November 12th. A few days ago, former White House adviser Steve Bannon threatened to “behead” American infectious disease expert Fauci and FBI Director Christopher Ray. This radical remark subsequently drew widespread criticism, social media Twitter Also blocked his account. On the 11th local time, Fauci publicly responded to this, saying that being “beheaded” was not something he would consider when he was in medical school, and this threat was nothing but noise to him.
According to a report by the US “Capitol Hill” on the 11th, Fauci was asked in an interview that day how to deal with the US president while responding to Coronavirus Pandemic. “This obviously puts a lot of pressure on me,” Fauci said. “I think it’s really unusual when a public figure like Bannon asks me to be beheaded. When you study in medical school to become When I was a doctor, I didn’t expect such a thing. But I did focus on my target exactly like a laser beam.”
Fauci went on to explain: “If you focus on this and are not distracted by all other distractions, then it is not as bad as you think. When you are fully focused, then what I call’junk’ is nothing but nothing. Meaningless noise. Some people call for you to be decapitated, expelled, thrown into a fire pit or whatever. It’s just noise.” He also said that the implementation of blockade measures in the United States is a “last resort” and should now be committed Americans take precautions, such as wearing masks