Birx, That Blood Won’t Come Off


Anthony Fauci has continuously tiptoed around Cheetolini, only half doing his job to avoid being fired.  But in late March, Deborah Birx went full Lysenko, appearing on the “christian broadcasting service” to praise Cheetolini as “attentive to scientific literature and details”. She signed on and made herself party to Cheetolini’s empty headed ideas.  (I refuse to address Fauci or Birx as “doctor” any longer after they forfeited the honorific title.)

Quoting from Vox, March 27, 2020.  The strikeout is mine.

Deborah Birx praised Trump as attentive to scientific literature and details. Nope.

Dr. Deborah Birx, a respected physician and experienced diplomat who seemingly serves as a voice of reason in her role as coordinator of the White House’s coronavirus task force, raised a lot of eyebrows on Thursday with her effusive praise of President Donald Trump as “attentive to the scientific literature and the details” during an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network.

“He’s been so attentive to the scientific literature and the details and the data,” Birx said. “I think his ability to analyze and integrate data that comes out of his long history in business has really been a real benefit during these discussions about medical issues.”

She is a careerist and sought to maintain her position in the halls of power.  And did it in the worst way possible, stroking the ego of a 70 year old infant with a gun in his hand.

Yesterday, Cheetolini spews his stupidest ideas yet about using ultraviolet light and lethal chemicals.  He claims they are her ideas, that she is planning to test them, making her responsible and not him when stupid people try these things and start dying.

In the video below, starting at 30 seconds, watch her face turn and her bodily reaction as she squirms in the seat, wishing she could disappear.  She knows full well the consequences of what he is saying.  People will die, and she will be blamed while he walks away clean.

I have lost all ability to feel empathy for Birx and her inevitable fate.  She knew what she was signing on for and became a participant instead of saying no.

The right thing to do now, the only way she can save herself morally, is to go public and retract everything he said and call for his removal.  But she won’t, because it would ruin her career.

Comments

  1. brucegee1962 says

    “The right thing to do now, the only way she can save herself morally, is to go public and contract everything he said and call for his removal.”
    contract > contradict?

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