Dr. Fauci Did Not Respond If ‘Women’s March’ Was A Super Spreader; Quick To Point Out Trump’s Rally As “Asking For Trouble”


Dr. Fauci, who has been criticizing President Trump’s campaign rallies and Thanksgiving dinners, failed to comment when asked if the “Women’s March” that took place over the weekend in D.C. was a spreader.

Thousands of women gathered in Washington, D.C. on Saturday as a protest to the nomination and confirmation of Judge Amy Coney-Barrett to the Supreme Court.

When asked by the Washington Examiner, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases didn’t give a comment.

Washington Examiner says:

Fauci made headlines Sunday for again condemning an event held at the White House last month when Trump announced the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

“When I saw that on TV, I said, ‘Oh my goodness. Nothing good can come out of that. That’s got to be a problem.’ And then, sure enough, it turned out to be a superspreader event,” Fauci said this weekend of the White House event, which hosted about 150 people.

He added that he was “absolutely not” surprised that Trump contracted COVID-19 days after.

Dr. Fauci had also condemned Trump’s recent campaign rallies, including a campaign event in Florida, which he hosted.

“We know that that is asking for trouble, when you do that,” he said.