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TIM ‘RIPPER’ OWENS says FAUCI ‘didn’t tell the truth’: He ‘changes his mind like people change their underwear’


Ancient JUDAS PRIEST singer Tim “Ripper” Owens again accused Dr Anthony Fauci not to tell the truth and lambasted America’s top infectious disease expert for changing his COVID-19 recommendations as often as “people change their underwear.”

owenthe final comments came just hours after Fauci said he would resign if donald trump takes over the presidency in 2024. When CNNit is Jim Acosta asked Fauci during an interview on Sunday if he wanted to remain director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in case voters give Asset a second term as President, Fauci flat out said “no”.

Sunday evening, owen taken to his Twitter to answer a FoxNews title on Fauci leave the White House if Asset wins the 2024 elections. Tim wrote: “Well unfortunately [Fauci] hasn’t told the truth so far, so why would he start now. BUT that sounds like good news. Also, remember he changes his mind like people change their underwear.”

Fauci, President Joe Bidenhas come under fire from Republican leaders throughout the coronavirus pandemic, with some calling on him to step down over his handling of COVID-19.

last september, owenwho frequently “likes” tweets that amplify Republican talking points and offend Democrats, gave his take on the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director while responding to a headline from a conservative media outlet the fire in regards to Fauci‘s commenting that three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were likely needed at that time for full protection.

Tim tweeted: “He changes what he says over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. So we find out that masks don’t work and vaccines don’t work. So wear 5 masks and do 5 vaccines . (just then you know I’m vaccinated and wore a mask, oh yeah and I got the Covid)”.

The 54-year-old singer, who lives in Akron, Ohio, explained his Fauci comments during an interview with Sofa King Cool. When the interviewer says it’s “frustrating” to see official recommendations constantly changing, owen say it is frustrating. But then if you say anything about it changing every day, these people will say, “Oh, you’re anti-science because you say it’s changing.” And it’s, like, no, it just changes every day. I mean, I understand why it changes every day: we’re dealing with something that we don’t know what we’re dealing with.”

He continued: “My girlfriend is a paramedic and my good friend is a doctor. I understand everything that’s going on. But these same people who get mad at people [for pointing out the fact that recommendations are constantly changing]… If you went to [an auto mechanic] and they got your car fixed, and they said, “It’s going to be $95,” and then they called you and said, “It’s going to be $150,” and you’re like, “Okay.” And then you picked it up and they say, ‘That’s two thousand dollars you owe me.’ And you’re, like, ‘What?’ And they’re, like, ‘Well, we found things along the way that changed, and now it’s two thousand.’ Would these people be, like, ‘Okay, I get it. You are a mechanic and things change? No, they would be pissed off because it’s changing.

“I think that’s the way we’re told,” Tim Explain. “We’re told it will work and then it won’t work. But instead of saying, ‘It might work’. That’s the problem. There was no ‘Vaccines might work’. No. When you got a vaccine originally, that was one hundred percent that was going to clear it all up I think that’s the way it’s worded [that is the problem].

“I understand that things change” owen say again. “I’ve been vaccinated and I wear masks when I have to, just because I want to go back to work – I want to tour. I had COVID last year. I had more effects Mexican food than I got COVID but I got COVID I believe it’s there It doesn’t hurt me to wear a mask in a supermarket But it’s just that the things are changing and that’s what we’re told. It’s crazy what’s being said. So nobody knows what’s going on.”

owen went on to say that “people should get vaccinated. I think especially if you’re older or not in good health or have any underlying conditions, you should get vaccinated. I want get the world back to normal.

“It’s funny because you can still be pro-vaccine, believe in COVID, pro-mask, but if you say Fauci changes your mind, you receive death threats. This is how the world is now. “Oh, you are anti-science.” No. I understand why he changes his mind, but that motherfucker changes his mind. I mean, one mask, two masks, three masks, eight… I mean, what do we have now? Ten vaccines to make it work? I understand why – we don’t know what we’re dealing with. In ten years, we will still learn what we are dealing with. Soon, we’re going to have a flashing light coming out of our assholes to say that we’ve been vaccinated and [provide] blood samples to fetch a Big Mac.”

Tim stressed that he does not oppose local mandates. “I say we are doing everything we can now to make things right,” he said. “But I think everyone is so confused. When the doctor tells people that masks don’t work, then a month later he says everyone wears a mask. I mean, those are the problems That we have.

“It’s not about politics,” he continued. “And that’s the other thing: if you don’t like Fauci, that means you are a Republican. If you wear a mask and believe in vaccines, that means you’re a democrat. I screwed everyone up, because I wear a mask and I got vaccinated and I don’t like Fauci.

“Again, like I told you, I understand why he’s changing his mind. It’s science. We don’t understand it. Everyone is okay with that… I get it. It’s is science. I get why it changes things. But don’t say it. Don’t go out and tell everyone, ‘Masks don’t work and you don’t have to wear a mask.’ a little more honest – I think that’s the problem. That’s why everyone is confused.

In January 2020, owen said in Detroit WRIF radio station that he is “an in-between guy in politics. I don’t really talk about it too much,” he said. “My Facebook page and my instagram and Twitter the pages are not filled with them. I’m not posting about it – I might like something, but I’m not posting it. I kind of call it common sense – I think whatever is right, I kind of think it’s right. But, man, when someone thinks you’re one-sided… I don’t mess with that. This has never happened in the past. Eight years ago, four years ago, ten years ago, this sort of thing didn’t happen – I get messages wishing my family dead if I don’t believe in their political views. And that’s the craziest thing I’ve ever seen. I’ve never done that in my life.”

owen weighed in on the US presidential race in 2016, saying that Asset was perhaps what America needed to move the country forward. Claiming he was neither a Democrat nor a Republican (“I’m in the middle,” he said),owen explained that he could not vote for hillary clinton because of “the way they tax people”. He went on to say that America “had eight years of very bad” under President Barack Obama and felt that “a lot of Americans” were “just trying to figure out something other than what [Obama] was doing.”

In 2012, owen revealed in an interview that he was voting for Mitt Romney in the elections that year.

owen joined PRIEST in 1996 and recorded two studio albums with the band, 1997 “Jugulator” and 2001 “Demolition”before PRIEST reunited with Rob Halford in 2003.

owen is currently in a new group called THE PRIEST OF KK with formerJUDAS PRIEST guitarist KK Downingwith the guitarist AJ Mills (HOSTILE), bass player Tony Newton (VOODOO SIX) and drummer Sean Elg (Death Riders, CAGE).

THE PRIEST OF KKthe first album of, “Sinner’s Sermons”was released last October via Music Group Explorer1/EX1 recordings.