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Fauci Demands Vaccine Hesitant 'Get Over This Political Statement'

Leah Barkoukis / Townhall Tipsheet
Dr. Anthony Fauci vented his frustration with unvaccinated Americans on Wednesday during a segment with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, in which he called on those who have not been vaccinated to “get over this political statement.”

“This is not complicated. We’re not asking anybody to make a political statement one way or another,” Fauci said. “We’re saying, try to save your life, and that of your family, and that of your community.

“We have so many things, as you said, so many diseases that I deal with that don’t have solutions,” he continued. “It’s very frustrating. You don’t have a treatment, you don’t have a vaccine. Here we have a vaccine that’s highly, highly effective in preventing disease and certainly in preventing severe disease and hospitalization.

 “It’s easy to get, it’s free and it’s readily available so you’ve got to ask, what is the problem? Get over it,” Fauci demanded. “Get over this political statement and try to save the lives of yourself and your family.”

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Army veteran, potential GOP Senate candidate, accuses Twitter of flagging July 4 post of his salute in uniform
Retired Army Captain Sam Brown sustained severe burns from an IED explosion in Afghanistan
An Army veteran who appears to be eyeing a Senate run in Nevada is taking aim at Twitter for flagging his Fourth of July tweet for "potentially sensitive content."

Retired Army Captain Sam Brown, a Purple Heart recipient and a potential GOP challenger to Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., commemorated Independence Day by sharing a photo of himself offering a salute in uniform with the text "Freedom isn't free."

"On July 4, 1776, America was born. On July 4, 2021, we’re still the best country on this planet," Brown wrote. 

However, since Brown made the tweet, a warning was slapped on the patriotic post. (For those not logged into Twitter, the warning read, "The following media includes potentially sensitive content.") 

Brown shared a screenshot of the photo and put the tech giant on blast. 

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