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Fauci Claimed That College Football Games Would be "Superspreader" Events. In Fact, There Are No Outbreaks Traced to College Football Games.

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Follow the science.
Fire Fauci.
You know what they do to false prophets?
Stone them.


But a review of COVID-19 statistics in the counties and states that hosted some of the biggest games, along with conversations with local health officials, reveals that there's been little to no linkage between college football and COVID-19 so far this season.
The biggest crowd in week one of college football was found in Ann Arbor, Michigan. More than 109,000 fans gathered in the "Big House" to watch the Michigan Wolverines defeat the Western Michigan Broncos. When the game was played on Sept. 4, the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in Washtenaw county, where Ann Arbor is located, was 81.

More than two weeks later, on Sept. 20, the average is 80. Washtenaw County Health Department Public Information Officer Susan Ringler-Cerniglia told the Daily Caller the department had received one report of a non-student COVID-19 case connected to the football game out of the tens of thousands of non-student attendees.

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In Texas, despite the University of Texas and Texas A&M both hosting games on Sept. 4 that drew nearly 190,000 fans between them, the statewide seven-day average of new cases is currently lower than it was on gameday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Cases in Travis County, home of the Longhorns, are down since Austin hosted more than 91,000 fans, and in A&M's Brazos County, the growth rate of new cases in unchanged.

 

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It is mind blowing how he is so consistent on being wrong.
 

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It is mind blowing how he is so consistent on being wrong.
Fau-Chi Wrong?????
He's beyond fucking "wrong". He's a criminal.
Who gives the Wuhan Lab (run by a Chinese general) $600,000 to do "gain-of-function" research on bat viruses to make them deadly to humans, then the virus "escapes" and kills 700,000 Americans as well as 4,000,000 non-Americans. Who does that? Yep, Fau-Chi did that. He belongs in prison.

WRONG does not begin to cover WTF Fau-Chi is.
 
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But a review of COVID-19 statistics in the counties and states that hosted some of the biggest games, along with conversations with local health officials, reveals that there's been little to no linkage between college football and COVID-19 so far this season.
The biggest crowd in week one of college football was found in Ann Arbor, Michigan. More than 109,000 fans gathered in the "Big House" to watch the Michigan Wolverines defeat the Western Michigan Broncos. When the game was played on Sept. 4, the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in Washtenaw county, where Ann Arbor is located, was 81.

More than two weeks later, on Sept. 20, the average is 80. Washtenaw County Health Department Public Information Officer Susan Ringler-Cerniglia told the Daily Caller the department had received one report of a non-student COVID-19 case connected to the football game out of the tens of thousands of non-student attendees.

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In Texas, despite the University of Texas and Texas A&M both hosting games on Sept. 4 that drew nearly 190,000 fans between them, the statewide seven-day average of new cases is currently lower than it was on gameday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Cases in Travis County, home of the Longhorns, are down since Austin hosted more than 91,000 fans, and in A&M's Brazos County, the growth rate of new cases in unchanged.

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Faux-see is nothing but a bitter and vindictive nerd.
 

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But a review of COVID-19 statistics in the counties and states that hosted some of the biggest games, along with conversations with local health officials, reveals that there's been little to no linkage between college football and COVID-19 so far this season.
The biggest crowd in week one of college football was found in Ann Arbor, Michigan. More than 109,000 fans gathered in the "Big House" to watch the Michigan Wolverines defeat the Western Michigan Broncos. When the game was played on Sept. 4, the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in Washtenaw county, where Ann Arbor is located, was 81.

More than two weeks later, on Sept. 20, the average is 80. Washtenaw County Health Department Public Information Officer Susan Ringler-Cerniglia told the Daily Caller the department had received one report of a non-student COVID-19 case connected to the football game out of the tens of thousands of non-student attendees.

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In Texas, despite the University of Texas and Texas A&M both hosting games on Sept. 4 that drew nearly 190,000 fans between them, the statewide seven-day average of new cases is currently lower than it was on gameday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Cases in Travis County, home of the Longhorns, are down since Austin hosted more than 91,000 fans, and in A&M's Brazos County, the growth rate of new cases in unchanged.

You left something out….high vaccination rates…

 

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Oh yeah, another character assassination.

What number of these posts have been posted? And posted by the usual jerks?
 

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But a review of COVID-19 statistics in the counties and states that hosted some of the biggest games, along with conversations with local health officials, reveals that there's been little to no linkage between college football and COVID-19 so far this season.
The biggest crowd in week one of college football was found in Ann Arbor, Michigan. More than 109,000 fans gathered in the "Big House" to watch the Michigan Wolverines defeat the Western Michigan Broncos. When the game was played on Sept. 4, the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in Washtenaw county, where Ann Arbor is located, was 81.

More than two weeks later, on Sept. 20, the average is 80. Washtenaw County Health Department Public Information Officer Susan Ringler-Cerniglia told the Daily Caller the department had received one report of a non-student COVID-19 case connected to the football game out of the tens of thousands of non-student attendees.

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In Texas, despite the University of Texas and Texas A&M both hosting games on Sept. 4 that drew nearly 190,000 fans between them, the statewide seven-day average of new cases is currently lower than it was on gameday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Cases in Travis County, home of the Longhorns, are down since Austin hosted more than 91,000 fans, and in A&M's Brazos County, the growth rate of new cases in unchanged.

What Fauci actually said:

"“I don’t think it’s smart,” Fauci said of college football stadiums. “Outdoors is always better than indoors, but even when you have such a congregate setting of people close together – first, you should be vaccinated. And when you do have congregate settings, particularly indoors, you should be wearing a mask.”"
 

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Magic 8 ball is right more often than the arsonist turned fireman.

He lies. Admits it. And people still listen. That in itself is hilarious.
 

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Follow the science.
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But a review of COVID-19 statistics in the counties and states that hosted some of the biggest games, along with conversations with local health officials, reveals that there's been little to no linkage between college football and COVID-19 so far this season.
The biggest crowd in week one of college football was found in Ann Arbor, Michigan. More than 109,000 fans gathered in the "Big House" to watch the Michigan Wolverines defeat the Western Michigan Broncos. When the game was played on Sept. 4, the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in Washtenaw county, where Ann Arbor is located, was 81.

More than two weeks later, on Sept. 20, the average is 80. Washtenaw County Health Department Public Information Officer Susan Ringler-Cerniglia told the Daily Caller the department had received one report of a non-student COVID-19 case connected to the football game out of the tens of thousands of non-student attendees.

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In Texas, despite the University of Texas and Texas A&M both hosting games on Sept. 4 that drew nearly 190,000 fans between them, the statewide seven-day average of new cases is currently lower than it was on gameday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Cases in Travis County, home of the Longhorns, are down since Austin hosted more than 91,000 fans, and in A&M's Brazos County, the growth rate of new cases in unchanged.

As you said
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Noodleneck said the same thing about the Sturgis Rally. That's like a half a million bikers and neither the 2020 nor 2021 rally produced any significant outbreaks.
Oops, wrong on both counts. Just kind of making stuff up now, aren't ya?



Son, we call what you just did "lying".
 

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Full disclosure. I went to a college football game on 9/4/21 and started showing symptoms of the Rona on Labor Day. It was the Rona, got the positive test.

So I had the flu for a few days and went on with my life.

I dont know if it was a super spreader event, but I likely got it at the game…and it was my choice to go, and I am not vaxxed.

Now I have 10-20 times the immunity of those who got vaxxed and think they will not get the Rona post vaccination.

I chose the Rona over the vax.

CHOICE. That is the key word.
 
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I went to Oklahoma on August 7th to see Foo Fighters. No mask, no vax. I was in the pit, right up front with thousands of other people not wearing masks…I got nothing.

Then I went to a football game on Sept 4 th, and I probably got it there.

Its a crapshoot.
 

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Democrat lefties monitored every word and every phrase ever spoken by the former president and often spun it into outrageous charges. That's the legacy of the ongoing contentious relationship between republican administrations and the media. In a just world Fauci should have been especially under scrutiny since he seemed to have unrestricted power over American culture. Too bad the media became the willing bitch of the democrat party. Fauci may have not only covered up his relationship with the Chinese lab but he might have been a willing participant in the development of the Covid monster and the media is willing to cover it up so that a doddering old democrat can retain his diminishing mental capacity as commander-in-chief.
 

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Follow the science.
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But a review of COVID-19 statistics in the counties and states that hosted some of the biggest games, along with conversations with local health officials, reveals that there's been little to no linkage between college football and COVID-19 so far this season.
The biggest crowd in week one of college football was found in Ann Arbor, Michigan. More than 109,000 fans gathered in the "Big House" to watch the Michigan Wolverines defeat the Western Michigan Broncos. When the game was played on Sept. 4, the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in Washtenaw county, where Ann Arbor is located, was 81.

More than two weeks later, on Sept. 20, the average is 80. Washtenaw County Health Department Public Information Officer Susan Ringler-Cerniglia told the Daily Caller the department had received one report of a non-student COVID-19 case connected to the football game out of the tens of thousands of non-student attendees.

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In Texas, despite the University of Texas and Texas A&M both hosting games on Sept. 4 that drew nearly 190,000 fans between them, the statewide seven-day average of new cases is currently lower than it was on gameday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Cases in Travis County, home of the Longhorns, are down since Austin hosted more than 91,000 fans, and in A&M's Brazos County, the growth rate of new cases in unchanged.

The only thing college foot ball games seems to spreading is the FU Biden chants at some stadiums.
 

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But a review of COVID-19 statistics in the counties and states that hosted some of the biggest games, along with conversations with local health officials, reveals that there's been little to no linkage between college football and COVID-19 so far this season.
The biggest crowd in week one of college football was found in Ann Arbor, Michigan. More than 109,000 fans gathered in the "Big House" to watch the Michigan Wolverines defeat the Western Michigan Broncos. When the game was played on Sept. 4, the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in Washtenaw county, where Ann Arbor is located, was 81.

More than two weeks later, on Sept. 20, the average is 80. Washtenaw County Health Department Public Information Officer Susan Ringler-Cerniglia told the Daily Caller the department had received one report of a non-student COVID-19 case connected to the football game out of the tens of thousands of non-student attendees.

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In Texas, despite the University of Texas and Texas A&M both hosting games on Sept. 4 that drew nearly 190,000 fans between them, the statewide seven-day average of new cases is currently lower than it was on gameday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Cases in Travis County, home of the Longhorns, are down since Austin hosted more than 91,000 fans, and in A&M's Brazos County, the growth rate of new cases in unchanged.

But the Science™ MUST be followed!

And the Science says:

"Vote Democrat, or be visited by the Angel of Death!" :eek:
 

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