Lauren Boebert Just Took Fauci On And It Got Ugly!

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, called the uptick in mass shootings “horrifying” when asked on CNN’s “State of the Union” if gun violence is a public health emergency.

Dana Bash, host, asked Dr. Fauci about “another epidemic in the U.S. and that is gun violence” and whether or not it is a public health issue.

“As a public health person, I think you can’t run away from that,” Fauci said on CNN’s “State of the Union” when host Dana Bash asked if gun violence is a “public health emergency.”

U.S. House Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO) took issue with his input on the topic in a tweet this morning, clearly not agreeing with his prognosis of the situation.

“Why is Dr. Fauci commenting on ‘gun violence’ at all?” asked by Boebert in her tweet.

“Shouldn’t he stick to what he knows…” Boebert stated, adding, sarcastically, “once he finds out what exactly that is?”

Lincoln Project Republican turncoat David Weissman responded to Boebert by suggesting, “He’s American, he has a right to an opinion on gun safety.”

Another Twitter agreed with Boebert and replied, “He is mister knows it all.”

While many conservatives have taken issue with Dr. Fauci from the beginning, Republican elected officials have been recently pushing back on him as well.

According to Media Right News report last thursday:

Republican Congressman Jim Jordan (OH) blasted Dr. Fauci during a hearing today for his stance on COVID-19 restrictions and continued mask-wearing as more and more Americans are becoming tired of wearing masks and following CDC guidelines.

A curious Jim Jordan wanted to know when mask-wearing and COVID guidelines could end and what exactly has to happen in order for in his words, our liberty to be restored. Jordan asked, “What is ‘low enough’? Give me a number!”. That was a response to when Dr. Fauci said that COVID numbers have to be low however didn’t give an exact number on the answer to how low which angered the passionate conservative.

Rep. Jordan went on, “Fifteen days to slow the spread turned into one year of lost liberty,”. However, Dr. Fauci didn’t see it the same way as he responded, “You know, you’re indicating liberty and freedom, but I look at it as a public health measure to keep people from dying and going to the hospital.”

Sources: MediaRightNews, Yahoo News, CNN 

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