Recently, Dr. Anthony Facui did an interview with the BBC’s Katy Kay.
At one point during the interview, Fauci and Kay were walking down a hallway. As the two were walking, a Catholic chapel was pointed out by Fauci, and he explained to Kay that it was where he was married.
That was when the doctor revealed that he doesn’t attend church anymore because he feels that is a “thing that I don’t really need to do.”
Fauci believes that he such a good person that he no longer needs to attend church.
“A number of complicated reasons,” he said. “First of all, I think my own personal ethics on life are I think enough to keep me going on the right path.”
“And I think there are enough negative aspects about the organizational Church,” he continued. He noted that Kay was “very well aware” of these things, without naming them.
“I’m not against it,” Fauci explained. “I identify myself as a Catholic. I was raised, I was baptized, I was confirmed, I was married in the Church. My children were baptized in the Church.”
“But as far as practicing it, it seems almost like a pro forma thing that I don’t really need to do.”
This is such a platonic comment it’s hilarious. Religion is for the underlings but not for me since he’s achieved higher morals.
Anthony Fauci explains that although he identifies as Catholic, his “personal ethics on life” are so strong that he has no need to practice the religion. “It seems like a pro forma thing that I don’t really need to do.” pic.twitter.com/r5YbCs2gbM
— Laura Powell (@LauraPowellEsq) December 9, 2023
I thought when he said he was the “science,” he just misspoke because he was getting emotional.
“If you are trying to get at me as a public health official and a scientist, you’re really attacking not only Dr. Anthony Fauci, you are attacking science,” Fauci told Chuck Todd back in June last year.