Conservative broadcaster Megyn Kelly worked blue while talking about retiring National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Anthony Fauci on her Wednesday podcast.

The former Fox News star began her “Megyn Kelly Show” tirade by tearing into the nation’s foremost authority on immunology she blames for lockdowns meant to control the COVID-19 pandemic,

which has killed more than 1 million people in the U.S. and more than 6 million worldwide since 2020.

She started by playing video of the 81-year-old immunologist suggesting his messaging during the pandemic may have appealed to Americans who value science and prioritize “people caring about people.”

Kelly interpreted his comments as arrogant, mocked him with titles like “Mr. Truthful” and “Mr. Integrity, and blasted “his mandatory beloved vaccines.”

Becoming increasingly incensed while playing sound bites supportive of her narrative that Fauci had misled the nation while serving two presidents during an international health crisis, 

Kelly offered a scenario in which the Republican Party wins a majority in the House of Representatives and compels him to return to Washington, D.C., for questioning.

“F--k you, Dr. Fauci!” Kelly raged. “You don’t get to say whether you go.”

Fauci announced this week that he would be retiring from government work after more than a half-century of service.

“Good riddance, Dr. Fauci, you are not truth and you will not be missed,” 

she fumed before ending the segment, then calmly breaking into an on-air ad in which Kelly asks “

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