Criticizing Fauci and Government Scientists Should be a Federal Hate Crime, Scientific Paper Says

Previously: Fauci Claims “I am Science”

Anthony Fauci is not simply the ruler of the universe and the ultimate decider of all things in the realm of men – he is also the true embodiment of Science itself. This means that he is capable of shaping the form of reality with his words.

Criticizing any sentence that Fauci speaks – or even a part of it – is beyond any religious heresy and entering into the realm of pure evil, just like cannibalism and Holocaust denial.

The College Fix:

Dr. Peter Hotez, a professor of pediatrics and molecular virology at Baylor College of Medicine, is arguing that federal hate-crime protections may need to be extended to Dr. Anthony Fauci and other scientists “targeted by far-right extremism.”

In his July 28 paperMounting antiscience aggression in the United States,” Hotez writes that a “band of ultraconservative members of the US Congress and other public officials with far-right leanings are waging organized and seemingly well-coordinated attacks against prominent US biological scientists.”

Dr. Peter Hotez

With that, the professor contends in his paper that Congress “should look at expanded protection mechanisms for scientists currently targeted by far-right extremism in the United States,” citing a bill that has been introduced named the Scientific Integrity Act of 2021.

It would protect government-funded scientists “from political interference, but this needs to be extended for scientists at private research universities and institutes. Still another possibility is to extend federal hate-crime protections,” Hotez wrote.

Hotez has become something of a media darling on CNN and other left-leaning news and radio outlets amid the pandemic. His Tweeter feed includes retweets calling the professor a “national hero” and likening him to Dr. Leonard McCoy of “Star Trek.”

Other Hotez retweets talk of him fighting against misinformation from “Fox News” and being brave in the face of threats he has received.

The National Pulse reports Hotez has been funded by Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1993.

They’re trying to put the clamp on him.

It’s a vast right-wing conspiracy.

Brave scientists fight back, but how can they stand against such a force, if the feds refuse to arrest people who question them?

It’s time to put the clamp on the clampers, and really hit the gas on scientific FACTS.