Dr. Pierre Kory’s latest piece for FoxNews takes Fauci to task with a breakdown of some of his biggest mistakes.
Rather than admit mistakes, Dr. Fauci seems intent on revising history 

Tony Fauci’s galling interview with the New York Times is still generating headlines more than a week after it ran… and with good reason. “America’s Doctor,” a man who once prided himself as being the personification of science itself, strenuously disavowed responsibility for the policies he touted – and even denied touting them at all!

“Show me a school that I shut down and show me a factory that I shut down. Never. I never did. I gave a public-health recommendation that echoed the C.D.C.’s recommendation, and people made a decision based on that,” he pleaded to the Times.


In response, even his most ardent cheerleaders have expressed skepticism and doubt. So we figured — why not pile on?!

Dr. Kory’s latest piece for FoxNews takes Fauci to task with a breakdown of his three biggest mistakes. Here are some of the highlights:

In the face of plummeting math and reading scores between 2020 and 2022, Fauci is especially quick to deny his role in the school shutdowns. Last fall, Fauci raised eyebrows for denying that school lockdowns, “forever irreparably damaged anyone.”

Yet as late as September 2020, Fauci recommended that schools only open back up once the virus is “under control.” Earlier in the year, he had chastised Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, warning that premature re-opening “likely” lead to widespread student infection.

Today, even left-leaning sources concede that “kids are safe. They always have been.”

Then came the vaccines. From the outset, Fauci’s entire COVID mitigation strategy was based on an experimental vaccine rushed to market under the branding “warp speed.” There had never been an mRNA-approved vaccine before, and now it was being pushed non-stop from the White House podium with the full support of the pharmaceutical industry.

It was always highly illogical to deploy a static vaccine toward a mutagenic and constantly changing coronavirus. Then came the checks the vaccines couldn’t write. Fauci told us they would stop transmission. He implored us to “follow the science.”

… Fauci blamed “misinformation and disinformation” for “really hurting so many things, including people’s trust in science,” yet on his watch, laws were passed that empowered government agencies to strip doctors of their medical licenses for questioning the wisdom of vaccines.

These efforts left a profound lasting impact on medicine and the patient-doctor relationship. Suddenly physicians were forced to choose between offering their best advice or losing their ability to practice medicine.

Fauci’s legacy is one of narcissism and power. The glorification of his massive ego trumped any scientific or medical data. His policies were giveaways to the pharmaceutical industry, which helped burnish his image and crush dissent. He saw his opportunity for the spotlight and seized it. Now, rather than admit mistakes, Fauci is intent on revising history. 

Unfortunately for his legacy, we’re all living with the consequences of his hubris, and they are impossible to overlook. 

While there is some justice in Fauci’s cheerleaders turning on him like he turned his back on so many people in their times of pain, it’s certainly a day late and a dollar short. But maybe it will finally convince him to stay out of the limelight once and for all.

You can read Dr. Kory’s article in full on FoxNews.