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Nicolas Stumphauzer was the editor of “Watch the Water,” which millions of you watched yesterday. With the documentary’s release, we wanted to have Nicolas on to discuss his experience editing the film.

But we have a lot more to discuss than that.

There are some incredible facts that he discovered while researching for the film. Specifically, he discovered that on Tony Fauci’s mother’s side, there is a family crest of a serpent devouring a child. We’re not kidding at all about that.

But Nicolas learned a lot more than that, and we wanted to take the time to talk about all of it with him right here on the air.

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He joins us.

Watch the documentary here:

World Premiere: Watch The Water

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