Dr. Eric Nepute urges Americans to continue talking about COVID "conspiracy theories" that are actually FACTS – Brighteon.TV
St. Louis chiropractor Dr. Eric Nepute encouraged his audience to keep talking about "conspiracy theories"
regarding the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) that ended up being actual facts.
He made this suggestion during the March 14 episode of his Brighteon.TV
program "Real Talk with Dr. Eric Nepute," adding that these COVID-19 conspiracy theories were all turning out to be true. Nepute continued: "If we get tired of talking about it, they're going to get away with it with the next thing that they'll do."
According to the chiropractor, the "conspiracy theorists" initially dismissed by the media and health authorities were later vindicated.
"They told you that 2.2 million people are going to die in the U.S. alone, that was a lie. We said lockdowns don't work and they kill through consequences, inflicting damage and harm that has a ripple effect. We were told that was a conspiracy theory, but now it's the truth."
Nepute added that this was not only limited to the lockdowns. He emphasized that people were lied to about the vaccines – as the injections did not stop infection, hospitalization or even death. Moreover, the mRNA spike protein spread throughout the body and did not stay in the arm, contrary to what health authorities claimed.
"They said these things are safe and effective, [but we've] come to find out they're neither all these things," he lamented.
Nepute also zoomed in on Fauci's inconsistency
In line with his earlier remarks, Nepute also focused on the inconsistent stance of infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci with regard to the origins of SARS-CoV-2. The former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases claimed: "If somebody was out in the wild, got infected by a bat bite and then went back to the lab and maybe sneeze on somebody's rice, then there's a natural occurrence of this virus outbreaks."
But prior to this, he had been arguing that the so-called lab leak theory was impossible. This led to Nepute accusing Fauci of "backpedaling on everything that he said from the beginning."
The "Real Talk" host then played a clip from the March 8 hearing of the House Subcommittee on the COVID-19 Pandemic. The said hearing saw former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) Director Dr. Robert Redfield testify before lawmakers. (Related: Former CDC head: COVID-19 likely the result of gain-of-function-research
Redfield criticized how Fauci excluded him from any internal discussions
about the pandemic's origin. The former CDC head during the Trump administration happened to be a strong believer of the lab leak theory.
"This was an a priori decision that there's one point of view that we're going to put out there, and anyone who doesn't agree with it is going to be sidelined," Redfield testified. "And as I say, I was only the CDC director – and I was sidelined."
Nepute could not help but comment on Redfield's revelations.
"Does anybody else think that that's a bit odd? This is very disturbing that Fauci and [his] team did not have conversations with Dr. Redfield – who is a virologist and also the director of the CDC – when the world is telling us that they're getting their guidance from the CDC."
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