Fauci Declares That He Doesn’t ‘Need’ Church Anymore

Former top federal health official Dr. Anthony Fauci has declared that he no longer has a “need” for church.

During a recent interview with the BBC’s Katty Kay, Fauci revealed that he has replaced organized religion, particularly Catholicism, with himself as his only strong moral guide.

The subject of religion came up when the former director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases pointed out the chapel where he married Christine Grady in 1985.

“It’s beautiful,” said Kay.

“Yeah, it’s really nice,” responded the retired immunologist.

Kay asked, “Do you still go there? …

“You don’t practice anymore, do you?”

Fauci repeatedly responded in the negative.

He indicated that there were a “number of complicated reasons” for neglecting his faith.

Despite his complicated relationship with the truth, support for abortion, his role in funding monstrous experiments, and his ties to the origins of the pandemic, Fauci suggested there was another reason Christianity was no longer part of his life.

“First of all, I think my own personal ethics on life are, I think, enough to keep me going on the right path,” Fauci claimed.

Fauci has previously suggested that he is greater than the things he supposedly supports.

In defending his actions during the pandemic, Fauci claimed that his critics are “really criticizing science because I represent science.”

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Fauci’s office is reportedly littered with representations of his self-imposed image of grandeur.

The New York Times noted last year that “the walls in Dr. Anthny S. Fauci’s home office are adorned with portraits of him, drawn and painted by some of his many fans.”

After declaring during the BBC interview that he is beyond the need for guidance or correction from organized religion, Fauci asserted that “there are enough negative aspects about the organizational church that you are very well aware of.”

Fauci continued by noting he has previously taken the sacraments and baptized his children and insisted that he’s “not against it.”

However, he then underscored that “as far as practicing it, it seems almost like a pro forma thing that I don’t really need to do.”


Yet Fauci’s lack of respect for religion isn’t surprising.

During the pandemic, Fauci demanded that Americans cease their own religious practices.

In May 2020, he told the Jesuit magazine America that Catholic churches should “forestall” the distribution of communion, “limit the number of people,” prohibit singing, and require masking.

Stanford University’s Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, co-author of the “Great Barrington Declaration,” blasted Fauci in a Twitter/X post in response to the interview.

“Hard to say which is worse — his theology or his science,” he wrote.

Stephen Miller, contributing editor at the Spectator, wrote on X:

“He played God once.

“Why should he have to take a demotion?”

Cultural critic James Lindsay noted:

“He isn’t just Science. He’s Religion too.”

Fauci’s recent admission comes over two years after Tucker Carlson suggested that “Tony Fauci is a figure of religious veneration.

“He is Jesus for people who don’t believe in God.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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