Nicolle Wallace frets: I’m a triple vaxxed ‘Fauci groupie’ who buys KN95 masks ‘by the caseload’

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Triple-vaxxed, masked-up, yet “fatalistic” MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace, a self-described Anthony Fauci groupie, may be watching too much MSNBC where alarmism is one its primary forms of content, because she seems convinced that she will get the Omicron variant of COVID-19, no matter what.

Taking her at her word, she may need a storage facility to house the number of facial coverings that she says she’s stockpiling.

In a segment on her show “Deadline: White House,” a possibly distraught Wallace started off by questioning Dr. Anne Rimoin, an epidemiology professor at UCLA, about a seemingly abrupt change in isolation guidance from 10 days to five days under certain conditions.

Rimoin responded with some word salad that attempted to justify the revised protocol at least as it relates to healthcare workers.

The Trump-loathing Wallace then asked if she could be “super blunt.”

“Is everyone gonna get it? Everyone I know has COVID right now,” she revealed. Presumably, those in her liberal orbit have also received three jabs.

When Dr. Rimoin made reference to certain “tools” that would prevent widespread infection, Wallace jumped in and said “How? I have used all those tools. I am triple-vaxxed. I wear a mask everywhere except when I sit down, and I put it on before I get up, and I’m gonna get it…so how do you not get Omicron?”

“Nicolle, that’s very fatalistic,” the much more optimistic Ph.D. panelist replied. “I know how you feel; I understand…the masks make a very big difference. I would wear a very high-quality KN95 mask. I think that would make a very big difference in terms of this. I think avoiding places that are very crowded…It’s not inevitable. Of course, boosting is going to be the thing, and vaccinations are really going to keep people out it…if we’ve done everything we can, the likelihood is we are a going to have a more mild version…”

“I don’t feel frustrated; I actually feel relieved. If you’re gonna get one of them, this is the one to get,” Wallace asserted. “I’ve got three shots in whatever, nine months, and I wear my mask everywhere, so if I’m gonna get one, I want this one, not the next one.”

In a reflection of an attempt to change the narrative after one year of the Biden administration, Rimoin endorsed the newly popular talking point in the corporate media that hospitalizations rather than cases now constitutes the appropriate metric at this stage of the pandemic.

During the 2020 presidential campaign, Biden said that he would shut down the virus rather than the economy He now says that there is “no federal solution” to COVID.

Parenthetically, like Dr. Oz, the GOP Senate candidate in Pennsylvania, has said repeatedly, “when you mix medicine and politics, you get politics.”

Wallace, the former communications director in the G.W. Bush White House, also helped drive the late Sen. John McCain’s presidential campaign into the ground. She was somehow insufficiently over the top to make it more than one season as a co-host on “The View,” however.

Lamenting how difficult the situation is for the Biden administration, Wallace then admitted that “I’m a Fauci groupie, a thrice-vaccinated, mask adherent. I buy KN95 masks by the caseload. They’re in every pocket. I wear them everywhere except when I sit down. And I am certain this is not a variant I can outrun.”

As a side note, nearly two years into the pandemic, a CNN medial analyst is now dismissive of cloth masks, describing them as “little more than facial decoration”.”

Wallace is probably a big fan of Dr. Anthony Fauci, 81, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, because he spends most of his time on TV shows like hers rather than looking through a microscope, or studying data about the pandemic, let alone meeting with actual patients.

A 55-year federal bureaucrat, Fauci is set to receive the largest pension in federal government history at $350,000 annually when he retires.

Reacting to Wallace’s Fauci fangirl act, former liberal pundit Dave Rubin quipped “Is there anyone on MSNBC who isn’t mentally ill?”

“Isn’t it a bit late to announce you’re a ‘Fauci groupie’?” the Newsbusters Twitter feed added.

“It’s a cult. You’re in a cult,” the Bongino Report insisted.

Also making the rounds on Twitter is a video featuring Wallace’s MSNBC colleague Rachel Maddow claiming that the COVID vaccine can “stop the virus” before it can mutate.

The left used to be very skeptical of corporate America; now it appears that the left is corporate America.

Social media influencers are also sharing this supercut of Biden, Fauci, and others originally vouching for the efficacy of the vaccine before they modified their position.


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