In an appearance on “Fox News Primetime” Monday, Logan said that people have told her that Fauci doesn’t represent science, but represents Josef Mengele, the Nazi doctor who became known as the “Angel of Death” for the atrocities he committed.
“I am talking about people all across the world are saying this,” Logan claimed, providing zero evidence to support her wild assertion.
Fox News did not respond to requests for comment.
But elsewhere, the reaction was swift, with top organizations calling out Logan’s comments as reprehensible.
Jonathan Greenblatt, the head of the Anti-Defamation League, said in a statement that “there’s absolutely no comparison between mask mandates, vaccine requirements, and other COVID-19 mitigation efforts to what happened to Jews during the Holocaust.”
“This includes making outlandish and offensive analogies suggesting that somehow Dr. Anthony Fauci is akin to Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele, known for his gruesome medical experiments on concentration camp prisoners,” Greenblatt said.
“Josef Mengele earned his nickname by performing deadly and inhumane medical experiments on prisoners of the Holocaust, including children,” the organization wrote, adding, “there is no comparing the hell these victims went through to public health measures.”
Logan was formerly a correspondent for CBS News’ famed program “60 Minutes.” At the network, she faced significant scrutiny for errors in a report she did on the Benghazi attack, ultimately resulting in her apologizing for the inaccuracies and being forced to take a leave of absence.
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