Sen. Rand Paul, a Physician, Engages in Heated Exchange with Dr. Fauci Over Masks During COVID Hearing

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Paul accuses Fauci of wearing a mask for "theater" after receiving a vaccine

ABOVE VIDEO: Rand Paul blows up at Dr. Fauci over masks during Senate hearing. (Forbes Breaking News Video)

(FOX NEWS) – Sen. Rand Paul and Dr. Anthony Fauci found themselves in another heated exchange at Thursday’s COVID hearing in the Senate, where the Kentucky Republican accused Fauci of wearing a mask for “theater” after receiving a vaccine.

Fauci stressed that vaccines and natural immunity did not protect against COVID-19 variants.

Paul expressed frustration at the nation’s leading infectious disease expert’s prediction that Americans might need to wear masks until 2022.

Paul pointed to one study that found no symptomatic reinfections, and another that showed natural infection would prevent the vast majority of people from being hospitalized from the virus for years to come.

“You’re telling everybody to wear a mask whether they’ve had infection or had a vaccine. What I’m saying is they have immunity and everybody agrees they have immunity,” Paul, who is a physician, told Fauci.

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