Quote of the Week, by Fauci

Dr Fauci adjusts his mask

I didn’t mean to cover a lot of nooze today, but this is a whopper, it can’t be ignored.

Here’s what Dr. Flip-Flop Fauci said on MSNBC (where else?) the other night:

“So if you are trying to get at me as a public health official and scientist, you’re really attacking not only Dr. Anthony Fauci, you are attacking science.”

Wow. He’s the very personification of science. Talk about taking yourself seriously.

Nowhere to go from here but to claim that he’s become a god.

13 comments on “Quote of the Week, by Fauci

  1. “I am Fauci, your Science. You shall have no other Science before me.” (Should I have capitalized “me”?)

    Honestly, how can anyone take this man seriously any more?

    1. If he’d had an ounce of decency, he wouldn’t have done what he’s been doing to our country for the past year and a half.

  2. Someone ought to buy this Bozo a copy of Judgment At Nuremberg, although I doubt that this drone has the attention span to sit still for 179 minutes.

  3. Oof, well, we certainly wouldn’t want to be accused of being anti-Science, now would we? Guess we’d better shut up and just do as we’re told because the only function for us ignorant hicks is to bow in adoration to the Gods of Science.

    1. In the 1970s most countries signed treaties ruling out germ warfare. So I’d like to know what happened to our treaty–which had the force of law–that allowed Old Flip-Flop to help the Chicoms do illegal “gain of function” research.
      Did someone repeal those treaties when I wasn’t looking?

  4. All the old treaties and conventions — not to mention morals — seem to have gone down the drain. The kind of coercion we’re seeing to get people to take an experimental drug violates the Nuremberg Code, which forbids subjecting people to experimentation without their informed consent. And “informed” doesn’t mean informed that they won’t be able to travel, enter stores or theaters or sporting events, or even keep their jobs unless they consent to be part of the experiment.

    In fact, when the Mob uses tactics like these, it’s called blackmail.

    1. The government isn’t allowed to do this, so they’re relying on the private sector to do it. We need some really big lawsuits over this.

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