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Fauci Critic Died Mysteriously

While Dr. Anthony Fauci attempts to wiggle his way out of allegations that he approved gain-of-function research on the coronavirus at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China, InfoWars has exposed the untold story buried by the mainstream media of how one of his most ardent critics mysteriously died.

The mystery dates back three decades to Kary B. Mullis, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for inventing the polymerase chain reaction, or PCR test. The AIDS epidemic was raging and NIH chief Fauci pushed for higher doses of the cancer drug AZT to treat patients. Mullis was hired to measure HIV in patients’ blood samples with his PCR method, working under the premise that HIV was the probable cause of the disease. But when he went looking for proof, he found none. He concluded that no one really knew the cause, including Fauci and his team, and came to the conclusion that the whole process was a scam.

Mullis further discovered that the NIH was losing money, the AZT scheme brought them back into the black and the men at the highest levels were all in on it. Calling these men dangerous, Mullis continued to be an outspoken critic of Fauci in an effort to expose him, but no one listened. In an ironic twist to the story, Mullis died mysteriously of pneumonia in August 2019, a few months from the onset of COVID-19.

Suffice it to say that Fauci and his corrupt cohorts further abused the PCR testing during the COVID pandemic. The PCR test was very effective, basically finding anything you looked for, depending on how high you turned up the cycles. And turn them up they did! The official protocol for COVID-19 PCR testing opened the floodgates of false positives to skew the results. They called the results asymptomatic to cover a lie. These patients didn’t have symptoms, because they didn’t have the coronavirus. Here’s more from InfoWars, including incredible clips of the outspoken Mullis.




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