The left-wingers are seriously losing their heads over Elon Musk's remark about Dr. Anthony Fauci, their COVID idol.
We saw Alexander Vindman melting down. Even former CIA chief John Brennan dove in to defend Fauci and slammed Elon Musk, which is how you can tell that the power brokers are concerned about the possibility that Musk might be a threat to the mark. They're scared of what Elon Musk might drop about the cabal.
However, there was another person who slammed into a huge rake too. Ian Bremmer, the president of the Eurasia Group, a frequent political commentator on liberal media as well as a Time Magazine columnist, and an instructor at Columbia University, tried to make fun of Elon Musk by slamming him for “being on the spectrum” as a way of insulting him. Then he deleted the tweet; however, our friends at Twitchy got it first.
Doesn't that sound like a common occurrence? Left-wingers have a habit of screaming about language or are offended by something and yet they don't hesitate to attack Musk as “being on the spectrum” in the event that they disagree with the things he says. Another great example of tolerance and liberality for only certain people.
Musk has acknowledged that he suffers from Asperger's.
Musk initially announced he was diagnosed with Asperger's disease when he hosted NBC's Saturday Night Live in 2021.
“I don't always have a lot of intonation or variation in how I speak…which I'm told makes for great comedy,” Musk declared during his opening monologue, before taking over the hosting duties. “I'm actually making history tonight as the first person with Asperger's to host SNL.”
I'm not quite sure what Bremmer believed he could achieve through this kind of attack. Whatever it was, it failed spectacularly. What he did get was people comparing him to the unfair assault.
There's plenty to be said in the realm of legitimate criticism and questions about the research of Dr. Anthony Fauci. This isn’t Bremmer’s first mistake in tweeting. Bremmer was also known for tweeting an incorrect statement of President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
This is an example of how rules fail when there are narratives that need to be made. They're getting desperate.