No, you were the one who was asked to provide context over and over again. If I hadn't asked repeatedly you wouldn't have had to provide the video.
When fauci says that a cycle-threshold of anything over 35 is not going to tell you what you need to know, do you really think he meant that anything over 35 is going to tell you just what you need to know . . . like the higher the cycle-threshold the better? If you believe that a cycle-threshold of 40 is going to tell you anything you need to know, then you're going to have to explain how, in the proper context, saying that anything over 35 is meaningless actually indicates that that anything over 35 is just right.
So, go ahead and share that proper context you believe will make something clear go away.
I say he meant what he said. What on earth did you hear him say?
Apparently you didn't read the scientific literature which explains that while no vaccine is 100% effective
I was unaware that the experimental-injection contains a weakened strain of the covid virus; ya know, like real
You seem genuinely ignorant of the fact that the manufacturer of the experimental-injection did not test it for transmission, and then neglected to mention that to the public when he knew it. I'm sure I've mentioned that several times to you, but your response was identical to your other responses; like your response to learning that the FDA recommended that labs use a cycle-threshold of 40 when fauci made clear that that would be pointless--you pretended I hadn't asked you about that. And you did the same thing when you were confronted with the test package insert that tells you that the test cannot rule out infection caused by . . . other things. Did you know that when you took the test? And did you know that since they didn't really have a copy of the virus (even though they said they did), they used something from 2003 that WASN'T the novel coronavirus? I confronted you about that, too. But you pretended you hadn't been asked.
So, why did the CDC say that an isolate was not available when they needed a reference point for detection of covid? The patient was in Washington State! I believe I told you that, too. But it seems that that must have not coincided with your world view.
So, why did you get tested with a test that cannot rule out other pathogens, and one that didn't use the novel coronavirus as a reference for testing in the first place?