Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Joe Biden’s top medical adviser, has been pushing everything he says as “science” for over a year now. He has continued to change guidelines, what his recommendations are, herd immunity rates, and everything the nation needs to do to “stop the spread.”
As documents continue to get leaked linking Fauci to the Wuhan lab’s coronavirus gain-of-function research, he is defending his medical opinions and explanations more than ever. He has even gone so far as to emphasize that he has always stood for science, data, and evidence, while everyone else rejects reality. Polarizing Democrats like Fauci continue to push the idea that everything against his opinion is “misinformation” and “against reality.” It’s not against reality, it’s against his agenda.
Fauci shared with anchor Chris Wallace during a Fox News interview that he believes he has become a “polarizing figure” over time because of people following conspiracy theories and having the truth be “too inconvenient.” Fauci went from being a credible figure of authority on infectious diseases to one of the most controversial health officials in the nation. He has spent over a year pushing mixed messaging and helping fund dangerous research at the Wuhan Lab.
I think people who feel differently, who have conspiracy theories, who deny the reality that’s looking them straight in the eye, those are people that don’t particularly care for me. And that’s understandable because what I do, and I try very hard, is to be guided by the truth. And sometimes, the truth becomes inconvenient for some people, so they react against me. That just is what it is. There’s not much I can do about that, Chris,” Fauci said.
Wallace asked Fauci about the allegations that he helped fund the virology research, to which Fauci responded that he doesn’t believe he can think of anything to answer that with. He adds that he is sure “some people” will have something to add about the allegations. The fact that he would not address them on television is already alarming, as he continued to point out how people are “sticking their heads in the sand” when it comes to the science surrounding COVID-19.
Fauci went on to tell Wallace that he is not comfortable telling people what to do when it comes to federal vaccine mandates, but then argues that they are “not in normal circumstances.” He pointed out the jobs of being a police officer or pilot, adding that they have a “statistically” higher risk of dying from COVID-19 than they do in other causes of death. He said it’s hard to be in a responsible position where you protect yourself, as well as others.
But many Fauci critics have argued that it comes down to commonsense laws that the federal vaccine mandates are an overreach of the federal government. The government is here to protect your rights, not your health. When you disagree with Fauci, you “disagree with reality.” That’s the liberal word salad for you.