Don’t Fauci My Freedom

Something is wrong with my Covfefe this morning.

You might be thinking that those “Democratic” Texas legislators abandoned their oath of office when they flew to DC in an attempt to prevent a vote on legislation they didn’t agree with. You are wrong! There is only one reason they flew – on a private plane – without masks – without “social distancing”.

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50 Responses to Don’t Fauci My Freedom

  1. Babeltuap says:

    Early on he stated, “you don’t want to scare the people”. If he doesn’t want to scare us then who is instructing him to do it? I tell you who is not scared; the guy who had a massive FEMA tent birthday party, 600 guests, no masks, no vaccine check and danced the night away living the new American dream free of Fauci, CDC, NIH.

  2. Barbara Ann says:

    Great stuff Fred, I was just wondering when your next post might be.

    Lets’ face it, we should just get used to the fact that the elite ruling class are our betters and quit questioning the rules they lay down for us, the little people.

    They tell us it’s all for the Greater Good and so it is; the good of the Greater – i.e. themselves. We should celebrate our coming serfdom and thank our lucky stars we have such a selfless bunch of folk looking after our interests and saving us the laborious business of thinking for ourselves.

    The Martha’s Vineyard party could not be a clearer demonstration that our leaders are keenly in touch with the masses. I am reassured. Let Citizen Louis Obama enjoy his birthday cake. We citoyens and the elite themselves can relax, happy in the knowledge that history has no precedent for such a harmonious situation not continuing indefinitely.

  3. Eric Newhill says:

    They are so brazen in their contempt and their conceit that they can fool enough of the people enough of the time and then turn their zombie minions against the un-fooled. Really pisses me off.

    • blue peacock says:


      The Party of Davos is not fooling anyone. They’re doing everything in the open. And legally mind you, since they control the legislative, executive and judicial branches of government. And have done so for decades.

      What they’re providing the masses are bread & circuses. Let’s not blame them. They’re taking advantage because we allow them. It is more important for us to fight faux partisan & ideological battles and miss the forest from the trees.

      At least in France & Italy some people are out in the streets protesting Vax Passports. Do you see anyone doing the same in NYC or at United Airlines or the military?

  4. Artemesia says:

    Hope Obama socked away a few bucks to insulate the attic of the main house. The stripes on the roof indicate that more heat escapes than remains inside. Maybe that’s what is heating up the climate — hot air leaking out of Obama’s squat.

  5. Eric Newhill says:

    And, btw, has anyone noticed that a New York City or California restaurant has tighter entry restrictions than our Southern border? Let that sink in for a while.

  6. BillWade says:

    Yes, let us all hop into our private jets and attend the next global warming crisis event in someplace really nice!

    I’m pretty damn sure this covid thing is not about a disease but keeping us submitted and in-place. Let’s not talk to your neighbors about this, they could be diseased, ya know.

    • Fred says:

      This is the ‘great reset’, or cover for it. Did you notice China is building dozens of coal fired power plants to keep energy costs low for citizens and industry?

      • BillWade says:

        Fred, just a rumor so far but I’m hearing the younger set is going to stop referring to places in the United States by their “Colonialist” names. So, if you ever get down here to Calusa (formerly Port Charlotte)……. .

  7. Leith says:

    When I wore the uniform I had mandatory vaccinations over and over again.

    Cholera, influenza, measles, meningitis, plague, polio-virus (even though I had gotten it earlier as a boy), smallpox (ditto), tetanus-diphtheria, typhoid, typhus, yellow fever, and hepatitis etc (via gammaglobulin to boost the immune system). Plus got the TB test by injection of an extract of TB under the skin. Never had a bad reaction.

    Another veteran, a golfing buddy, claims he caught hepatitis C from shots he received when he was in the service back when they were using those airgun injectors instead of hypodermic syringes. But that was most likely a local failure to properly sanitize the airgun after use in case of blowback. In any case he, my golfing bud, at 76 years old can still do 18 holes of golf walking. So that hep C did not hurt him too much.

    For me, I ‘ll never understand the anti-vax sentiment. I suspect someone is making a lot of money out of pushing conspiracy theories about the Covid vaccines.

    • jld says:

      “I suspect someone is making a lot of money…”

      Yeah! Sure what a brillant business plan making money out of NOT doing something, beats the famous “Loosing on each piece buy catching up on the volume”.
      Are you aware that the various “vaccine” makers ARE making a lot of money?
      Are you aware that the very inventor of the mRNA vaccines Dr Robert W. Malone is “pushing the conspiracy theory” that Covid vaccines must be STOPPED?

      What else don’t you understand?

      • Fred says:

        “making money out of NOT doing something”

        Amazon was declared non-essential and ordered to stop doing business? I guess I missed that one, unlike all those inner city businesses that compete with that company.


        “I ‘ll never understand the anti-vax sentiment”

        What are second order effects and how do they influence your decision making?

        • Leith says:

          Fred – I’ll admit to just barely passing Logic 101 by the skin of my teeth. But I’m not sure anyone yet understands what the second-order effects of Covid are.

          Please educate me if you have the key.

          • Fred says:


            What is the survivability rate if infected. What are the vaxside effects 5 years from now?

          • Leith says:

            “What is the survivability rate if infected. What are the vax side effects 5 years from now?”

            Fred – Are you answering my question by asking more questions? I don’t pretend to know the future. But on the Medusa-ish internet of today I’m sure there are a thousand competing and opinionated answers to those questions.

          • TTG says:

            In another comment, Eric Newhill noted how poor we are as assessing risk. I wholeheartedly agree. The Johns Hopkins site showed 35,695,469 observed cases and 616,493 deaths a week or so ago. That gives an observed case of fatality ratio. 1.7%. My guess is that it is much lower because a lot of cases are not recorded, either never tested or asymptomatic. A better measure is the deaths per 100,000. For the entire US population, it is 187.82 for Covid-19. As a comparison, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US. About 655,000 Americans die from heart disease each year. The US mortality rate in the US is 200.8. The mortality rate for cancer is 158.3 per 100,000 per year based on 2013–2017 deaths.

            Now for the vaccinated. At least 125,000 fully vaccinated Americans have tested positive for Covid and 1,400 of those have died, according to data collected by NBC News in a 30 July article. “The 125,682 “breakthrough” cases in 38 states found by NBC News represent less than .08 percent of the 164.2 million-plus people who have been fully vaccinated since January, or about one in every 1,300. The number of cases and deaths among the vaccinated is very small compared to the number among the unvaccinated. A former Biden adviser on Covid estimated that 98 to 99 percent of deaths are among the unvaccinated.” (Somebody else can check that figure, but I bet it’s close.) For the mortality rate, let’s use the VAERS figures.

            “Over 339 million vaccine doses were given to 187.2 million people in the US as of July 19, 2021. Between December 2020 and July 19th, 2021, VAERS received 6,207 reports of death (0.0018% of doses) among people who got a vaccine, but this does not mean the vaccine caused these deaths. Doctors and safety monitors carefully review the details of each case to see if it might be linked to the vaccine. There are three deaths that appear to be linked to blood clots that occurred after people got the J&J vaccine.” An advantage of using the VAERS figures is that both the VAERS and CDC death counts are subject to the possible error of what actually caused the deaths. Dying with Covid is not necessarily the same as dying of Covid. The same is true of the deaths reported to VAERS. “FDA requires healthcare providers to report any death after COVID-19 vaccination to VAERS, even if it’s unclear whether the vaccine was the cause. Reports of adverse events to VAERS following vaccination, including deaths, do not necessarily mean that a vaccine caused a health problem.”

            Also, rather than using the number of doses, which will skew the death rate lower in the vaccine’s favor, we’ll use the number of people who received either one or two doses to get .0033% deaths, a mortality rate of 3.32 per 100,000 vaccinated people.

            So to summarize:
            Covid – 187.82
            Heart disease – 200.8
            Cancer – 158.3
            Vaccine – 3.32

            Riskwise, it not even close. We don’t get that excited by heart disease and cancer deaths. So unless you work in a swamped hospital, perhaps we shouldn’t get hysterical about Covid. So we lose half a million or a million Americans. There’s plenty more where they came from. Of course, you can’t catch those diseases through aerosol transmission from others. Still getting hysterical about deaths associated with the vaccine appears to absolutely ridiculous. This also makes our reaction to the casualties of 9/11 seem a little ridiculous as well. As for Fred’s question about the adverse effects five years down the line, I don’t know. We won’t know the long term effects of Covid or the vaccine until five years from now.

      • Leith says:

        JLD –

        Re vaccine makers making money: well we are a capitalist country, not communist. R&D and innovation are not inexpensive. But you are correct that there is a lot wrong with Big Pharma – 1] their lobbyists 2] their drug marketing practices 3] opiods 4] pricing 5] financial relationships with docs & hospitals.

        Re invention of mRNA vaccines: That was done by multiple teams of scientists at BioNTech, Moderna, and DARPA. Any claim by a single individual is outright rubbish.

        • cirsium says:

          Dr Malone is the inventor of the technology. He is not claiming to have invented the gene therapy treatments. The inventors can be identified from the patents they took out as Dr David Martin details in his interview by Dr Reiner Fuellmich.

          • Leith says:

            Cirsium –

            Neither the Pfizer vax nor the Moderna vax uses Malone’s ‘Cationic liposome-mediated RNA transfection’ method. J&J doesn’t either. Perhaps he meant AZ or Novavax? Sputnik or Sinovac or one of the dozen others out there? If so, I hope he was compensated for his contribution. By the way his claims to fame conveniently leave out his co-discoverers of that particular method, Doctors Feigner and Verma.

            There are 33 Nobel Laureates in RNA biology. Dr Malone is not among them.

            mRNA or messenger RNA had been known about since 1960, at least 30 years before Malone, Feigner, and Verma published their study. That discovery was by multiple scientist including James Watson and several others. And science’s knowledge of RNA has been around since the 19th century. So even if Dr Malone and his co-researchers were the first to transfer mRNA into in-vitro mouse cells they stood on the shoulders of the many microbiologists before them.

            The breakthrough inventors of the technology are Derrick Rossi, and Katalin Kariko.

        • Sam says:


          You’re missing Luigi Warren. Derrick Rossi’s post-doc who actually conceived the concept and did the work.

          But…that doesn’t fit the current groupthink.

    • JohninMK says:

      All the vaccines you mention are ‘traditional’ low tech using well proven testing methods.

      Whilst I have had the AZ I can understand why people do not want to take what is effectively an untested vaccine using hi tech methods.

      Also a puzzle is why the desperate rush when we now know that it is not a super killer and there are many treatments now available that can be used to significantly reduce the effect in the early stages. That is virtually guaranteed to make people suspicious.

      The real money is being made on the other side, vaccines, hospitals and PPI.

      • Leith says:

        John – Low tech? Even General Washington’s medical officers applying ground up smallpox scabs to incisions in the skin of Continental Soldiers at Morristown was considered hi-tech at the time. It should have been done a year or more earlier when the Brits used biological warfare by sending smallpox infected civilians out of the city and into Washington’s siege lines. But they waited until after the disaster at Quebec:

        “In May and June 1776, approximately half of the Continental Army task force advancing on Quebec was ill with smallpox. The Americans suffered 5,500 smallpox casualties among their force of 10,000 colonial troops. Major General John Thomas, their commander, died of smallpox during the campaign, as did many other soldiers. Decimated, US forces lost the Battle of Quebec and retreated.”
        Gillett MC. The Army Medical Department: 1775–1818. Washington, DC: US Army Center of Military History; 1981.

    • Deap says:

      You got vaccinations in the past. So did I as a military spouse being stationed overseas.

      This current injection is not a vaccination – it is an untested novel drug experiment. There are no “covid” particles in it, like your other vaccinations. There is a computer mock up of a part of a “covid” particle handed to us by the Chinese.

      This is a Franken-Innoculation and Webster’s last minute change of the definition does not make it anything close to the true vaccinations you received in the past.

      That is one of many reasons why some of us are anti-tax. In fact, we are anti-drug experimentation on the unconsented masses, because there was zero informed consent .They know nothing about this novel injection, its long term benefits or long-term impacts.

      But a shout-out to all who agreed to help us learn more about it. Best wishes.

      • Pollychrome says:

        THANKS to All who replied so honourably to “Leith.” Sadly, “Leith” seems deaf to data and logic today.

        • Carey says:

          Yes, that was/is another interesting pro-untested vax commenter, wasn’t it? 😉

          From ‘The Astonishing Hubris of a Global Experimental Vaccine’:

          “It is an objective, indisputable fact: never in the history of the world has there been a global push to administer an experimental medicine to all of humanity, billions of us, at the same time.
          I want you to stop and reflect on that. Imagine the hubris it required both to carry out this plan and to propagandize the world to carry it out.
          “Hubris?” you ask. “What do you mean?”

          >>The Covid vaccines are experimental.<< The FDA has not approved them. Most vaccines require years to test and approve, in no small part because we want to make sure they don’t have dangerous long-term side effects, which they can have; the CDC has published a list of problems with selected approved vaccines. Many experimental vaccines never make it out of the experimental phase. CNN made similar points back when Trump was, wrongheadedly (I thought so at the time) pushing for rapid approval of the Covid vaccines. Of course, the mercurial news organization hastened to forget all that when the Biden administration decided rapid vaccine deployment was a good idea.."

          Who benefits from the Covid "vaccines"; and masks (recurring, despite "vaccines"); and lockdowns (recurring, despite "vaccines"); and soon coming, boosters-of-the-week?

          Not many of us.

    • Carey says:

      Leith said: “For me, I ‘ll never understand the anti-vax sentiment. ”

      Interesting. I will remain firmly in the control group at least until the *first full-scale trials* of the Covid “vaccines” are concluded, in late 2023.

      “What could go wrong?” Plenty- as we are already seeing.

    • Eric Newhill says:

      I seriously question the figure of 616,493 covid deaths. Way too high, IMO.

      Regardless, the risk of being one of those deaths is not evenly distributed across the population. That has been one of the consistent lies about covid. The govt and media (and you) want us to believe that we are all equally at risk. We aren’t. The risk of covid death for otherwise healthy children and adults 18- 55 is minuscule; far less than heart disease, cancer, the flu, motor vehicle accidents or drowning.

      Therefore, your risk assessment is completely build on erroneous assumptions. We know that one still contracts the virus if vaccinated and that one still spreads it. So what is the point in getting it if one is the aforementioned safe demographics? Thus, even the greater good argument fails.

      For the safe demographic, at the individual citizen level, the minuscule odds of having a life threatening or long term debilitating infection probably are less than the risks of health issues represented by the vaccine – especially since we don’t know the long term health impacts of the vaccine. We do have people involved in the creation of mRNA tech stating that one would have to be “F’ing crazy” to take the vaccine.

  8. Deap says:

    Full disclosure, according to American Thinker writer:

    …………….”Dr. Fauci continued to advocate for hypodermic needles filled with graphene, polyethylene glycol, genetically modified chimpanzee adenovirus, aborted fetus parts, and spike protein”…………..

  9. Deap says:

    I suspect Nancy Pelosi had to uninvite herself since she could not risk being photographed unmasked at this super-spreader event.

    I also suspect there will be no photos of Nancy at her “other parties” on the same island among this gathered, sophisticated crowd, who have always supported others getting shot up.

    But mostly I take pleasure knowing Trump continuing to gather crowds in the tens of thousands probably bugs the heck out of this oddly constituted crowd of Obama family and close friends.

  10. Sam says:

    Left-liberals spent a full year relentlessly COVID-shaming anyone who went outside (unless for liberal protests) or questioning Fauci.

    But now that their icons threw themselves an opulent indoor maskless party, they announce that only pettiness or jealousy would make you notice.

    The fascists are laughing at us! But….we’ve allowed them to mock us.

  11. fotokemist says:

    When I was at NIH, we were encouraged to apply for patents. Should one have been awarded (I never submitted an application) the patent would have issued in our name but with NIH as the owner. NIH might choose to license the patent. I would have received a cut of any royalties.

    If that policy is still in place, then we have a conflict of interest situation for any NIH employee with their name on a vaccine patent in a position to influence policy.

  12. walrus says:

    Fred, your wonderful work reminds me of Joseph Heller!

  13. JK/AR says:

    Push this up to the forty-six minute & forty two second mark going from there

    [The Barnes guy being the legal representative of the *Covington Kids]

    (Especially for you Deap &)

  14. Deap says:

    Some powerful words to ponder – Doctor addresses a school board about the past 18 months of official “covid” failure:

    It is time to take a very different path. Be Sweden; don’t be California.

  15. Barbara Ann says:

    Fred, all

    Dr Dan Stock’s 6 minute address on the Vaxx to an Indiana school board is going viral (sorry for the pun). It sure is a powerful piece of “anti-vaxx” rhetoric and sounds reasonable to my lay ears. I’ll leave the immunology experts here to debunk it, or not.

    YouTube may have take it down by the time you read this link so I archived a copy here:

  16. Barbara Ann says:

    Fred, Colonel

    ZH have an article up which explains very well how the push for digital health “passports” are a Trojan horse for the full Great Reset agenda, which itself is geared around digital ID. I fear many of the Committee still do not appreciate the magnitude of what is at stake here and how insidious the plan is. Would you consider reproducing the ZH article, or at least a link to it, in a dedicated post?

    Vaccine passports are now a reality in parts of Europe. In the US Bill de Blasio and Andrew Cuomo are already calling for similar measures. I strongly believe this is the most important issue of our time, not least because the great majority are almost entirely unaware of the catastrophe that awaits us should the Resetists be successful. It is nothing less than a digit prison that will make the Chinese social credit system look quaint. Thanks for your consideration.

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