Fauci stated that the accusations were dangerous not only for him but also for the scientific community.
“It’s easy to criticize, but they’re really criticizing science because I represent science. That’s dangerous,”He said. “To me, that’s more dangerous than the slings and the arrows that get thrown at me. I’m not going to be around here forever, but science is going to be here forever.”
He stated, “I’m just going about my job and I’m not going to save lives. They’re going to lie,” he said.
Fauci’s remarks have come under fire not only from Cruz, but other Republican lawmakers such as Sens. Rand Paul (Ky.), Tom Cotton (Ark.).NIH denied that it had provided funds for such research. Cruz and Cotton cited an Oct letter highlighting specific grant funding by the NIH which helped a certain aspect coronavirus research at their lab to back up their claim Fauci lied.
Fauci responded that Republican lawmakers are using him to make a scapegoat for criticism from the former President Donald Trump. “You have to be asleep not to figure that one out.”
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