The fallout from Dr. Anthony Fauci's recently uncovered emails hasn't been as swift or severe as many would like.
After all, the doctor and scientist who receives the U.S. government's largest salary has given the nation advice that's conflicting at best and both damaging and deceitful at worst.
And yet, frustratingly, White House spokesperson Jen Psaki recently told a reporter that there were no circumstances under which Joe Biden would fire the doctor.
But, unlike New York governor Andrew "Grandma Killer" Cuomo, Anthony Fauci will at least be unable to profit from his pandemic-exploiting book on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
The two book-selling giants have taken Fauci's ironically titled "Expect the Unexpected: Ten Lessons on Truth, Service, and the Way Forward" off the virtual and physical shelves.
Listings on both stores' sites have been scrubbed, although some lesser-known book retailers are still offering it via pre-sale at this point.
If you look at the numbers again, you had Cuomo profiting off a pandemic, a government official. Now we have Fauci doing it as well. I think this is appalling. Fox News contributor Joe Concha agrees: "Dr. Fauci, I think his credibility is waning at this point because he is so overexposed. He's never met a microphone he didn't like, and half the time he's doing interviews, sharing his feelings, you know, hair standing in the back of your neck sort of thing instead of actual data, actual science. Look, I think many in the country threw up in their mouth a little bit when they heard that Dr. Anthony Fauci will be releasing a book on the pandemic, thereby profiting off the pandemic.
We should probably bundle this book, you know, save a couple of bucks with Andrew Cuomo’s book, who got a five million dollar book advance while the pandemic was still raging so he could spike the football in the end zone, talking about what a great job he did. What he did, this isn’t even up for debate, was the worst job of any governor."