MSNBC Host Declares Herself a 'Fauci-Groupie'

MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace's fandom of Dr. Fauci is unmissable. She's proud of it. On Monday, Wallace said she likes Fauci so much that she has declared herself an official “Fauci-groupie."

And as a Fauci groupie, Wallace says we shall not blame the Biden administration for the recent Covid surge. Because unlike when Donald Trump was president, a US president can no longer control a virus that originated from Wuhan.

“You see how difficult this is for this administration. I mean I am a Fauci groupie," Wallace says. "A thrice-vaccinated mask adherent. I buy KN-95 masks by the case load, they are in every pocket. I wear them everywhere except when I sit down. And I am certain that this is not a variant I can outrun."

These are the conversations that take place daily on MSNBC. To recap, Fauci is an all-knowing saint. Biden is not responsible for anything. And no one can outrun omicron -- it's coming for all of us and will catch each of us.

You might question Wallace's sanity after such a segment. While fair, you must understand her allegiance to Fauci could pay off.

Wallace has quickly become Fauci's go-to host at a time of need. Notably, Wallace brushed Fauci off on the day numerous outlets published emails that suggested Fauci knew Covid originated from a Wuhan lab. Fauci chose wisely. Wallace protected him by even saying he "looked good," despite damning evidence that he's a fraud.

Wallace has used her mutually beneficial relationship with Fauci to rise up the ranks at MSNBC. Keep in mind, Wallace is aiming to replace Rachel Maddow at 9 pm by mid-2022. And reports say that NBC bosses view her as the frontrunner.

So by the 2022 midterm elections, a proud Fauci-groupie could helm the most powerful vehicle in liberal media. Think about that and what it'd do for Fauci's status.

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