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Last week, journalist George Webb joined us to talk about his independent investigative work into the Ukrainian biolabs that even our own government now admits are all over Ukraine. George says that the battle of Kiev that is unfolding right now is really just a battle over three biolabs, and he says that of all people, former FBI agent Peter Strzok is right at the center of a plot to develop bioweapons in the Ukraine. That allegation garnered a direct response from Peter Strzok on Twitter the other day, ridiculing the very idea.

After that response, we wanted to have George back on to respond directly. He joins us now.

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