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Listen and Watch: Anthony Fauci denies funding gain of function research out of the Wuhan Institute of Virology. This research which was today confirmed by Fauci’s bosses at the Department of Health and Human Services.
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As you may know (or may not know, as this is still lurking beneath the surface of the news), Anthony Fauci is in some hot water lately: the Department of Health and Human Services of the U.S. federal government has just admitted in a letter dated Oct. 20, 2021 (that is, earlier this week) that long before Covid, the National Institutes of Health (the NIH, for which Fauci works) gave a grant to an entity called EcoHealth Alliance to pursue research on bat coronaviruses, infecting mice with them, to see what happened to their ACE2 receptors.
NIH Funded EcoHealth; EcoHealth Funded the Wuhan Institute of Virology
Some of that money was given to the Wuhan Institute of Virology to do the work. This is not a conspiracy theory; it’s admitted and documented in the Oct. 20 letter from DHHS to U.S. Rep James Comer. Wuhan, China is where the claimed global pandemic is said to have started — though the official story is that it happened at a fish market, not the virology lab.
Was it one of these juiced-up viruses that leaked and caused what is claimed to be a global pandemic? DHHS has given EcoHealth Alliance till early next week to produce all documents on this topic. We shall see what we shall see.
The “There is the No Virus” Theory
Meanwhile, there is another theory that there’s no virus. As ridiculous as it sounds, more than 107 governments and institutions around the world have admitted they have no sample of purified viral isolate from a patient. If there is no purified isolate of wild virus, there can be no test for wild virus.
Regarding PCR test further, its own paperwork admits it cannot detect infection, which is its sole use at the moment. Rather, it tests for genetic fragments said to be from the virus, of which nobody has an actual sample (only genetic theoretical “reconstructions” of the virus, done using CRISPR to create an in silico virus used to prime the test).
Which theory has the better evidence to support it? Lab release, or there is no virus? After reviewing both theories for the past 18 months, I will present the data on tonight’s program.
And What is Homeopathy?
Just in case you didn’t have enough of legends from the fringes of modern science, I thought I would add some homeopathy to tonight’s program. If you recall, one of my earliest articles documented the diversity of homeopathic remedies for respiratory distress. (Scroll down for the homeopathic discussion, though the whole article is an artifact.)
In my interview this week, I speak with Katy Bray, a master homeopath who has guided my studies over the years. She tells some of the history and methods of homeopathy, as well as what was going on behind the scenes as the top homeopaths in the world were trying to cure Covid.
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