Rand Paul and Fauci on COVID Creation Issues

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Rand Paul begins almost rationally, which lasts for less than 20 seconds.  VT has traced COVID 19 to probable origins:

  • University of North Carolina
  • FDA Research at Harvard University
  • National Reference “Lugar Lab” at Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Wuhan Research Institute

In that order….

Rand Paul quickly runs to conspiracy theory and coverup mode as usual while Fauci fails to respond meaningfully.

Then again..as the real issue here should be given to DOD representatives including the Secretary of Defense, and not to Dr. Fauci, what is is that Rand Paul is covering up.



We all know that.

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  1. http://www.dilyana.bg
    here the immense evidences of the biolabs all over the Europe and Asia (Ukronazia, Georgia, and many other former varsaw pact nations sold to Nato and Pentagion/CIA criminal projects

  2. Rand Paul kept referring to the labs in the US doing gain-of-function research. He said 11 labs. And he mentioned Dr Barrett working with Batwoman. I’m not sure what part of that is supposed to be conspiracy theory. Fauci is fronting for others, and is no saint.

    The sudden and magical appearance of CV19 variants in India and Africa is interesting, to say the least.

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