(PatrioticPost.com)- Dr. Anthony Fauci is once again painting himself as the Brave Truth Teller standing up to the haters, conspiracy theorists, and reality deniers.
In an interview on Fox News Sunday this weekend, Fauci was asked by host Chris Wallace to explain why he thinks he has become such a polarizing figure.
Wallace prefaced the question by pointing out that in the beginning of the pandemic, Fauci was seen as the foremost authority on infectious diseases. But then, over time, Fauci became a polarizing figure. Wallace cited critics who accuse Fauci of sending mixed messages. He also pointed out the allegations that Fauci was funding “dangerous research” at the Wuhan Institute of Virology – a statement Fauci chuckled at and shook his head in disgust.
Wallace then asked Fauci why he thinks he’s become so controversial and if Fauci can think of anything he’s done that might have contributed to that controversy.
Naturally, Fauci couldn’t think of a single thing he might have done because of course, he’s the Brave Truth Teller and his critics are a bunch of conspiracy theorists who “deny reality.”
It’s the science deniers who turned him into a polarizing figure, don’t you know. Not the fact that he lied about COVID’s origins, lied about sending funding to the Wuhan Institute, routinely makes contradictory statements, and believes he has the authority to tell Americans whether or not they can live like free citizens or celebrate Christmas or Thanksgiving.
In his response to Wallace, Fauci, Brave Truth Teller that he is, explained that all he’s ever done is stand “for making science, data and evidence be what we guide ourselves by.” But those conspiracy theorists and deniers of reality just can’t see it. No sir! He is working hard to be “guided by the truth.” And his haters don’t like that because “the truth becomes inconvenient” to those dummies who cannot see how wonderful Anthony Fauci is.
As a result, Fauci boasts, these conspiracy theorists and truth deniers “react against me.” Fauci concludes that there isn’t much he could do about that.