The pandemic is finally over.
And the COVID regime has not been held accountable for what it did.
But one Oscar-winning actor infuriated Dr. Fauci with his latest role.
Hollywood actor, writer, and director Tim Robbins—who won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in Mystic River—was one of the few celebrities in Tinseltown who called out the excesses of Dr. Anthony Fauci and the COVID regime.
After initially condemning people who were skeptical of lockdowns and vaccine mandates, Robbins eventually confessed that he had it wrong and realized freedoms were being eroded by the people in power.
Now Robbins is bringing that energy to his character in the dystopian Apple+ series Silo which is about a civilization forced to live in a deep silo underground.
During an interview with Variety, Robbins admitted that he fashioned his character after world leaders who made “questionable choices” during COVID.
“I’ve always been curious about what goes on in leaders’ heads when they have to do something that is morally compromising for what they consider the greater good…I always look at that as a terrible no-win situation. And I often wonder if those measures that they take, that are immoral, are necessary…I’m talking about politicians that compromise themselves and make decisions that they believe are for the good of people, but those decisions involve censorship or lying or deception of some kind that leads to people getting hurt. And I wanted to play that guy, I want to deal with that moral complexity in trying to understand where the human being is. I think we’ve been through three and a half years of extraordinary and questionable choices made by people that are supposed to be leading their countries,” Robbins said.
To remove any doubt about whether or not he was talking about COVID lockdowns, Robbins confirmed he was.
He told the interviewer, “Yeah, I’m talking about that…I’m talking about a whole bunch of stuff, lack of freedom of movement, lack of freedom of assembly, lack of freedom of speech. You want to keep going?”
Robbins also said that he wanted people to fight the impulse to simply move on and forget what was done to the public.
He continued, “I mean, you know, something just happened, and I think there’s a tendency where people just want to move on and think, ‘Well, you know, it happened and let’s just move on.’ I think that’s really unwise. We have to deal with what happened in a deep and profound way. It’s traumatic for many people. And just ignoring it, as we know with trauma, does not solve a problem. In fact, it makes it worse. And so until we have the guts to look at what really happened and we question and maybe even hold people accountable for irresponsible leadership, if we don’t do that, we’re gonna repeat it again. It’ll happen again.”
Thus far, members of the COVID regime have not been held accountable.
But some of them, including Fauci, are attempting to rewrite history and flip-flopping on the efficacy and rectitude of lockdowns.
And Robbins does not want them to get away with it.