The Washington Post thought it was doing the Lord’s work in fluffing Dr, Fauci’s reputation with this article about the 866 pages of emails. These emails purportedly give a window on Fauci’s world in the thick of the 2020 global pandemic, and how he handled things under the pressure of that Bad Orange Man.
You see, for the American public, the bloom is off the rose. Oh, you will always have your Cult of Fauci, and people who believe that had it not been for Fauci, the entire nation would have been dead. From the mounting evidence proving otherwise, it’s a miracle that more people are not dead.
WaPo begins its glowing tome, thusly:
The previously unreported exchange was among 866 pages of Fauci’s emails obtained by The Washington Post as part of a Freedom of Information Act request. The correspondence from March and April 2020 opens a window to Fauci’s world during some of the most frantic days of the crisis, when the longtime director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases was struggling to bring coherence to the Trump administration’s chaotic response to the virus and President Donald Trump was seeking to minimize its severity.
Fauci brings “coherence” to Trump’s “chaotic response.” Hardly, but WaPo works really hard at polishing turds.
Fauci’s actions during that period and beyond remain an intense focus for many Americans and political leaders. Now serving his seventh president, Fauci, 80, is helping to craft President Biden’s pandemic strategy, and many Republicans accuse him of playing a key role in Trump’s loss in the November election.
They never name these “many Republicans,” but such is the ethos of the fish wrap of record. Democracy died in darkness several times over with this bunch.
“I was getting every single kind of question, mostly people who were a little bit confused about the mixed messages that were coming out of the White House and wanted to know what’s the real scoop,” Fauci said in a recent interview. “I have a reputation that I respond to people when they ask for help, even if it
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