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.DONATE
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