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Is literally any conspiracy theory false? You have to wonder sometimes. Five years later, it turns out Donald Trump was totally right about the Democrats spying on him in Trump Tower. It turns out that January 6 really was crawling with federal agents. It turns out Fauci really did fund the creation of the Wuhan bioweapon. And now this: Just two days ago, it seemed like an insane conspiracy theory that Ukraine was full of “biolabs” that the Russians were going after, and that this was a real reason for their invasion.
Seemed totally nuts. But then yesterday, Senator Marco Rubio was questioning Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland, and she revealed that Ukraine actually does have a bunch of biological “research” labs, and that the U.S. is “helping” Ukraine to make sure these “research” materials aren’t captured by Russians.
Honestly, what the Hell? We’ll keep following this, but just wait. We’re on the brink of learning that for some unfathomable reason, the US was creating biological weapons in Ukraine, and hell, maybe Hunter Biden was involved somehow.
That’s America right now. Every conspiracy theory has to be considered, because half of them turn out to be true.
So here’s another one. The FDA is supposed to monitor big pharma, but at the same time, it’s big pharma that funds the operation of the FDA, and gives jobs to all the ex-FDA regulators. So is the FDA actually regulating big pharma, or just enabling them? New documents released by PFizer show them making a $2.9 million payment to the FDA while their vaccine was under consideration.
Steve Kirsch is an entrepreneur who has followed all the vaccine developments from the beginning. He joins us.
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