(PatriotWise.com)- Peter Navarro, the trade adviser during the Donald Trump administration, has made it very clear that he doesn’t support controversial public health official Dr. Anthony Fauci and thinks that the former president should have fired him.
During an interview on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” show, promoting his new book, Navarro said that he had asked Trump on several occasions to fire Fauci when he was heading up the White House Coronavirus Task Force.
Navarro said that he told the former president to “strangle that Fauci baby in his crib” in order to prevent a “Churchill with Hitler” situation in the White House. He also revealed that the only reason Fauci stayed in the position is that White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney stepped in and encouraged Trump not to do it.
In Navarro’s new book, In Trump Time, a photograph is published of Navarro and Trump together. The picture is captured, “may or may not be me telling the boss to fire Fauci.”
How long until the radical left starts freaking out about Navarro’s use of the phrase “strangle the Fauci baby” and claim he’s calling for violence?
During the interview, which took place on November 24, he told Bannon that there are “two forces that were pushing Fauci.”
Peter Navarro says he repeatedly told Trump to fire Fauci, but Chief of Staff Mulvaney saved him. Navarro says he told Mulvaney, “this is like Churchill with Hitler – strangle that Fauci baby in his crib.” pic.twitter.com/jtbXd39hcT
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) November 25, 2021
He said that there is the “big four in the healthcare bureaucracy,” which include Alex Azar, the former United States Health Secretary, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Robert Redfield, the director of the National Institutes of Health, Francis Collins, and former commissioner for the Food and Drugs Administration, Steven Hahn. He said that those four all treated Fauci as the “best thing since sliced bread.”
The other force, he explained, was the “coward in the chief of staff’s office.”
“Acting chief Mick Mulvaney and the press shop were quivering in their knees at the thought that they might take any blowback if Fauci got fired,” Navarro said.
If Trump ever serves another term, let’s hope he’s learned lessons from these people…