Dr. Anthony Fauci believes he has “nothing to do with the border” crisis as foreign nationals enter the country with a ten percent coronavirus positivity rate.
“Obviously, it is a very difficult situation at the border. We all know that. The administration is trying as best as they can to alleviate that situation,” Fauci said in an interview with Fox News. “Having me down at the border. That’s really not what I do.”
“I have nothing to do with the border,” he clarified.
Fauci’s remarks come after reports from the border indicate little boys and girls are in cages, “touching each other” due to a lack of space in detention despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendations of six-feet separation. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said he even “saw a group of children who… tested positive with COVID-19 [coronavirus]” at a Texas facility.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) has taken aim at