Dr. Fauci just proved once and for all how arrogant he is by saying he doesn’t ‘need’ this anymore

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COVID was the opportunity Dr. Anthony Fauci needed to make a name for himself.

And his arrogance rose to the occasion.

But now Dr. Fauci just proved once and for all how arrogant he is by saying he doesn’t ‘need’ this anymore.

The COVID pandemic catapulted Dr. Anthony Fauci to the front page of the nation’s consciousness.

Fauci thinks he is a God

Dr. Anthony Fauci, now 82, said in a recent interview that he doesn’t need organized religion, especially not Catholicism, because he already has a strong moral guide.

And who is Fauci’s moral guide, his God? 

Himself, of course.

During a rambling interview with the BBC’s Katty Kay, the former director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases at the National Institute of Health, pointed out the chapel where he and Christine Grady were married in 1985.

“It’s beautiful,” Kay noted.

“Yeah, it’s really nice,” responded the now retired immunologist.

Kay then asked the controversial doctor, “Do you still go there? … You don’t practice any more, do you?”

Fauci responded firmly in the negative, telling the BBC host there were a “number of complicated reasons” for his lapse in faith.

Of course, Fauci’s support for abortion-on-demand, his failed relationship with the truth, and his clear willingness to see monstrous and deadly experiments funded at any cost shows his lack of religion is a long-time matter.  

And we now know Fauci got funding for the dangerous tests conducted at the very Wuhan lab which would become the epicenter of the COVID pandemic.

“My personal ethics are enough”

Fauci told Kay, “First of all, I think my own personal ethics on life are, I think, enough to keep me going on the right path.”

This is not surprising for a man many say has long held a God complex.

Fauci has previously made little effort to try and hide his self-esteem.

He has even claimed that anyone who criticizes him are “really criticizing science, because I represent science.”

And The New York Times reported last year that “the walls in Dr. Anthny S. Fauci’s home office are adorned with portraits of him, drawn and painted by some of his many fans.”

After explaining to Kay that he is beyond the need for guidance or correction from any organized religion, Fauci said that “there are enough negative aspects about the organizational church that you are very well aware of.”

While Fauci then went on to claim he is “not against it” and has previously taken the sacraments and even baptized his children, Fauci boldly claimed that “as far as practicing it, it seems almost like a pro forma thing that I don’t really need to do.”

Fauci’s continued God complex and indifference to organized religion make clear why he was so eager to tell Americans to stop going to church during COVID.

In May 2020, Fauci did an interview with the Jesuit magazine America that Catholic churches should “forestall” the distribution of communion, “limit the number of people,” prohibit singing, and compel masking.

Stanford University’s Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, co-author of the “Great Barrington Declaration” that Fauci called “very dangerous,” wrote of Fauci, “Hard to say which is worse — his theology or his science.”

And Stephen Miller, a contributing editor at the Spectator posted on X, “He played God once. Why should he have to take a demotion?”

Cultural critic James Lindsay said, “He isn’t just Science. He’s Religion too.”

Fauci’s recent admission gives even more credence to Tucker Carlson’s comment some time ago that, “Tony Fauci is a figure of religious veneration. He is Jesus for people who don’t believe in God.”

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.