Back in 2016, just after Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton to become President, the Democrats and the former First Lady promoted the idea that the Republicans stole the election with help from Russia. This narrative would carry on throughout Trump’s entire presidency, but now that Russians are accusing the U.S. government of having secret Biolabs in Ukraine, it appears the source can’t be trusted. 

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While stories continue to circulate that the U.S. government helped fund secret biolabs on the Russian border, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki tweeted against the growing story. She wrote, “We took note of Russia’s false claims about alleged U.S. biological weapons labs and chemical weapons development in Ukraine. We’ve also seen Chinese officials echo these conspiracy theories.”

Psaki would write several other tweets about the accusations, adding, “This is preposterous. It’s the kind of disinformation operation we’ve seen repeatedly from the Russians over the years in Ukraine and in other countries, which have been debunked, and an example of the types of false pretexts we have been warning the Russians would invent.”

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Although stating it is nothing more than propaganda, Fox News’s Tucker Carlson welcomed journalist Glenn Greenwald on his show to discuss the supposed conspiracy theory. In the video above, not only did Greenwald dismiss the claims as a story but pointed to the Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Victoria Nuland. The journalist noted that during a recent hearing, Nuland stated, “Ukraine has biological research facilities which, in fact, we are now quite concerned Russian forces may be seeking to gain control of. So we are working with the Ukrainians on how they can prevent any of those research materials from falling into the hands of Russian forces should they approach.”

Showing the struggle by the Biden administration to create the right narrative around Ukraine, Carlson admitted at the beginning of his show that even he couldn’t believe the stories at first, given that they sound like a Hollywood blockbuster movie, but there is no denying the facts.

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