Fauci’s ‘noble lies’ catch up to him

Fauci’s ‘noble lies’ catch up to him

[Ed. – What good will an apology do to the people who were harmed by his lies?]

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, people have been told to trust the experts. But what happens when those experts knowingly lie to the public?

This is the situation in which Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the leading experts on the White House coronavirus task force, currently finds himself. Having admitted that he subtly shifted the goal posts on coronavirus guidance, Fauci owes the public an apology.

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is one of the only political leaders willing to demand he do so. He has come under a good deal of criticism over the past week for calling out Fauci’s deception, but he makes a good point: Many of our elites, Fauci included, feel comfortable misleading or sharing only part of the truth with people because they think of themselves as the only ones capable of understanding our present crisis.

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