Your Honor, I would like to submit this blog post as Exhibit A.
When the dust and the COVID-19 settles, this week's exchange about the merits of Dr. Anthony Fauci and his contributions to the nation's fight against the coronavirus or his wrong headedness about all things disease related will be examined again and again.
If you are looking for dysfunction in how the United States federal government is responding to COVID-19, look at the recent School Reopening Guidance from the CDC and the president decrying it as too difficult and expensive. The vice president then says the CDC will be issuing new guidance, and the CDC responds with, "No, we won't be issuing new guidance."
Then the topic of the day, is this op-ed that was in USA Today, Anthony Fauci has been wrong about everything I have interacted with him on: Peter Navarro which echoes the list of times that Dr. Fauci was wrong -- that was issued by the White House Communications Department this past weekend and sent to the Washington Post.
Followed today by the president and the communications office at the White House saying that Navarro was not cleared to send that op-ed to anyone. Dr. Fauci responded, "Speaking to The Atlantic, Fauci called White House attacks on him "bizarre" and said they ultimately damaged Trump.
I looked up synonyms for bizarre, they include: strange, peculiar, odd, funny, curious, offbeat, outlandish.
I'm positive I'll have more exhibits to share in the future.