Fauci Attacks Trump Supporters Amid Email Leak Fallout

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Dr. Anthony Fauci is in hot water right now. This week, a massive leak of Fauci’s emails from the earliest days of the COVID-19 pandemic confirmed what many Americans already knew deep down. 

In the leaked emails, Fauci admitted that certain characteristics of COVID appear “engineered”; yet, before the public, until recently that is, Fauci dismissed any claims that coronavirus is the result of engineering.

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Likewise, since the email leak, Americans learned that Fauci disregarded a physician’s advice that hydroxychloroquine could, in fact, be advantageous in combatting COVID-19. 

The list of revelations goes on and on. In fact, reports surfaced Wednesday that the Biden White House is discreetly working on an “exit plan” for Fauci to leave his post as a COVID advisor. 

Amid the fallout from the email leak, Fauci chose to attack Trump supporters in one of his latest interviews, Breitbart News confirms. 

Fauci on Trump Supporters and “Science” 

Yesterday, Fauci appeared on MSNBC to mitigate the massive fallout from the leak of his emails. The health official declared that his stance during the previous administration was never “anti-Trump,” but instead from a place of “science.” 

Fauci noted that some Americans “resent” him for his conduct during the Trump administration. Shortly thereafter, the controversial health official said that science itself is a process that is both “self-correcting” and “dynamic” before professing that Trump supporters fail to comprehend science. 

Finally, Fauci used an example to make his case. The health official declared that as time passes, new information arises and will therefore be different from details provided two or three months prior. 

The Fallacy in Fauci’s Argument 

It is quite true that science can evolve and self-correct with time; however, this does not explain away the content within Fauci’s emails. 

The “dynamic” scientific process doesn’t change the reality that Fauci supported the shutdown of religious gatherings, yet gave the OK for cruise ships and political rallies. It also doesn’t explain why Fauci lauded the Democrat governor of New York and criticized the Florida GOP governor, in spite of Florida having fewer COVID cases per capita than the Empire State. 

Fauci told MSNBC that he never made any disparaging remarks against Trump in his emails; however, this is immaterial. Fauci had information about this virus and he sat on it. The so-called health official furthermore repeatedly lied about the science behind this virus, COVID origins, masks, and more. 

The email scandal for Fauci is not going away no matter how much he attempts to redirect by attacking Trump supporters. 

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