[VIDEO] NBA Finals Announcer Dunks On Dr. Fauci Live on The Air

He shoots and he scores...

Americans have grown sick and tired of the lockdowns and masks, and everything surrounding the COVID Hysterica.

Yes, COVID is real. It was likely unleashed on us from a Chinese lab for political reasons.

And now, they’re back at it.

The elites are revving up the fear porn now, so they can shut everything down again, and people are just over it.

At the center of this new push is disgraced Dr. Fauci, who is now being linked to the very origin of this pandemic through his ghoulish gain of function research.

NBA announcer Jeff Van Gundy took a jab at disgraced and embattled Dr. Fauci and all the loony liberals who love the lockdowns, during the NBA Finals.

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It happened just as the camera panned over the venue packed with people at the finals game between the Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee Bucks.

Here’s what he said: “D.Fauci is cringing at home as he’s watching our game…” followed by chuckles.

You can watch the video below:

Oh, yes, trust me, he was at home steaming mad.

But on the flip side, he doesn’t care one bit about the millions of people flooding our gates and wandering in at the border.

This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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