Whereas the printed networks spent Monday night echoing Dr. Anthony Fauci’s complaints in opposition to fed up Individuals spending Thanksgiving with their households, and CBS blasted Florida for retaining faculties open, none of them shared his Sunday feedback arguing that children ought to stay at school and his admission that children don’t unfold the virus as a lot as they feared.

It was a revelation contemplating the incontrovertible fact that Fauci and different so-called specialists pushed a coverage that had harmed tens of millions of American kids for years to come back. And the liberal media didn’t care.

Fortunately, Fox Information Channel host Tucker Carlson was prepared to talk fact to the madness by calling out Fauci and the liberal media with the details.

After chiding the media for fawning over President-Elect Biden’s cupboard picks just like the groupies they had been, Carlson drew consideration to what they needed lined up. “Oh, one different factor, the nation’s public well being institution has tortured your kids for eight months for no obvious cause. That occurred. That story has not acquired lots of protection nevertheless it’s been confirmed tonight,” he mentioned. “The authorities have admitted it.”

Including: “However essentially the most superb half — and this actually is the headline of the story — is that they knew they had been improper after they did it. However they saved mendacity about it at the same time as American kids started to kill themselves.

With the Monday night newscasts solely quoting Fauci as saying the nation was going through “a surge on prime of a surge” due to folks touring for Thanksgiving, not one of the broadcast networks shared this soundbite:

 

 

Shut the bars and preserve the faculties open is what we actually say. Clearly, you do not have one dimension suits all. However as I mentioned up to now, and as you precisely quoted me, the default place ought to be to strive as finest as potential, inside cause, to maintain the youngsters at school or to get them again to highschool. [Transition] If you happen to have a look at the information, the unfold amongst kids and from kids shouldn’t be actually very huge in any respect, not like one would have suspected.

Fauci mentioned this to ABC’s Martha Raddatz, who was filling in as host of This Week on Sunday. Not even ABC’s World Information Tonight shared the soundbite.

“However wait a second, why is that this simply now occurring to Tony Fauci? Is not this Fauci’s whole job to, quote, ‘have a look at the information?’ Sure, it’s. And, but, someway he by no means thought to do this,” Carlson declared. From there, he cited research from the Journal of the American Medical Affiliation and Lancet printed in April and June (respectively) that discovered kids weren’t in severe hazard from the virus.

Carlson even reviewed the loss of life fee amongst school-aged children and found no actual risk to them there both (click on “develop”):

Take into account the state of New Jersey. That is one of many states hit hardest by the coronavirus. Thus far, in New Jersey not a single school-aged youngster has died from the coronavirus. Not one. Many kids have died from automobile accidents and fires and drug ODs and suicides. None have died from COVID-19.

In California, the most important state in the USA, 40 million folks reside there, a complete of two folks beneath the age of 18 have died from the coronavirus. Two. The numbers nationwide in line with the newest CDC numbers, 123 Individuals beneath the age of 18 have died from the coronavirus. 123 out of 350 million.

We shut the faculties anyway. Crushing tens of millions of children, affecting their futures in methods we will not even perceive at this level nevertheless it’s clear it is unhealthy. Actually unhealthy in some circumstances.

Noting that some would argue that closing faculties was about defending academics and employees, he then identified that, relying on age, academics had a 99.5 to 99.98 p.c likelihood of survival. That’s to not point out Fauci admitting children don’t unfold the virus.

Carlson additionally reviewed how distant studying techniques had been failing to adequately serve many college students (click on “develop”):

However for proper now, with incomplete knowledge, this is what we all know. In Saint Paul, Minnesota, for instance, 40 p.c of all grades given this yr have been F’s. And you may make sure they’re grading frivolously. But it surely’s nonetheless double the traditional quantity of failures. In Fairfax County Virginia, the variety of center and highschool college students with failing grades in two or extra lessons has elevated by 83 p.c. The variety of college students with disabilities who’re failing two or extra lessons has elevated by greater than one hundred pc.

In lots of college districts, big numbers of children by no means even registered for on-line lessons.

And as CBS’s double standard in outrage in school shutdowns proved, the liberal media solely cared about giving their children an excellent training.

The community cover-up of Dr. Anthony Fauci saying children ought to be at school was made potential due to profitable sponsorships from Norton Antivirus on ABC, Gillette on CBS, and Consumer Cellular on NBC. Their contact data is linked so you may inform them in regards to the biased information they fund.

The transcript is under, click on “develop” to learn:

Fox Information Channel’s Tucker Carlson Tonight
November 30, 2020
8:01:35 p.m. Jap

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TUCKER CARLSON: Oh, one different factor, the nation’s public well being institution has tortured your kids for eight months for no obvious cause. That occurred. That story has not acquired lots of protection nevertheless it’s been confirmed tonight. The authorities have admitted it.

60 million American kids languishing of their rooms since spring, sitting in entrance of screens studying nothing, remoted from human contact, in lots of circumstances pushed to psychological sickness. We will now report there was no cause for any of that the specialists had been improper. They’d no thought what they had been doing.

However essentially the most superb half — and this actually is the headline of the story — is that they knew they had been improper after they did it. However they saved mendacity about it at the same time as American kids started to kill themselves.

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8:03:15 p.m. Jap

Here is Anthony Fauci on Sunday. And as you watch this, take into account that this man on the display is main our response, America’s response to the coronavirus.

DR. ANTHONY FAUCI: Shut the bars and preserve the faculties open is what we actually say. Clearly, you do not have one dimension suits all. However as I mentioned up to now, and as you precisely quoted me, the default place ought to be to strive as finest as potential, inside cause, to maintain the youngsters at school or to get them again to highschool. [Transition] If you happen to have a look at the information, the unfold amongst kids and from kids shouldn’t be actually very huge in any respect, not like one would have suspected.

CARLSON: “Oh, I’ve all the time mentioned it’s best to preserve the faculties open,” says the person answerable for America’s coronavirus response to a nation whose faculties have been closed for months. “Proper, I all the time mentioned that. Verify the tape,” as a result of, quote, “If you happen to have a look at the information,” says Anthony Fauci.

However wait a second, why is that this simply now occurring to Tony Fauci? Is not this Fauci’s whole job to, quote, “have a look at the information?” Sure, it’s. And, but, someway he by no means thought to do this. That is our corona czar.

Over the summer time when the information appeared the identical as they do tonight, Fauci defined that he could not actually say if children ought to be allowed to go to highschool. It was, quote, “Sophisticated.” Besides it wasn’t sophisticated. It wasn’t sophisticated then. It isn’t sophisticated now.

In April, many months in the past, a examine by the Journal of the American Medical Affiliation discovered that school-aged kids who get the coronavirus. quote, “develop solely delicate signs and sometimes get better inside two weeks.” Months later, similar story. In June, a examine within the Lancet affirmed this. Quote, “COVID-19 is usually a gentle illness in kids together with in infants.”

Different research discovered the very same factor. No examine has discovered something however that. There was by no means a lot query about it. However in case you are searching for extra proof, examine the loss of life fee. These are publicly obtainable. Deaths are usually not exhausting to trace.

Take into account the state of New Jersey. That is one of many states hit hardest by the coronavirus. Thus far, in New Jersey not a single school-aged youngster has died from the coronavirus. Not one. Many kids have died from automobile accidents and fires and drug ODs and suicides. None have died from COVID-19.

In California, the most important state in the USA, 40 million folks reside there, a complete of two folks beneath the age of 18 have died from the coronavirus. Two. The numbers nationwide in line with the newest CDC numbers, 123 Individuals beneath the age of 18 have died from the coronavirus. 123 out of 350 million.

We shut the faculties anyway. Crushing tens of millions of children, affecting their futures in methods we will not even perceive at this level nevertheless it’s clear it is unhealthy. Actually unhealthy in some circumstances.

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CARLSON: In accordance with the Heart for Illness Management, a complete of 522 kids between the ages of 5 and 14 died of suicide in 2017. in that very same age group, solely 42 kids have died from the coronavirus to this point this yr.

What are these suicide numbers going to appear to be if we proceed to take Nancy Pelosi’s recommendation in regards to the well being of our youngsters? We have already got some indications of that. Future years will reveal the entire image. And you may make sure it will likely be horrifying.

However for proper now, with incomplete knowledge, this is what we all know. In Saint Paul, Minnesota, for instance, 40 p.c of all grades given this yr have been F’s. And you may make sure they’re grading frivolously. But it surely’s nonetheless double the traditional quantity of failures. In Fairfax County Virginia, the variety of center and highschool college students with failing grades in two or extra lessons has elevated by 83 p.c. The variety of college students with disabilities who’re failing two or extra lessons has elevated by greater than one hundred pc.

In lots of college districts, big numbers of children by no means even registered for on-line lessons.

Do you’ve children? Have you learnt anybody who does? They’re studying nothing. These are actual penalties.

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