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PGC – When you define hate crime as speech, and you give the state power to process that speech as crime, you empower the state to control speech, endstop.

We see evidence of this in the rhetoric of the left themselves, who, whenever the narrative somehow begins to turn against them ,despite their inordinate advantage at controlling most of the bullhorns most people hear in these lands, they turn to the morality police informant willing to destroy any semblence of Bill of Rights standards because this time the narrative is too important to lose.

The handling of the Cough Cough by governments and corporations has demonstrated to most people willing to plainly observe that they view we humans as lab rats and children that must be held by the hand at all times and controlled from cradle to grave unless we manage somehow to get a ticket into the big show, the place where the human pig dependents are made.

From within their protected citadels, they make decrees and the ones who write laws and command cops follow the signal wherever it goes.  One professor is now sending a message to all the powers that be in that special club that they’re losing the narrative on Covid.  All of your efforts to micromanage our lives to safety have led to perhaps more harm than good.

We can’t even begin to count the ways that these lockdowns have changed the lives of so many of our youth who were denied we don’t even fully know what.  As we see suicide rates increase  dramatically, and small businesses forever destroyed, we see no reason to believe you anymore, not because of conspiracies, but because of the plain fruits of our lies and what our simple eyes show us.

When your news shows can’t hide the failures, you must criminalize the very thought of failure itself.  So a Professor of good standing in one of the bastions of the DNC ideology comes forward and declares it to be a rational idea to declare questioing the official science on Covid should be considered a hate crime.  Let’s throw in a protection for Fauci as well, and make it clear he’s off limits like Covid Science  is off limts.

A pediatric doctor from Baylor Colliege  of Medicine, Dr. Peter Hotez, offered such a scenario.  This man is a pediatric doctor.  I am willing to bet some of the fathers and mothers of some of the very children he serves might get arrested one day if his hate crime expansion fantasy were to happen.   Maybe one of them would go to jail, over speech, and this ‘do no harm’ in name only doctor is suggesting we throw that child’s parent in jail because the narrative is failing and no one believes we incompetent scientists anymore.

Someone recently argued with me about the rising hate in this country, suggesting it wasn’t to the point people were willing to subhumanize vast groups of people.  This item here is what confirms in me that my suspicions are sadly well founded, suspicions I am sure many of you share.

Most of this anger, most of this hate is coming from our highest leadership in all of our own major institutions, as in this case, the University of Baylor becoming a legitimizer in the minds of millions that it’s ok to view people who don’t agree with the authorities as being something less than human, subhuman, criminals who should all be locked up.

Professor suggests it should be a federal hate crime to criticize Fauci and

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2021-08-04 01:23:17
Jennifer Kabbany – Fix Editor
Excerpt:

Dr. Peter Hotez, a professor of pediatrics and molecular virology at Baylor College of Medicine, is arguing that federal hate-crime protections may need to be extended to Dr. Anthony Fauci and other scientists “targeted by far-right extremism.”

In his July 28 paper “Mounting antiscience aggression in the United States,” Hotez writes that a “band of ultraconservative members of the US Congress and other public officials with far-right leanings are waging organized and seemingly well-coordinated attacks against prominent US biological scientists.”

With that, the professor contends in his paper that Congress “should look at expanded protection mechanisms for scientists currently targeted by far-right extremism in the United States,” citing a bill that has been introduced named the Scientific Integrity Act of 2021.

 

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