You Can’t Let the Russians Investigate Chernobyl

Raheem Kassam provides commentary for the funeral of Prince Phillip at St. George’s chapel, and explains the “McDonaldization of the British high street.” 

“Americans will be acutely aware that Meghan is not present,” Kassam notes. 

Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin says the Wuhan lab must be investigated.

“In any major disaster the most obvious thing to do is to figure out how the disaster occurred,” he said. “You can’t let the Russians investigate Chernobyl and take their word for it.” 

“We’re going to have to look into the lab,” he said.

Washington Post’s Josh Rogin Calls Out Media for Ignoring Fauci’s Potential Connection to Wuhan Lab

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‘It Implicates Us’

Josh Rogin reveals the real reason Fauci, the NIH, and the medical establishment don’t want a real investigation into Wuhan: it would implicate themselves.

“Those labs were working with American labs, labs funded with $200 million in taxpayer money,” he said. “All of the gain of function research that was being done.”

Rogin said Peter Daszak and Fauci are “scared to death” of the Wuhan lab theory “not because the lab theory implicates China.”

“It implicates us,” he said. “It’s about our work with the Chinese scientists funded by u.s taxpayers.”

The CCP Mafia

Josh Rogin and Raheem Kassam debate which is more corrupt: the British monarchy or totalitarian bureaucracy like Dr. Fauci.

“Look at the CCP, it’s a religion,” Rogin said. “It’s a family based mafia organization, what can we say other than the British royalty was a religion.” 

“A dictatorship of a kind it’s called a bureaucracy,” Kassam said. “The only difference is

“our bureaucrats are behind the scenes and unaccountable,” he said. “Our so called ‘totalitarian’ leaders are front facing and the public loves them,” Kassam said of the British royals.

Plus, Bannon and Rogin discuss how to confront Communist China at home and abroad.

Where Do We Go From Here?

Josh Rogin gives his recommendations of where we go next, and that starts with some tough questions for Dr. Fauci.

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