The American public has a right to full transparency on how their tax dollars are being used at biolabs in Ukraine. But based on Sen. Marco Rubio’s response to admissions of the existence of such biolabs, don’t count on the political class to ask real questions.
The Liberty Loft reported earlier this week on the admissions made by Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland that there are U.S.-backed biolabs in Ukraine.
Nuland’s answer was in response to a question by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) who instead of following up with a real question to find out important information about the labs instead guided Nuland into responding that the only thing we have to fear is the Russians.
This news led the Chinese to ask that United Nation’s inspectors to inspect those labs.
The Gateway Pundit has reported: “There are at least ten documents implicating the US Department of Defense in funding the Ukrainian Biolabs.”
In a follow-up, we’ve also learned that Hunter Biden has profited from these biolabs as his firm Rosemont Seneca funded the “firms involved in the building of these labs in Ukraine and they felt this was not something they wanted the American people to know…. We also located a number of documents from the Wayback Machine (meaning they have been since deleted off the Internet) that show the Department of Defense investing in the creation of Biolabs in Ukraine with the help of firm Black & Veatch.”
Another interesting tidbit comes from The National Pulse which recovered deleted web articles revealing “that former President Barack Obama spearheaded an agreement leading to the construction of biolabs handling ‘especially dangerous pathogens’ in Ukraine.”
Considering these close ties to Obama and Biden, one would think Rubio and other Republicans would be ready to pounce, right? Instead, Rubio wants to assist in the coverup and the protection of the statists.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald provided a little insight on why noting Nuland is a bipartisan favorite. In fact, it’s hard to say bipartisan because America is run by the warmongering neocon uniparty. Whether its overseas interventionism or shutting down their own people under the guise of protecting us from a “pandemic,” the uniparty is always at war.
“It is Nuland’s extensive experience in wielding power in Washington that makes her confession yesterday so startling: it is the sort of thing people like her lie about and conceal, not admit. But now that she did admit it, it is crucial that this revelation not be buried and forgotten,” Greenwald wrote.
Greenwald notes that Russia’s Vladimir Putin was not justified in his actions against Ukraine, but Nuland’s confession was more evidence of biological or chemical weapons programs that the U.S. had against Iraq.
“An actual against-interest confession from a top U.S. official under oath is clearly more significant than Colin Powell’s holding up some test tube with an unknown substance inside while he pointed to grainy satellite images that nobody could decipher,” Greenwald wrote.
“What is in those Ukrainian biological labs that make them so worrisome and dangerous? And has Ukraine, not exactly known for being a great power with advanced biological research, had the assistance of any other countries in developing those dangerous substances? Is American assistance confined to what Nuland described at the hearing — ‘working with the Ukrainians on how they can prevent any of those research materials from falling into the hands of Russian forces’ — or did the U.S. assistance extend to the construction and development of the “biological research facilities” themselves?”
“The indisputable reality is that — despite long-standing international conventions banning development of biological weapons — all large, powerful countries conduct research that, at the very least, has the capacity to be converted into biological weapons. The work conducted under the guise of ‘defensive research’ can, and sometimes is, easily converted into the banned weapons themselves. Recall that, according to the FBI, the 2001 anthrax attacks that terrorized the nation came from a U.S. Army Research scientist, Dr. Bruce Ivins, working at the U.S. Army’s infectious disease research lab in Fort Detrick, Maryland. The claim was that the Army was ‘merely’ conducting defensive research to find vaccines and other protections against weaponized anthrax, but to do so, the Army had to create highly weaponized anthrax strains, which Ivins then unleashed as a weapon.”
Dr. Robert Malone has weighed in on the Ukrainian biolabs. He says, admittedly “assuming best intention,” that he believes the U.S. government would be embarrassed if the public found out what was going on in these labs which is why they are working so hard to cover it up.
It’s safe to say that a government willing to shutdown society and describe its citizens as “nonessential” is not deserving any assumption of best intentions. That aside, Malone’s main point that there are serious questions that need to be answered stands true. While we’re at it, questions need to be answered on gain-of-function research here and abroad and on Anthony Fauci’s role in the plandemic over the last two years that we’re suddenly supposed to forget happened.
But, alas, it is unlikely those questions will even be asked as the uniparty protects its own.
“This is what happens in a world in which no one trusts anyone anymore, integrity is treated as an obsolete concept, both information and legacy media have become weaponized to such an extent that what passes for official reality becomes just a funhouse hall of mirrors, and the experience, intellect and maturity of those entrusted to manage these matters is just not up to the task,” Malone wrote.