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In the early days of Covid-19 they claimed to have evidence the disease jumped from bats to humans via a pangolin.
That was made up, and it turns out there’s no evidence for that. Covid-19 has in fact never been sequenced from nature.
I just want to be clear about this. I want you to know what I just said and what that really means. What I said, is that the virus has never been isolated in real life. In other words, you’ve been subjected to lockdowns, the loss of your business, the distance learning, the masks, the shots, the clots, the loss of your job and you’ve been stripped of your freedoms all in the name of something that’s so dangerous and so contagious, while also being something that nobody can even prove actually exists.
Karen Kingston has been digging into the patents again, and says she has found more evidence to support a nexus between snakes, snake venom, and Covid-19. She joins us.
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