Leading infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci has shockingly recommended that all major holidays through the end of the year are canceled.
Citing increasing infection rates among covidiots, which include Donald Trump, Herman Cain, Justin Turner, and anyone who was stupid enough to go to any massive cult gatherings with no social distancing, Dr. Fauci said that there is essentially no choice left.
He spoke with America’s Last Line of Defense reporter Trish Blake in an exclusive interview.
“The virus is out of control. The only ways we have to stop it right now are through social distancing and mask wearing. We’ve been communicating this since early on. The problem we’re facing now is that we have a bunch of people who believe Donald Trump over scientists and doctors. How stupid and gullible do you have to be to believe Donald Trump about anything?
Fortunately, emergency powers granted to the CDC during the Obama Administration, you know, back when we had competent leadership? allow for the CDC to implement some specific actions to stop the mass spread of disease. We didn’t want it to come down to cancelling Thanksgiving and Christmas, but the way that we see it, there’s no choice.
Besides, the depiction of Santa Claus is morbidly obese and Christmas is really only the Winter Solstice celebration day, which was stolen from the Pagans. Want to truly honor Jesus Christ? Wear an effing mask and stop being part of a gullible cult.”
A quick fact check on Dr. Fauci’s claim that the CDC could steal Christmas turned up an autographed copy of “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” by his colleague Dr. Seuss.
It is unclear as to whether the CDC can actually implement canceling Federal Holidays.
What is known is that all non-Christian and nontraditional holidays that are celebrated by minorities in the United States will not be impacted.
The rationale for that is that the people celebrating those holidays are smart enough to understand that the spirit of the holiday lies in their hearts, which don’t exist in the average patriotic American.