Dr. Oz built an incredible career dispensing medical advice on television. Here’s his latest bit of advice for Anthony Fauci, the government employee who brings his gloom and doom announcements to America via any and all TV cameras he can get in front of; “Move along.”
Dr. Oz is running for Senate in the state of Pennsylvania, so he’s become a politician now. He says most Americans are either suffering from Fauci fatigue or have completely blocked out the 82-year old doctor.
“Dr. Anthony Fauci has lost the faith and confidence of the American people. It’s time for a new face talking to the American people, one that is more trusted.”
Dr. Oz took it a step further, saying that Fauci “should be held accountable for misleading, whether willfully or unintentionally, the American public and the United States Congress.”
The famous TV doc is looking to take over the vacated seat left behind by retiring Republican Senator Pat Toomey in Pennsylvania. The chief opposition for Ox will come from David McCormick, another non-politician who made a fortune running a hedge fund.
Dr. Oz told the New York Post that Fauci needs to be replaced as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases as quickly as possible.
Despite his advanced age, it makes sense that Fauci would prefer to hold on to the gig as long as he can since he stays in front of television cameras and he is the highest-paid federal employee, with a salary just south of $500K.