The Virus That Isn’t There Has a Hypnotic Effect
I have written several recent articles documenting the fact that the COVID virus is missing in action.    
And when I say missing, I’m talking about two MAJOR confessions, from both the CDC and a group of study-authors in Europe…and in each case, these people were in the process of assembling instructions on how to perform the diagnostic PCR test for that very virus. The virus they said they didn’t have.
They didn’t have it because they couldn’t get it.
They couldn’t get it because no one had it.
In other words, the existence of the COVID virus is unproven.
Now, I want to point out three factors that produce a hypnotic effect. Even in the absence of the virus, these factors seem to indicate the virus “must exist.” I’m not talking about government or media pronouncements, which are obvious.
ONE: Scientists and public health agencies claim they’ve ISOLATED the virus.
There is no reason to believe them. The term “isolation” is thrown around like a politician throws around the term, “the people.”
Isolation of a virus SHOULD mean it is separated out from all the genetic, cellular, microbial, and waste material that surrounds it. But don’t assume, when professionals are talking or writing, that this is what they DO mean. Do not assume that.
For example, they often mean: “We have the virus in a dish in the lab. The soup in the dish contains human cells, chemicals, drugs, and other material. However, we know the virus is there and growing, because it is killing the human cells…”
Wrong. There is more than sufficient non-vir
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