House Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga) conducts a press conference next to a sign showing a masked Anthony Fauci that reads, “Fauci Lied, People Died,” as she announces legislation she sponsored, The Fire Fauci Act.

Green told the reporters, “I’m very proud to sponsor the Fire Fauci Act,”  “and I’m very grateful to my colleagues here for co-sponsoring this bill because the American people deserve answers.”  She explained, “The Fire Fauci Act will bring Dr. Fauci’s salary down to zero, and also will require the Senate to confirm someone to fill his position.”

Ms. Taylor was accompanied by her co-sponsoring colleagues as she talked to the press, Reps. Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar of Arizona, Buddy Carter of Georgia, and Bob Good of Virginia.

Although their bill had no chance of passing in the Democratic-controlled House, it provided Greene and other conservatives with another opportunity to criticize Fauci, who has become the face of the federal government’s response to COVID-19.

They accused Fauci of deceiving the public by changing his recommendations on mask use and the transmission of the virus, despite the fact that he and other senior scientists have defended the changes as the natural result of learning more about a brand-new health hazard.

In a recent interview with MSNBC’s Chuck Todd, Dr. Fauci stated: “As a scientist, as a health official, when those data change, when you get more information, it’s essential that you change your position because you have to be guided by the science and the current data.”

Throughout the outbreak, Fauci has been a political lightning rod, with liberals hailing the charismatic public health expert and Republicans demonizing him as the Trump administration struggled to contain the virus, at times going against Fauci’s advice.

In the wake of the publication of thousands of pages of Fauci’s work emails from the time of the pandemic, which BuzzFeed and The Washington Post obtained through Freedom of Information Act requests.

“He’s an actor, and deserves an Academy Award for best dramatic acting in a pandemic,” Gosar said of Fauci.

Fauci accused Gosar of knowing that the virus that causes COVID-19 was created in a Wuhan, China laboratory. However, Fauci’s communications contradict this, and other data remains equivocal as to the virus’s actual origins.

While the others are focused on the school and company lockdowns that occurred in the United States last year, with Good accusing Fauci of enacting “stupid rules” that “shut down our churches and small companies.”

The White House has made it clear that it supports Fauci, with President Joe Biden recently stating that he is “extremely confident” in his ability to do his duties.

The GOP press conference occurred a day after Greene attempted to deflect criticism for repeatedly using Holocaust comparisons to criticize face-mask mandates in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) criticized him for his remarks, and the House of Representatives threatened to censure him. Greene paid a visit to the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., on Monday, and later told reporters that some of her previous views were “offensive” and “hurtful.”

On Monday evening, Greene stated, “There is no comparison to the Holocaust.”

Earlier this year, Greene was stripped of her committee assignments for her past social media postings in which she supported violence against Democratic leaders and lawmakers.

We may anticipate liberal brains to burst at any minute as they rush to protect the discredited doctor who delivered their beloved masks after denouncing mask-wearing and then encouraging the usage of two. And who misled and downplayed the efficacy of HCQ and Ivermectin, two medications that could have significantly lowered the Covid19 mortality toll?


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