Read It, Read It, Read It
That’s Dr. Robert Malone’s advice regarding the Project Veritas blockbuster revelations about who-knew-what-when in re Wuhan GOF research, Covid, Ivermectin/HCQ, and etc. It’s also my recommendation regarding Malone’s latest substack:
Stuff is starting to get interesting (and undeniable)
In the second half of the substack Malone attempts to explain—based on the Project Veritas docs—what the reasoning behind Fauci’s funding of GOF research at Wuhan was. It’s convoluted, and Malone clearly regards the project as poorly thought out.
Malone himself cautiously abstains from pronouncing on the question of authenticity, but allows that:
I will be the first to say that we don’t have full verification, but the report issued to the Inspector General of the Department of Defense by US Marine Corp Major Joseph Murphy on August 13th, 2021 appears to be the real deal so far.
I was gratified to see an expert like Malone write:
There is so much news hitting the streets that is that is being censored by main stream media and social media today, that it is overwhelming easy comprehension.
Nevertheless, the trend seems to be in a recognizable direction, as Malone illustrates with this graphic:
Before getting into the explanation of the project, Malone offers some thoughts on the situation in general, as revealed by the Project Veritas docs. I was a bit surprised at what I took to be surprise in the tone of Malone’s remarks. I have long thought that a primary motivation behind the obvious coverup of American complicity in the “pandemic” was to hide the criminality of our government:
First, I encourage everyone to read the actual report.
This report is damming on so many fronts. Read it. Read it. Read it.
If validated, it is as big as the Pentagon papers. This would mean that research funded and conducted by the US Government has caused the death of millions of people world wide. Just ponder that. I can’t hardly wrap my head around the idea. Shocking doesn’t describe how important this is. History will remember.
That has always been the implication behind the Wuhan Lab release theory. That has always been the explanation for the frantic attempts to deny that Covid is a lab creation. Recall what Sundance wrote yesterday, which I found perfectly logical: It’s very doubtful that the US would conduct such research in a Chinese lab unless they had already done it here in the US. Malone doesn’t come down on either side regarding whether this was a biowarfare project—but he doesn’t need to. This type of research is inherently dual use, and that’s what makes Sundance’s supposition logical. Perhaps that will turn out not to have been the case, but it would be naive not to entertain it as a working hypothesis.