- Dr. Marty Makary said on Thursday that ‘it’s not healthy for a small group of people’ to be making all the health decisions for Americans
- He then slammed Fauci’s track record throughout the pandemic and for initially missing the mark on how the virus is transmitted and effectiveness of masks
- Makary also explained why he believed Americans have already started to reach herd immunity
- Earlier this month, researchers said that about 38% of Californians had antibodies against the coronavirus with 45% of people in Los Angeles
- Los Angeles County saw just 608 new cases and 66 deaths on Thursday
- Makary said that Fauci telling people that 75% to 80% of the population needs to get vaccinated neglects the percentage of people who have natural immunity
Dr. Marty Makary, who is also a Fox News contributor, told Brian Kilmeade on Thursday that ‘it’s not healthy for a small group of people’ to be making all the health decisions for Americans.
‘I don’t think it’s healthy for a small group of people to be making all the public health recommendations. It’s good to have multiple voices,’ Makary said.
He claims that the low rate of reinfections and high percentages of people showing antibodies indicate that the United States is approaching herd immunity through both vaccinations and natural immunity, which he claims Fauci has ignored.
There have been more than 133 million vaccines administered in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As of Thursday, there have been 30,076,486 total infections with 546,507 deaths from COVID-19.
The Johns Hopkins professor slammed Fauci’s track record throughout the pandemic and for initially missing the mark on how the virus is transmitted, the effectiveness of masks and mitigation.