Sen. Rand Paul slammed Fawcett for being “disrespectful to freedom” because he was not honest with the American people.

The White House’s chief medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, “When to Wear a Mask” is not honest with the American public – Sen. Rand Paul, R-Key, told Tucker Carlson on Friday.

Paul joined host Tucker Carlson a day after the senator challenged Fossin to present hard evidence that people should wear face masks even after receiving the coronavirus vaccine.

At one point, Pa Paul referred to the double-masking of Le Ficci as “theater,” which apparently offended the immune system.

“Here we go around with the ‘theater’,” Fawcett said. “Let’s get down to the facts.”

Paul F. Carlson said Friday that Fuui presented “no scientific evidence” to make a case of people wearing masks after being vaccinated.

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“There was Dr. Fawcett’s opinion, he speculated that one day there might be [coronavirus] He said the vaccine gets out of control and becomes epidemic and people are hospitalized and die. “But there’s no evidence of that. He thinks it could happen, so you need to wear a mask until he’s convinced that what will happen won’t happen.”

Pa Paul described the description of the law as “vague about freedom” and added that the emphasis should be on him and other bureaucrats to prove their orders and recommendations.

“There is no news after vaccination or scientific studies say that people are infected with some kind of widespread infection. [who are] “Vaccination spreads the disease,” he said.

“What Fu Ki won’t tell you is that he’s telling you a ‘noble lie.’ He’s lying because he doesn’t think we’re smart enough to make decisions,” Paul added. “The danger is that if we stop wearing masks, we will be vaccinated [people] Will say ‘what’s the matter, I’m not wearing a mask.’

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Pa Paul reiterated that the burden of proof falls on government and health officials where individual freedoms will be curtailed.

“I do not have to prove that I am free and alone,” he said. “I want to breathe air.”