Dr. Fauci once again stated that his critics are “criticizing science” and attacking the troll who compares him with Hitler
FAUCI doubled down on his assertion that anyone who criticized him was criticizing science, and stated that his mistake on the mask issue was due to “this is how science works” in the New York Times podcast interview.
in plot In the The Sway podcast in collaboration with Kara Swisher, Fauci targets critics who point out his dislike of mask requirements and recommendations for wearing masks.
He said: “As a scientist, you must develop your views and suggestions based on the development of data. That’s why I say that those who criticize me are actually criticizing science.”
The 80-year-old Fauci continued to insist that “this is how science works”.
“The man who provided the life said,’Ah, Fauci misled us. He first said not to wear a mask, and then said to wear a mask.’
“This is not because I feel like a flip-flop. This is because the evidence has changed and the data has changed.
“Well, let me introduce it to you. This is how science works. You use the data you have at the time.”
The president of the National Institutes of Health was strongly opposed to telling Americans not to wear masks at the beginning of the pandemic, but later changed his position and became one of the most steadfast advocates of wearing masks.
In opposition to critics who compared him with Hitler, he praised himself and said that he had devoted his life to “saving lives.”
“The more extreme they are, the more politically obvious…’Fauci’s hands are covered with blood.’ Are you kidding me?
“This is a man who has devoted his life to saving lives, and now you tell me he is like Hitler? You know, come on, guys. Be real.”
Other critics questioned the laboratory leak hypothesis that Fauci refused to explore the origin of COVID-19, although he has since expressed more openness to the theory.
The immunologist went on to describe in detail the shocking harassment and death threats he received, including some threats against his family.
“This has become ridiculous, and what bothers you most is its impact on your family.
“I mean, it’s not fun to have your daughter and wife threaten with obscene and threatening notes after receiving death threats. So I can’t say it won’t bother me.”
In the early days of the pandemic, Republican Senators Marco Rubio, Tom Cotton, and Martha Blackburn demanded Fauci’s resignation after an email showing that the Wuhan laboratory had received more than US$826,000 in US funding.
“It’s very dangerous because, frankly, many of the attacks you think are attacks on me are attacks on science, because everything I’ve been talking about since the beginning is basically based on science,” He told Chuck Todd In the NBC appearance at the time.
The doctor also reacted strongly to Senator Blackburn’s claims that he had secret communications with Mark Zuckerberg.
“And I’m sorry, I don’t want to belittle a U.S. senator, but I don’t know what she is talking about,” he retorted.
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Right-wing critics quickly disputed his remarks, calling him “King Tony Forge.”
Tucker Carlson In his show mocking immunologists mockingly: “When you attack me, you are attacking science. Sun King Tony Fauci said I am science-our own Louis XIV.”
Fauci told the Senate that the US dollars that entered the Wuhan laboratory were not used for “gain-of-function” research, that is, to change the virus into a more transmissible or pathogenic approach, but later admitted that he could not be sure.