Fauci’s NIH Official Incites, Wants Conservative “Skinned Alive”, Doubles Down

 

 

Amid a vast purging on social and visual media sites of conservatives for wrong-think, these apps and websites remain continually silent about the constant bombardment of inciteful, hateful, vitriolic language used by leftists and establishment politicians on a daily basis.

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In one of the latest examples by a prominent establishment public official, the former Senior Policy Analyst for the NIH tweeted:

Once again for the morning crowd: Hawley deserves to be skinned alive and rolled in salt. https://t.co/zrQG8oNCaA

— Jonathan Gitlin (@drgitlin) January 7, 2021

 

The Tweet about the republican senator Josh Hawley, who opposed the electoral college certification, after the Stop The Steal rally has since been removed and Gitlin has made his Twitter account private.

However, Gitlin was actually doubling down on previous comments:

The National Pulse also reports:

“The tweet – in direct response to a tweet chastising Hawley for challenging election fraud – followed a January 6th tweet professing a similar, violent sentiment:

 

“Gitlin is also a former Adjunct Professor at the University of Kentucky and is the current Automotive Editor for Ars Technica.” He worked at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) from 2009 to 2015, serving as a Senior Policy Analyst.  You might know the NIH because it is the parent organization for Anthony Fauci.

According to the National Pulse, the Chinese-linked NIH employs 6,000 research scientists and has a multi-billion dollar budget that is taxpayer-funded.  It operates under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

“Fauci, a mainstream media favorite who helped shape President Trump’s COVID-19 response, has led the NIH’s Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIIAD) since 1984.

Therefore, Fauci was at the helm of one NIH’s leading bodies at the time of Gitlin’s hiring and, perhaps, a recipient of his advice, given Gitlin’s senior role at the institute.”

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