Elon Musk slams Anthony Fauci again, calling him ‘creepy’ after a New York Times op-ed claims his office is plastered with fan drawings of himself portrait.
Musk was responding to a tweet from Washington Examiner reporter Jerry Dunleavy in which he pointed to the first sentence About The Times.
“The walls of Dr. Anthony S. Fauci’s home office are adorned with his portraits, drawn and painted by some of his many fans,” it reads.
Musk, who has previously argued that Fauci should be “prosecuted,” responded with a one-word response: “creepy.”
Shortly thereafter, Musk added: “Maybe he just likes watching science?”
This is a based on Fauci’s claim He is beyond reproach because, as he said, “I stand for science.”
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 30, 2022
Musk: Fauci is creepy
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The New York Times described the retiring director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) as “America’s most loved and hated doctor.”
In the interview, Fauci slammed the “far right” for attacking him, lamented the “pain” of having to contradict former President Donald Trump, and claimed that the “politicization” of the pandemic had cost lives.
“How do you have red states that are under-vaccinated, blue states that are highly vaccinated, and red states that die a lot more because they’re not vaccinated — that’s a tragedy for the population,” he said. .”
Sadly, America’s public health problems contribute Politicize it by repeatedly feeding misinformation.
People who were vaccinated accounted for the majority (about 60%) of COVID deaths in the U.S. from April 2022 to at least August 2022, it said CDC data.
A study in The Lancet showed that vaccinated people who had never had COVID were four times more likely to develop severe illness leading to hospitalization or death than unvaccinated people who had never had COVID.
wait, what? ! ? ! 👀 pic.twitter.com/ByNAtRuPiI
— Joshua Bevier (@JoshuaBevier) December 28, 2022
Fauci is ‘uncomfortable’ with people knowing he likes to watch himself
Going back to the self-portraits all over Fauci’s office, which Musk called creepy…
According to the New York Times, Fauci was “a bit disturbed that people knew about the photos that adorn the walls of his office.”
Before, he said, the “far right” had attacked him as a “megalist” when they were caught on camera.
Convicted. In January, a screenshot from the National Geographic documentary “Fauci” went viral, showing the good doctor working in his office with a bobblehead and a giant life-size portrait.
— The New York Post (@nypost) January 21, 2022
“While most of us have pictures of our spouses or children on our desks or workspaces, Fauci seems to be quite obsessed with … well, Fauci,” the political insider said. written at that time.
Fauci told The New York Times that if fans took the trouble to send him a portrait, he would feel like he was “disrespecting them” if he threw it away.
However, most people probably collect them and stash them in the attic as nice keepsakes for the grandkids to look at later. Not many people would hang so many that newspapers described it as a wall “decorated with portraits”.
This guy has been a narcissist for a long time…https://t.co/g6jgQCJuWX
– Rusty 🎙️ (@rustyweiss74) December 30, 2022
On a more serious note, Musk’s recent suggestion that Fauci should not be hailed as a hero, but rather face prosecution, sent the social media world on fire.
Musk promises to release a “Twitter dossier” showing COVID advocacy at the top and tweets a meme mocking biden health An expert on the blockade, and tweeted: “My pronoun is Prosecution/Fauci.”
My pronoun is sue/fauci
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 11, 2022
Earlier this week, Musk announced that Twitter would “follow science“It’s a concept that includes debate among those who hold opposing views,” he noted.
“The new Twitter policy is to follow the science, which necessarily includes reasonable skepticism of the science,” Musk wrote.
If Americans’ views on masks, lockdowns, and the efficacy of vaccines hadn’t been scrutinized by tech giants, and the truth behind them exposed, maybe Fauci wouldn’t have had so many self-portraits hanging on his walls in the first place.
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