(NewsBroadcast.com) – All too frequently, medical doctors develop what’s called a God complex — an outward projection and belief they can make no mistakes. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) thinks that perhaps Dr. Anthony Fauci suffers from that “delusion of grandeur” because he seems to think his opinion of what constitutes “science” on COVID-19 is the only one that counts. Fauci has even taken to tattling on other medical professionals who have the audacity to hold differing opinions.
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For example, Fauci recently emailed a STAT News article to CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, highlighting portions that claim its social-distancing guideline for schools did not “follow the science.”
The article’s authors claimed the CDC justified its six-foot social distancing guidance using decades-old studies as noted in an analysis recently published in the peer-reviewed British Medical Journal. It’s worth noting that the World Health Organization (WHO) supports that position and recommends maintaining social-distancing of only 1 meter (3.28 feet.)
Apparently, Dr. Fauci took offense at the notion his recommendations weren’t accurate and flagged the article. Ironically, its recipient, Dr. Walensky, supported maintaining a three-foot gap prior to taking over the CDC in January 2021.
In July 2020, she penned a letter to members of the Newton, Massachusetts, city council advising that it is “quite safe and… practical” to maintain that lower distance when reopening schools.
What changed between then and now? If experts can’t maintain a consistent position on safety guidelines or agree with one another, then how are the rest of us supposed to trust them?
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