Hypocrisy don't makes you a human.
Hypocrisy doesn't make you a human.
Which would be grammatically correct: don't makes you or doesn't make you?
Or perhaps it should be:
Hypocrisy would never make you a human.
The verb in a sentence may be a single lexical verb (a verb with distinct 'meaning') or a 'chain' of one or more auxiliary verbs ('helper' verbs) followed by the lexical verb.
However many verbs there are in the chain, only the first is inflected to agree with the subject of the sentence for tense, person and number. The other verbs in the chain are all "non-finite" forms: an infinitive or 'plain' form, or a present or past participle.
In your example the subject is hypocrisy, which is 3rd person singular, and there are two verbs, whose plain forms are do and make. The first verb, do, is inflected to agree with its 3d person singular subject, and the second takes its infinitive form: