“In his famous Farewell Address, President Eisenhower warned about allowing public policy to become captive to a scientific elite without regard to the principles of our constitutional system and the goals of a free society. Eisenhower was prescient. During the COVID crisis, states like New York that embraced unadulterated Faucism saw poor results across the board, while states that pursued an Eisenhower-style approach like Florida protected freedom and performed better in education, economy and health outcomes. Executives are elected to lead and make tough decisions, and such leadership cannot be outsourced to health bureaucrats like Fauci.” —Florida Governor Ron DeSantis
“In this important book the authors do the job our uninquisitive media has failed to do throughout this ordeal. Confirming with cited and sourced details the enemy of both liberty and logic the lockdowns have proven to be. Which also proves too much power in the hands of an unelected bureaucrat, regardless of his intentions, can no longer be our new normal.” —U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)
Can liberty survive in the hands of one all-powerful, unchallenged, and unelected bureaucrat?
It wasn’t too long ago that the average American didn’t know who Anthony Fauci was. Now, after the coronavirus has spread nationwide, he’s arguably the most powerful bureaucrat in American history. But is it dangerous for a free society to concentrate so much power in the hands of an unelected official? Who or what holds Fauci accountable?
Steve Deace is on BlazeTV radio and podcast for two hours each weekday, right after Glenn Beck. He’s also the author of several books and is a prolific writer. His 2013 column defending Duck Dynasty and traditional American values was the second most read column of the year for USA Today. In addition to USA Today, he’s also been a contributor to Breitbart, Business Insider, Townhall, and Politico.
National media coast-to-coast recognize Deace as an influential voice in his home state of Iowa’s first in the nation caucuses. He’s frequently been quoted in the national media on political issues, especially presidential politics. Deace has also appeared on all three major cable news networks.
Deace lives in Iowa with his wife, Amy, and their three children — Anastasia, Zoe, and Noah. Visit his website to learn more.