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Colbert Ecstatic Over Petition to Name Fauci ‘Sexiest Man Alive’

Late-night host Stephen Colbert says he was ‘honored’ after National Geographics covered his petition to name Dr. Anthony Fauci as the ‘sexiest man alive’. The Entire segment on his show was so cringy!

It all began with Colbert crying about Biden declaring the pandemic over. Colbert asked Fauci to chime in because he didn’t feel ‘safe’ or that the pandemic is truly ‘over’.

Fauci’s response was that it will never truly be over, basically:

“You know, it will feel over in the real sense when it gets to such a low level in society that it doesn’t disrupt the social order, the way it is here, requiring people to wear masks, all kinds of things like that. What the president was referring to is that the very acute fulminant stage of the outbreak, when we were getting 900,000 cases a day and 3-to-4,000 deaths, that’s not where we are right now.

We’re way down in cases, but we’re also way down in deaths. But the level that we’re at, Stephen, is not really acceptable. I don’t feel comfortable at all with saying we can live with 400 deaths a day. We have got to get the level of infection and the level of deaths and hospitalizations far, far lower so that it is not eradicated — we’re not going to completely get rid of this. But we want to get it to a level that’s so low it just doesn’t disrupt society.”

Colbert dropped in with the NatGeo conversation and drooled all over the notoriety that he was included in the National Geographics documentary about the pandemic doctor.

Watch:

Transcript

STEPHEN COLBERT: President Biden said recently the pandemic is over. It doesn’t feel over. For instance, Jimmy, we got a shot of this? For instance, this audience right here, everybody here is still in their masks right here, just for an abundance of safety.

ANTHONY FAUCI: Yeah.

COLBERT: So, as you can see, every night I come out here, it doesn’t feel over to me. When will it feel over?

FAUCI: You know, it will feel over in the real sense when it gets to such a low level in society that it doesn’t disrupt the social order, the way it is here, requiring people to wear masks, all kinds of things like that. What the president was referring to is that the very acute fulminant stage of the outbreak, when we were getting 900,000 cases a day and 3-to-4,000 deaths, that’s not where we are right now.

We’re way down in cases, but we’re also way down in deaths. But the level that we’re at, Stephen, is not really acceptable. I don’t feel comfortable at all with saying we can live with 400 deaths a day. We have got to get the level of infection and the level of deaths and hospitalizations far, far lower so that it is not eradicated — we’re not going to completely get rid of this. But we want to get it to a level that’s so low it just doesn’t disrupt society.

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COLBERT: NatGeo made — National Geographic– made a documentary about you, and I was honored when I heard that a clip of us talking about—

FAUCI: Yeah.

COLBERT: — you was included in it. I’d like to watch it right now to see what we contributed to the narrative while our country was facing this time of crisis. Jim.

GAYLE KING [APRIL 2, 2020]: People magazine, there’s a petition to make you Sexiest Man Alive because people say brains are sexy. I’m wondering how you’re– what your family thinks about all of this.

FAUCI [APRIL 2, 2020]: It’s really kind of crazy. We try not to pay attention to that and just focus on the responsibility and the job that we have. That’s the most important thing, not that other stuff.

COLBERT [APRIL 2, 2020]: That is so humble. And so sexy. Jim, can we put Fauci back up? Can we get a wider shot? Oh, yeah! The National Institutes of Hotness! Just try to stay six feet away. .;

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