Source: NwoReport

Fox Nation host Lara Logan has ignited scrutiny by comparing Dr. Anthony Fauci to the notorious Nazi, Josef Mengele, who conducted hideous experiments on innocent people at Auschwitz during World War II to earn his moniker as the ‘Angel of Death.’

On Monday, Logan, appearing on Fox News Primetime, discussed the Biden Administration’s response to the new super-mutated Omicron variant of COVID-19 when she launched into a tirade against the President’s Chief Medical Adviser.

‘This is what people say to me, that he doesn’t represent science to them. He represents Josef Mengele, the Nazi doctor who did experiments on Jews during the Second World War and in the concentration camps,’ Logan opined.

‘And I am talking about people all across the world are saying this because the response from COVID, what it has done to countries everywhere, what it has done to civil liberties, the suicide rates, the poverty – it has obliterated economies – the level of suffering that has been created

because of this disease is now being seen in the cold light of day, i.e. the truth, and people see that there is no justification for what is being done.’

Logan wasn’t the only one to take a shot at Fauci. Tucker Carlson used his show to compare the nation’s top

infectious disease expert to Fascist Italian dictator Benito Mussolini.

‘After two years of being nonstop media adulation, Tony Fauci has morphed into an even shorter version of Benito Mussolini,’ Carlson declared during Monday’s installment of Tucker Carlson Tonight.

The talk show host’s claim, relating to the size of the two men, fell a bit short. Fauci is 5-foot-7, the very same height as the former Italian dictator.

Logan’s rant drew parallels between the long-serving director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the Nazi doctor dubbed the ‘Angel of Death.’ This coincided with the second night of Hanukkah, a prominent Jewish holiday celebration.

Jewish organizations around the world were quick to condemn Logan, with the Auschwitz Memorial in Poland accusing the TV presenter of ‘exploiting the tragedy of people who became victims of criminal pseudo-medical

experiments in Auschwitz in a debate about vaccines, pandemics, and people who fight for saving human lives is shameful.’

The museum, which maintains the death campsite where 1.1 million people were systemically murdered, wrote in a tweet commenting on Logan’s diatribe: ‘It is disrespectful to victims & a sad symptom of moral and intellectual decline.’

Israel’s Yad Vashem Holocaust Remembrance Center also bashed Logan’s comments.

Yad Vashem Chairman Dani Dayan said in a statement that his organization ‘strongly condemns the use – by both organizations and individuals – of the Holocaust, its images and characters associated with it, to further agendas and causes of any kind that are unrelated to the Holocaust.

‘Manipulating the Holocaust in this trivializes the horrific atrocities that were perpetrated, and denigrates the memory of the victims and the survivors.’