His Gov't Job Was Informing Public About COVID-19. His Other Job Was Calling For Fauci To Be Executed.
William B. Crews, a public affairs official for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has left his job today after the Daily Beast reported that Crews was moonlighting as "streiff," the managing editor of RedState.
Crews was not pushed to "retire" simply because he wrote for a conservative website under a pseudonym. Rather, it is likely because he spent his time at that conservative website undermining NIAIDS' work of informing the public about COVID-19 — his actual job there — and writing numerous articles about how COVID-19 isn't a real threat, calling his co-workers and his boss, Dr. Anthony Fauci, "public health nazis," and calling for them to be publicly executed in an extremely violent and horrific manner.
It is actually somewhat surprising that his tenure there did not end with a Patrick Henry Sherrill moment, given how thirsty he was to witness his co-workers' demise.