Dr. Fauci's latest exchange with Sen. Rand Paul left him wriggling like a fish on a hook when questioned about funding gain of function research. Andrea Widburg gives a detailed accounting of Fauci's desperate tap-dance to avoid having to say the truth.
The man who considers himself the embodiment of science has made it clear that he's not about to accept any responsibility for the carnage that he and other health officials unleashed in their Covid response. Fauci's Nuremberg moment may yet be approaching but in the meantime, Joakim Book asks, is anyone going to accept responsibility for this?
The folks responsible for destroying so many lives claim they did what they did in order to protect us. Mike Maharrey reminds us that the power to protect is the power to control. If you want to protect people from opportunists, limiting government power is a must.
Have you noticed how little the media is saying about the alleged plot to kidnap Michigan governor Whitmer? Julie Kelly says that virtual blackout isn't an accident. She lays out the likely cause of why the case itself is imploding.
It should be clear by now that the political class is terrified by the prospect of an armed citizenry being able to tell them "no" and to resist by force, if necessary. Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed has just thwarted another attempt to stop "ghost guns" through regulatory fiat.
It seems pretty clear that the folks who think they must tell the rest of us what to do have no intention of relinquishing the control they've assumed via the pandemic. Brendan O'Neill says we won't get back to normality by waiting for them to give us permission to be free. That's a choice we'll make for ourselves.
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