Dr. Anthony Fauci, the highest-paid federal worker — yes, he makes more than the president — has a serious disdain for the American people.
When COVID first hit U.S. shores, Fauci was instrumental in forcing federal officials to shut down … well, everything. The economy imploded, largely as a result of his Debbie Downer advice, but he couldn’t have cared less.
Now a new book captures Fauci’s cavalier attitude in the early days of the pandemic, and his clear hubris about the power he has to mold all those silly elected politicians to bend to his will.
“Vignettes & Vino,” by former White House spokesman Brian Morgenstern, a deputy press secretary for President Donald Trump, and his wife, Teresa, details how Fauci acted in those early days.