Watch: Fauci Interview Doesn’t Go As He Planned
This may be the first time Fauci has been confronted in the last 18 months and it was done by MSNBC contributor Hugh Hewitt.
The video below is almost 10 minutes but the entire time Hewitt is questioning Fauci over his countless flip flops. The mainstream media journalist admitted that asking Fauci these questions was “difficult” but “I want to run down for your benefit.” When you watch the video below, keep a close eye on Fauci’s neckline he nervously gulps at least twice as Hewitt asks the question below.
HH: Now Dr., your specialty is medicine and public health. Mine is Constitutional law. I’ve taught it and practiced it for 25 years. And what they are doing is going outside of their lane when they inject the equity discussion into a scientific discussion. That leads me to my next question. This is difficult for me, but I want to run down for your benefit. The controversies since the virus started include the botched testing at the beginning, no research on masks for children in primary care, the J & J pause, the controversy over the use or non-use of Ivermectin, and there was no study yet completed. Dr. Collins told me it’s not done, yet. The no discussion of natural immunity which exists and ought to be out there, the discussion of herd immunity which has switched back and forth, the mask discussion at the begging, don’t wear masks, the noble lie and then wear masks, now equity issues in the FDA panel’s scientific discussion. I’ve lost confidence in the CDC and the FDA. And I actually believe a lot of Americans, a significant part of America, now have lost confidence in you, Dr. Fauci. Is there a point where you will say I do more harm than good because people don’t listen to me anymore and step aside?
Finally!@hughhewitt challenges Dr. Fauci on why he doesn’t resign seeing as his history of hypocrisy, flip-flops, and failed predictions have destroyed his value as a public-health official.
Fauci, unsurprisingly, is aghast & refuses to take the suggestion seriously. pic.twitter.com/tzV7ckfP4T
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 30, 2021