, you had the email showing you ask for not just after FAUCI but any member of the task force. Vow She was not allowed on, but one point that that farrow and others were making as well. He's going to be out lots of other places and I don't know John. I wonder if that had something to do with the fact that that found she was on sixty minutes a week later in the Anthony Fauci. Knew that he was not allowed on on your show would give a whole series of subsequent interviews that Yup Frankly Donald Trump didn't love. I, mean they were suddenly pressured to to to prove that they were not muzzling him because I quite directly said, they were Muslim. And and he was suddenly doing a series of high profile interviews non more high profile. Than his interview on sixty minutes where he said he was he wasn't surprised the president got infected that he attended a super spreader event referring to the Amy Coney Barrett nomination event in the Rose Garden. Each said frankly didn't understand the the president's position on mass did not make any sense. But so that soap so found he statements provoked Quite a clinic torrent from the president, the United States perhaps most importantly this this campaign conference call on that, and I know this, what you guys may have heard this been out there but but some of the background is important. This was. The president giving essentially a pep talk to the campaign staff I came after the New York. Times data front page story talking about how many the president's political advisor are you know really just kind of borderline depressed thinking that the the campaigns not going? Well, they're you know worried about the direction and he wanted to. Kind of prove that this the campaign was was was raring to go. Arranged this conference call and the the reason why we know about it is the campaign quietly let reporters covering the campaign know about the call they gave reporters. Many of them, the the dial in instruction so that we would be able to listen and record the president's this wasn't like some secret recording of the campaign called the campaign wanted this out because they thought it was going to be a nice pep talk. Well, the pep talk turned into a broadside against a doctor couch. Ian. Let me I want to do one somewhat extended clip because This is Monday I believe this is one of the most remarkable. Things that you could hear in the closing in the closing weeks of of a of a campaign especially campaign in the midst of a pandemic ticket listen. He got tired of hearing. All, these idiots..

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"fauci" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

06:26 min | 3 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Let's. Say. I mean. How do you go far beyond reality with the president like this when every moment he's going far beyond reality. That's that's that's a challenge and so. His thing if you listen to Babo Supreme, you'll understand what it is. That is beyond what we have in the White House it's a reflection of it. It's a it's it's more like what would happen if you're in a dream of it you know I think we all. To a certain extent. Think we're in a a nightmare of of some kind right now. But Babo supreme opens with a dream and ends with a dream. So we're not really sure weather. This is real. It's our own nightmare I gotta say if the goal here was to go beyond reality I'm not sure you succeeded. In fact if anything you foreshadowed reality and we've got one clip from it that I wanna play because you clearly had done this before the events of last week. But man you were on top of it and it's about militia in Michigan that kidnaps state lawmakers mark. Do we have that clip? Can we play it and then we'll get tim to talk about it. Just me paint me do my hair you got one minute, Mr President, the joint chiefs are waiting in the situation room and the incident in Michigan has escalated overnight Early this morning we received images of Hog tied liberal politicians being held against their will and the Michigan State House. The militias maintained occupancy that building for the past twenty, four hours and the local police have refused to act the national. Guard. Is On alert and you have not recommended any action called Sir no militia. What's it called? I is ask Mr President I is us or good yes. A good name not advance grammatically but direct the Yes sir supporters problem or they've sees. A government building Mr. President, this is a great situation. This is something we have to seriously consider as something. We haven't seriously considered before this actual uprising of armed people love US and support our policies. Yes. But they've seized a government building and are trying to force the democratically elected representatives out of office. The problem is these people with the guns were not elected Sir Blah Blah Blah. Blah. Blah lots of words just like arguing about locking up kids you're wrong about that too less kids now right that's kids trying to get in. So you talk too much. We have to be careful sir, this could unleash a beast leave alone patriots. So I gotta ask you what was your reaction last week when you reason? That the militia Michigan was plotting to kidnap the governor of Michigan. Yes I was wondering whether they were doing it for us for publicity but. You know I think all the signs were there weren't they Michael I mean this was he was sending out that message a pretty early on to his supporters that are white supremacists than these heavily-armed guys. Remember Liberate Michigan Corta. The tweet he sent out You know this was. Clearly. him wanting to subvert democracy back then. Babo supreme progresses. We project towards election day and what might happen if he does lose and what might happen to the White House that So. It's Not GonNa give it away but. But I think it I think it in writing this I was just projecting. I. saw in front of me what what what what he was laying the groundwork from from. Charlottesville on from the time, he came down that escalator on throwing out not only dog was but barks full on barks to his bail saying howls howls in the night wolf howls. Yes. Basically letting them know that their hatred and racism and bigotry is being heard in the White House is being legitimized by and formerly. People that were Would keep to themselves without are have been empowered to express it, and if there is any you know. Illuminating thing about this presidency is that he is exposed to something that might have been hidden before and I don't know if we should be grateful to him for that but it certainly makes us more aware of how. Divided the country is in how many people in this country are willing to listen to. Lies and. Are Willing to accept those lies Tim one of the things that you do so well in this podcast raises skewer all the people around Babo supreme the sycophants and the hangers-on, and I actually wanted to ask about one character in particular and that is a chippy Lou. So should be Louis. Ranting that's correct and. And who'd Noah Noah Reagan tanks were harmed in the making okay. I just wanted to know. When I first started hearing I thought it was someone who was I thought it was Baba Supreme. Burning at at length but it turns out. It was a thing. I. Guess Who Does Chippy Lou Represent? Well again, this is you know I, it's not a literal representation of the White House. Chippy Lewis is my. frigging twisted imagination I imagined that his best friend isn't orange and he gets he has conversations with him. He seeks consult from him he six six advice he he allows chippy Lou into the. into the situation room for meetings with the Joint Chiefs of Staff. To lose allowed to express his opinion amongst all of the joint chiefs and also he shows up in Baba's bed from time to time to to console him and one more who's do we and I'm not asking you to say who he literally represents. But as a device do eve is a sycophantic young bowling special advisor to the prime went to Santa. Monica High.

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"fauci" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"Is clear and vivid, and now back to my conversation with Dr Anthony Fauci. So let me ask you a somewhat personal question, but it would be of help to all of this. As, you've learned more all the various things you've learned since since we talked first about this March fifth, have you changed any of your own protective Habich at all? Yes I think subconsciously I have. I am as difficult as this is, but I'm a little bit unusual because of the nature of my my job Allen I I don't have much time for myself to do anything else than spending. You know most of the day working on vaccines and therapies, and then other parts of the day at the White House in hearings I'm much more attune. To the ability of this virus to very efficiently spread. So I'm very compulsive about putting a mask and keeping a mask on when I'm out I don't make it so that it complete the disrupts your life, my one besides the company of my wife, my children are adult they're no longer in the but besides the wonderful company of my wife, my my only real other pleasure is going on a power walk I used to run but I'm getting a little achey to do that now. But when I go out and run people, ask you know, do you wear a mask when you're out on a trail at the canal and near the Potomac and is nobody within? Four hundred yards I put the mask under my chin. But when I passed someone in our I talked to someone who says Hello Hawaii thank you for what you're doing that mask goes on and I'm very very careful about that and I don't congregate with groups the most the thing that I've done much more compulsively now. Is that. You know I, order out because I want to keep. The dissolve NC of the restaurants in my neighborhood. So I don't go to the restaurant, but I do take out and I never have any more than two or three or so people besides my wife and I doing something outdoors. such as sharing a meal and making sure you're six to ten feet apart I would say the difference now, the realization that something we thought before. But we know now Allen that there's a substantial proportion of people who capable of transmitting infection who are without symptoms. So even though somebody looks healthy and you really want to say God, I haven't seen you so long Gimme a hug..

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"fauci" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

Politics and More Podcast

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

"Will start. So I get. All the time. When are we going to get back to something that closely resembles or is in fact normal as we knew it It is likely that we will know that we have a safe and effective AC seen. Let's say November or December of this year. That I have cautious optimism that we will have a vaccine we're already making doses. Doses tens and hundreds of millions of doses to be ready. I at least in greater numbers at the end of the year in November December, and then we get into January very march April. By, the time we get to, April we will have doses be able to vaccinate anybody who needs to be vaccinated but. You need to have a highly effective vaccine and you need to get a substantial proportion, the population vaccinated. So let's say we get a seventy percent effective vaccine. I. Hope we will get. Only sixty percent of the people get vaccinated. They were going to be a lot of vulnerable people out there which means that the vaccine will greatly help us to pull back bid on the restrictions that we have now to maintain good public health. But it's not going to eliminate things like mask-wearing avoiding crowds and things like that. So I think we can approach normality. We may have theaters where you gotTA. Make sure that you don't have full capacity. May Be. Aware a mask at the theater at may go on for months and months I can't predict how long but I don't think we're going to be back to normal until the end of twenty twenty one and that's just a prediction in we may do better than that I. Hope so but I don't think so. I WANNA. Switch a bit to the AIDS era. There was a guy who died this year who is very important to both of us he. Held both of us murderers at different points in our life, but we ended up. Being somewhat close to him and I wanted to play just one little interaction between you and the person I'm talking about for those who are out there as Larry. Kramer. who was a signature activists in really remarkable person who was difficult than thrilling at the same time and I like to play in exchange. This is from. The ninety s when Tony Larry, we're on a television talk show together. We're not gonNA, get the answer tomorrow and the kinds of inroads than a made as small as they are science works in small building blocks of knowledge and Tony Stop It yes the answer could come tomorrow. Why do you automatically take such a negative attitude? You're GONNA get it. Let me finish. It happens and big building blocks as well as little building us if all of this rhetoric of yours than everybody else in the bureaucracy. I want to say something about about Tony Fauci because I think the world must think I hate him or something the way of going on tonight I love Tony. I think I probably have a more complicated relationship with Tony than anybody in my entire life he is a man, an ordinary man who is being asked to play God and he is being punished because he cannot be God and that is a terrible situation to be in to be the lightning rod for all of us. True Debt sex and money is the podcast from. WNYC studios about the things we think about a lot and need to talk about more and one of those things is aging by time spy on the thought of getting Cova I don't know I bet I'm not the only one who's not having size. If you're over sixty, we want to hear from you about your life is like now and how you're feeling your age differently this year than last find out more at death sex money dot org slash aging..

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"fauci" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

06:01 min | 4 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"North of the port fortieth parallel in the US and Europe and south of the fortieth parallel for those a good friends of ours that are living south of that in South America Australia New Zealand because as a you know your your show is worldwide that they know that those those levels in the sunshine isn't really enough. Now it's a good thing particularly in the summer when the sun is much higher, that's usually the standard recommendation has to go outside, but they could as they. Say in or at least with your skin all exposed as much as you can know, sunscreen no hat no shirt or anything like that for a minimum of twenty minutes a day preferably in the morning somewhere between nine and ten o'clock in the morning where you get really good types of sunrays instead of sun scorching earning raise that happened somewhere between noon and say three o'clock in the afternoon. So you do get good stimulation for that. Another thing is that people African American people people with dark colored skin. A lot of Indian patients are people that have a darker colored skin all of them tend to be a vitamin. D. deficient because there's the color of their skin, the Melanin, and their skin. Blocks out the stimulatory effects of the sunshine and I think that that's really important Dow in the African American population because it's also been in the in the published in the medical literature that it's nearly impossible to lose weight if your vitamin D deficient. If you have a vitamin D. level less than twenty five and a lot of people in that African American population are have issues with obesity diabetes hypertension, all of which are related to low vitamin D levels. So that population of people very much needs to get tested and work hard by taking supplements because you really can't do it with foods to take supplements to get your level up between eighty and one hundred to be protected for your physiology. Is Vitamin D maybe directly related or one of the reasons why we are seeing covid nineteen at one of the risk groups that so often talked about is the African American community here in the states. Could very well be for that particular reason. You know another thing that if I've been saying that if you're GONNA go and get a blood test and not a cova test or a SARS covy tests to be more accurate. Not only should you get a vitamin? D. Level done you should get an iodine level done because Ati diners your body's natural antiseptic. It's important in it's not just important for thyroid. It's important from your mouth all the way through to your rectum. It's important for the tears in your eyes it's important to protect your brain and so I assigned levels needs to be tested to and those that level should be therapeutically to be physiologically protective somewhere around one hundred it needs to be somewhere around that level del I've said for a really long period of time with we've known from the N. Hanes. Studies that that many pregnant women in even in the United States are pure are a really really deficient in iodine the International Association of of Iodine Deficiency Diseases actually bigger than the World Health Organization on a global basis and item deficiency with a level less than nineteen, and if you happen to be pregnant puts your infant at great risk but I've often wondered if it wasn't one of the many risk factors that puts many children at risk when they're born to increasing vaccine injuries because mothers were low in their vitamin D low and dine when they were pregnant. So babies obviously we're going to. Be Low in those two protective nutrients when they're born, and then of course, we hit them with vitamin K and hepatitis B. Right after their birth in than the start up of the schedule, and I've often wondered if that wasn't a contributor of never seen any literature on that I do know that the iodine levels in an oriental women particularly. Japanese. Women Chinese women because they eat a lot of see vegetables and and a lot of seaweed and a lot of fish there. Iodine levels tend to be much higher than than a Caucasian people in the United States and in Europe and so those. Are. Two levels that I think are really really important and I know Dr Fauci also mentioned vitamin C. I mean Linus Pauling got the Nobel prize away back in the thirties or forties. So it's not really new news and I think that vitamin C is so important as an antioxidant and I'm a big fan of vitamin C A score bates, the salt in powder form and the powder form. I like the best because it's most easily absorbed and you can give it to any age group and not have to think about swallowing pills are about whether that pills going to dissolve in your stomach. That sounds great. You're an amazing wealth of knowledge and I have to tell you really want to be honest with you share I've just been are beginning to tour again now that the airlines are opening up and so many people know having rallies around the country but everywhere I go sherry people pulled me aside first of all, they asked me share going to be. Here. But the amount of people that say that the person that changed my life or save my baby or really maybe understand what was happening with vaccines was Dr Sherri. Ten Penny I know they probably come up to you but I just want you to know how many people come up to me and go out of their way to tell me to. Thank you for setting them on a course for healthier children and many times you've worked directly with them with their own health issues. So you are such a great resource which leads me to the next thing I want to talk about you have come on this show before, and you do these courses to educate people online on you know how to understand vaccines. Better how to maintain health how to raise our children you know an entire life health course that is still powerful and back let me just here's just a clip of that course that you can take online take look at this. Well, hello everyone we are back again. Welcome to the continuation of module three in the mastering Vaccine Info foundational course in training. Generated by the word,.

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"fauci" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

05:45 min | 4 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"First of all more and more young people you see when you look at it or getting into some significant trouble, not a lot not a high percentage. That's true. The other thing is that when people get infected, we're seeing more and more of lingering signs and symptoms so that when you clear the virus, you may have weeks or months or so in which. You just not quite right and the final thing is that they've recently done a study that was published in the Journal of the American. Medical Association cardiology with people recovered even from disease that wasn't that severe. When you do MRI's or imaging sensitive imaging, you can see things like inflammation of the heart. Now, they may not be symptomatic, but we WANNA make sure that six months or years from now they don't wind up with unexplained me is premature heart attacks or cardiomyopathy. So the situation is not wrapped up about what is the full impact of this which means we have to take it very seriously even among people. Who are obviously in trouble and die? There's other people that we need to be concerned about. All right. We'll take a quick break but don't go away because when we come back Dr Fauci will tell you when and where you need to wear a mosque. So stick around. Welcome back to the daily social distancing show. So earlier, today I spoke with Dr Anthony Fauci. Here's the second half of our interview. Many people say. That they will only take a vaccine once Dr Foul she says. The vaccine is safe. My question to you is if everyone's asking Dr, Ouchi who does doctor felt she asked Wendy you think vaccine is safe. I. Look at the Data Trebek in fact, the data and Safety Monitoring Board, which is an independent group that monitors the the trials they look at data they analyze it with independent statisticians and they will say this is effective and then you look at the number of people that have been on trial for a period of an additional. Thirty to sixty days, and if you don't see any obvious serious adverse events than I would consider that effective and safe and I would take it myself. You know that we should wear masks when we are indoors and macos environment but feels like this confusion when it comes to a few other things. So I'm just GONNA shoot a few rapid-fire ones that you have written them down and you just tell me yes or no whether or not we should be wearing a mosque. Should be wearing a mosque if I'm riding my bike out on the streets, not necessarily know but you should have with you. In case you come into close contact with people on the outside. But if you're alone, there's nobody near you and you're riding your bike, you don't need to wear the mask. Okay. What about if I'm eating in a restaurant where they are open should I put my mosque between courses because I can take to into after put it on between. The causes? Yeah I think because there's enough movement and people that are usually within six feet that you probably should. What I do is I, put it around my neck and then I could you know eat drink and then put it back up when you're waiting for the way to something's occur. But now people have said that the coronavirus on your neck. So should I put it on my neck or can I get cornerstone my neck when the LAS comeback to my mouth Good question. If you just flip it up and down, you won't. You don't WanNa put your hand on the outside of it. Got It in an empty elevator. Can I do I put my Moscow? Well, you know the answer is when the door opens somebody's might walk in and you have no idea who you know who's GonNa walk in so you might want to just keep it on by the way. Let me show. You see this. This is what will you have it on you go like this Bingo and you're okay then you go like this Bingo is up what if you're talking to somebody and they don't understand what you're saying do you put it down to? Say something or do you just like like practice saying it louder. Again repeated. That's a really good point because when you then put down, you tend to speak louder with more force and that's when all of the particles. If they're there if you're infected will come out, I would leave the mask on all right and then my final one. If you in a movie theater, some people are going to movies around the country and you're watching Christopher Nolan's and you movie tenants right and then there's only two people in the cinema. Do you put your Moscone or do you keep it off if they're so physically distanced away from you? You probably could keep it off but remember you gotta be careful because in the theater if there's not good ventilation, there could be aristotle than that myself. What I would do I would probably keep it on just to be safe. Because I'm indoors. That's the reason because I'm indoors. Okay. We'll Dr Fauci I. Hope we see you again soon I opened it's not six months and I hope that we don't have a worst case of coronavirus. Must thank you for taking the time. Don't forget to do your vocal warm-ups. It helps me a lot before I I talk for a long time and lost the last thing I will say to you is. Would, you consider getting one of those celebrity phone numbers? So then you could just text everybody personally then we could just like celebrities tex people go like, Hey, my concert is coming out you could do that in just tell us hey, guys here's the update for corona just a thought you should consider doctor I will do that. Thank you. Thank. You look after yourself and thanks for joining us and you to stay safe take care. Thank you so much for your time Dr Chee. Show for tonight's. But before we go last week, we introduced the pandemic. 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"fauci" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

07:56 min | 6 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

"So, let's jump right in my guest. Today is somebody who needs no introduction. If you've watched the news or heard the radio or read the newspaper, you know who Dr Anthony Fauci is. Thank you so much for taking the time. Doctor FAUCI I got I gotta ask I. Know You just came in from a meeting from the White House? What are your days like right now? They're really rather hectic I kind of divide them in the morning. You know my my primary job. My Day job is I referred to it as the director. Of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and we're very deeply in heavily involved right now in the development of vaccines and therapeutic, so things are really going hot and heavy, so I spend the first half of the day in the morning and into the early afternoon. Here, and then I generally go down to the White House for the Task Force meetings and discussions with Vice, president with the Task Force throughout the afternoon, and then into the evening we come back and stay here till the wee hours of the morning today we did it backwards today. I was down at the White House this morning, and that's where I was literally forty five minutes ago, and now I'll be here in my office for the rest of the afternoon, so we've sort of switched it, so Dr. you're telling me at one fourteen PM. You're just now getting into work. That's right one of those later rises you know. Nothing going on right now anyway. It seems like you're burning the candle at both ends and unlike me, you're a bit of a spring chicken, so that's a good think, but but honestly what? What keeps you motivated on these long days. I can't imagine doing this almost for six months now. How do you keep your motivation? Well, you know it really is. You have to be up to the task of the seriousness of the problem. It's so clear that we are in a very difficult situation globally and in the United States I, mean we're having a a massive outbreak currently literally in the last couple of weeks we've seen the flare ups in the South and southeastern part of the country. You know four states, California Arizona Texas and Florida or accounting for fifty two percent of all the new cases, so it's really concentrated in an area that we've got to put that fire out. I know it's unfortunate. Everybody wants to and needs to understandably try to reopen because we can't stay lockdown forever, but as we've seen in the attempts to reopen at least in the states that are involved, it hasn't turned out well. We had surging of cases now we have increase in hospitalizations and soon we'll be seeing some increases in deaths. Those are the things we've just got to turn around that trend. If we're ever going to successfully open in a way that could get us back to some form of normality, so we're in a very critical period right now. You. I just can't slack off because this is. You know this is really it's crunch time now it's life or death. You know what what are the things is someone who spends a lot of time thinking about how to communicate complex topics in science in public health is that we've had this really complex moment where the science is unfolding in real time. We're dealing with a virus that we've never as A. A species dealt with before and the recommendations that we make. People have changed over time. You are a remarkably gifted communicator honed over a long time, really thinking about how to communicate these complexities to people and I. Want to ask you. What is your process as you think about relaying complex quickly changing messages to a public that is both scared and frustrated. In their minds sick of this already. Well I think the first thing. There are a couple of guidelines that I've used now for decades and one of the things that you've got to speak in a way that people can understand what you're talking about often scientists physicians. Health Authorities speak in such archaic way that that that they get they confuse the public. You gotta be really very consistent and very very clear in what your messages the other thing is. You've got to maintain credibility, so you've really got to tell things as they really are. You never won frightened or overly and inappropriately allom the public. But you should not. Keep from the public information that they really need to know because if you do either of those sugarcoated or over exaggerated, sooner or later, people are not gonNA listen to what you're saying. and. You also got to be consistent and then also don't be afraid if you do not know the answer to something to say I don't know the answer, one of the worst things that you can do when you communicate is to guess there's no room for guessing. You, either you know, or you don't, and if you don't, you say that you don't know and I think that's one of the things. Some people get in trouble at 'cause they can. And then the speculation gets taken as Dogma and then you really have inaccuracies. and. That's the that's the interesting thing one of the. Frustrations we've had in communicating to the public. The things that they personally can do to protect themselves been around masks, a lot of the guidance early on was that masks should be spared for four professionals on the front lines which led to this message where masks weren't effective and now one of the most important things we tell folks to do is wear a mask. Where do you feel like we went wrong on that message in? What could we have done better in terms of communicating that message early? That is really a very good point and and I'm glad you brought it up kind of as the prototype of messaging because it was one of those things. That is really lead to confusion and is interfering now credibility of of the fact that we really do need to make sure we met we. We wear masks universally right now. So early on the communication. And I think the communication mistake. was that. We were trying to make sure that the healthcare workers had enough p including masks. It was at a time very different from now when there really was a critical, real and potential shortage, and we wanted to make sure that we protected the healthcare workers. who were every day putting themselves in harm's way to take care of individuals? What got I. Think a little bit misrepresented in that message was not that it was just. We wanted to preserve them, but they don't really work that well anyway. So that was the mistake. Because in fact, there's no doubt. That wearing a mask. Is better than not having a mask for the general public, and then what happened subsequent to that is that a few things evolved which made it even more compelling to wear a mask a? Data started to come out that it really is effective. Before it was kind of wishy washy the data, but then you did Meta analysis of studies of wearing masks or not, it became clear that it's effective both to protect me from infecting you, and also to protect you from affecting me secondly when it became clear and this I think is the real compelling part. That we have a considerable percentage. Of, individuals are without symptoms. Twenty to forty percent yeah, sometimes in some studies forty five percent. Which means that many people are inadvertently innocently, not knowing their infecting and spreading the infection, so the idea about having somebody wear a mask both to protect themselves, but just in case. They may.

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"fauci" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

05:23 min | 6 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed

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"fauci" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

08:04 min | 7 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Don't do that anymore. That's all that's all, but then there's going to be this whole. Other Group of people that are like yen also. I had a bad date and fuck. That guy cancel him so. Yes, you are right. There are going to be some things that may ruin this situation, but. If there are something and again I don't even think aunt. Jemima is a movement of black lives. Matter like I think it's white. Ladies that are like guilty. You know what I mean. It's what it feels like. There's all these. I've never heard black people. Come out and say get rid of all this year. They definitely are like look. This is I don't like seeing it. I'm sure I'm sure I don't like seeing it a symptom of all these other things that are happening to me. Like with the confederate flag in Nascar right so it's like. BUBBA Watson was like more black people come way. So Wallace sorry. I want more people to come and watch NASCAR. They don't because it feels uncomfortable, right? And so take down the flag. It makes these people feel uncomfortable. You're fine with it. Let's just find. Like that is okay, but I hear what you're saying that like. It can get out of Control and ruin the movement. There's also all these silly white gestures that are happening I saw a tweet. Somebody put out that was like. Send some money Ben Mow your black friends right now. They're going through a hard time and people were doing it. There's all these stories of like these black ladies whatever that were like i. just got a Ben Mo for like ten dollars from my friend, that said. Have a coffee on me, so the the guy like. Fuck that is coming from. Chaz, so that chas thing in Seattle. That is what they encouraged was to. Your black friend ten dollars. And that was it was that specific amount and looked at it was like why ten dollars and they were like. If you were for the movement and about the movement, you can give somebody ten dollars and tell him you're sorry, so that's that's kind of where that is coming from. Real quick people did it. Like because of you can't hug or you can't talk to anybody. It makes me as a small business. No I don't want to hire women. I. Don't even want to be put in that place. Dead Serious of fucking stupid. It isn't because here's the thing. It's the fear of a lawsuit and I've had this I've had this discussion with three other friends of mine who owned companies like this right and I'm like. Where are you hiring these days? A Dude, Wiesner man, take a Myron dudes and I didn't want to deal with. Whatever I might say or somebody jokingly says in the officer. Some gesture that might might be taken the wrong way because the sexual harassment suit is the sexual harassment suit. I have two friends who companies that are going through it right now, and I go, what was the case and they broke down to me and I was like so they just want money then I'm like yeah, and it's an easy way to get money. And I was like shit and I was like. What are you GonNa? Do about this and he goes I. Tell You exactly fucking do. Can't hire women now because I'm afraid of it. Every fucking time I walk into the office that some asshole or somebody's GonNa say something somewhere and he goes. I don't even want to deal with that when I walk into work every day. That is the last thing I want to deal with on top of the other shit that I have to do. Three friends now who owned companies, said this two of them are under sexual harassment lawsuits, not from themselves, but from other things with coworkers, or whatever one of them was a bad date at one of the Co workers went on with the girl. And you know some businesses are asking you to sign as that, you can't date employees, and all that other shit military already has it which we talked to yesterday and it's like. If. You're just looking at come in. Do your job go home without any problems, lawsuits or anything else like that's kind of what that did at least mentally for me. And that's just me being honest about it where it's like man, there's enough things that are fucked up throughout the day I. don't even want to think about somebody dating somebody else doing that whole shit like I just don't because it doesn't come down to them to anymore. It comes back in the company and we get sued, and it's just like come on. Man so that's kind of what this is done. Now, the NFL and other organizations are trying to force in hirings right now. I personally think that's a mistake. Because of what could happen? If something's there. Those those are the easiest losses. To Walk in and out of and that's all I think. Some of these movements get thrown off course. But Hey that's just me. Personally and I'm just telling you my honest feeling on it. I know you would be fine working with women. You complain about it all the time of. Women working here, but I mean yes, and no, but yeah like I. You know. I've famously been anti-feminist for that reason. where I just was like, that's not gonNA help. Help the real cause which is like? Keep your head down work. fucking hard. Do the best you can. Figure it out, but also I also personally at the same time like things do need to change a little bit, but at the same time I'm not sure how that happens and I don't think suing people and. You know frivolous lawsuits and things about bad dates or Anything like that is the answer, but. I don't know yeah. Look me personally. I'm one of those people go to work like I? Don't need to be friends anybody who work with. I'm fine to do the job and go home and everything else i. don't even need that interaction, but a lot of workplaces do. Especially, if you're in cubicles and all that other shit like. So. I don't know that's just me. I'd like to talk about fucking fire in Dr Fallacy though right now. I chatted about him yesterday. How was all done with with his bullshit and the bobble heads and everything else? I thought we were fine with that. Right like we're all done now this morning. He says that. There's no way he thinks. Football can be played at all this fall because of covid. Football. Besides you and my children and my parents, that is my favorite thing in the world. I would put that a little bit higher on the list then who me nick you. Maybe it would be the parents. Football depends on and then me a higher states recruitment. The kids by the way. The other one exactly yeah. It depends on states recruitment class. Realize maybe. National Championship this year, but yeah ooh when I hear this. Because of who he is, and now people are gonNA. Take this seriously. We've already been back the Kidman practicing now for two weeks. They've been back. By saying this and putting this out in the public and putting this in people's minds. You'RE GONNA have some I mean is if the left coast needed any more reason to be pussies now you're going to have those coaches being dont you've found. She said it and he works for Champ. She's worked for every president since Reagan, so yeah I. Don't care who it is. He's been in there. I'm all done with his fucking bullshit. He lied about the mass yesterday. Right well, he came clean about lying but yeah. Either way you lie, no! Lie yesterday. Dirty and then I took a shower like. Fuck that Guy Saint I understand on his side. I'm on your side I want out of there. I want him gone I do. And that little fucker. He's what eighty one years old. How old is Dr Fauci? Seventy nine..

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"fauci" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:04 min | 9 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Fauci the nation's leading voice on infectious diseases is increasingly at odds now with president trump who sees the pandemic guidelines as a barrier to restarting the economy ahead of the November election president calling found she's warning to a Senate committee Tuesday about schools reopening in the fall and unacceptable answer there have been moments of friction between the president and Dr Fauci but perhaps never like this he wants to play all sides of the equation I think we're going to have a tremendous fourth quarter I think we're gonna have a transitional third quarter Mr trump was complaining about found his warnings against relaxing restrictions too quickly believing that could cause a new spike in cases Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer who's facing mass protests insisting she removes stayed home guidelines quickly comes to found his defense I think he's been one of the consistent people on the national stage who has given us accurate information in an unvarnished way with her has been mentioned as a possible running mate for Joe Biden Bob Costantini Washington when the news time three oh eight said head of his congressional testimony later today a government whistle blowers who says he was ousted from his job for warning the trump administration about the coming fanned Amick he is warning of potentially dark times ahead Dr Rick bright says unless the government moves decisively to prevent the virus rebound America is looking at the darkest winter in modern history in prepared testimony bright will tell a house panel he fears unprecedented illness and death unless the nation develops a national coordinated response rooted in science listing and national testing strategy among other things the White House as urges states to take the lead on testing a federal watchdog agency has found reasonable grounds that bright was removed from heading the biomedical advanced research and development authority for sounding the alarm about the nation's virus preparedness Sager make ani Washington over aggressive social distancing enforcement by the NYPD has been caught on video the top cop calls a disturbing but he bristles at those who would call it racist police commissioner Dermot Shea calls the videos disturbing but I will push back strongly on any notion that this is business as usual for the NYPD or that this is quote unquote racist policing the commissioner says by any measurement arrest civilian complaints use of force his department is using a soft touch America Blasio says in the future social distancing will be encouraged through education and community groups but I'm not taking that and for sprint roll off the playing field because we have to save lives in this unprecedented moment I don't want to assess any wrongdoing in the videos will be dealt with but he also calls them the exception and not the norm L. Jones ten ten wins news New York City counts being questioned in connection with a homicide on Long Island two men were childhood friends in Farmingdale Nassau County police commissioner Patrick Ryder said they two met up and argued and one fatally shot the other in the head ed the victim was found dead on Lincoln road rider said the shooter is in New York City police officer our information is.

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"fauci" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Maybe we should just have his phone. And then they do, but then and unscrupulous person says oh well, it's just Sean Hannity we shouldn't be listening to them. Then they say oh, no, IT IS SEAN HANNITY! We hate that guy. So why don't we secretly feed this information? Information to the media or someone else they shouldn't be allowed to do it. And that's what we should really keep Americans out of this, and it should be for foreigners in American. It's connected to the phone call. There has to be an absolute massacre that can only be uncovered by a regular court. So or if you're involved, you actually truly are involved in espionage. Then it's obviously is reasonable on unmask the person but. They're real dangers. Here's my fear is. We're not going to really fix this and I've told the president this. They're gonNA. Give you fake reform, and really as as much as far as good on some issues on this he's not. He's a big advocate of the of the deep state as far as intelligence power, and he's fought us at every turn. He didn't want any of this legislative reform then when he lost that battle, and the president said No. We have to have some legislative for him. He got involved and this is a package negotiated with Democrats. This is something that Pelosi and Adam Schiff and others agreed to with bill bar. It's not what the real reformers wanted those of us who really want to fix it, so what happened? Trump could never happen again. We're very very disappointed with this package. Let me shift gears here. Anthony FAUCI ran into rand Paul buzzsaw of sorts today. And I agree with a lot of what you said. I respect Dr Pfau chief. He has spent decades of his life. He served six presidents. He save lives. And maybe even a lot of this is through no fault of his own, but even on February twenty-ninth he was telling us that the risk is low Everybody got it wrong. China lied to the world. That's part of the equation Then we have you know these these models. Every one of these models have been wrong and I'm I'm pretty disgusted by all of this. And now we're trying to reopen the country and do it safely, and I think that your right inasmuch as when we write the history books here. Is that all these models? All these predictions have been wrong and I think we. We have to now open the country safely. My benchmark is well. New York State Open because the there's some people that didn't stop working. Providing all the medical equipment, other people that stayed working and stocked all the shelves in every grocery store and drugstore stayed open senator and I saw the same people working there, and I see him there now, and they wore masks, and they all seem to be okay with the mask you've had corona virus you know at this thing is like it's tough for a lot of people but can we open safely and I think Massar big part of the answer. I think the main thing is that there are a lot of people are experts. I don't doubt that foul. She is sincere. He wants what's best for the country, but he's an extremely extremely cautious person, and if we listen to, his voice will never open the schools in. We'll never get moving again, so we have to listen to a variety of experts that Neil Ferguson from from England turns out that he predicted two million deaths and his conservative estimate if they did all.

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"fauci" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on What It Takes

"You just can't. Let's go home and have dinner type. It doesn't work. You don't go home. And then when you're in the middle of anthrax crisis do you ever ever think about retirement? No No I. I'm just going to keep working until until I I feel and I think I have a pretty good radar screen for that that I'm not at the top of my game and right now I think I'm even more than on the top of my game because if you if you keep your energy up and you build on experience that's really the ticket you know and I'm in a field where accumulation of knowledge and experience in difficult situations make you well suited to play a very special room. If you don't learn from experiences than you know you can just burn out. Run OUT OF RUN OUT OF TIME BUT I. I don't really think about retirement. Anthony Faouzi thank you so much for your time good to be with you my pleasure. Dr Anthony Fauci medical and public service. Pioneer there really is no better word dr FAO. She is the director of the Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and NIH. Just outside of Washington D. C. He's the winner of the National Medal of Science and the Presidential Medal of freedom both bestowed by President George W Bush doctor fouled she spoke with. Npr's Nina Totenberg for the Academy of Achievement. In two thousand seventeen and I have to end on the last question Nina. Ask the good doctor. His answer earns him the final word. I'm Alice Winkler. And this is what it takes if heaven exists What would you like to hear? God say when you arrive at the pearly gates. That's assuming you're arriving at the pearly gates. Yes I'm assuming you did a good job. I'M GONNA make you go back as Mickey Mantle.

Anthony Faouzi Nina Totenberg Dr Anthony Fauci Institute of Allergy and Infec director National Medal of Science Academy of Achievement Mickey Mantle dr FAO anthrax Alice Winkler Npr President George W Bush NIH Washington