Dr. Anthony Fauci said Republicans are at a dead end and are asking why he could be indicted.
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When CNN’s Jim Acosta asked Fauci for a response to the Republican indictment request, he replied:
I’m not reacting to that craziness, Jim. I mean, what are you prosecuting me for? I mean, I wish I could understand what they were talking about. I think they’re just coming out of the deep. That’s the answer to the first question. It’s pointless and irresponsible to say that.
Of course, it has difficult and difficult consequences, and it affects my family negatively. I mean, I keep getting death threats every time someone wakes up and spits out nonsense like hoaxes, disinformation, outright lies, every time they decide to harm me or my family. they don’t like it. .
That’s the sad part. The rest, what they are saying is just crazy, but when people take it seriously and take it out on you and your family, it has negative repercussions… Shame.
Dr. Fauci was a man of integrity and courage despite the attacks on justice and the growing madness against him.
Republicans and the Far Right don’t want to blame whoever was truly responsible for the deaths of millions of Americans.
Fauci has always stuck to science and facts. He never backs down in the face of Republican intimidation and bullying, and maintains a rational voice in defense of science and reason amid growing right-wing hostility to reality.
Jason is the editor-in-chief. He is also a White House press pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy with a specialization in the social reform movement.
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