In the words of a scientist threatened by the non-fax galaxy: “There is a general tendency towards anti-science and anti-authority. Political polarization prevents us from relying on scientific data. This is how people attack scientists. In the United States, I have been a target of extremist groups. We live in a period where lies are normalized. Over the decades, vaccines have saved hundreds of thousands of lives: it is unhistorical to be anti-vaccine. I have a motivation behind me that has never given up on me throughout my career. I have been director of the Institute of Infectious Diseases for almost 40 years. “My mission and goal are to safeguard and safeguard the health of Americans through science and public health, as well as indirectly to protect the health, well-being and security of the world through engagement in health care at the international level.”
Anthony Fauci, one of the world’s leading infectious disease experts and advisor to the last seven presidents of the United States of America, said this in an exclusive interview with Monica Maggioni on the In Mezz’ora program on Rai3.
“Even if I was attacked, I felt that I could maintain my professionalism by carrying out my duties towards citizens, not towards a president or a particular political party. I felt it was my duty to disagree and be attacked by the President of the United States while carrying out my duties. He added: “I did not think for a moment about resigning,” referring to his conflicting relationship with then-US President Donald Trump.