Fauci Blames United States for 500K Deaths: Where Was He?

“I believe that if you look back historically, we’ve done worse than most any other country — and we’re a highly developed rich country,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci on Good Morning America on Monday.

That statement is coming from the mouth of someone who has been the “King” of America’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984. The same man who was part of President Trump’s Covid-19 task force since day one. But now, that Joe Biden reconfirmed him as President’s Chief Medical Adviser, “King Fauci” lays the blame on the past administration for such an “epic failure.”

“There were things back then, if you go back and think about what you might have done — the kind of disparate responses of different states rather than having a unified approach,” Fauci said. “But it’s so tough to go back and try to do a metaphorical autopsy on how things went. It was just bad. It is bad now.”

The question is why should America continue to trust Dr. Fauci, if he himself admits that the past administration, which he was the most paid civil servant, failed in their policies to properly handle this pandemic?

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