For over two years, the nation's highest paid bureaucrat,
Anthony Fauci, skipped his way to near dictatorial powers by
pretending to be "science" while advising, recommending and guiding
what Americans should do to fight off the coronavirus. Problem is,
his advice, recommendations and guidance were more often than not
taken as dictates. And that he was able to become America's Tyrant
and seize individual liberties on a daily basis by ducking and
dodging accountability and using language that gave him the tools
to duck and dodge -- saying things like perhaps, and potentially,
and maybe -- is a horrible truth that is only growing more horrible
by the day. Why? Well, now Fauci's out there in the media merrily
gaslighting the American public. For instance, he now says he had
nothing to do with closing down America's public schools. Really?
He must be held accountable for his deceptions and spins and lies.
A new film, "The Real Anthony Fauci," based on Robert Kennedy's
book of the same title, gets the ball rolling. Producer Jeff Hays
discusses and warns that unless midterms fall the right way, Fauci
may escape accountability.
About the Podcast
Bold and blunt: Washington Times online opinion editor Cheryl Chumley brings her no-holds-barred take on the big issues of the day.