Americans were stunned when they found out iconic celebrity doctor “Dr. Oz” was running for Senate in Pennsylvania. As a Republican. It appears Mehmet Oz, famed for his show and TV appearances, is a conservative who has vowed to fight for the American people. And he’s already making waves as he confronts one major establishment figure.
Dr. Oz has been criticized by the media for ages for his medical advice and views. The doctor has faced backlash from armchair “experts,” who think he needed to be held accountable. But there is one “media darling” doctor who appears to get away with all kinds of comments. Dr. Oz thinks enough is enough and is demanding a chance to confront this liberal-loving expert.
From The Blaze:
Dr. Mehmet Oz, who is seeking to represent the state of Pennsylvania in the U.S. Senate, is challenging Dr. Anthony Fauci to a debate and has called Fauci a “petty tyrant” and “the J. Edgar Hoover of public health.” […]
“You got COVID wrong,” Oz says in the video. “Let’s have a debate, doctor to doctor, and give the American people the truth about C19. I’m game, any time, anywhere. Dr. Fauci, are you in?”
Dr. Oz, who is running for U.S. Senate, called out Anthony Fauci saying his opinions and predictions about the 2020 crisis were “wrong.” He blasted the liberal establishment for showering praise on this man, despite his questionable record. And the TV celebrity-turned politician is calling Fauci out for a debate.
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Oz went further, calling Fauci a “petty tyrant.” It’s no secret Fauci has pushed extreme measures to “slow the spread.” Yet many of his predictions about the situation, most of which were marked with “doom and gloom,” have never come true. His reputation has been tarnished after numerous revelations came to light.
That includes released emails that show Fauci’s conflicting views on the subject. Not to mention the man himself admitting he lied to the American public. And there are still lingering questions about his institute’s funding of China’s experiments. Recently, Fauci suffered from low approval by the American public, who appear to no longer trust his views on the virus.
But will Fauci take up Oz’s challenge? We know that Fauci does not like to be questioned. He often gets into arguments with congress members who dare challenge his opinions. Fauci is quick to insult Republicans who doubt him, dragging politics into a discussion about science and health.