KU Med Shares High Praise For Dr. Fauci

Late night tribute that probably won't convince ANYBODY one way or another . . .

Steven Stites, chief medical officer of the University of Kansas Health System, said the challenge for Fauci and other public health professionals during COVID-19 could be compared to building an airplane while flying.

“He did a great job of trying to tell us the truth as we knew it at any point in time,” Stites said. “He’s been brilliant throughout this crisis. He has had withering criticism for reasons that are quite frankly, if you really understand the medical science behind this, just completely unfounded.”

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