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We learned on Tuesday that even after America fully returns to normal, we will be left with yet another unpleasant side effect of the pandemic: more of Anthony Fauci’s face on our screens and pages, this time backed by the communist sympathizers at Disney.

The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, following in the footsteps of scandal-ridden New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is set to release a book in November, specifically focused on “truth, service, and the way forward,” according to the book’s subtitle. The book will reportedly be about the Wuhan virus pandemic and will also include interviews from throughout his tenure at the NIAID.

Disney-owned National Geographic is not only publishing his book, but also producing a documentary titled simply “Fauci,” starring him as its subject. You can get a taste of what’s sure to be fawning framing here:

Americans who have submitted to the CDC’s COVID orthodoxy have looked to Fauci as a benevolent god. Left-wing politicians enjoyed the power they accrued during the pandemic, thanks to Fauci-endorsed lockdowns, and regular citizens garnered social credit for masking and double masking and waving around their vaccine cards like Forrest Gump at Lt. Dan. So when Fauci calls the shots, they willingly follow.

The Fauci hero-worship mirrors the hagiography of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As with “Notorious RBG” enamel pins, Halloween costumes, and documentaries, the left has memorialized Fauci with various tchotchkes. They bought Fauci Christmas ornaments, Fauci prayer candles, and expletive-laden Fauci mugs. Gretchen Whitmer even strategically positions her Fauci throw pillow to score cool-aunt points during media appearances.

You Can’t Be Serious

It’s hard to take any of this seriously, especially the forthcoming book and documentary. The highest-paid federal employee who has become best known for flip-flopping on COVID messaging and fudging the numbers is now going to pontificate about truth and service in an autobiography where he gets to be the hero? What a joke.

“Before becoming the face of the White House Coronavirus Task Force and America’s most trusted doctor, Dr. Fauci had already devoted three decades to public

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