Is there is one set of rules for us and another set of rules for them?
In a video going viral on Twitter, Millie Weaver caught NIH Director Anthony Fauci groping members of the Coronavirus Task Force team, including Vice-President Pence, as well as wiping snot from his nose using his hand and suit jacket sleeve.
This all happened towards the end of yesterday's press briefing right after he instructed Americans under quarantine how to follow new federal guidelines to slow the spread of the coronavirus where President Trump unveiled conditions for parts of the U.S. to start reopening.
In light of allegations that NIH under the direction of Dr. Fauci funded experiments at the Wuhan Institute of Virology that possibly contributed to the pandemic spread of COVID-19, Fauci's unsanitary actions and flagrant disregarding for the "guidelines" he helped impose on Americans raised serious concerns of onlookers.
Michelle Malkin retweeted Millie's tweet calling Dr. Fauci a "Super Spreader".
Commenters posted clips showing Fauci groping other members of the Coronavirus Task Force Team.
Meanwhile, protests have sparked across the United States where Americans are expressing frustration of the economic shutdown and "shelter in place" guidelines which not only violate our personal liberties but in some states are enforced with fines and arrest. It's a little difficult to take serious the need to "stay home" and continue "not to work" and "trust the government" while one of the leading experts proves once again that there is one set of rules for us and another set of rules for them.