President Biden’s disgraced chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci has warned that “misinformation” about the Covid jabs represents a “direct threat to democracy.”
In an interview with MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell, Fauci dismissed criticism from Twitter CEO Elon Musk, saying “I don’t pay attention to that!”
“I mean, yeah, he has a big megaphone, but, I mean, the Twittersphere as it is has really gone berserk lately.”
“It’s kind of become almost a cesspool of misinformation,” he added.
Reclaimthenet.org reports: Last Sunday, Musk criticized Fauci and called for his prosecution for lying to the American public and funding research that might have been the origin of the virus.
“My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci,” Musk wrote.
He later shared a meme showing Fauci telling Biden, “Just one more lockdown, my king.”
In another interview on David Axelrod’s podcast, Fauci also dismissed criticism from Musk.
“I don’t respond to him,” Fauci said. “I don’t pay any attention to him because that’s merely a distraction,” he said. “And if you get drawn into that, and I have to be honest, that cesspool of interaction … there’s no value added to that, David. It doesn’t help anything.”
Dr. Fauci was asked by MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell if society was becoming “anti-science,” referring to the rise of what she called “disinformation and misinformation” spreading online.