Look at How Fauci’s Head Was Placed on This Time Magazine Cover – It Speaks Volumes

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With just three weeks remaining before White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci steps down from his 54-year career at the National Institutes of Health, many Americans are furious about the wide-ranging damage caused by his misguided coronavirus guidelines.

Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Two years ago, the 81-year-old bureaucrat was a liberal media darling who was hyped to mythical levels.

In September 2020, Time magazine plastered Fauci on a fawning cover to tout its annual “100 Most Influential People” list.

This was at the height of the pandemic, so his influence was at its peak then. And anyone who dared to question Fauci’s narrative about the dubious origins of the coronavirus and his pandemic advice was attacked and even banned on social media.

Two years later, Fauci’s popularity has tumbled, with many Americans slamming him for his cavalier flip-flops on masks, school closures, vaccines and the origins of COVID-19.

Now that the scales have fallen off the public’s eyes, the same sycophantic Time cover that had elevated him to godlike status appears sinister.

The placement of Fauci’s face on the cover — with the letter “M” directly behind him — makes it appear as if the coronavirus czar has two devil’s horns sprouting out from the top of his head.

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