Oh the HORROR when fake FACT CHECKS won’t save you. Navarro shreded Fauci and in fact did not go far enough including facts that:

Fauci FUNDED the Wuhan Lab

Fauci PUSHED FOR the genetic creation of deadlier viruses and when research was temporarily SUSPENDED in the the USA by congress, he moved it to Wuhan

Still, It is OUTRAGEOUS that our news media simply cannot stand ANY FACTS getting out there. Said USA Today Spokeswoman Nancy ShreddingGrass “The statements of Navarro are frightening and Difficult to ‘correct’ through our normal fact checking methods” aka .. ITS TRUE SO THEY CAN’T DO SHIT. STILL… the USA TODAY had to put out a rebuttal.

All main stream media operations in America including the NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY, our supposed “sources of truth” are now nothing more than horrific commie dirt bags.


Navarro said of Fauci: “He has been wrong about everything I have interacted with him on. In late January, when I was making the case on behalf of the president to take down the flights from China, Fauci fought against the president’s courageous decision — which might well have saved hundreds of thousands of American lives. When I warned in late January in a memo of a possibly deadly pandemic, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases was telling the news media not to worry.”

The White House said the op-ed was not cleared before publication, and USA Today said Navarro’s op-ed did not meet its standards. The deterioration in the what was once an appearance of unity — however fragile — is likely far from over, as moves by Trump to fire Fauci would likely be met with a backlash by the public and the medical community, and would also be subject to appeals, experts say. Starting in February, Trump said that the coronavirus would “disappear,” “fade away” and/or “go away” more than a dozen times.

Late Wednesday, Bill Sternberg, USA Today editorial page editor, wrote in a note at the top of the op-ed: “Several of Navarro’s criticisms of Fauci — on the China travel restrictions, the risk from the coronavirus and falling mortality rates — were misleading or lacked context. As such, Navarro’s op-ed did not meet USA Today’s fact-checking standards.” He added, “We dealt directly with Navarro and do not know whether he spoke to anyone else at the White House about his statement.”