(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) According to presidential Democrat primary candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Coronavirus Czar Anthony Fauci used his National Institutes for Health to fund research to hide “fingerprints” on potential bioweapons.
.@RobertKennedyJr: Fauci Funded Seamless Ligation, a Technique Used for HIDING Human Fingerprints on Lab-Created Bugs
“He [Fauci] funded Ralph Baric to develop a technique called seamless ligation. And that is a technique for hiding the engineering project,” explained… pic.twitter.com/YTtm3n9cUK
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Fauci, according to Kennedy’s claim, funded what is called seamless ligation, a technique that is capable of concealing a disease’s laboratory origins.
“He funded Ralph Baric to develop a technique called seamless ligation,” Kennedy said. “And that is a technique for hiding the engineering project.”
According to the presidential hopeful, most bioweapons could be tracked because lab grown variants can be traced.
“So, normally, when you do that kind of engineering, you can see it, and you can say, ‘That bug was created in a lab,’” he stated.
However, Fauci helped fund a way to conceal “all traces [of what] was developed.”
This technology is ostensibly now in the hands of China, specifically Chinese scientist Shi Zhengli.
“There is no public health [reason for this],” Kennedy noted. “It is the opposite of what you would do if you are interested in public health… To teach people how to hide that only has a nefarious purpose.”
Kennedy’s takes on public health have upset many in the establishment in recent years, particularly since he announced his candidacy in the Democrat primary.
Just last month, for example, ABC News edited an interview with Kennedy because he dared to question the COVID-19 vaccine narrative. Linsey Davis, the ABC interviewer, blamed Kennedy afterwards for spreading misinformation.
“We should note that during our conversation, Kennedy made false claims about the COVID-19 vaccines,” she said. “Data shows that the COVID-19 vaccine has prevented millions of hospitalizations and deaths from the disease.”
Kennedy’s presidential bid is based largely upon his anti-establishment views related to the medical-industrial complex. But unfortunately for RFK Jr., the Democratic National Committee appears to be unlikely to give him a fair shot in the race against Democrat incumbent, President Joe Biden.
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