With Putin’s ending of the global pandemic and Tony Fauci wiped clean of the public scene, a look back at the enormous amount of false information Fauci fed the world seems warranted. A fact-checking summary to close the era. And a reminder to never forget.
The sheeple have moved on as instructed by legacy media and politicians, replacing their “I Got Vaccinated” profile banner with a Ukrainian flag. They now spend their social media time ranting about the latest “Hitler” and demanding WWIII get underway instead of promoting an experimental drug and destruction of the economy. “I support the Latest Thing.”
But those with memories longer than one week might be interested in looking back on what Fauci told the world these last two years. A look at how utterly wrong he was. Hence my Top Ten fact check.
I refer to the two years prior to Feb. 24, 2022, the day the global COVID pandemic ended. I’ll set aside for now why Putin should be nominated for the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his success. I’ll just note that Putin accomplished in one day what no government, mass media, or Big Pharma corporation was able to do in two years. And I won’t get into the clear signs that none of this dream team ever wanted the pandemic to end during the last two years.
Mis-, dis-, and mal-information (MDM) is a new Department of Homeland Security (DHS) acronym. MDM is now considered a terroristic threat to the U.S. Homeland by DHS, per their Feb. 7, 2022, National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin. Their stated concern is that information the government doesn’t want us to hear will “sow discord and undermine public trust in government institutions.” The DHS advises that “false or misleading narratives and conspiracy theories have and will continue to contribute to a heightened threat of violence in the United States.”
Okay, I’ll go with the claim that MDM is a serious terrorist threat for my Top Ten list. Who then are the terrorists we need to censor?