One woman who chose to skydive said she was shocked to later discover that the instructor strapped to her was wearing a helmet that read “Arrest Fauci”.
This phrase is widely used by right-wing critics of the leading U.S. infectious disease doctor and chief advisor to President Joe Biden’s research and advice on Covid-19 prevention and vaccination.
In a now deleted tweet, Tracy Sefl, A communications strategist and advisor to the Democrats visited their platform on Monday to discuss the moment.
“I literally put my life in this guy’s hands and we all loved him, but I didn’t read the writing on his helmet until … you’re fucking kidding me,” she wrote.
After the tweet was apparently removed shortly after it was posted, the right-wing journalist Jack Posobiec managed to get a screenshot of the original tweet and re-share it with a question directed to Sefl.
“Hello @tracysefl! Why did you delete that? “He wrote.
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As a result, this led many people on the right to interfere.
“I can’t say what’s worse about your own: that she tweeted it or deleted it,” someone wrote.
“It’s almost like … maybe we shouldn’t judge a person’s character just by their beliefs …” added another.
In another tweet, Sefl wrote, “Anyway, be nice,” which was met with a response from someone who supported her: “It’s funny that this lady is now being attacked by people who have opposing opinions who are opposed to each other constantly complain that they are opposing views. “
Check out some other answers to the whole ordeal below.