You might remember last year when Dr. Anthony Fauci responded to some Republican lawmakers who suggested he be prosecuted over the mishandling of the nation’s Covid response by saying that’s a dangerous thing to say because it’s “criticizing science because I represent science.” That was the scientist equivalent of Judge Dredd saying “I didn’t break the law, I am the law!”
In other words, it would be an understatement to say that Dr. Fauci seems to have a rather inflated ego. During a recent interview, Dr. Fauci again offered another example that struck The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway as being worthy of a Bond villain:
This video depicts a caricature of an evil, world-destroying James Bond villain https://t.co/lln91dcXhg
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) August 12, 2022
Somebody obviously thinks quite highly of himself:
“It's called ‘the Fauci effect’…people go to medical school and go into science…because I symbolize, integrity, and truth"pic.twitter.com/WNuMCG9YrG
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) August 12, 2022
“The Fauci effect”? Is that a thing?
— Bill Powell (@billasia2010) August 12, 2022
Exactly! Beware any career government bureaucrat who portrays himself as infallible and incapable of error or misrepresentation.
Wow, when this guy meets Jesus.
— John Skjult (@skjultster) August 12, 2022
This guy thinks he IS Jesus.
— MistyNan1966 (@Brody20132) August 12, 2022
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