Remember those emails that made Dr. Anthony Fauci look exponentially worse than his year’s worth of TV analyst work already did? Of course you do, since they were just released earlier this week. However, according to MSNBC’s highly-promoted host Nicolle Wallace, Fauci has still come out on top.
Here’s what propaganda via Comcast looks like in 2021:
MSNBC’s @NicolleDWallace scores the first interview w/ Fauci since his emails were made public and uses it to say: “The true mark of someone is if they look good even when their personal emails come out, so you pass the test very few of us would pass." pic.twitter.com/SNMXBrXm5v
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) June 2, 2021
That’s a shameful segment. Embarrassing. Dishonest. But also entirely predictable.
“The true mark of someone is if they look good, even when their personal emails come out. So you pass the test very few of us would pass,” Wallace concludes.
How exactly do emails, which show Fauci essentially covered for the Chinese Community Party by publicly dismissing evidence that the virus leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, make him “look good”?
Does anyone know? I do not.
You have to give Fauci credit though. Because there was a 50% chance Jake Tapper would ask him a tough question, the doctor opted to appear with Nicolle Wallace instead.
It sure seems like Nicolle Wallace’s chances of interviewing Hunter Biden and/or Xi Jinping are on the rise.