Anthony Fauci announced he’s leaving his position in December.
After the announcement, he’s proved even more smug on his way out the door than he was during the pandemic.
But Megyn Kelly let Dr. Fauci have it with just two words after his most infuriating comments yet.
Dr. Anthony Fauci is leaving the NIAID at the end of the year, right before the next Congress gets sworn in.
Thus far, Republicans are projected to take back the House, and prominent GOP members have already promised oversight investigations, so it’s no surprise Fauci wants out.
In response to potential investigations of Fauci and his handling of COVID, Fauci told John Berman of CNN, “All I have ever done — and go back and look at everything I’ve ever done — was to recommend common sense, good, CDC-recommended public health policies that have saved millions of lives. If you wanna investigate me for that, go ahead.”
Megyn Kelly did not take too kindly to Fauci’s arrogant attitude.
She said during a monologue on her podcast, “He sounds like he’s been invited to afternoon tea at one of our houses. ‘I will consider it. I’ll consider it. You know, only if it’s oversight because what I experienced was personal attacks. I will go if it’s true’…F*ck you, Dr. Fauci. You don’t get to say whether you go. You get a congressional subpoena, you show up, or you get the Steve Bannon treatment!”
Dr. Fauci says he'll "consider" appearing before Congress next year. @MegynKelly: "You don't get to say whether you go. You get a congressional subpoena, you show up, or you get the Steve Bannon treatment…"
— The Megyn Kelly Show (@MegynKellyShow) August 25, 2022
The FBI treated Trump’s top former White House strategist Steve Bannon like Hannibal Lecter after he was subpoenaed by the January 6th House Select Committee as part of the Democrats’ witch hunt of Donald Trump.
Fauci has a lot to answer for, especially as more information about COVID and the vaccine come to light.
In addition to downplaying his role in funding dubious research in the Wuhan lab, Fauci also conspired with retired NIH Director Francis Collins to smear the three epidemiologists who created the Great Barrington Declaration, which argued for focused protection of the vulnerable instead of mass lockdowns.
Collins wrote to Fauci in an email, “This proposal from the three fringe epidemiologists who met with the Secretary seems to be getting a lot of attention — and even a co-signature from Nobel Prize winner Mike Leavitt at Stanford. There needs to be a quick and devastating published takedown of its premises. I don’t see anything like that on line yet — is it underway?”
The “fringe” epidemiologists were doctors at Stanford, Harvard, and Oxford.
Fauci assured Collins that a hit piece was underway.
Kelly’s frustration with Fauci is shared by millions of Americans who were forced to suffer under the boot of the COVID regime.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.