College football celebrated its full slate of games for the 2021 season.
There were packed stadiums across the country.
And Dr. Fauci had some news for college football fans that no one wanted to hear.
CNN and Dr. Fauci were big mad after fans filled stadiums across the county to take part in all the pageantry and tradition of college football as they cheered on their favorite schools.
Liberals do not want the pandemic to ever end and Dr. Fauci gladly took CNN’s bait to claim fans attending games would lead to more outbreaks of the coronavirus.
“We could be stuck in outbreak mode,” Dr. Fauci stated.
Fauci continued on ranting that no one was wearing a mask and schools needed to impose vaccine and mask mandates if they allowed fans in stadiums.
“No, I don’t think it’s smart,” Fauci added. “I think when you’re dealing particularly — you know, outdoors is always better than indoors, but even when you have such a congregant setting of people close together, first, you should be vaccinated, and when you do have congregant settings, particularly indoors, you should be wearing a mask.”
Outkick founder and co-host of the Clay and Buck show Clay Travis lampooned Fauci and CNN as losers that wanted to cancel college football.
Travis praised fans for declaring independence from the coronavirus hysteria and living their lives as if everything was normal.
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) September 7, 2021
Americans were thrilled at the scenes coming from stadiums across the country where traditions like Wisconsin playing “Jump Around” before the start of the fourth quarter of home games or Virginia Tech taking the field to 65,000 fans singing “Enter Sandman” returned for the first time since 2019.
Dr. Fauci and CNN never complained about mobs of hundreds of thousands of Black Lives Matter rioters burning down cities across America in the summer of 2020.
The political – and selective nature – of which large gatherings or events attract the condemnation of public health “experts” and the media are why so many Americans tune them out and are just ready to get on with their lives.
Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments as the college football season unfolds.