Media goes into mourning over Fauci’s retirement
Dr. Anthony Fauci’s retirement is just days away. And while all you’ll get out of me is a full-throated “good riddance,” the American corporate news media seems to have gone into mourning over his impending departure.
Have you noticed? From the way they’re carrying on, you wouldn’t think Fauci is just hanging up his government-issued lab coat and retiring on a $300K taxpayer-funded pension. Nope. They’re mourning as if Fauci shed this mortal coil and shuffled off to hell.
Hang on. Just the thought of that last part left me with a happy. So give me a minute.
Okay! I’m back.
This diminutive asshole the media dubbed “America’s Doctor” is retiring and these guys can barely contain their grief.
We’re going to get inundated with glowing, gushing tributes to the man from now until he leaves. And those tributes will only grow more intense and reverential the closer we get to “Good Riddance” day.
Over the weekend, the New York Times published a column celebrating the career of the sanctimonious prat with a God complex written by none other than the sanctimonious prat himself, Dr. Anthony Fauci.
“Okay, guys. Who can we get to write the most nauseating hagiography on Dr. Anthony Fauci?”
“How about we get Fauci himself to write it?”
“That’s DOCTOR Fauci, and yeah. What a great idea!”
The only other person the American media has gone to such lengths to sanctify is Greta Thunberg.
I once wrote that even the godless are created in the image of God, and as such, even they long for a connection with the divine. But since the godless reject God, they try to find that connection elsewhere by deifying something or someone else.
This is what they did with Tony Fauci and Greta Thunberg.
Fauci and Greta became the Patron Saints of Science, and as such, any criticism or (heaven forbid) mockery of them wasn’t just off-limits, it was blasphemous.
So if their patron saint, the blessed “America’s Doctor,” decides to retire, is it all that surprising they’d go into mourning?
Good heavens, just this weekend, Elon Musk set off a firestorm on Twitter simply by tweeting, “My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci.”
The Guardians of the Church of St. Fauci snapped into action, accusing Musk of harassing their pipsqueak saint.
The Fauci Faithful have lost all sense of perspective. You can’t get through to them.
But that’s what happens when you take a mere mortal and make him a demigod.
Of course, they’re mourning his retirement.
While Fauci was in his office, they could rest assured, knowing “he has the whole world in his hands.”
But now, with his retirement, these guys believe lives will be lost.
For those of us not under his spell, we can mark the imminent departure of this career bureaucrat with delusions of grandeur with the more fitting, “Good riddance” and “Don’t let the door hit you on the ass on your way out.”
New Civil Liberties Alliance attorney Jenin Younes, who recently deposed Fauci, put it this way on Twitter yesterday:
And yet, the media will mourn Fauci’s retirement far more than they ever mourned the lives and livelihoods that Anthony Fauci destroyed because he viewed himself as the human embodiment of Science.
On a Side Note:
Last month, my rheumatologist decided to up the stakes a bit since the drug cocktail I’m on hasn’t been controlling my Lupus symptoms the way she would like. So on Friday, I started an additional medication that I self-inject once a week.
Fortunately, the injector is idiot-proof, so it was easy as pie to do. The downside is that I will experience some unpleasant side effects after each injection for the first month or so as my body adjusts to it. That’s pretty much why I did the injection on Friday evening and not on a work night. The side effects weren’t completely crippling. but I was a little feverish and weak for a couple days.
It’ll take a few months for the medication to have any impact. But after over four years not having the desired results from my current drug cocktail, I’m willing to tough it out for three months if it means ultimately getting some relief.
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7 thoughts on “Media goes into mourning over Fauci’s retirement”
What a sad day it will be when Saint Anthony of Fauci retires.
Think the media gushing is bad now? What & see what it is on that day. I suspect there will be calls to put up a statue of him.
He funded gain of function research that killed Americans. Then lied about it & recommended shutting everyone up inside with sick people that killed more Americans. The guy needs to be in jail.
America’s Doctor Mengele. . .
or maybe Ishii Shiro
We can expect much chest-beating and loud proclamations from the new republican overlords in the House, and then…………crickets. With the DOJ, FBI, CIA, and all the other now useless alphabet departments firmly on their liberal/progressive/globalist leashes, the megalomaniac midget mass-murderer will remain untouchable. He will be laughing at us as he continues to draw huge amounts of taxpayer dollars for his “retirement”, and will likely enjoy tidy speaking sums from those dim-witted enough to pay to listen to his genocidal drivel. I still believe his pension should be tied to a requirement that he receives weekly injections of his beloved new bivalent poison until he can experience the “safe and effective” results of his toxic brew.
He’s too egotistical to actually go away, so expect to see him continue to be a regular on CNN, MSNBC, etc.
Hoping the new medication is an improvement for you.
Agree that Fauci thinks far too highly of himself to just go away. Look at how drawn out the retirement has been — how long ago was it announced? But still has not happened quite yet. Got to milk some more media coverage first, squeeze a little more narciscistic adulation out of the public first. Revolting little goblin.
Good luck with the new med! Hopefully the adjustment period will be an easy transition and it will help lots.
Nailed it-He will totally be a regular. Maybe they will give him his own health advice show
Love your writing and pray you get better Dianny. I apologize not hitting the “tip” jar but after a few “donations” to the last election and Holiday season at hand I have to watch it. Next year!
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