It’s now widely understood by the few objective thinkers who remain among us that Dr. Anthony Fauci — the highest paid employee of the Federal Government — is wrong. Not only that, he’s wrong a lot.
His seemingly ever-changing position on the necessity and efficacy of masks is one such example. First, they weren’t important. Then, they were crucial. Now, they may be an everlasting fixture in our society.
Then, of course, Fauci found time during a global pandemic to appear on magazine covers and to throw out the first pitch during baseball games.
Under a new administration, he has again pivoted to cement his place as the “central” authority on all scientific matters. For this, many are angry, and understandably so.
However, while criticism of Fauci — and his inaccurate guidance — is certainly valid, it’s important to focus on the real issue here: the continued evasion of responsibility by the legislature.
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