The majority of people we talk to on the NOQ Report are conservatives. We do not act like mainstream media and try to hide our biases, so it isn’t often we get to interview progressives. We broke from the norm on the latest episode to talk to Dr. Andy Lazris, a man who not only treats people with Covid-19 but writes about his experiences as well.
“I’ve typically voted Democratic,” he said. “I would call myself a liberal, a progressive. I am a libertarian-liberal; if you want to see the closest kind of liberal I am to would be someone like Bill Maher.”
Like Maher, Lazris expresses his perspectives regardless of whether they align with the “tribe” or not. His views on Covid-19 from both a medical and a psychological perspective are refreshing, reminding us that one does not have to be a conservative to appreciate the great damage the anti-scientific policies in America and around the world today are doing great harm.
“With this Covid thing I’ve moved away from my liberal friends and colleagues as any person can be because I don’t think what they’re doing is very liberal at all,” he said.
Hi most recent book, “The Geriatric Vengeance Club: In the Era of Covid,” is a fiction piece that is perfect for the world we live in today. It tells the story of Dr. Ben Polton and a small band of his elderly patients who defy those depriving them of their autonomy in a world that has gone mad in the era of COVID.
From a former NSA agent to a CIA operative called The Cat Lady, to a 103-year-old woman who likes to talk dirty, to a band of singers discovered by a music executive and who bring Ben on a whirlwind mask-free concert tour, Ben’s life is turned upside down. Along the way he finds love and purpose, never turning his back on the battle that has defined him.
As a primary care doctor, Lazris has taken care of over 500 people with Covid-19. His perspectives go against the leftist narrative and they shine through in the book.
“This book is a story about how one doctor who’s trying to help his patients through this epidemic and because how he verges a bit from the accepted norms of what I call in my book ‘Faucism,’ which is the doctrine of Fauci, you basically get attacked,” he said.
Dr. Anthony Fauci has been the face of progressive reasoning for a year now as it pertains to Covid-19. Politicians and journalists alike have heralded his guidance even when his guidance on one day contradicts guidance he had just given on a previous day. In many ways, Fauci has become a cult leader for those who knowingly or unwittingly worship through “Faucism.”
The more we learn about Covid-19 and the lockdowns prompted by its rise, the clearer it becomes that the accepted science is not necessarily the most accurate. By its very nature, science is about discovery and discourse through properly executed series of testing and analysis. Sadly, the theses have been tested and found wanting, but one wouldn’t know that when looking at guidance from Fauci or reporting by mainstream media.
The lockdowns are causing great harm. One can argue that the harm is a necessary evil, but we’re not even seeing that. Instead, any pushback against Faucism is met with suppression on Big Tech or banishment from media.
It’s a cult, folks. Those who worship through the “Doctrine of Fauci” are so dogmatic that breaking through with facts and figures has proven to be futile. Thankfully, experts like Dr. Andy Lazris are pushing against the grain for the sake of truth.