[Ed. – His other argument is ‘I’m rubber, you’re glue, whatever you say bounce off me and sticks to you.’]
Dr. Anthony Fauci attempted to claw back his credibility amid criticism that he flip-flopped over the past year on messaging about coronavirus rules and mandates, including mask wearing, by claiming his decisions were based on a constantly changing science around COVID-19.
“It is essential as a scientist that you evolve your opinion and your recommendations based on the data as it evolves,” the White House infectious disease expert told the podcast “Sway” that aired Monday.
“And that’s the reason why I say people who then criticize me about that are actually criticizing science,” he told interviewer Kara Swisher of how he was attacked when he shifted position on mask-wearing during the pandemic.
“[T]he people who are giving the ad hominems are saying, ‘Ah, Fauci misled us.