The village idiots of The View are demanding the repeal of the First Amendment in the case of Tucker Carlson and Tulsi Gabbard. Ana Navarro, who identifies as a RINO, but is actually a brain dead liberal, which is much worse, claims that Carlson and Gabbard are Russian agents spreading dangerous propaganda direct from Putin himself.
“I think DOJ, in the same way, that it is setting up a task force to investigate [Russian] oligarchs, should look into people who are Russian propagandists and shilling for Putin. If you are a foreign asset to a dictator, it should be investigated.”
Whoopi Goldberg’s aura of idiocy was on full display when she added:
“They used to arrest people for doing stuff like this,” Goldberg said. “If they thought you were colluding with a Russian agent or putting out information or taking information and handing it over to Russia, they used to actually investigate stuff like this. And I guess now, you know, there seems to be no bars.”
Then the human equivalent of a participation award, Sonny Hostin asked what was in it for Carlson? Joy Behar then demonstrated why she’s known as “The Houseplant” among the staff of the show, said the pairs motivation is money. Of course, at that point they had to take a break in the taping in order to mop up the drool under Behar’s chair.
It’s also worth noting that none of them provided any evidence whatsoever of any of their bizarre accusations. They don’t have too, they’re stupid.
Earlier in the program, the human version of menstrual cramps known as, “The Ladies of The View” had accused Gabbard of treason when they voiced agreement with fellow Democrat Dunderhead, Mitt Romney who claims the US and Ukraine have never, ever, ever, ever had any Bio-Medical labs just like his leader, Joe Biden says.
But, are Romney the Retard and The View Dummy’s, right? Has there never, ever, ever, ever been any joint US and Ukraine Bio-Medical labs in Ukraine?
Well, let’s look at something called “evidence,” which is an available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid. The US government’s own Undersecretary of State, Victoria Nuland’s statement said the following during a hearing in the United States Senate on Ukraine:
“Ukraine has biological research facilities, which in fact we are now quite concerned Russian troops, Russian forces, may be seeking to gain control of. We are working with the Ukrainians on how they can prevent any of those research materials from falling into the hands of Russian forces should they approach.”
Then we have this evidence from a fact sheet released by The Department of Defense’s (DoD) Cooperative Threat Reduction Program:
Overview: The Biological Threat Reduction Program (BTRP), part of the Department of
Defense’s Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program, is implemented by the Defense Threat
Reduction Agency (DTRA). Since 2005, BTRP has partnered with the Government of Ukraine
to support peaceful and safe biological detection and diagnostic capabilities and to reduce the
threats posed by pathogens.
Public health facilities and biological laboratories around the world maintain and study
pathogens to be able to confirm outbreaks of disease and to improve early detection and
diagnostic capabilities. These facilities use specific pathogens because they are endemic
to their country, or because they are at risk of spread from other countries. All member
countries of the World Health Organization (WHO) International Health Regulations
(IHR) (2005) must have such capabilities to detect and respond to disease threats. This is
a basic capability for national health security.
The United States, through BTRP, has invested approximately $200 million in Ukraine
since 2005, supporting 46 Ukrainian laboratories, health facilities, and diagnostic sites.
BTRP has improved Ukraine’s biological safety, security and surveillance for both
human and animal health. By supporting safer and more effective disease detection, this
assistance directly improved Ukraine’s COVID-19 response. BTRP partners with the
World Health Organization, the World Organization for Animal Health, the U.S. Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention and other health institutions in providing this
DoD’s CTR Program began its biological work with Ukraine to reduce the risk posed by
the former Soviet Union’s illegal biological weapons program, which left Soviet
successor states with unsecured biological materials after the fall of the USSR. DoD’s
CTR program works with many partner countries to reduce the threat that pathogens
could be misused, stolen or accidentally released. DoD even worked closely with Russia
and within Russia in laboratories owned by Russia until 2014.
DoD CTR has worked cooperatively and peacefully with the government of Ukraine to
increase biosecurity and biosafety at these sites to ensure pathogens do not pose a risk to
the people of Ukraine or the region. The biosafety and biosecurity capacities that DoD
has provided are in keeping with those required by the WHO IHR. DoD CTR has maintained its relationship with Ukraine through the present day, and Ukraine uses the laboratory improvements provided by the United States and other partners to support broader public and veterinary health goals, such as monitoring the spread of COVID-19, preparing for and controlling African Swine
Fever, which helped Ukrainian farmers protect their herds from infectious diseases, and
protecting the food supply in Ukraine – just to mention a few of the many benefits that
accrued from this partnership.
BTRP partners with Ukraine’s Ministry of Health and Ministry of Agriculture’s State
Committee of Veterinary Medicine and National Academy of Agrarian Sciences, and has
a limited engagement with Ministry of Defense confined to providing mobile diagnostic
laboratories to provide on-the-ground assistance in a public health emergency.
The Ukrainian laboratories are owned and operated by the government of Ukraine. DoD
participates in a wider international partnership that includes the government of Ukraine,
international organizations, such as the WHO, the Organization for Security and
Cooperation in Europe, and other foreign partners to improve Ukraine’s ability to safely
and effectively detect and report disease outbreaks.
Scientists are encouraged to publish their research results, partner with international
colleagues, and widely distribute their research and public health findings. These
facilities operate in a capacity similar to state and local public health and research
laboratories around the world. Furthermore, all equipment and training provided by the
United States, including from DoD, is subject to U.S. export control processes,
audits, and acquisition laws and regulations to ensure transparency and compliance with
both U.S. and International Health Regulations.
BTRP’s priorities in Ukraine are to help them consolidate and secure pathogens and to
continue to ensure Ukraine can detect and report disease outbreaks before they pose
security or stability threats.
Russia illegally took possession of two Ukrainian-owned laboratories that BTRP
upgraded in 2014 and continues to deny Ukrainian access to these facilities.
After Russia launched its unlawful invasion of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Ministry of Health
responsibly ordered the safe and secure disposal of samples. These actions limit the
danger of an accidental release of pathogens should Russia’s military attack laboratories,
a real concern since they have attacked Ukraine’s nuclear power plants and research
Proper disposal of samples during a war reflects responsible conduct on the part of the
Ukrainians to protect the Ukrainian people and the international community from
potential accidental exposure due to irresponsible Russian actions.
On a daily basis, Russia propagates disinformation aimed at BTRP’s laboratory and
capacity building efforts in former Soviet Union countries—falsely claiming that the U.S.Department of Defense support is used to develop biological weapons. Unlike Russia, the
United States and Ukraine are not developing biological weapons and are in full
compliance with the Biological Weapons Convention.
Then there’s this clip from Face the Nation, which is not exactly a well known Russian propaganda outlet. In it CBS’s David Martin says that a Pentagon official he talked to told him that Russia may move to seize a biomedical research facility, weaponize a pathogen, then blame it on Ukraine & the U.S.
I believe that when the White House finally does admit that these labs do exist, they will say they meant that they were not for making Bio “WEAPONS” and that is probably the case, but in the meantime, they wanna go and smear anyone who suggests these labs exist. We need labs do need to research pathogens that could turn into bioweapons so we aren’t caught flat-footed but they are still stinging over Fauci funding the labs in China.
So, what we have here are a group of incredibly, over the top stupid people trying to cover for their president who has a tendency to lie about literately EVERYTHING, even when he doesn’t have to. What’s so confounding about it is, they can’t shut their pie holes long enough to actually do something called “research,” which is the systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions in order to find the “evidence” they need to justify their position on any given topic or issue.
Before I wrap things up here, I’d like to tell the gals on the View to keep up the good work. You’re do a great job of demonstrating the utter idiocy of the left in this country, and one more thing never, ever, ever, ever be ashamed of who you are. That’s your parent’s job.
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