Steve Bannon: I’d Put Anthony Fauci’s Head On A Pike As A ‘Warning’

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Yep that is messed up, if that is what he said.

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Fauci while known, would be relatively unknown to the public today if it wasn’t for the task force press briefings that President Trump arranged that were held early on. Probably another expert doctor more to President Trumps liking or beliefs in how the approach the virus would have been a better choice for being in the press briefing addressing the public.

Success against the virus has been limited, at least from the stand point of fear with the public and reported positive infections. Deaths are down and have remained down since May. One possible explanation being that there are now treatments that are helping. Sadly though with more testing being done, it is reported in the press often the climbing number of positive infection cases, often without perspective of how sick or not sick these people are.

With this said, politically I found this article interesting:

“Counties with surges in COVID-19 cases overwhelmingly voted Trump: report”

Kathy Gifford came out with something similar.

It’s unacceptable in this day and age and to say this public. It is a bit of one of those things people say.

It’s a manifestation of societies regression and the culture of death.

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There’s a video.

Kathy Griffin came out with something similar this week, she originally had that revolting episode.

Not a peep from some.

Both are wrong and should not be encouraged

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Bannon’s lawyers are dumping him, they don’t want any association with this guy.

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And she showed the same picture again the other day.
She doesn’t learn - will she be investigated again?

I don’t know. I don’t really follow her.

Probably not. I don’t think reposting will be interpreted as a new incident. The photoshoot was 3 years ago.

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