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Two weeks ago, bioweapons labs in Ukraine were a “Qanon conspiracy theory.” Now, thanks to Marco Rubio and Victoria Nuland, we know they’re real. But we still need a lot more details.

And right now we’re getting them – from the Russians. According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, there is evidence that researchers in the Ukraine were working on creating special viruses that could be used to target specific ethnic groups, as a weapon of war or as part of a wider depopulation agenda. Now, that doesn’t mean everything Russia is saying is true. They’re in a war, and countries at war say all kinds of untrue things. Just look at Ukraine, or at our own military. But keep this in mind – until a few weeks ago, our leaders were denying the biolabs even existed.

Dr. Ariyana Love says she already knows what’s really going on with these labs, and says it’s more horrifying than we could ever imagine.

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