BUSTED: Dr. Fauci caught NOT wearing mask at a baseball stadium after weeks of lecturing us to wear a face mask in public
MLB finally returned to the field on Thursday. And all eyes were on the defending World Champions – the Washington Nationals. Giving the current pandemic, it’s fitting to invite none other than Dr. Fauci to throw the first pitch. So, on the opening day, Dr. Anthony Fauci throws first pitch at Nationals-Yankees MLB opener.
“I’m quite nervous about it,” the nation’s leading infectious disease expert told the Washington Nationals’ Ryan Zimmerman, who is sitting out the season for safety reasons, citing the virus. “OK, well don’t worry about it,” Zimmerman responded in a tweeted video. “If you bounce it, there’s nobody there to boo you. So, you’ll be good to go.”
Mask for thee, but not for me
After the throw, Dr. Fauci went to his seat. He was seen with two other people, probably his family members, with no mask on. Twitter was ablaze with one user saying: “When he thinks the cameras are off, Fauci makes a mockery of his “social distancing” recommendations and proceeds to brush off his own mask advocacy. “Do as I say, not as I do”
When he thinks the cameras are off, Fauci makes a mockery of his "social distancing" recommendations and proceeds to brush off his own mask advocacy.
— Jordan Schachtel (@JordanSchachtel) July 24, 2020