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The best article I've read about Fauci
Anthony Fauci is in the news. The best article I've ever read about him is by Celia Farber, and it will only take 10 minutes to read.
Most things that fill a thick book with narrow margins would make a much better article. Such is demonstrated by my twin-sister investigative reporter Celia Farber’s 1,600-word comment on Fauci, posted to Planet Waves FM one year ago.
It’s called America’s Doctor: It’s Not Just That He’s So Boring, and it’s all you really need.
In case you’re curious, here is my interview with Celia from earlier this year, which was more like a therapy session (for me). I still have lots of other questions — maybe she’ll come back onto the program.
Celia has been watching Major League Virus antics from the dugout since the mid-1980s when she was a student at NYU and an intern for the rock magazine SPIN. By some karma, dharma, miracle or mishap, she emerged as one of the very few wholly sincere, full-time reporters on the story. (She was not in the press box watching from afar; she was near many of the major players and had direct access.)
Celia brings to her comments on this issue the one thing that you need the most from someone who has been involved for decades: PERSPECTIVE. As she says in this article, we all placed too much emphasis on Robert Gallo. It was Fauci all along.