Steve Hilton called on Dr. Anthony Fauci and other top U.S. health officials to provide some insight into many of the unanswered questions surrounding the federal government’s public health strategy to contain the coronavirus, and questioned the latest decision to close U.S. schools and universities in an attempt to stop the spread of the outbreak.”There is something missing in what we’re told by our public health officials,” Hilton said in his opening monologue of “The Next Revolution,” Sunday.”They have told us, ‘most people are not at serious risk from coronavirus, and while anyone can get it and spread it so far, only a small number end up sick enough to be hospitalized.'”” I am sure there is a good answer… but we have not heard it yet… and until we do, you will have millions of Americans not trusting what officials say.”— Steve Hilton, ‘The Next Revolution’Hilton noted that according to health officials, senior citizens and people with chronic underlying conditions were most vulnerable — but children without compromised immune systems likely will feel mild symptoms, if any, and will make a full recovery.”The question many are asking is… ‘if kids don’t get it — if most people who get it are fine, why are we closing down America to fight it?”‘ Hilton asked.The surge of cases throughout the United States and around the world


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