Fauci Returns – New Censorship Goals Pushed

Dr. Anthony Fauci gave a terrifying commencement speech to this year’s Columbia University graduates, sounding like something out of George Orwell’s “1984.” He had come out of hiding for the occasion.

Fauci told the pupils, “In certain cases, outrageous distortions of truth have reflected differences of opinion or ideology.”

“Sadly, a lot of the things that drive some parts of our society are lies, falsehoods, and conspiracy theories. People eventually begin to accept these things without question, a dangerous development I refer to as ‘the normalizing of lying.'”

Is it not the case that receiving the vaccination prevents you from contracting or spreading COVID-19? To argue that six-foot social separation was a pure fabrication would be a falsehood. Yes, it was. Like everything this individual has promoted, there was no proof that masks were effective, according to “The Rubin Report” anchor Dave Rubin.

Fauci continued, blaming social media and news outlets and arguing that it matters to those in the scientific and medical fields because “our whole identity is grounded in facts, evidence, and critical thinking.”

“And we, more than anybody else, have to resist these distortions of reality and truth,” Fauci said in closing, evoking the Orwellian notion that the public domain should only admit the official version of events.

“All of the things he just accused us of are the things he and his group of crazy people have been doing,” Rubin said.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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