The Hill reports:
Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, pushed back Wednesday on remarks from Fox News host Tucker Carlson that appeared to question the efficacy of the coronavirus vaccines.
“That’s just a typical crazy conspiracy theory,” Fauci said during an appearance on CNN’s “New Day” on Wednesday. “Why would we not tell people if it doesn’t work?”
“I don’t want to get into arguments about Tucker Carlson, but to me it’s just counter to what we’re trying to accomplish to protect the safety and the health of the American public,” Fauci said of Carlson’s remarks.
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Fauci on Tucker Carlson’s vaccine comments: That’s just a typical crazy conspiracy theory … I don’t have any idea what he’s talking about
Berman: How dangerous is it for him to speculate like that?
Fauci: It’s counter to protecting the safety and health of the American public pic.twitter.com/kiWKUdOlFA
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