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Action figures and G.I. Joe’s are not what they once were, according to The BizPac Review.

Megyn Kelly found democratic action figure dolls in a store located in the upper west side of New York.

Among the action figures were Joe Biden, VP Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi and Dr. Fauci.

Kelly tweeted, “My friends, it’s worse than we thought.”

Fauci said, “I wouldn’t call them excessive Savannah, but they certainly are conservative.”

“And I think what you are going to start to see is really in real-time continually reevaluating that for its practicality.”



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“Because you’re right, people look at that and they say, ‘Well, is that being a little bit too far right now?’”

“We’ve been told, people have been preaching for a year, ‘follow the science’ — the science doesn’t suggest those CDC guidelines are too sensible for little kids outside in 90-degree heat running around with masks.”

“You’re right, it looks a bit strict, a bit stringent, but that’s the reason why they keep looking at and trying to reevaluate — literally in real time — whether or not that’s the practical way to go,” Fauci replied.

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Always eager to live up the hero status bestowed upon him by liberals, the nation’s leading expert on infectious diseases appeared on NBC’s Today Show on Wednesday to talk about Centers for Disease Control and Prevention summer camp guidelines.

NBC host Savannah Guthrie asked Fauci about the “excessive” guidelines that say children and vaccinated adults must wear masks outdoors at all times unless eating, drinking, or swimming.

Of course, if he’s the hero many make him out to be, Fauci could use his influence to get the ridiculous guidelines changes.

As for Dr. Fauci being a “hero,” there really are people who feel this way:

On the other hand, there’s a strong contingent that feels different, with some seeing the adulation of Fauci and little more than “a cult.”

Here’s a sampling of some of those responses from Twitter: