Kelly Tears into Fauci After Subpoena Comments

One of the hot topics this week is congressional hearings that will investigate Dr. Anthony Fauci.

He will be subpoenaed, of that, there is little doubt.

Will Fauci comply?

He says he will seriously consider it, which sent Megyn Kelly off the deep end.

Steve Bannon Treatment

Now, most of you know I think congressional hearings are a complete joke.

As I have stated before, the fact that they are such a joke is one of the reasons that former Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) left Congress.

How congressional subpoenas are treated has changed rather dramatically over the last two years with the January 6 Select Committee.

All of a sudden, people are being indicted for not showing up.

To that point, Megyn Kelly shredded Fauci for his response.

No need for a setup here, just watch Kelly go off on this in the video below…

Bannon, by the way, stands to do two years in prison for contempt of Congress.

His sentencing is on October 21.

So, Dr. Fauci, please, ignore the subpoena.

Source: New York Post

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