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Obviously, the war in Ukraine is bad: It’s bad for the people of Ukraine, and thanks to these insane sanctions that our leaders have imposed, it’s going to be absolutely disastrous for us. If food and fertilizer exports get shut down, it could be a disaster for the entire planet.

But there’s even more ways this could be a disaster. Because, as you may have heard, what sounded like a completely wild conspiracy theory is actually totally true. Ukraine has biolabs, and the U.S. knew about and was funding them.

All of that came out by surprise on Wednesday, when Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland shocked Marco Rubio by revealing the labs’ existence. Rubio clearly wasn’t expecting it at all; he had to swoop in to interrupt Nuland before she revealed even more.

But what actually is in those labs? And what will happen if America or Ukraine intentionally releases whatever is in them, so they can try and blame it on Russia?

George Webb is an independent investigative journalist. These biolabs may be news to most people, but they are not to him. He’s been researching these biolabs for years. He’s also written more than a dozen books, but you can’t buy them on Amazon because they banned him. So did YouTube, after he’d amassed more than 100,000 followers. But George is not intimidated and he will not shy away from chasing the truth no matter where it takes him.

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