Flip-Flopping Fascist Fear Fuhrer Fauci Mimics ‘Creepy’ Shrine to The Science™ With Images of Himself Plastering Home Office Walls

Many have likened the zealotry to draconian COVID mandates as something of a cult and, as Dr. Anthony Fauci stepped down from his decades-long position in government, a New York Times profile may have revealed who the number one acolyte was as the outlet highlighted his “creepy” shrine to The Science™.

The 118th Congress begins on Tuesday accompanied by Republican control of the House and promised investigations into concerning matters like the long-ignored origins of COVID. Preempting this shift in legislative control, Fauci retired as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and had his last day in office Saturday before beginning to collect his obscene annual pension of more than $400,000.

Evidently, the wealth and fawning praise from corporate media were far from enough to satisfy the narcissism of Fauci perhaps best captured by the walls of his home office covered with images of himself.

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As Jerry Dunleavy of The Washington Examiner flatly posted, “The very first sentence of this NYT profile: ‘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.”



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