Fauci Defends The Indefensible During Interview With Cavuto (VIDEO)

Written by Wes Walker on August 24, 2022

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In an attempt at revisionist history, now that Fauci has announced his pending departure, he’s doing a media tour to shape the narrative around his retirement.

He showed up on friendly turf over at MSNBC and then showed up with one of the most politically impartial hosts on Fox News with Neil Cavuto.

He covered a lot of ground in just a few minutes.

The clip opens with a conversation about some of the decisions he made when COVID was first breaking out, and it becomes obvious early on that he is still quite happy to lie to his audience.

‘I didn’t shut down anything’, he said.

Uh-huh. Right.

See the clip for yourself.

That wasn’t the only thing he came to say. There were some other doozies, too.

That Fifteen Days To Slow The Spread,

He reminded us that he and Dr. Birx were the origin of that infamous 15 days to slow the spread. But don’t call it a shutdown. It was just a temporary measure to ‘flatten the curve’ you see…

Impact Of Shutdowns

He tipped his hand for how ignorant the well-heeled and insulated elitists who can live their lives over Zoom meetings are to the plight of the working class when he spoke about the impact of the shutdowns.

‘I don’t think it’s forever irrevocably damaged anyone…’

Sure, Tony. We’ll just have anyone who committed suicide after their family businesses went belly up simply rejoin the living, right? Or would you at least concede it’s irrevocable for THEM?

Or how about the people who didn’t get routine medical screenings for illnesses NOT named COVID, only to learn they missed the treatment window and face a terminal diagnosis? Might THAT qualify as ‘irrevocable’?

He was also ret-conning history on his role with school shutdowns.

He pushed back hard on a WSJ report calling his medical recommendations disproven by evidence, using his preferred dodge of appealing ot medical authority of peers with labcoats. Cities that did NOT lockdown might appear to have done better, but he’s got experts and studies who… blah, blah, blah…

The Lab Leak Theory

As for lab origins, he’s still holding the line that this never came from the lab, and trying to tell us that experts back him up on that.

Of course, this is scientifically objecive, since he’s obviously been open-minded about the REAL cause of COVID from the very beginning.

He’s Not Bitter

He explains to us how he endures all this criticism with saintly patience.

Will He Cash In With Big Pharma?

You mean, other than the way many of us expect he already has? No.

Just take your ‘L’, Tony. You can try to rewrite history all you want. But this crisis was big enough that future researhers WILL turn this into a doctorate thesis, and you failures will be evident to those who really write history … and they will owe you nothing.

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by Doug Giles

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The Apostle Peter buckled to fear on the night of Christ’s crucifixion. But he learned his lesson and lived the rest of his life bold as a lion. How can the church ‘go and do likewise’?

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