“It was a massive failure in judgment for a prominent public health official — though in retrospect unsurprising, given his history of holding back the truth based on personal judgments about when he thinks the American people are ‘ready’ to hear the facts,” Rubio wrote following the emergence of Fauci emails revealing how the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director spoke about the virus and its origins behind the scenes.
“In most science-based jobs, that would be a fireable offense, but Fauci ran free without any accountability. Meanwhile, some of his peers who sought to raise questions about the possibility of a lab leak were silenced,” Rubio wrote, calling out Fauci for lying about dismissing the lab leak theory.
The Florida Republican also briefly referenced the report stemming from the Vanity Fair article detailing how “unelected bureaucrats” effectively obstructed Trump era efforts to investigate the origins of the Chinese coronavirus. According to