(VIDEO) Fauci Flips-Out: God Complex Showing, ‘Attacks On Me Are Attacks On Science’

When it comes to Dr. Anthony Stephen Fauci, there are only two things that I’m absolutely, 100 percent certain of;

  1. He’s proof that a minor bureaucrat can cost a nation not only hundreds of thousands of lives, but trillions of dollars as well.
  2. Forget about a simple Messiah Complex, Fauci has a full-blown God Complex.

While in the friendly confines of MSDNC, that weak-chinned, sloped-shouldered, beta male extraordinaire Chuck Todd interviewed Fauci in a fashion that easily could be equated to Kamala Harris taking dictation from Willie Brown.

In one of the more bizarre moments of Todd’s slobbering alleged “interview” of the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Fauci actually stated;

“Attack on me are quite frankly, attacks on science.”

Dr. Jay Bhattacharya.

Honestly, when did Fauci become the end-all to everything science? Aren’t there equally competent epidemiologists other than Fauci?

Glad you asked. As a matter of fact, there are. Case in point; a certain Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, a professor of medicine at Stanford University stated that Fauci’s “’credibility is entirely shot’ after his conflicting advice on face masks throughout the pandemic — which the scientist criticized as ‘all over the place’” as reported by the New York Post.


Ahh… but the luv-fest between Todd and Fauci was far from over.

With the revelations still breaking in regards to how much did Fauci know, and when did he know it, Todd did his best to cover Fauci’s ass.

As cited by Brian Flood of Fox News (emphasis mine);

“This is an attempt to weaponize something that’s kind of harmless and try to create a controversy.”

Among the information in Fauci’s released emails was that an expert told Fauci as early as January 2020 it was possible that the COVID-19 virus could be artificially altered (though the expert who told him that later reversed his stance); that Fauci apparently took seriously the possibility that money from his agency, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), could have funded “gain of function” work on coronaviruses in a Wuhan lab; and that he was in touch with an individual who’d directed funding to that lab.

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