Saturday, April 13, 2024

I hope Rand Paul has good security

In an op-ed, Paul revealed that at least 15 different federal agencies knew of experiments used to create a COVID-19-type microbe that was happening at the Wuhan Institute of Virology as early as January 2018. However, this information was kept hidden from the public.
Paul also identified two additional parties who were part of the original plan to create chimeric coronaviruses at the Wuhan lab: the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the federal agency formerly headed up by Dr. Anthony Fauci, and Dr. Ian Lipkin, a professor of epidemiology and one of the authors of the now-disgraced “Proximal Origin” paper.
“Anthony Fauci, for the first several months and really for years, has tried to call anybody who believes that it came from the lab or looks at evidence that the virus came from this lab, calls them conspiracy theorists, downplays them, denigrates them," Paul said. “He promoted journal articles to downplay and say it wasn't possible when all the while it looks like he knew it.”

Getting this all out is great.  The "Please don't do this/Don't you dare do this!" has got to be interesting.
And, don't forget, most of our Professional Journalists were doing what they were told, as opposed to actually investigating and giving a damn about the truth.


Anonymous said...

CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY. PUNISHMENT MUST fit the crimes. Likely tens of thousands are guilty.

Dan said...

Covid and all the crimes committed and associated with it is "old news". The left
no longer even cares what we know about it. I mean it's not like anyone is going to
do a damn thing to the people responsible for it.

Justin_O_Guy said...

Fauci Handled the AIDS epidemic. He fostered a vaccination program for people who were Living a Risky Lifestyle. It was only done in four or five big cities. And AIDS Exploded in those cities. I tried and couldn't find anything online about that, but a guy on a blog told me it happened, and he was in the medical field and watched what happened to, IIRC, Philadelphia..