Dr. Anthony Fauci, a serial flip flopper in the era of the Chinese coronavirus, railed against the “normalization of untruths” and “so-called news organizations” during his commencement speech at the University of Michigan over the weekend.
“Being in Washington has allowed me to experience first hand the intensity of the divisiveness in our nation,” Fauci told the graduates during the roughly 15-minute speech.
“What troubles me is that differences of opinion or ideology have in certain circumstances been reflected by egregious distortions of reality,” he said.
It is a perplexing claim, given the fact that Fauci himself has altered his positions on a variety of issues — from the efficacy of masks to forced vaccines — over the course of the pandemic. Notably, prior to the pandemic, Fauci once dismissed masks as a “paranoid” tool, and early on in the pandemic, he admitted that drugstore masks are “not really effective in keeping out virus, which is small enough to pass through the material.” Yet, he publicly went on to become a champion of forced masking, violating his own purported beliefs at his own convenience:
He made a similar move recently, refusing to attend the White House Correspondents’ Dinner due to the risk of contracting the coronavirus, yet he attended a White House Correspondents’ Association garden party over that same weekend.
However, Fauci ignored his own displays of hypocrisy in the speech, insisting that “elements of our society have grown increasingly unfazed by a cacophony of falsehoods and lies that often stand largely unchallenged, ominously leading to an insidious acceptance of what I call the normalization of untruths.” – READ MORE