As crowds chanted

Haw haw yeah let’s get rid of our top experts in contagious diseases as a pandemic rages out of control thanks to a reckless moron driving the bus.

Trump threatened to fire Anthony Fauci, America’s top infectious disease expert, during a midnight rally in Florida 24 hours before the presidential election.

As crowds at the Miami Opa-Locka airport chanted “Fire Fauci”, Trump allowed the chants to continue for several seconds before responding: “Don’t tell anybody, but let me wait until a little bit after the election. I appreciate the advice. I appreciate it.”

He continued: “Nah, he’s been wrong on a lot. He’s a nice man though. He’s been wrong on a lot.”

He didn’t know everything there was to know about the virus at the beginning, that’s true, but then neither did anyone else. He was never as wrong as Trump was every time he said anything on the subject.

Fauci, 79 and one of the world’s foremost infectious diseases experts, has served under six presidents over three decades as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. He is one of the lead experts on Trump’s coronavirus taskforce and has frequently offered frank public health guidance in contrast to the president’s repeated falsehoods on the severity of the Covid-19 pandemic.

So Trump’s fans say fire him, so that more people can die unnecessarily.

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