Crowder Talks with Megyn Kelly About Biden’s Mask Mandates: “The Issue Here is Not Hypocrisy…”

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Big boss man Steven Crowder was on The Megan Kelly Show yesterday, where they spent a few minutes talking about some topics near and dear to all of our hearts: the hypocrisy of our political elites and the unparalleled arrogance of the COVID priest Anthony Fauci.

Biden’s Mask Hypocrisy and Fauci’s COVID Arrogance, with Steven Crowder | The Megyn Kelly Show

“The issue here is not hypocrisy. The issue with Nancy Pelosi getting her hair done in the middle of a lockdown is not hypocrisy. The issue with Governor Whitmer flying to Florida when she was trying to ban people from flying to Florida, going up north to her lake house, and also being in a crowded bar having pizza […] is not hypocrisy. It’s that they aren’t afraid of it in the way they demand you and I do […] What does that tell you about former Vice President Joe Biden?”

The point Steven makes is both salient and instructive. The politicians have access to the same information as the general population, yet they have no issue tearing off the masks the moment the cameras are turned off. Why? The messaging simply isn’t matching the behavior. But it isn’t hypocrisy because they don’t believe what they’re saying in the first place. Megyn agrees:

“You’re 100% right […] It really just sort of puts the lie to what they’ve been saying all along. They don’t believe it, and we don’t believe it, either”

When the topic turns to the exalted one Fauci, Steven doesn’t hold back.

“The ego on this guy! […] This guy is so unbelievably out of touch, and he’s been wrong—let’s be clear—about everything!”

Fauci is fine with stomping on your rights. He’s lied when it was convenient for him. And he’s got his own baseball card of himself sitting on his desk. What’s not to like about this egomaniacal fiend!

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Author: Joseph Gunderson

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