Sen. Marsha Blackburn told Newsmax that Dr. Anthony Fauci was more interested in coordinating a public relations campaign with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg than “protecting the American people,” and the doctor should step back from his position as head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) until a full investigation has been completed.
Blackburn appeared on “American Agenda,” criticizing Fauci for his interest in protecting his image rather than the American people.
“The point is, his focus, was on himself,” Blackburn said. “He was taking care of himself. He was running a PR campaign to craft a narrative that would protect him from criticism. And his job is to be protecting the American people from infectious diseases, and how unfortunate for the American people that he decided that he had dug this hole, typical of some of our bureaucrats, it was too deep to get out of; and so he was in cahoots with Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, and big tech, in crafting a narrative that would make it look as if this is something that just happened.”
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