Against all logic, Dr. Tony Fauci has actually agreed to do it:
He's said he'll have "no problem testifying." He claims "I can defend everything I've said and done."
If he honestly thinks that, then he's just wrong. There are no two ways about it.
Fauci appeared on "Your World" on FNC on January 13 and shocked the world by saying he would even be willing to testify before Congress in regards to his actions during the pandemic:
"Well, of course. I have a great deal of respect, Neil, for the process of oversight. I really do. I have nothing to hide. I can explain everything that I’ve done during the period of time that I was involved in that process. I have no trouble with testifying before the Congress at all. Like I said, I respect greatly the process of oversight in our government."
Neil Cavuto responded by saying "Because they’re going to target what you did, how you did it, and inconsistent moves in the earliest days, saying you didn’t need masks, later on saying you do need masks. You know, saying that this could be maybe an isolated problem before it got to be a big problem, and then criticizing you for saying it ended up being the very big problem you predicted it would be. So they want to get into this with you. It could get nasty. Are you prepared for that?"
Fauci responded by saying he would testify regardless of what American citizens think of him.
"Yeah. Like I said, Neil, I have no problem. I can defend everything I’ve said and done. There was an explanation for it. This was a moving target right from the beginning. People need to appreciate that. When something is obvious in January or February, that might not be the same in March, April, May, June, or the rest of the summer. This has been an evolving problem we’ve been through multiple variants. We’ve had a number of different challenges. Having said all of that, I have no problem with defending what we did."
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