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Anthony Fauci, MD, director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, funded research into dangerous viruses at the laboratory in Wuhan, China, where Covid-19 may have escaped. He is also under investigation by the US Congress for subjecting puppies to cruel experiments in which they were eaten alive by insects.
This doctor you won’t see in the documentary “Fauci”, available on Disney +. The controversies were put aside to present him as a simple man, an exemplary father, a reference in medicine and a hero in the fight against AIDS. In the “mouths of the people” in the face of the efforts to fight the Covid-19 pandemic in the United States, Fauci has in this biographical documentary a kind of “confidential file” on his life, in which bad decisions, failures have been left or setbacks.
But is a man’s biography based only on success and applause? Why didn’t Disney want to show the less popular side of Fauci? That’s what we’ll be discussing in this episode of Quarantine Cult.