Megyn Kelly Finally Snaps: 'These F*ckers Have Lied To Us Long Enough!'
Like most of us, Megyn Kelly is sick and tired of the Biden administration ignoring evidence that points to the Wuhan lab in China being ground zero for the Covid-19 virus. A fed-up Kelly finally snapped on Biden for 'looking the other way'
“Forgive me but, these f*ckers have lied to us for long enough and we need to know the truth,” Kelly said of the Chinese Communist Party and its handling of investigations into the origin of the virus. She joined her guest Josh Rogin, a columnist for The Washington Post, during her Sirius XM radio show “The Megyn Kelly Show”.
“People died, millions of people are dead and Peter Daszak is allowed to get away with his lies,” she told Rogin, noting the EcoHealth Alliance President who collaborated closely with the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) lab before the pandemic.
“The Biden administration looks the other way,” Kelly continued. “The information’s there if only we will push for it and demand it. And we have no assurances that this won’t happen again. It’s infuriating to me. There’s just nothing we can do.”
The former Fox News host then questions whether another president would “handle it differently” because China, she argued, has the United States by the “you know what.”
Rogin argued that there was a lot that could be done and said that if the “Chinese Communist Party is
allowed to avoid responsibility, accountability” for it “what will that teach them?”
Later, she asked the former FDA chief, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, who also sits on the board of Pfizer, what can be done and whether we care about finding the origin of the virus.
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The Australian cybersecurity company Internet 2.0 compiled the data into a report released this week. It showed that the Chinese government spent nearly three times more on polymerase chain reaction tests – used to detect certain viruses – in 2019 than the year prior.
The report concludes, based on the data, that COVID-19 was spreading in Wuhan, China as early as the summer of 2019 and "definitely by the early Autumn." China did not officially acknowledge the outbreak until late December 2019.