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I regret to inform you that Dr. Anthony Fauci is at it again. The self-proclaimed god of science, by which any attack on him is literally an attack on the very institution itself, took his narcissism to another level on a recent podcast.

Talking to Kara Swisher, Fauci proclaimed that his critics are all bad-faith partisans unfairly attacking him. But in a weird twist, he did so while talking about himself in the third person. You know, because 2021 isn’t dumb enough.

Fauci to @KaraSwisher: “The more extreme they get, the more obvious how political it is… ‘Fauci has blood in his hands.’ Are you kidding me?… Here’s a guy whose entire life has been devoted to saving lives, and now you’re telling me he’s like Hitler?” https://t.co/IZtxnywtwA

— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) June 20, 2021

No, we are not kidding. Fauci does have blood on his hands. Not only was his handling of the pandemic deeply politicized, shown even more so by the release of his emails, but Fauci was also in charge of a grant that made its way to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the likely creation of COVID-19.

In a country that actually held people accountable (who aren’t Republicans, I mean), Fauci would have been fired sometime last year. Unfortunately, Donald Trump punted on the chance, while Joe Biden elevated Fauci to the supreme leader of science in his floundering administration.

Fauci’s comments came in the context of a wider series of misleading statements he gave to Axios.

Fauci to @KaraSwisher: “The more extreme they get, the more obvious how political it is… ‘Fauci has blood in his hands.’ Are you kidding me?… Here’s a guy whose entire life has been devoted to saving lives, and now you’re telling me he’s like Hitler?” https://t.co/IZtxnywtwA

— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) June 20, 2021

The problem is that we know that’s not true. Fauci originally claimed that he mislead the American people about masks in order to protect PPE stockpiles. And for the “fact-checkers” ready to smite this article down for daring to note that Fauci isn’t perfectly honest

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