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WATCH: D.C. Residents Shred Fauci, The Door-To-Door COVID Vax Salesman, In 2021

Way back in 1998, internet media pioneer Matt Drudge told a room full of reporters, “You would be amazed what the ordinary guy knows.” It wa...

Way back in 1998, internet media pioneer Matt Drudge told a room full of reporters, “You would be amazed what the ordinary guy knows.”

It was probably the truest statement ever made in U.S. politics. Americans were reminded of its wisdom yet again after clips from the new PBS documentary “American Masters: Dr. Tony Fauci” showed the face of the pandemic, Fauci, getting blasted by “ordinary” citizens in one of the roughest, toughest parts of the nation’s capital over his claims about the COVID vaccine and the pandemic itself.

In the summer of 2021, Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser and Fauci went door-to-door in Southeast D.C. trying to evangelize the residents into becoming true believers in the COVID vaccine. The evidence indicates that the pair got more than they bargained for.

A man and woman speaking in the documentary clips getting the most attention have been retroactively proven right on just about every point that they raised to the two “experts.”

“People in America are not settled with the information given, so I’m not going to be lining up taking a shot on a vaccination for something that wasn’t clear in the first place,” the unidentified man said.

He even questioned how a vaccine could be trusted when it was created at such blazing speed.

“And then you all take a shot in miraculous time. It takes years to create a vaccine,” he continued.

“Nine months is definitely not enough for nobody to be taking no vaccination that you all came up with,” he argued.

Bowser meekly defended the vaccination by saying, “The only reason I’m talking to you right now, as close as we are, is that I’ve been vaccinated. But if thousands of people like you don’t get vaccinated, you’re going to let this virus continue to percolate in this country and in this world.”

The man would not budge.

“Something like the common flu then, right?” the man interjected.

After some back and forth, with Fauci arguing that COVID is way more dangerous than the flu, Bowser appeared to understand that she had been defeated.

“You gonna pass?” she asked.

“When you start talking about paying people to get vaccinated, when you start trying to incentivize people with other things, then something else is going on,” he added.

As the public health team walked away, he shouted after them that their “campaign is about fear. It’s about inciting fear in people. You all attack people with fear.” That’s what this pandemic is. It’s a fear, it’s fear, this pandemic. That’s all it is.”

That same man disagreed with the official COVID death toll count.

Well, we know the gentleman is correct. Now, folks like Fauci are saying Americans will “likely” learn to live with COVID as we do the flu. It’s seasonal and here to stay. Fauci himself admitted that COVID deaths were being overcounted in some instances in 2021.

Then there was another woman in Anacostia who also wasn’t picking up what Fauci was putting down.

“Well, I heard that [the vaccine] doesn’t cure it and doesn’t stop you from getting it … sooo,” she said, perhaps wondering what the point was.

“On the very, very, very very rare chance that you do get it even if you’re vaccinated, you don’t even feel sick. It’s like you don’t even know you got infected. It’s very, very good at protecting you.”

Contrary to Fauci’s insistence that the vaccines work as advertised except in “very, very, very rare” occasions, we know that “breakthrough” infections occur and that the vax touted by Fauci at that time became less effective over time. Five shots later, and now health officials say Americans should get a yearly shot — again, like the flu. Other data show that natural immunity is as protective against severe illness and death from COVID.

In other words, the “ordinary” guys appear to be right and the self-proclaimed experts were wrong on COVID. It is nothing new, but it sure is nice seeing it on camera.

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