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Greg Gutfeld Has a Very Brief Moment of Vaccine Clarity

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the five On Tuesday, host Greg Gutfeld advised not to downplay the importance of vaccines and praised Operation Warp Speed ​​— something that could prove difficult for some Fox News viewers.

What turned out to be a fleeting moment of clarity on the issue came during a roundtable of Fox News hosts in response to President Joe Biden’s announcement that the COVID pandemic was “over.”

Before Gutfeld even thought about it, Dana Perino and Jesse Waters offered some potential reasons why some in the Biden administration were reluctant to adopt Biden’s ad.

“He didn’t mean it because we need money to flow to the colleges that we care about, they’re worried about Medicaid money, they’re probably worried about canceling student debt because it all depends on that,” Perino said.

Perino added that the matter reflected badly on the White House to obtain prior registration 60 minutes Interview airs without the attention of those in the administration dealing with COVID being drawn to Biden’s comments. In fact, it has been reported that several senior health officials have become aware of the president’s remarks on Twitter and through news reports.

Waters also claimed that “there is a lot of money to be made”.

“They have the emergency powers they have to keep,” he said. With a pandemic of this magnitude being a once-in-a-century event, he continued, “Do you think Democrats are going to wait another 100 years for this to happen? They have to ride this wave!”

Gutfeld, who has suggested in the past that people should not receive booster doses during the coronavirus outbreak and has criticized his employer’s remote work policy, prefaced his reaction to the fallout from Biden’s suspension with blunt advice.

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“We can’t have it both ways. We can’t salute Operation Warp Speed ​​and then laugh about vaccines,” he said, referring to the government’s vaccine initiative initiated in the Trump administration that the former president has long boasted about. “Vaccines may not prevent the coronavirus, but they certainly reduce its severity. That is what they are there for.”

From there, however, the Fox host claimed without evidence that the disease was “more than likely” man-made.

“I get crazy when I think we did. We ‘mean humanity, and by humanity I mean the American and Chinese scientists,” he said. “I think we’re constantly lectured by experts about climate change, about nutrition, about all of this harmful stuff, and they have exploded and created something that has killed at least 7 million people all over the world.”

Gutfeld then predicted, similar to Waters, that those in power, many of whom had acquired “the first taste of power,” would use it for other purposes.

“This is a model for climate activists and elites who have seen how the world obeys restrictions on freedom and how that can be turned into a climate blueprint,” he said. “They saw they could do it. They could do it again, but it’s not going to be about a pandemic. It’s going to be, like, you’re going to have to restrict — you’re going to have to shut down for a while because it reduces carbon.”

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