Donald Trump Jr. slams CNN, Fauci, Hunter Biden in CPAC speech

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Donald Trump Jr. is photographed at the University of California, Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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UPDATED 7:00 AM PT – Saturday, July 10, 2021

In a passionate speech, Donald Trump Jr. called out both the liberal media and the political establishment. Beginning his Friday speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Texas, Trump Jr. praised his father for being right about the COVID-19 lab leak theory and slammed Democrats for dismissing it.

“Wanted to start with something. What was Donald Trump right about? Everything,” he expressed. “We see that now, right guys? At what point in time in these morons’ minds, I don’t know, the Wuhan lab leak theory not the most plausible argument in the year 2020?”

Trump Jr. then spoke on the censorship and cancellation of those who disagree with the mainstream media in regard to the pandemic.

“By laughing, you would have been thrown off every social media platform, you would have been thrown out of a job in science because, you know, science no longer follows the rules of physics,” he asserted. “…They follow the narrative dictated by CNN because that is able to manipulate the rules of physics.”

He went on to blast White House Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci as “nothing more than a bureaucrat in a lab coat.” He compared Fauci’s scientific knowledge to his poor baseball skills.

Trump Jr. then lamented the media’s protection of Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, by saying his treatment is much worse.

“What do you think the media reaction would be to Don Jr. smoking parmesan cheese? I promise you it wouldn’t be what we saw from the media,” he expressed. “…I totally understand addiction. It’s terrible. We all know people that have suffered from it. It doesn’t absolve you from being a total piece of garbage in every other aspect of your life.”

Trump Jr. ended his speech telling the audience, “stay in the fight, stay in the game.”

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