For a year and a half, the White House has been lying to the country: Sean Duffy

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Former Congressman and Fox News staffer Sean Duffy said on The Big Sunday Show that the White House has been lying to the American people for over a year.

“This White House has lied to us for a year and a half and if they don’t let us talk to the doctor and here directly from the doctor, my antennae will go up. Are they lying to us about how sick he is? is?” asked Duffy.

Duffy and his co-hosts discussed President Biden‘s contraction of COVID-19 and the White House’s lack of transparency regarding the President’s health.

“And I hope he’s doing well and recovering quickly. I don’t agree with his politics, but I want him to be healthy,” Duffy continued. “They are not honest and are not on par with the American people, which is why you see them dancing everywhere.”

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Chief Medical Advisor to the President Anthony Fauci speaks during a briefing on the Omicron Covid-19 variant, watched by US Vice President Kamala Harris (L) and President Joe Biden (C), in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, DC March 29, 2019 November 2021.
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The hosts later discussed the importance of the language and how the administration has been dealing with COVID-19.

“I think the language is actually important. We are talking about a vaccine – this is not a vaccine! Everyone I know who’s been boosted and vaccinated are all getting COVID!” said Duffy.

“You know, it’s a therapeutic. But if they had called it a therapeutic, not everyone would have gotten it, and they knew it. Why did they have to get it from everyone when it was just a therapeutic?” Co-host Tammy Bruce responded.

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Anthony Fauci has a falling out with Sen. Rand Paul, R-KY, during a Senate hearing.
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“But Tammy, if it’s a therapeutic, what studies have we done to show it’s a therapeutic that works?” Duffy replied.

“Look, we don’t have that data either. We don’t have that data,” Bruce said.

Duffy went on to say how college students and military personnel are being forced to get vaccinated, although there is no data on the risks of vaccination.

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White House Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci, recently admitted that the vaccines are not “overly good” at protecting against COVID-19 infection.

“One of the things that emerges from the data [is] “Vaccines — due to the high transmissibility of this virus — while not overly protective against infection, are reasonably protective against serious illnesses that lead to hospitalization and death,” Fauci said.

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