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Elon Musk Points Out ‘Creepy’ Detail in New Story with Dr. Fauci

Elon Musk highlighted what he called a “creepy” detail in a new interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci that the New York Times published on Thursday.

Ahead of his retirement from government service, which officially commences on Jan. 1, the New York Times published an interview with Dr. Fauci that revealed his home office is littered with portraits and drawings of himself.

The opening paragraphs of the interview said:

The walls in Dr. Anthony S. Fauci’s home office are adorned with portraits of him, drawn and painted by some of his many fans. The most striking one is by the singer Joan Baez.

The two of them, he said, “have become pretty good friends over the years.” Dr. Fauci seemed a little uncomfortable with people knowing about the pictures. He said that previously, when they were captured on camera, the “far right” attacked him as an “egomaniac.” If someone goes to the trouble of sending him a portrait of himself, he said, he would “feel like I’m disrespecting them” if he discarded it.
Musk, the second-richest person in the world, drew attention to the detail on Friday, which he called “creepy.” The world’s second-richest person then mocked Fauci, saying, “Maybe he just loves looking at science?”

The rhetorical question invokes Dr. Fauci’s history of conflating “science” with his perspective about scientific data.

Fauci, who has served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, announced his retirement from government service in August. He is set to collect hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars annually in retirement pay.

In his interview with the Times, Fauci said his post-government service life will include writing a memoir and advisory roles where needed.

Moreover, he reaffirmed that he is a registered political independent and said he is prepared to cooperate with government oversight from House Republicans — but took a shot at them.

“I have no problem testifying before the Congress. I have nothing to hide. I could easily explain and justify everything I’ve done,” Fauci said. “So they’re making a big to-do about it, but I respect the concept of oversight.”

17 Comments
  • Patriot says:

    Karma she a biatch fauci and what you did to the American people will come back to bite you in the ass, you deserve no better your a small minded little Nothing who really doesn’t know science You Are Not The Science you are all about the Money like the rest of Obidens commie regime! Let’s Go Brandon!

  • ThePeopleArePissed says:

    Somewhere amongst all those paintings of himself is an award from Georgia Tech for social justice too. Can you believe it?
    All of the murderer’s garbage belongs in a bonfire.

  • Darlene says:

    I think it would be only right to strip him of any and all retirement benefits. I wonder if he is keeping a tally of how many people are still dying unexpectedly at young ages and no known cause. There have been at least 5 of those reported this week that I have seen. In those reports I am now starting to see autopsy reports show those types of deaths were caused from the covid 19 injections. Just sayin.

  • He doesn’t mind oversight?
    I wonder how the little bastard feels about overwatch?

  • RM says:

    This man has no empathy for his fellow man/woman and what he’s done to the world of his indifference to humankind. His clamoring to justify himself in public life as some kind of important celebrity is just pathetic of self-grandiose, this is a really sick person who thinks he needs attention and glorification. In my opinion, he should be stripped of everything he owns and charges brought against him.

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