Two Pictures That Explain Everything You Need To Know About The Fauci Documentary On Disney+
ยท Oct 11, 2021 ยท NottheBee.com

We regretfully reported recently that Disney+ began streaming a National Geographic documentary on everyone's favorite petty tyrant, Dr. Anthony Fauci.

I am known on Not the Bee as the movie review guy (because I did it one time), but this is a movie I am definitely unwilling to watch just on its face.

But now I have two VERY good reasons to not watch this disgustingly worshipful documentary.

First, courtesy of a brave hero who did indeed watch the entire documentary, we have this revelation:

The man, the greatest doctor in the world (besides DOCTOR Jill Biden of course), Anthony Fauci has an oil painting of HIMSELF hanging in his home office. I've been saying for a while that this man is full of ego, but I would not have guessed it was to this level.

Lots of people have inspirational paintings on their walls. Usually, if it's a painting of yourself that makes you a dictator at worse, and an egomaniac at best.

Here's the other, more hilarious, image that explains why I won't watch this documentary:

You read that right. The audience score on Rotten Tomatoes โ€“ meaning the regular people who watched the documentary โ€“ has given it a 4%.

Critics, however, seem to love it. 91% gave positive reviews.

The reason for this, of course, is that most critics are leftists and elitists, most of whom worship at the feet of Fauci. The only negative reviews probably say they didn't laud Fauci enough.

The documentary itself is a joke. The fact that people still take this man seriously is a very sad joke.

Will I be watching this movie? No thank you. I'd rather watch A Recipe For Seduction.


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