It’s one thing to be wrong. It’s another to be unhappy about being shown to have been wrong. It’s quite another to insist that one’s position, despite a monumental record of error, failure, and outright deceit, is privileged:
HEWITT: “Is there a point where you will say: ‘I have done more harm than good because people don’t listen to me anymore’ and step aside?”
FAUCI: “No. Absolutely, unequivocally no.” pic.twitter.com/puoKGqUV2Z
— Samuel Bravo (@bravojourno) October 1, 2021
This man, this supposed medical expert, has been in government employ for more than half a century. If he’s ever been right about anything over that span, I cannot find any documentation of it. Yet he is as arrogant as if he’d predicted a half-century of medical developments with 100% accuracy.
This is the creature who presumes to decree your medical-treatment choices, and those of your children, and their children unto the end of Mankind…which, if we were to follow his dictates, would come a lot sooner than otherwise.
I view this as stagecraft by Hewitt. He’s long been a GOPe operative and so not viewed well by those who’ve watched him.
So he pointedly confronts FauXi. Gets him to admit not a thing would convince him to step down. But then, so what?
Answer: To raise the boiling point of “a significant part of America” whom Hewitt “believes” don’t trust FauXi.
It’s working too, ain’t it?