Dr. Mehmet Oz calls Fauci a ‘petty tyrant,’ challenges him publicly to a debate. Dr. Oz, the Republican candidate for Senate in Pennsylvania and famous person of the tv show “The Dr. Oz Show,” has dubbed infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci a “petty tyrant” and challenged him to a debate on COVID-19.
“It is too late for Dr. Fauci to acknowledge that he was wrong on COVID. So, let’s have a debate from doctor to doctor. “Are you right here to see this Doctor?” Oz cited this in a tweet on Thursday, the identical day he published a marketing campaign commercial focused on Fauci.
“Let’s get the records straight. It’s just you and me. So let’s have a discussion, medical doctor to medical doctor, and tell the American people the actual story of COVID-19! I’m inclined to participate. Anytime. Anywhere. “Do you want to come in, Dr. Fauci?” In the marketing campaign video, Oz expresses his views.
Since the start of the coronavirus outbreak, Fauci has been under fire from Republicans, who’ve expressed dissatisfaction with how the country’s lead infectious diseases expert has advised the United States through the ordeal. House Republicans have called for an investigation of Biden’s ‘failed’ COVID-19 Mandate.
In an interview with Newsmax on Thursday, Dr. Oz said that he would want to discuss Fauci on vaccine requirements, natural immunity from COVID-19 infections, and pharmacological delays, such as those associated with monoclonal antibodies.
“He is a petty tyrant,” says the author. COVID was spelled incorrectly by him. Dr. Oz told the news site that “doctors like myself” believe Fauci has not handled the epidemic effectively, and that he “continues to get it wrong.”
The popularity of Oz rose as a result of “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” on which he appeared as a health expert on a regular basis for more than a decade, was his first television appearance.
He began his career in 2009 “The Dr. Oz Show,” as it is known. The health-themed talk show will come to an end on January 14 when Oz begins his campaign for the presidency.