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Breaking: Dr. Birx to Retire After Getting Exposed For Travel Scandal, Whines About Media Treatment

Dr. Deborah Birx will be retiring in response for being exposed as a total hypocrite after she was caught traveling for the holiday’s after she told everyone else to stay home.

The doctor whined about how she was treated, saying the experience was “overwhelming” for her and her family

“I want the Biden administration to be successful,” Birx said as she bragged about her work in the federal government since the Reagan administration.

“I will be helpful in any role that people think I can be helpful in and then I will retire,” she said.

“I will have to say, as a civil servant, I will be helpful through a period of time, and then I will have to say, this experience has been a bit overwhelming. It has been very difficult on my family … I think what was done over the last week to my family.”

It is extremely hard to feel bad for Birx after she told over 300 million Americans to not see their families for the holidays but then visited her own family.

Check out what the New York Post reported:

The infectious disease expert, 64, was outed on Sunday for not following her own travel guidance when she was joined by three different generations of family at one of her vacation properties on Fenwick Island in Delaware the day after Thanksgiving.

She was roundly criticized for not following her own orders after publicly urging Americans in the days leading up to Thanksgiving to limit gatherings to “your immediate household.”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has also warned Americans not to travel over the holidays and had discouraged indoor gatherings involving members of different households as infection rates continue to soar.

Birx, who is an internationally recognized AIDS researcher, had been pursuing a role in the incoming Biden administration, according to an Associated Press report from earlier this month.

But in the Newsy interview, Birx indicated she had changed her mind due to the intense focus on her personal life.

Birx tried defending herself as she tried to make excuses for why her travel was okay.

“I think what was done in the past week to my family — you know, they didn’t choose this for me. They’ve tried to be supportive, but to drag my family into this,” Birx said.

“My daughter hasn’t left that house in 10 months, my parents have been isolated for 10 months. They’ve become deeply depressed as I’m sure many elderly have as they’ve not been able to see their sons, their granddaughters,” she added.

“My parents have not been able to see their surviving son for over a year. These are all very difficult things,” she continued.

Birx’s holiday travel was exposed by a disgruntled in-law who reached out to the Associated Press.

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