The inventor of the PCR test and Nobel Prize winner in chemistry Kary Mullis discusses his feelings on Dr. Fauci

 

 

The inventor of the PCR test and Nobel Prize winner in chemistry Kary Mullis discusses his feelings on Dr. Fauci back in the nineties in this excerpt from a long interview with Dr. Gary Null who was producing a documentary on the politics of aids at the time and who I had the pleasure of working with back then. You could cut and paste Mullis’s comments from back then into our current pandemic and it would all say the same thing. Of particular interest is how he notes Dr. Fauci would not debate back then and he won’t now. Fauci gets nothing but drooling adulation from the news casters and the celebrity class. He never has to debate or has his assumptions challenged and believe me there is a very long line of qualified men and women of science who would love to publicly debate Dr. Fauci. However like president elect Biden he is insulated from the real world by the corporate state and big pharma who stand to make unholy amounts of money off of this pandemic. I’ll be posting other excerpts from the interview. Keep in mind Dr. Mullis who invented the PCR test is on record illustrating the PCR’s inability to diagnose infectious diseases yet here we are 20 years later using it again. Mr. Mullis sadly passed last year but I’m sure he would be rather vocal about how his PCR test is currently being employed.

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