NBC aired their major virus commentator from his hospital bed, then we find out he didn’t have the virus

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Dr. Joseph Fair appeared on NBC and the Today Show nearly a dozen times in May during the height of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States. NBC followed him and his alleged case of coronavirus, televising him suffering in the hospital.

He was billed as an NBC News contributor. Dr. Fair and Dr. Fauci are held up as NBC News’ most important commentators on the virus.

Fair told Chuck Todd he didn’t have underlying conditions and “it’s the worst he ever felt.”

However, he tested negative for the virus four times:

“Symptomatically, yes, I thought I had COVID,” Fair told TODAY. “When I got the antibody results, I was even more confused. What would have caused almost identical symptoms and outcomes during the same time as a pandemic causing those things? I don’t know.”

“I had myriad COVID symptoms, was hospitalized in a COVID ward & treated for COVID-related co-morbidities, despite testing negative by nasal swab,” he wrote on Twitter.

The answer is he didn’t have it. It’s not a mystery.

“There were a lot of coronavirus-positive people in there,” he said. “What is really shocking to me is that I didn’t get the virus in there. As a virologist, that part blows my mind.”

Some commentator. Maybe he’s a liar or just not that good at diagnosing.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. NBC has a history of lying and creating fake news. Do you remember the fake news story about the danger of fires in the 1973 and up Chevrolet & GMC pickups claiming the saddle tanks readily exploded in a side impact crash? NBC staged a side impact crash that was horrifying until somebody noticed smoke coming from the gas tank, must not have had a cap, before it was hit from the side by a Chevy Citation. NBC admitted they put an incendiary device in the tank to make sure it would blow up when hit because there was no guarantee it would blow. GM sued, NBC had to apologize for lying and paid a settlement.

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