Fauci Blasted For Condemning Sturgis Motorcycle Rally While Staying Silent On Obama’s 60th Birthday Bash


Critics ripped Dr. Anthony Fauci for neglecting to mention former President Barack Obama’s large birthday party while criticizing the Americans attending the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota. Fauci appeared on MSNBC’s “Meet The Press” on Sunday and warned Americans of returning to normal life with the Delta variant of COVID-19 still spreading. At the prompting of host Chuck Todd, Fauci slammed hundreds of thousands of attendees at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally for gathering. “We have Sturgis, South Dakota, there’s a gathering right now of some 700,000 people. Last year, it was a smaller turnout, and it was over about 150,000 people and it led to a massive outbreak in the Dakotas where they became number one and number two for essentially the rest of the calendar year of cases. What do you expect this rally to do to that part of the country?” Todd asked. “Well, I’m very concerned, Chuck, that we are going to see another surge related to that rally,” Fauci replied. Critics slammed Fauci for chiding the rallygoers in the GOP-controlled state of South Dakota while failing to mention Obama’s 60th birthday party that took place over the weekend and involved hundreds of guests…

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