Media Lambastes Sen. Ron Johnson for Speaking Truth: Yes, Fauci Did ‘Overhype’ Danger of HIV
America’s bought, braindead and blinded mainstream media is lambasting Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) for his observation that Dr. Anthony Fauci “overhyped” the danger of HIV during the 1980s.
“[Dr. Fauci] created all kinds of fear, saying it could affect the entire population when it couldn’t,” Johnson said during a Dec. 1 interview with Fox News host Brian Kilmeade on the “Brian Kilmeade Show.”
Public health is now religion with “appeals to authority” having replaced citation, scientific empiricism and debate as the source of truth.
The press treats Dr. Fauci’s pronouncements with an infallibility that would make medieval Popes envious.
Subsumed in this orthodoxy, media outlets have been complicit in Dr. Fauci’s disastrous mismanagement of the pandemic — with 4.2% of the world’s population, America under Dr. Fauci’s regimen, racked up 20% of global COVID deaths.
The media also covered up Dr. Fauci’s historic atrocities in the same way Boston newspapers covered up the Catholic Church’s pedophile scandals in the 1990s.
Anyone who bothers to look at the history will find that Sen. Johnson’s assertion is accurate.
As I chronicle in my book, “The Real Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health,” by 1983 it had become a hardwired reflex at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to exaggerate public fears of pandemics, and Dr. Fauci’s first instinct as national AIDS czar had been to stoke contagion terror.
He made himself a villain among AIDS activists with a fear-mongering 1983 article in the Journal of the American Medical Association warning AIDS could spread by casual contact.
At the time, AIDS was almost exclusive to intravenous drug users and males who had sex with other males, but Dr. Fauci incorrectly warned of “the possibility that routine close contact, as within a family household, can spread the disease.” Given that “nonsexual, non-blood-borne transmission is possible,” Fauci wrote, “the scope of the syndrome may be enormous.”
In his history of the AIDS crisis, “And the Band Played On,” author Randy Shilts reported that the world’s leading AIDS expert, Arye Rubinstein, was “astound
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