Francis Collins could be the wicked man that brings down much of Big Eva’s credibility. In leaked audio obtained by the Daily Wire, Francis Collins and Russell Moore speak freely in front of an extremely liberal audience, saying what they would not say or have not said so boldly before. Megan Basham’s article details Collins laughing over threatening employees with jab mandates (because it’s not a vaccine). The event which they spoke at was the Institute of Politics, a project of notorious Obama advisor, David Axelrod.
“The US government does have the authority to mandate vaccinations if there is an outbreak that is threatening people, because it’s not just about you, it’s about the people you’re going to infect,” Collins claimed, even though science journals were already reporting by that point that vaccinated people were just as likely to spread the then-dominant Delta variant as those who were unvaccinated.
Collins went on to ask rhetorically, “Do [mandates] convince people who otherwise wouldn’t get them?” He answered himself, “Oh yeah, especially if it means losing your job.”
As evidence, he described how successful the threat of unemployment was at persuading vaccine-hesitant NIH employees and contractors to get vaccinated. When Collins made it clear to the 2,000 out of 46,000 workers who had still declined to take the jabs that they were “in serious danger of being fired in the next month if they [didn’t] do something about it,” Collins said he got a “big response.”
After mocking the unjabbed, Francis Collins proceeds to echo John Piper’s sentiments that their is a highly concerted effort to peer pressure those into not getting jabbed.
“Reality [was] sinking in,” he explained, so that even the “pretty darn resistant” elected to get vaccinated. He then chuckled, “You get the feeling that their resistance was not maybe quite that deeply seated,” and he speculated that deep down, many unvaccinated people may actually want to get the vaccine but resist doing so out of peer pressure. “They’re sort of thinking to themselves, you know, maybe I really should do it, but if I do, I lose my credibility with my peeps,” Collins said.
Mandates, he argued, can give such individuals a way to save face because they can tell their social circle, “’Well, my employer made me do it. I didn’t really want to get them.’ They get, you know, bonus points, because they’re now a victim. But they’ve also gotten the mandated vaccine that they kind of wanted anyway.”
Of course this is erroneous. Collins then mocks Evangelicals in general.
Collins said evangelicals, in particular, over-emphasize notions of personal liberty when it comes to mandates, saying they have so “wrapped themselves in the flag and wrapped themselves in this concept of personal freedom, that public health just grates on them.”
“[Evangelicals] have forgotten many times that freedom is not just about rights,” Collins contended. He then employed a mocking caricature of a Southern accent, asking the students, “How many times have you heard, ‘Muh freedom means I got rights’? Well, okay, you also have that other R-word: responsibilities. That’s what freedom is supposed to incorporate.”
It’s clear elites like Collins and Russell Moore hate Evangelicals and feel much more comfortable in elite Democrat circles, or their preferred church.
Both Collins and Moore noted that they were enjoying the opportunity to speak freely because the event was not being formally recorded.
Russell Moore is not depicted as disagreeing with anything Collins said.
Russell Moore was exposed long before Evangelical Dark Web existed, but its great that his fraud is now publicly blasted by a major publication. Francis Collins, in contrast, Evangelical Dark Web was early to expose on the Branch Covidian issue. It’s great to see major news outlets run with this.