If Fauci aims to be a total authoritarian, he should at least apply his despotism evenly, not to mention consistently.
Alas, neither fairness nor consistency can be expected from a grossly overpaid “public health official,” who appears to spend more time as a talking mouthpiece for the Democrats than anything else.
On the side, he continues to carry on with his “gain of function” research, of course, as evidenced by his disturbingly chummy relationship with the Wuhan Institute, one that Senator Rand Paul has drawn repeated attention to.
Between colluding with the Chinese and deferring to Democrats, it is safe to say that Fauci has demonstrated rather open discrimination as of late, and this discrimination has become even more brazen in the past few weeks.
In the past couple of weeks, three major, highly publicized events have taken place: Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago, which was packed shoulder to shoulder; Obama’s self-organized birthday bash at his ill-begotten estate in Massachusetts, which blew off mask mandates entirely; and an outdoors motorcycle rally, which takes place annually in Sturgis, South Dakota.
One would think that Fauci would berate the organizers of all three events, if he were truly an objective health professional. However, Fauci berated the organizers of one event, and one event only: the motorcycle rally in Sturgis.
“I’m very concerned … that we’re going to see another surge related to that rally. There comes a time when you’re dealing with a public health crisis, that could involve you, your family, and everyone else that something supersedes that need to do exactly what you want to do.” [Source: Fox News]
Apparently, from Fauci’s brazenly biased viewpoint, including his total silence on Lollapalooza and Obama, COVID will magically not impact anyone in Chicago or Massachusetts.
But an outdoors biker rally in South Dakota? Apparently, that is suddenly a “super spreader event,” and whether or not that characterization is true, the media will paint up whatever fictional narrative they’d like, especially if it’s an attack on anyone remotely conservative in their political views.
Needless to say, various social media users weighed in on Fauci’s especially brazen hypocrisy, pointing out his beyond obvious silence on other events that violate CDC guidelines.
“I have come to loathe Fauci. I cannot believe I fell for this fraud for even a minute … Lollapalooza: Nothing. Obama birthday party: Nothing. Riding a motorcycle in the free air: SATAN’S DEVIL VIRUS WILL GET YA!” [Source: Fox News]
That’s right. Despite the CDC itself finally admitting that it was difficult for the virus to be transmitted in open air, the motorcycle rally apparently had to incur the wrath of Fauci anyway.
In spite of the Democrats’ nonstop beratement of conservatives, several positive occurrences have developed in this rally thus far, including an impressive amount of business acumen and accountability from a very young motorcycle enthusiast.
Wyatt Dennis, an 8-year-old motorcycle enthusiast, opened his donation-only lemonade stand again in 2021 after resounding success in 2020, and he also devised an impressive quantitative strategy for the expenditure of the funds.
“50% goes to college, 30% goes to St. Jude and the rest goes to — last year it was Legos, this year it’s a dirt bike.” [Source: Fox News]
In other words, Wyatt would make a better Congressperson or Senator than any of the utterly wasteful Democrats, who not only avoid work but also spend as if money literally falls from the sky, never mind merely growing on trees.
Moreover, the Governor of South Dakota, Kristi Noem, openly expressed her support for the motorcycle enthusiasts, observing that life is about making choices and evaluating risks … rather than becoming a lemming that mindlessly follows authoritarian leftists.
“The Sturgis rally is about hopping on your bike and exploring this great country through our open roads. Bikers come here because they WANT to be here. And we love to see them! There’s a risk associated with everything that we do in life. Bikers get that better than anyone.” [Source: OANN]
Author: Jane Jones