SLR: Anthony Fauci is as ambiguous as Rorschach test results
Last week, thousands of emails written by and to Dr Anthony Fauci, medical adviser to the US president, were provision under the Freedom of Information Act. The disclosure of 3,200 emails was a revelation. It is particularly important that the emails show that Fauci knew from the start that experts had serious suspicions about the origins of the virus. Anthony Fauci has, since the onset of Covid-19, represented very contradictory perspectives of the Covid-19 narrative in that he was both at the center of the official narrative “Covid-19 is an existential threat to humanity As well as the face of what many firmly believed to be a bogus narrative and, over time and more and more evidence, a grimly misleading narrative that would do more harm than the virus itself. The point of view of Simon Lincoln Reader, a popular BizNews columnist, that Anthony Fauci is the ultimate Rorschach test is therefore a shrewd observation of Fauci’s ambiguous portrayal of the Covid-19 narrative. BizNews has been fiercely criticized and censored for providing a platform for those who questioned the official Covid-19 narrative. – Nadya Swart
Fauci is the ultimate Rorschach test
By Simon Lincoln Reader *
Back in the days when men were men, a dweeb who couldn’t even throw a baseball correctly could never have sowed such a division, but Antoine Fauci is truly Rorschach’s test for our time, with two competing sets of confirmation bias emerging from examining his emails. In a group, if you’re Adrian Basson, you bump your little ankles under the desk: ‘oooo hy’s so flippin’ inspiring ‘. Likewise, in the offices of the Daily Moron, Poplak will scowl under his keffiyeh: “Science wins bruh… but what I really want to talk about is how, compared to me, Helen Zille is a pygmy intellectual. If you’re in London, working for the Daily Telegraph, you agree with Poplak and Bassoon – or you say nothing – because Bill Gates was pay your salary since 2017.
And if you’re part of the other much-maligned group – Jeremy Nell or Nick hudson – you’ll have hell for seeing this for what it really is: indisputable proof of fat, generously-subsidized metamorphosis.
The last time someone tried to shoot a quick one like Eduard Grebe was in 2016 – I remember it well. Jacob Zuma had just been mutilated by Mogoeng Mogoeng. Years of denials and deliberate obstruction of Nkandla (“meandos”) had finally hit the brick wall of the Constitutional Court, and Zuma was eviscerated. But the very next day in Parliament, Deputy Justice John Jeffrey tried to swing the death sentence with words like: “We thank the Chief Justice for clearing us – and we’re ready to move on. thing”. Even Julius Malema – Julius Malema – couldn’t stand it. “You can’t say you were on the safe side of this,” he thundered.
Something happened shortly after the emails were posted, which arguably explains as much as the content. Fauci is the consummate, unelected panjandrum – and his experience navigating Washington’s slippery corridors was not lost when he needed it most. One of her first engagements was to be with MSNBC presenter Nicolle Wallace, herself a former White House communications director (Democrat). On behalf of all the critical thinkers on the planet (for whom, thank you very much), she whitewashed it: “The real mark of someone is if they look good even when their personal emails go out, so you pass the test very little we would pass. ”That Fauci accepted this channel – which has been guilty of spreading bogus garbage on the Russian hoax for nearly five years – betrays a race for sympathy.
The realignment of politics is a very real threat to people like Fauci and his fanboys, and cannot be brushed aside by a pathetic softball interview – or a dismissed accusation of ‘spreading lies’ from a scientist in California whose livelihoods depend on CDC funding. In response to the emails (and arguably the broader political consequences of COVID-19 policies), two branches of thought – which would normally disagree on virtually any topic – present a united front of disgust. Garage comedian Jimmy Dore – whose viewership is considerably higher than MSNBC’s and who advocates for free health care and increased minimum wages, and Rand Paul, whose base is a frustrated libertarian, converge in despair in the face of today’s lustful and condescending behavior. the “scientific” elite, their facilitators in the prestigious media and their friends at Big Tech.
American Guardian Columnist Thomas Frank is a member of this science journal / censored /
It’s possible. So, give Eduard Grebe a try – but Nancy Pelosi is unlikely to accept your friend request.
- Simon Lincoln Reader works and lives in London. You can follow it on Sub stack.
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