Megyn Kelly used her podcast Wednesday to blast Dr. Anthony Fauci for his comments about congressional oversight after he said he would "consider" it, under certain conditions.
“Sure, I certainly would consider that,” Fauci said when asked if he would testify before Congress. “But you’ve got to remember — I believe oversight is a very important part of government structure, and I welcome it, and it can be productive. But what has happened up until now is more of a character assassination than it is oversight. So, sure, I would be happy to cooperate, so long as we make it something that is a dignified oversight, which it should be, and not just bringing up ridiculous things and attacking my character. That’s not oversight.”
“He sounds like he’s been invited to afternoon tea at one of our houses. ‘I will consider it. I’ll consider it. You know, only if it’s oversight because what I experienced was personal attacks. I will go if it’s true.' F*** you, Dr. Fauci. You don’t get to say whether you go — you get a congressional subpoena, you show up, or you get the Steve Bannon treatment!” she ranted.
She found fault with Fauci for lying and flip-flopping on aspects of COVID like masks and natural immunity, but refusing to admit it.
He also attempted to cover up Wuhan's involvement in the origin of COVID, according to emails later recovered and released to the public.
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