SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL SAYS CRITICISM OF SCIENTISTS SHOULD BE LABELED AS HATE

An article in The National Pulse, a scientific journal, explains the writings of Peter Hotez, as a lobbying for criticism of scientist, specifically President Biden’s COVID adviser Anthony Fauci, to be labeled as “hate.”  Hotez, sometime a guest on legacy media outlets, called to “extend federal hate-crime protections” to scientists facing criticism. 

It is the controversial Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, who has funded organizations that gave grants to the Wuhan lab in China, where COVID is thought to have originated.

Just week ago, Fauci let loose with his ego and argued publicly that anyone who argued with him was disagreeing with  “science.”

The report explained Hotez, who himself has been given money from Fauci’s NIAID operation, “offered the robust defense of scientists including Fauci and Ecohealth Alliance President Peter Daszak in a recent paper: ‘Mounting Anti- Science Aggression In the United States.'” 

Hotez charged, “There is a troubling new expansion of ant science aggression in the United States. It’s arising from far-right extremism. 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 U.S. biological scientists. 

In parallel, conservative news outlets repeatedly and purposefully promote disinformation designed to portray key American scientists as enemies.”
He charges that “nativism, anti-immigration and a foreign policy built around strong military build-up and deterrence” is unacceptable.

The report continues, “Hotez even draws comparisons to the intentions of the Trump Administration and its ‘America First’ allies to those of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Joseh Stalin, Marxists and Leninists.”

He wrote, “historically, such regimes viewed scientists as enemies of the state.  In his 1941 essay, Science in the Totalitarian State, Waldemar Kaempffert, outlines details using the examples of Nazism under Hitler, Fascism under Mussolini, and Marxism and Leninism. 

For example, under Stalin, the study of genetics and relativity physics were treated as dangerous western theories, and potentially in conflict with official social philosophies of state. Today, there remain examples of authoritarian regimes that hold similar views.”

Leftists, in fact, have compared Trump to Hitler throughout his campaign and tenure in the Oval Office, sending the message that anything goes in their efforts to defeat Trump and his ideas, as one would consider all means available should there actually be a “Hitler” to oppose.

He explained the solution is a strong public defense of Fauci from the president, and it could even involve extending “federal hate-crime protections.”

Fauci has created his own controversies in recent months, over the issue of the Wuhan lab’s “gain-of-function” research, at Wuhan.  Fauci publicly called Sen. Rand Paul, a liar for pointing out that he (Fauci) had talked about the “gain-of-function” research at Wuhan. Fauci continues to deny any “gain-of-function” research involvement.  

The paper was published by the Public Library of Science Biology journal.  
Contents of this article were first released by WND.

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Brigid
Brigid
1 month ago

The National Pulse is not a scientific journal. You need to correct that. In fact the first sentence makes zero sense. “An article in The National Pulse, a scientific journal, explains the writings of Peter Hotez, as a lobbying for criticism of scientist, specifically President Biden’s COVID adviser Anthony Fauci, to be labeled as “hate.”
Huh?