God Complex: Fauci declares he 'can't tell a lie' & reveals he ditched religion for his 'own personal ethics'
Megalomaniac strikes again.
Since “retiring” from Government Health, Anthony Fauci has gone further and further off the rails.
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The BBC released an interview with Dr Fauci today at his new “job” at Georgetown University. I watched the whole thing so you don’t have to.
Here are the key highlights:
It looks like the Tiny Totalitarian still has his U.S. Marshals security detail, despite being "retired" from government service. His full time chauffeur and fully staffed taxpayer-funded security detail puts American on the hook for a million dollars a month.
The BBC interviewer, worshipping Fauci, discusses his fitness routine. Asked about the status of his diet, Fauci jokingly responds, “I can’t tell a lie.”
Next up, they walk past the church at Georgetown where Fauci got married. We then find out that the good doctor no longer practices religion, as he is guided by a higher moral authority: “my own personal ethics.”
“As far as practicing, it seems almost like a pro forma thing that I don’t really need to do,” he adds.
Fauci doesn’t need God. God needs Fauci.
The tough questions continue, with the interviewer asking him what it’s like to be a sex symbol.
Fauci also explains that the aforementioned taxpayer-funded massive security detail is necessary because Republicans say mean things about him, taking high-profile figures out of context in order to justifying his 24/7 chauffeur and security.
In between a year of receiving awards for his “heroism” during Covid hysteria, Fauci has chalked up another hard hitting interview with the corporate media in the books.