Dr. Fauci vs. Sen. Paul round 50.
The growing divide currently underway between those Americans who can clearly see right through Dr. Anthony Fauci’s bureaucratic, tyrannical authoritarianism and those who follow his every word as if it’s gospel has reached its peak.
Fauci himself would like you to believe his word is gospel, often claiming he alone represents “science” and anyone who doubts him is in fact doubting “science.”
It’s funny what happens when populations give up on the idea of god — they end up worshiping god’s replacement – whether that be liberalism or science.
On Monday, Biden’s chief medical adviser testified at a Senate Committee hearing where he and Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul squared off — again.
The exchange was brutal, and Fauci was rendered incapable of defending himself, his conduct, or his bloated pay check.
Tensions culminated in what the internet claims is Fauci’s most hilarious moment since being in the public eye.
Fauci reverted back to childhood by complaining about the fact that he receives criticism thanks to Sen. Rand Paul’s invectives against him. Fauci claimed that because of Paul’s undue criticism, he receives threatening messages of all kinds calling for his firing.
Then the magic happened.
“Fire Dr. Fauci,” the paper read that Fauci held up for the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions to see during his testimony:
— Jake Schneider (@jacobkschneider) January 11, 2022
Fauci held up the document to draw attention to Sen. Rand Paul’s initiative on his website to raise money to fire Fauci.
.@RandPaul just ENDED Fauci on LIVE TV
Fauci has no idea what to do with himself other than tremble in fear and whine about Rand Paul's "Fire Fauci" campaign
This is the GREATEST thing you'll WATCH today. LOL! pic.twitter.com/zhWHmrKAwb
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) January 11, 2022
Fauci said the following about Paul’s initiative:
“What happens when he gets out and accuses me of things that are completely untrue is that… kindles the crazies out there and I have life threats upon my life, harassment of my family and my children with obscene phone calls because people are lying.”
Why has this become liberals’ greatest defense against their horrific behavior?
Who else agrees? pic.twitter.com/IO1Bl6fkkQ
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) January 11, 2022
Tell me you don't know how the internet works without telling me you don't know how the internet works.
Thanks for the memes, Doctor. pic.twitter.com/p7vxxGixBH
— Young Americans for Liberty (@YALiberty) January 11, 2022
I agree with Dr. Fauci. pic.twitter.com/DqyR378Kog
— Rep. Elise Stefanik (@RepStefanik) January 11, 2022
RT to agree → With Dr. Fauci. pic.twitter.com/kEATxpA4Hy
— House Republicans (@HouseGOP) January 11, 2022
Glad we’re all on the same page! pic.twitter.com/GHQShFg0V0
— Kate Hyde (@KateHydeNY) January 11, 2022
When the dust of the pandemic settles, Dr. Anthony Fauci will undoubtedly go down in history as the premiere evil villain. He remains a perfect example for what a bloated medical bureaucracy can produce and how government will systematically abuse their power if they see an opening for exacting further control.
Kudos to Sen. Rand Paul and any other elected official who truly puts it all on the line to call out the little man responsible for so much evil.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth