Mainstream media darling Prof. Peter Hotez has published a paper in the PLoS Biology journal calling on all criticism of fake “doctor” Tony Fauci to be designated as a “federal hate crime.”
According to Hotez, federal hate crime protections need to be extended to encompass “far-right extremists” who refuse to obey Fauci’s demands that they wear a mask and get “vaccinated” to prevent infection and spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
Earlier in the year, Hotez published a paper in the Nature journal calling for people who refuse Trump Vaccines to be punished harshly for putting “vaccinated” people at risk of contracting Chinese Germs.
“There is a troubling new expansion of antiscience aggression in the United States. It’s arising from far-right extremism,” Hotez’s latest paper, entitled “Mounting Antiscience Aggression In The United States,” says.
“A band of ultraconservative members of the U.S. Congress and other public officials with far-right leanings are waging organized and seemingly well-coordinated attacks against prominent US biological scientists. In parallel, conservative news outlets repeatedly and purposefully promote disinformation designed to portray key American scientists as enemies.”
Hotez is a longtime recipient of funding from Fauci, by the way. Since at least 1993, Hotez has been taking cash from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to conduct “science” on behalf of the deep state.
Supporting freedom of choice with vaccines is “authoritarian,” says Hotez
In Hotez’s opinion, people’s rejection of Fauci Flu shots is a product of Donald Trump’s “America First” movement, which he calls a “modern day authoritarian regime.”
Prior to Trump’s presidency, the United States functioned under America Last policies that were more to Hotez’s liking. Were it not for Trump, many more brainwashed Americans would be lining right up for their DNA modification injections, Hotez contends.
“The America First element of the far right focuses on nativism, anti-immigration, and a foreign policy built around strong military build-up and deterrence, and confrontation with China,” Hotez writes.
“A darker view links it to voter suppression, and loyalty tests to the former President that question the veracity of the 2020 Presidential election.”
Even though Trump was one of the few arguing that Chinese Virus injections should be optional, despite repeatedly claiming himself to be the “father” of covid vaccines, Hotez says that Trump is an authoritarian who sought to “concentrate power among a selected few while limiting the reach of opposition groups.”
Meanwhile, Hotez is pushing for a select few bureaucrats to be afforded the power to force Wuhan Flu shots at gunpoint if necessary. This is his version of “anti-authoritarianism.”
Questioning anything Fauci says on any given day is a “hate crime,” Hotez says. And those who are guilty need to be punished for defying “science.”
“Despite evidence pointing to spillover from a viral infection in bats to additional mammals and ultimately humans accounting for previous coronavirus epidemics, the hearings took on a sinister tone, pointing fingers at virologists both in the US and China,” Hotez alleges.
Hotez also wants all criticism of EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak to be criminalized as well, claiming that Daszak has had to endure “harassment” and “stalking” by the “far-right media.”
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) should also be punished for introducing the “Fire Fauci” Act, Hotez says. In his view, any attempt at unseating Fauci and restricting his power is a form of “authoritarian hate” that must be stamped out to prevent America First “authoritarianism” from gaining any stronger of a foothold.
“The odd thing is, in a March 2020 podcast Hotez was talking about the danger of coronavirus vaccines,” noted one of our commenters about Hotez’s flip-flopping over Chinese Virus injections.
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