When it comes to publishing a book on the lessons of ‘truth and service,’ Dr. Anthony Fauci should avoid doing such a thing. While earning himself the name ‘Flip-Flop Fauci,’ Biden’s top medical adviser spent most of the pandemic changing his position about certain aspects of the virus.
He’s admitted to moving COVID-19-related goalposts, telling the American public different things based on what he thought people should hear, been caught lying about masks, and not telling the truth about the research he funded in China. If Fauci is considered a ‘successful’ medical adviser, I can’t imagine what a failing one seems to like.
And now on top of every other lie, Fauci will be releasing a book similar to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s on why people should trust some of the most untrustworthy leaders. It was announced that the 80-page book “Expect the Unexpected: Ten Lessons on Truth, Service, and the Way Forward” will be released in November and is already available for pre-order on Amazon.
According to the book’s description, it offers an intimate view into “one of the world’s greatest medical minds” and shares the lessons that have shaped Fauci’s philosophy and life advice to live by. It describes him as America’s most trusted doctor with three decades of public service and that the pages offer a universal message on how to lead in times of crisis and find resilience in the face of disappointment.
“Sure to strike a chord with readers, the inspiring words of wisdom in this book are centered around life lessons compiled from hours of interviews, offering a concrete path to a bright and hopeful future,” the description concludes.
Many critics pointed out the irony in Fauci writing a book on truth and said it is like Hillary Clinton releasing a book on how to save lives. Others noted that weather forecasters are more accurate than Fauci and his repeated mixed messaging regarding the pandemic does not qualify him to write a book about one. How many revisions of the book will be done once he changes his mind?
“Dr. Fauci is publishing a book and became the highest-paid federal government employee while you lost your business and had your kids out of school for a year,” tweeted Daily Caller Greg Price.
Tablet’s Noam Blum wrote that the people in charge of handling the pandemic need to stop writing books about how they’re handling the pandemic while they’re still doing it.
Amid criticism, Fauci’s book had been wiped from Amazon’s listing as of Wednesday morning and the site’s option to preorder the book had also been taken down. The book was also removed from the Barnes and Nobles site. It is still available for preorder on lesser-known vendors such as Booktopia.
On top of everything else, Fauci doesn’t even follow anything he says. He continued to wear a full mask despite being fully vaccinated and has been thoroughly questioned by U.S Sen. Rand Paul on why that is. He even admitted that wearing a mask was more about the imagery and less about science. How about that? The highest paying government employee is telling the public to use their imagination instead of their commonsense.
A lifetime in a job with zero accountability and a salary that four families could well live on. That is the opposite of the principles this country was built on. Fauci has been pulling the strings to profit from the pandemic for some time and now millions more will be coming in for a book more shameless than Cuomo’s. Only a Dem.