Dr. Fauci just said four words on CBS that will leave you shaking your head

Dr. Anthony Fauci said it would only take “two weeks to slow the spread” when they first locked down the country at the beginning of the COVID pandemic.

That was more than 18 months ago.

And Dr. Fauci just said four words on CBS that will leave you shaking your head.

Dr. Anthony Fauci has quickly become one of the most controversial figures in America for his role overseeing the coronavirus pandemic.

And for good reason.

When the coronavirus pandemic first started over 18 months ago, Dr. Fauci said he expected the country to open back up and return to normal in a matter of weeks.

Since then, he’s continuously changed his position on what was necessary for a return to normalcy in America.

He spent the first year pushing economy-crushing lockdowns and tyrannical mask mandates as the only solution to ending the pandemic.

After that, Dr. Fauci turned around and said we couldn’t return to normal until 50 to 60 percent of Americans were fully vaccinated.

But Dr. Fauci now says up to 90 percent of Americans need to get fully vaccinated for the pandemic to end.

And despite his original promise of no vaccine mandates, Dr. Fauci is pushing Joe Biden to place even more Americans under his unconstitutional vaccine mandate, including school children.

But Dr. Fauci just went on CBS’s Face the Nation and said one thing about Christmas that will leave you shaking your head in disbelief.

“There are two new studies out that show COVID has gotten better at transmitting through aerosols, just through the air. What does that mean?” began host Margaret Brennan. “We’re going into cold weather, the holidays. Do people need to start looking around and say it is too risky to gather with family members if there are unvaccinated children?” she asked Dr. Fauci.

Because the virus is “clearly spread by aerosols,” Fauci said everyone needs “to wear a mask and avoid high-risk settings.”

However, Brennan specifically wanted to know about celebrating Christmas.

“Can we gather for Christmas, or is it just too soon to tell?” asked Margaret Brennan.

Without hesitation, Fauci responded, “You know, Margaret, it is just too soon to tell.”

After more than 18 months of COVID restrictions, the American people are longing for a return to normalcy.

But Anthony Fauci has turned into the Grinch.

And if he gets his way, Christmas will be canceled this year in America.