Seth Meyers' monologue from Wednesday, June 3.
ingloriousbasterd: "According to the Washington Post, the list included Fauci’s doubts that asymptomatic people could play a significant role in spreading the virus, and his assertion in February, when the first U.S. case of community transmission was reported, that there was no reason 'at this moment' for Americans to change their day-to-day behavior." It's called "novel" coronavirus. It's new. Expert guidance evolves as the situation (and data) evolve. I still have more confidence in the medical experts than the showmen.