Dr. Anthony Fauci claimed that it was hard to predict when Americans will be able to mix again indoors, maskless on CNN’s State of the Union Sunday. 

Fauci stated to Dana Bash that it was difficult to know when Americans would be allowed inside again. “I feel that as we see fewer cases and more people getting vaccinated, we will be closer to the normal.

Dana said that he hoped that the date would be soon. However, he couldn’t predict when it would happen.

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Fauci stated that he would need to reduce the amount of cases to well below 10,000 per day to relax the guidelines.

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (Republican from Texas) was among a handful of lawmakers who disagreed with Fauci’s view and asked Google for its assistance.

Matt Rinaldi was the chairman of Republican Party of Texas. He said that Fauci had “committed to the illusion” and he appreciated Rinaldi’s respect.

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Many others called Fauci a clown and stated that he had a “smirk on his face” when Bash asked. Other people suggested that Fauci was reducing the effectiveness of COVID-19.

Many viewers were more critical of the hypocrisy displayed by liberals who call for mandatory masks but are actually breaking the rules. Ex-President Barack Obama, along with many guests, did not wear masks to his famous birthday party on Martha’s Vineyard this summer. Hollywood stars have also gone maskless during award shows and parties, including the glittery Met Gala and the Emmys.

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During his chat with Bash, Fauci gave his blessing for children to enjoy Halloween. Fauci said that the holiday can be enjoyed by children, provided there are no more deaths or cases.

“You can get out there – you’re outdoors for the most part, at least, when my children were out there doing trick-or-treating – and enjoy it,” Fauci said. This is something that kids love. It’s a very important part of the year for children. It’s something I feel my kids enjoy.