The top White House coronavirus adviser under two presidents, Dr. Anthony Fauci, gave the wrong answers to the major epidemiological and public health questions posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, contend two experts on infectious disease outbreaks.
In a column published by Newsweek.com. Drs. Martin Kulldorf of Harvard and Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford write that when the pandemic hit, America “needed someone to turn to for advice.”
The media and public turned to Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and President Trump’s top health adviser on the pandemic.
However, Kulldorf and Bhattacharya write, “Reality and scientific studies have now caught up with him.”