Rand Paul Has Another Warning For Americans About Fauci That You Don't Want To Miss
This time last year comedians and politicians alike were making jokes about Rand Paul for taking a stand against Dr. Anthony Fauci. Paul was ridiculed for claiming that Fauci has a hand in the gain of function research behind Covid-19— But it's Paul who's had the last laugh now.
I find it interested that now we know Fauci lied to Congress when he denied taking part in the gain of function research in Wuhan China, the media has stopped covering it.
Now the man who first told the world to be wary of Dr. Fauci has a new message of warning. Paul spoke with Glen Beck from TheBlaze and told listeners to watch out who they hand control over to:
"It is kind of amazing, particularly that no one from the opposite side of the aisle seems to care at all about the dangerousness of this virus and that it might have come from a lab, and in all likelihood did come from a lab," Paul said. "Not one Democrat is curious at all. You know, you would think that Democrats have at least some sensibilities about the danger of things. They tend to be the ones who want to regulate away the things that could be dangerous in the workplace. Yet they don't seem to care about something that could kill millions and likely did kill millions of people. This virus has a 1% mortality and killed 5 million people so far, around the world. Can you imagine if the next one that comes out of the lab has 15% or 50% mortality? And they are doing experiments, as we speak, with viruses that have 50% mortality, and Fauci seems to have no problem with this. He says we weigh the risks versus the benefits of the research, and he comes down on the side that the risks are worth it."
"All of humanity could be wiped out if they make [another] tragic error," Glenn responded. "This is not something that the elites should be the ones making the decision. We should all be involved in these decisions. There's no bigger decision to make than, 'should we be playing around with things that don't exist necessarily in nature that have jumped to humans?' Should we be playing around with these things, making [dangerous viruses], so in case it jumps to humans, we can kill it with a vaccine? This is insanity. Insanity. Especially with arrogance coupled to it."
Paul doubled down on his warning about Fauci's absolute power and says that no one should wield that much authority. Especially someone against science and personal freedoms:
"Fauci not only has a casual disregard for science, but also for individual liberty. You combine the two — ignoring the science, and then having no regard at all for individual liberty — and you have a really dangerous situation. But it's also dangerous because we've centralized the authority," Paul explained.
"Look, I have opinions on where the virus came from. I have opinions on how to treat it. But they're my opinions, you don't have to take them. If you agree with me, you can listen to my opinions. With Dr. Fauci, it's not the same. He has opinions, but he wants you to be forced to do as he says. So it is the difference between coercion and freedom. And in freedom, there are many choices. But the real danger is, as we centralize authority, ultimately you get authoritarianism. And I think that he could easily be a medical dictator, if he were allowed to be."