In a published interview on Friday with the far-left publication, The Washington Post, the online paper attempts to present Dr. Anthony Fauci as a hero for his handling the COVID pandemic and as a victim of anti-vaxxers and GOP politicians trying to take him down for political reasons.
Fuasci is also presented as an energizer bunny who just can’t take time off because the anti-Fauci mob is preventing him from working efficiently.
He has not had a day off since the beginning. “I would say I’m in a state of chronic exhaustion.” He quickly adds: “But it’s not exhaustion that’s interfering with my function.” He is a precise man whose tour in the information war has made him extra-vigilant about his words. “I can just see, you know, Laura Ingraham: ‘He’s exhausted! Get rid of him!’”
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS) have accused Fauci of lying to Congress about his involvement in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants for “gain of function” research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and his finances including investments.
President Joe Biden’s top medical adviser reportedly owned a $10.4 million investment profile in 2020 that included Chinese companies.
Dr. Fauci in an apparent moment of frustration suggested his political opponents are “bad people” and need to be healed by accepting his political opinions.
While Fauci called a U.S. senator a moron during his last Senate committee hearing, he told the Post his political opponents are feeling “pain” and “suffering” and are “rebelling” against society.
“It’s tough to imagine that many people are bad people,” Fauci said about those who oppose his political views. “And, I mean, it’s just — has something been smoldering in their lives? Something that’s sociologically evasive to me?”
“Maybe it’s pain that they’re feeling, that’s driving it?” he added.
“We really are not fully appreciating that maybe they’re suffering. And they’re rebelling against a failing of society, maybe, to address some of their needs,” Fauci continued.
“Maybe we need, as a nation, to address the fundamental issues that are getting, you know, tens of millions of people to feel a certain way,” Fauci said about Americans who oppose his leadership at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
Fauci also suggested there is no “diagnosis” for scientific conspiracy theorists who decimate misinformation. “There’s no diagnosis for this,” Fauci said about the abandonment of truth. “I don’t know what is going on.”
Fauci’s old boss, Dr. Francis Collins, told the Post he is worried about Fauci being too focused on those who politically oppose Fauci’s opinions.
“I do worry about him,” Collins said. “He’s incredibly frustrated” by the political opposition “because it’s a distraction. But there is no part of Tony Fauci that’s ready to give up on a problem just because it’s hard.”
I am against anyone threatening or acting out in violence against those in our Unites States government.
The frustration with Fauci is a result of his consistent lying and manipulation of the U.S. population for possible nefarious reasons, which has led those more unstable to act incorrectly.
Dr. Fauci should retire before his job performance numbers join President Biden’s, down in the political toilet.
This story syndicated with permission from Eric Thompson Show