GOD COMPLEX: Fauci declares he ‘can’t tell a lie’ and reveals he ditched religion for his ‘own personal ethics.’

It looks like the Tiny Totalitarian still has his U.S. Marshals security detail, despite being “retired” from government service. His full time chauffeur and fully staffed taxpayer-funded security detail puts American on the hook for a million dollars a month.

The BBC interviewer, worshipping Fauci, discusses his fitness routine. Asked about the status of his diet, Fauci jokingly responds, “I can’t tell a lie.”

Next up, they walk past the church at Georgetown where Fauci got married. We then find out that the good doctor no longer practices religion, as he is guided by a higher moral authority: “my own personal ethics.”

“As far as practicing, it seems almost like a pro forma thing that I don’t really need to do,” he adds.

Fauci doesn’t need God. God needs Fauci.

“What is sin?”, a legendary community organizer was asked by a Chicago Sun-Times reporter covering religion-themed topics in 2004. He famously replied, “Being out of alignment with my values.” Or as the late Tom Wolfe wrote in his epochal 1976 article, “The ‘Me’ Decade and the Third Great Awakening,” “It is entirely possible that in the long run historians will regard the entire New Left experience as not so much a political as a religious episode wrapped in semi military gear and guerrilla talk.”

Or these days, alternating between Antifa’s paramilitary togs and the bio-suits worn inside the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China, lest a lab leak of a particularly dangerous virus escapes out into the open.