If Fauci Is Such An Impartial Icon Of Science, Why Did He Get This Prestigious Leftist Award?

Written by Wes Walker on August 4, 2020

Love him or loathe him, Dr. Fauci is ubiquitous. Few figures soak up as much TV time and media prominence as Fauci has since the Chinavirus made him famous.

In Mid-April, there was a petition to nominate him in the running for ‘sexiest man alive’.

Finding anyone who spends as much time in the public eye might require recalling the Creepy Porn Lawyer. (Aside from Gov Cuomo and Adam Schiff when they each got daily friendly coverage for their political malfeasance.)

And the Creepy Porn Lawyer was scolded by a judge that being a full-time media personality means he could not adequately tend to the legal responsibilities of representing his client.

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It makes one wonder just how much time this endless media adulation leaves for, you know, doing his job.

It is concerning that Fauci is the personality the Democrats (Media and Elected) have hailed as a savior and whose quotes they so frequently use to undermine Trump.

Now that he’s getting the same award that Colin Kaepernick has received for his Social Justice work (while ironically cashing checks from Nike and their Chinese Slave Labor), it casts further doubt on his objectivity. After all, the Left has a long-established habit of recognizing their own and rewarding faithful service.

What award? The Ripple Of Hope.

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and Dr. Anthony Fauci have been recognized by the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Organization to receive its most prestigious award. They were two of the five people chosen for the 2020 RFK Ripple of Hope Award.

The award honors people who “demonstrated a commitment to social change” and have “utilized their platform for the public good.”

“At a time when the courageous pursuit of equality and justice has become political and riddled with adversity, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights stands with these modern-day human rights defenders in their inspirational fight for progress,” the organization said in a statement.

…Previous winners of the Ripple of Hope Award include: Barack Obama, Tim Cook, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Robert F. Smith, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Belafonte, John Lewis, Hillary Clinton, Bono, and Joe Biden. — FoxNews

Looking at some of those names, maybe they ought to have called it ‘Ripple of Hype’.

This guy has been a bureaucrat for 52 years.

Fifty-Two.

For perspective, this writer’s parents hadn’t even MET fifty-two years ago. And he’s been working in Washington since 1968.

Is it just coincidence that many of Fauci’s positions happen to run counter to Trump’s desire to return to the workforce?

For example, Mr. Science here is NOW taking a stand AGAINST school reopening. And he has even floated the idea of the public adding face shields to our mask-wearing.

Forget the fact that CDC has recommended AGAINST Mask use…

“It is not known if face shields provide any benefit as source control to protect others from the spray of respiratory particles. CDC does not recommend the use of face shields for normal everyday activities.” — CDC

And that the CDC has insisted that reopening schools is an urgent priority…

“It is critically important for our public health to open schools this fall,” he added. “CDC resources will help parents, teachers and administrators make practical, safety-focused decisions as this school year begins.” — CBS

Little Lord Fauci has taken both sides of a number of issues just in the few months since the ChinaVirus came to town. Including whether we should or shouldn’t use masks, and whether or not this virus was a disease anyone in America should really take seriously. So of COURSE, we need to implicitly trust Fauci for public policy advice.