March 3, 2024

Kamala Harris says US must ‘reduce population’ to fight climate change in latest gaffe

Kamala Harris says US must ‘reduce population’ to fight climate change in latest gaffe

Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday called on the US to “reduce population” in an effort to combat climate change, but she meant to say “reduce pollution,” according to the White House. …

Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday called on the US to “reduce population” in an effort to combat climate change, but she meant to say “reduce pollution,” according to the White House. 

The shocking gaffe happened as the 58-year-old vice president delivered remarks at Coppin State University in Baltimore, Md., on the need to build a “clean energy economy.” 

“When we invest in clean energy and electric vehicles and reduce population, more of our children can breathe clean air and drink clean water,” Harris said, eliciting applause from the audience. 

The official White House transcript of her speech acknowledges and corrects Harris’ disquieting error. 

In the transcript, “population” is crossed out and “pollution” is added in brackets to denote what the VP intended to say.

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New report suggests COVID was deliberately released during 2019 Military Games in China

Journalist Jennifer Zeng was told by an informant that ‘one of the guys (from the Wuhan lab) was asked to inoculate people from other countries during the event so that they can be infected and carry the pathogen back to the country they came from.’

New report suggests COVID was deliberately released during 2019 Military Games in China – LifeSite

Journalist Jennifer Zeng was told by an informant that ‘one of the guys (from the Wuhan lab) was asked to inoculate people from other countries during the event so that they can be infected and carry the pathogen back to the country they came from.’

The Military World Games were held in the now-infamous city of Wuhan from October 18 to October 27, 2019, just before the Covid pandemic erupted around the world.

Many of the 9,308 athletes representing 109 countries who participated in the Games — among the most healthy and fit members of the human population — came back with flu symptoms. Now, a new report suggests that they may have been deliberately infected with Covid.

The report comes from Jennifer Zeng, a Chinese dissident journalist who interviewed an informant close to Dr. Shan Chao (单超 ), who serves as the deputy director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s high containment lab.

According to the informant, Dr. Shan relayed that he had been given four variants of SARS-CoV-2 in February 2019 by his boss and was asked to determine which one was the most infectious to humans. These “bioweapons” — as he called them — were not natural variants but had been engineered in the lab, he said.

Dr. Shan further reported that several of his colleagues were absent from their regular workstations during the 2019 Military World Games in Wuhan. One later explained to him that they had been sent ostensibly to “check the hygiene conditions” of the hotels where the athletes were staying, but that their real purpose was the spread the coronavirus that he had identified as most infectious.

Zeng’s informant’s exact words were, “One of the guys was asked to inoculate people from other countries during the event so that they can be infected and carry the pathogen back to the country they came from with only minor symptoms, which is pretty common in late autumn.”

Now all of this comports well with evidence I first reported in my The Politically Incorrect Guide to Pandemics, where I wrote that “Sources in China have not only confirmed that the SARS-CoV-2 virus was not only a product of the lab, but also that by early 2019 it was ready to be deployed against human subjects, … As first reported by Dr. Lawrence Sellin, scientists from the Wuhan Institute of Virology were involved in testing the transmissibility of the China Virus in monkeys, a coronavirus release and response drill at Wuhan’s Tianhe airport in September 2019, and an actual release of COVID-19 at the 2019 Military World Games from October 18–27, 2019. According to Dr. Sellin’s source, this was intended to be a small, short-term test release of Covid-19, and special health screenings of the athletes would be used to monitor the results.”

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