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Dr. Anthony Fauci Named “2021 Humanist of the Year”

Dr. Anthony Fauci Named “2021 Humanist of the Year”

Meanwhile, Fauci has essentially gone missing from mainstream media in the wake of the release of his emails.

The last report we had on White House Coronavirus Task Force guru Dr. Anthony Fauci was about his emails that revealed the extent of his politically motivated lies to the public. The emails also showed the great lengths the legacy media and Big Tech went to shut down any discussion of the virus’s origins or mask use efficacy.

Despite these astonishing discoveries, the American Humanist Association announced that Fauci is its 2021 Humanist of the Year.

Fauci is chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden and has been director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the U.S. National Institutes of Health since 1984. Fauci played a pivotal role in advocating for evidence-based solutions in the global fight against COVID-19.

Humanist of the Year is the highest honor awarded by the AHA and will be given to Fauci at the organization’s 80th annual conference on July 24-25. Previous recipients include Carl Sagan (1981), Kurt Vonnegut (1992) and Gloria Steinem (2012).

“Dr. Fauci embodies humanist values, including his steadfast commitment to science, his demonstrated empathy and compassion for others and his overall direct approach,” AHA Executive Director Roy Speckhardt told Religion News Service in an interview. “He has demonstrated how powerful science and human values can be in saving lives over the past year. If there was ever an appropriate humanist of the year, he is it.”

Granted, it’s the American Humanist Association, which advocates “progressive values and equality for humanists, atheists, and freethinkers.” Perhaps a bureaucrat who is essentially a high priest to the Big State would be its ideal humanist. Fair enough.

However, what about the rest of humanity? Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan noticed something that I also have observed recently: Fauci has essentially gone missing from the media.

“For a year and a half, you couldn’t go a day without seeing Dr. Fauci on the news, on the front page of the paper,” Jordan told Newsmax anchor Grant Stinchfield.

“Time [magazine] made him ‘person of the world’, ‘person of the millennium’, whatever it was. He was everywhere,” Jordan added. Time Magazine did not name person of the world, person of the millennium or person of the year in 2020. He was named, along with frontline healthcare workers, as one of the “guardians of the year.”

“But now, when suddenly we understand that he was on notice as early as January 31, at 10:32 p.m., when he got an email from one of the neurologists who gets our tax dollars, Dr. Anderson, he got an email for him saying, look, ‘this virus looks engineered, it is not consistent with evolutionary theory.’

“Dr. Fauci was on notice about this thing coming from the lab and being engineer. And what did he do? He tried to cover his tracks and hide that information from the American people for over a year.”

Jordan added: “If I’m wrong, why wouldn’t Dr. Fauci come in answer our questions, because he’s afraid of something.”

The doctor’s congressional hot seat might become scorching after a Columbia University professor expressed his gratitude to Fauci for downplaying the possibility that COVID-19 leaked from a Chinese lab. The professor has close ties to Chinese Communist Party members.

Walter Ian Lipkin, a professor of epidemiology at Columbia University, who is known as a “virus hunter,” thanked Fauci last year for publicly dismissing notions that the virus could have originated and leaked from the Wuhan lab.

Fauci’s coronavirus-related emails showed that he had worked behind the scenes to sow doubt about the virus leaking from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the Washington Examiner noted in early June.

“We deeply appreciate your efforts in steering and messaging,” Lipkin wrote to Fauci on May 5, 2020, a day after he cast doubt on the lab leak theory.

I strongly suspect that even if Fauci wins the Nobel Prize, everyone will remember him as a career bureaucrat who opted to follow politics rather than science. A Nobel Prize would only enhance that confirmation.


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UnCivilServant | July 5, 2021 at 10:04 am

Is the AHA one of those ironically named organizations?

Goes right along with Jill Biden on Vogue cover: a first lady for all of us: Fauci a a freaking fraud for the whole world.

nordic_prince | July 5, 2021 at 10:17 am

Fraud of the century.

    This guy is a total stooge, well-paid for this treason over time – and I’m not just talking about since Covid. Fauci’s treachery and profiting from it began well before.

    But if you despise Fauci, remember: he’s just a stooge. Look to whose puppet he is.

The mutual hemorrhoid admiration and asshole sniffing society strikes again.

    More like the mutual fascism society (aka the United Nations).

    Yikes. Next thing you know they’ll give useful idiot racists like Obama the Nobel Peace Prize.

I strongly suspect that even if Fauci wins the Nobel Prize, everyone will remember him as a career bureaucrat who opted to follow politics rather than science.

Unfortunately there are millions who believe absolutely everything the Joseph Goebbels media tells them. For them, Fauci will become another god-like object of worship.

The Nobel committee has long been noted for bizarre Peace Prize selections (Yasser Arafat, Mikhail Gorbachev, the UN Peacekeepers, Amnesty International, Rigoberta Menchu), but in recent decades it has become obsessed with boosting the fortunes of mediocre American politicians (Jimmy Carter, Al Gore, Barack Obama). Fauci may be the next beneficiary of this wacky obsession.

    “Become another god-like object of worship”?

    Trust me, from elsewhere I visit on the internet he’s been that way since last March, and there are still plenty of people who believe everything he says. No point in pointing out that he constantly contradicts himself, because either they don’t care or they’ll just say you’re “anti-science”.

I would have gone with “2021 Two-Faced Mealy-Mouthed Megalomaniac Riddled with Short Man Syndrome of the Year”, but that’s just me.

    That may be great for a bumper sticker but doesn’t meet the standard for “sound bite virtue signaling” demanded by people who can barely read.

Hitler and the Nazi Party gave out awards and honors.

So Fauci got the award for running interference like an offensive lineman. The difference is that a team member does it for the team, not himself.

Either that or he’s on the wrong team.

The ceremony will pre-empt all other broadcasting. Can’t wait.

2021 isn’t over yet.

“Humanist”. Great. Just what we need, another euphemism.

2smartforlibs | July 5, 2021 at 11:52 am

Was Goebbels ever up for a similar award?

Given the history of our species since humanism became popular with our elite, I have to say he is a fantastic pic.

Just another commie word twist
“humanist” must be the new word for mass murderer

Lord Fauci did his job to perfection. He provided both the rationale and the means to crush an economy, to rig an election and to oust a sitting president. As a side benefit, the ruling class now understands how easily a significant portion (perhaps a majority) of the populace can be manipulated into accepting absolute governmental control of behavior.
Mission accomplished!
And the next recipient of the Presidential Metal of Freedom – Lord Anthony Fauci.

    It’s more sinister than even that: Fauci’s dealings with the Chicomms evem years prior to 2020 show this was long in the works – and Fauci sold out our country. He’s the Chris Wray/Barr/Sessions of doctors.

It is not the Medal of Freedom – yet. Now, I stand in awe of any organization that can find Lord Fauci to be a “Humanist”. So, I decided to find out what it takes to be a “Humanist”; I went to to find out. I quote:

Humanism is a progressive philosophy of life that, without theism or other supernatural beliefs, affirms our ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good.

I’ll leave that without comment save that I did enjoy the part about leading ethical lives while aspiring for the greater good.

    txvet2 in reply to JGO_KY. | July 5, 2021 at 3:18 pm

    “”responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good.””

    As defined by the Marxist left. Translation: Bow to the state.

    DSHornet in reply to JGO_KY. | July 5, 2021 at 3:43 pm

    “… ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good.” That’s oxymoronic in two ways. Ethical behavior is relative to how others are affected, and evaluation of the greater good also is in respect to others. So where does the “personal fulfillment” apply if other people are negatively impacted? They didn’t think this through.

    One need never apologize for observing the Golden Rule. It looks like they don’t have to bother with it. So much for “ethical” and “the greater good.”

What a joke!

Now we know humanism means funding Chinese biological weapons research facilities.

Comanche Voter | July 5, 2021 at 9:27 pm

Pustulent prevaricating pompous little piss ant–that’s St. Anthony Fauci.

barbiegirl ny | July 6, 2021 at 8:27 am

Seems all once meaningful awards have been bastardized by politically-bent organizations. Look at Obama winning the Nobel Peace Prize–what was that for? Being the first half white president who affirmative-actioned his scrawny hind quarters into the White House? So Fauci winning an award for what amounts to political obedience should come as no surprise. After all, he stuck to whatever script he was handed on any given day, even if it made him sound like a dementia patient who couldn’t remember what he said five minutes ago…..ala Joe Biden.

    UserP in reply to barbiegirl ny. | July 6, 2021 at 6:46 pm

    “…affirmative-actioned his scrawny hind quarters into the White House.”

    Yeah but there was a heavy-set, double-wide, super-prodigious hind quarters pushing him into the White House thus enabling pride in it’s country for the first time in it’s adult life.

Well, if Saudi Arabia and China can be on the UN Human Rights Council ….

Better than calling him Inhuman would be to say he is Anti-Human.

Another comical pointless “award” much like barry’s peace prize.

Frank Hammond | July 6, 2021 at 11:00 am

Fauci = The Bernie Madoff of Medicine

Must be a nice little “social” club. I see the VERY DEMOCRAT HERO, Margaret “I never met a black person I didn’t want to eliminate” Sanger won in 1957! You remember that The hilLIARry considered Ms. “let’s kill all them weeds” Sanger to be one of her HEROES!! “dr falsey” is in FINE company!

On Judgement Day, If Jesus were to ask, “What did you do to earn the ‘2021 Humanist of the Year Award’, I wonder how damning his answer would sound?