Despite your vaccination status, you will see value in this discussion between Tucker Carlson, host on Fox News, and Steve Deace, host of Steve Deace Show on BlazeTV. Steve joined “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and talked about his view on Dr. Anthony Fauci’s COVID diagnosis and relentless push of the COVID vaccine.
Tucker Carlson: Steve Deace is the author of Faucian Bargain. He joins us now. Steve, it’s great to see you. So, it does take, I think you’ve written a fairly critical book of Dr. Fauci, but a fairly brazen man with some real huevos to get up there in isolation from COVID, after four COVID vaccines and demand more COVID vaccines. I mean, no average person could do that.
Steve Deace: Well, there’s a reason why the subtitle of our book is the most powerful and dangerous bureaucrat in American history. Tucker, what you just laid out in that opener there and those clips, the amount of devastation that has been felt in every school district, every church, every home, every kitchen table, every day care, every classroom in America, frankly, is incalculable. And there’s really a small group of individuals to blame for it, of which he is the ringleader. And now here we sit, ironically, maybe serendipitously, and the self proclaimed science has been failed by the science. And now Dr. Frankenstein always ends up hating the monster, I’m sorry, the virus that he created. And now here it is. His vaccines have failed him like they have failed so many people, and therefore the only thing to do is to double down and triple down, or in this case, quadruple down, and now demand that we give them to toddlers who are neither victims nor vectors of the virus. By every data model we have had on this outbreak since April and May of 2020, there’s a lot of reasons for why we’re continuing on these paths, Tucker, and I can promise you all of them are bad.
Tucker Carlson: It’s just funny how no one ever mentions it. If you ask your average person that you should try this it’s not a scientific survey, of course, but it’s interesting. How many people do you know personally, personally, who’ve died from COVID? How many people do you know personally who have been injured or killed by the COVID vaccine? Just ask that question. How many people know who got the COVID vaccine and got very sick from COVID anyway? Everybody knows the answers to those questions, and yet this is just an old memory hold, and it allows him to get out there and be like, more vaccines.
Steve Deace: And then, of course, there’s always the prepared statement. Gavin Newsom did this recently. I want … everybody has done this. Every celebrity has done this. I want to thank my vaccine, which failed me because I’d be even sicker if I had not taken it. It’s a little bit like thanking your birth control after you’re pregnant, because had you not been taking it, you would have had triplets.
Tucker Carlson: (laughter)
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“It’s all about power and control. If it was about science, they’d be a lot more transparent, a lot more honest, and a hell of a lot more humble.” pic.twitter.com/9mwhNXEprU
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Steve Deace: Never in human history, Tucker, have we ever blamed a product’s failure on the people who didn’t use it and then thanked the product after it failed us. This is cognitive dissonance. It’s group-think. Frankly, it is rather cultic.
Tucker Carlson: Well, it’s so crazy that it’s distorting people’s brains. I mean, look, I’m speaking for myself, I’m certainly not against vaccines, the idea of vaccines or whatever, but if something is failing right in front of me and you refuse to acknowledge it, why would I ever trust you again?
Steve Deace: Well, that’s the key. What’s the definition of vaccine? For 100 years prior to COVID, the definition of vaccine was very clear. I mean, when you and I were from the same generation, we took our vaccines and boosters to go to government schools when we were kids, the classic cocktails. And the implication was we wouldn’t get the stuff we were getting vaccinated against. But they changed the definition last year to suit these vaccines that don’t prevent transmission. And so this is another Orwellian example where we just changed definitions. What’s a woman, what’s a border, what’s a crime, what’s a vaccine. Whatever we need whatever definition we need to change in order to get to the power and control we want, because that’s really what this is all about. It’s all about power and control. If it was about science, they’d be a lot more transparent, a lot more honest, and a hell of a lot more humble.
Tucker Carlson: That’s it. It’s all so true. Steve Deace, great to see you.
Steve Deace: Thank you so much. Thank you, man.