Suddenly, Wen is the one getting "canceled," not the unvaccinated. And it could not be happening to a more deserving person, seeing as how Wen openly called for medical fascism against anyone who disagreed with her position on the injections, masking and lockdowns.
For daring to declare that the Fauci Flu is endemic and we must now just live with it, Wen faces being booted from speaking at the 2022 American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting. There is even a petition circulating to have her removed from participation.
"We are demanding our colleagues and fellow leaders in public health to reconsider and replace Dr. Wen with someone whose work is consistent with anti-racist, anti-eugenicist public health practices and community health," the petition letter reads.
Wen is learning the hard way that her own tactics and methods are easily turned around against her. Many other leftists like her still need to learn that lesson – and they certainly will at some point as this whole plandemic ordeal continues to unravel.
More than 600 public health researchers, professors, students, and physicians have signed the petition letter, which declares Wen's new positions to be "unscientific, unsafe, ableist, fatphobic, and unethical" – pretty much the gamut of "woke" speak right there in one sentence.
Back in March of this year, Wen tweeted that "everything has risk, and zero covid is not a viable strategy." In other words, she came to the realization that endless masking and injecting is not sound policy – and for stating this, she is now considered to be "unscientific."
Wen also advised people to stop eating garbage and watch their weight, which is why she is now dubbed "fatphobic" by the very same people who worshipped her back in 2021 – and who are more than likely, in many cases, fat themselves.
Wen further believes that people should be able to make their own health decisions – a position now held, at least officially, by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Because of this belief, Wen is now an "ableist."
Some of Wen's newfound enemies are even calling her a eugenicist because she now believes that there should be no universal masking or injecting requirement for covid. People should be able to decide for themselves how to live – and that statement apparently implies that only the strong will survive, making Wen a "eugenicist."
"This is histrionic nonsense," writes Billy Binion for Reason about the eugenicist accusation against Wen. "Actual eugenicists in the U.S. sterilized racial minorities and the poor."
"The petitioners mock actual eugenics victims by comparing their abusers to someone who echoes the scientific consensus that COVID-19 is now endemic to the U.S. and cannot be fully eradicated."
Wen is even now speaking out against face masks, which she called "little more than facial decorations" in a recent statement. Wen still supports "high-quality masks," but because she does not support a mask mandate, her critics say she is a mass murderer.
"How I think about risk has really evolved over the course of the pandemic," Wen said at the recent Aspen Ideas Festival. "If there's one thing that I wish we had all done a better job of communicating right from the beginning, it's that change is to be expected."
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