Andy Biggs is like the energizer bunny from an evil alternate universe that keeps ranting and ranting, spewing fringe venom that only appeals to the Kool-Aid drinking members of the Trump Zone and Fox Island.

The Chairperson of the Freedom Circ…Caucus, who has been, including his votes, wrong on virtually everything related to COVID 19 and the economy, wrote an op-ed for Town Hall, calling for Birx and Fauci to go “stage left.”

His most noteworthy passages are:

“Dr. Fauci, for good or ill, has been the commandant of the federal, state, and local response to the COVID-19 virus for these last many months. He has been the architect, if not the builder, of policies that have been inconsistent, unpredictable, and destructive.”

“It is past time for Fauci, and his sidekick, Deborah Birx (who embraces no school until the spread rate is 5% or less, although that number is without scientific support and appears to have been pulled like a rabbit from the hat in an arbitrary fashion) to exit stage left.”

Mr. Biggs has apparently not taken his head out of the sand because most Americans trust Fauci and Birx over him and Trump when it comes to COVID 19.

Laurie Roberts has already pointed this out in her August 7, 2020 column for AZ Central.

2018 and 2020 Congressional District Five Democratic Nominee Joan Greene offered her views on Bigg’s latest comments, tweeting:

It is time for Trump and Biggs, not Fauci or Birx, to exit the stage.

They can go via stage right.

There is another candidate for voters in Congressional District Five to consider and she will not deny the science, vote against measures that help the vulnerable, and tell families their kids should go to school even when the COVID positivity rates are too high.

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