Dr. Anthony Fauci’s Brooklyn stickball days were anything but evident when he threw out the ceremonial first pitch of Major League’s Baseball (MLB) season’s opener between the New York Yankees and Washington Nationals in D.C, proving he doesn’t want anyone catching anything.
Perhaps Fauci thought he was there to throw out the First Amendment.
Maybe, Fauci is all bat and no balls, or as the New York Post put it, his pitch had finally flattened the curve straight into the ground. The screwball attempt was about as accurate as his advice for immobilizing the COVID pandemic.
If anything, Fauci should be cited for baseball malpractice.
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