Besides leftists having no concept of humility when it comes to their failures — they typically blame everything but themselves — it seems they also have an endless amount of hubris, a level of ego that most of us can’t comprehend.
President Joe Biden’s Chinese coronavirus czar Dr. Anthony Fauci has such an ego and has no problem putting it on display for the whole world to see. With the never-ending stream of interviews he does, it makes you wonder when he has time for “science.”
During his Sunday appearance on “Face the Nation,” Fauci responded to criticisms from Republican lawmakers, like Sens. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas), in the only way Fauci knows how — with ego and political bias not befitting an unelected bureaucrat.
“They’re really criticizing science, because I represent science. That’s dangerous,” Fauci said before essentially contradicting himself. “To me, that’s more dangerous than the slings and the arrows that get thrown at me.”
So, let me get this straight. Criticizing Fauci, which he considers criticizing science because he is science, is more dangerous than politicians criticizing him, which is basically criticizing science.
So the thing that Fauci’s complaining about is more dangerous than the exact same thing he’s complaining about, which is to criticize him — and in turn, criticizing science.
That was a whole lot of stupid I just wrote. Then again, I’m analyzing the words of a career government shill, so stupid is just a natural part of the equation.
In terms of Fauci’s political bias, earlier in the interview he responded to Cruz’s criticisms and calls to action against him by bringing up the events that occurred in Washington D.C. on January 6.
“Yeah. I have to laugh at that,” Fauci said, addressing Cruz’s call to have the good doctor prosecuted. “I should be prosecuted? What happened on Jan. 6, Senator?”
For video of Fauci’s comments, watch below:
Lawmakers like Sens. Rand Paul and Ted Cruz have called for Dr. Fauci to step down and be prosecuted over the course of COVID-19. Fauci scoffs at such threats, calling it "noise."— Face The Nation (@FaceTheNation) November 28, 2021
"They're really criticizing science because I represent science. That's dangerous." pic.twitter.com/zLzceD2DHe