Clark mentioned several revelations by Dr. Vladimir Zelenko about COVID-19 during the show. These include a patent for the "replication-defective coronavirus that attacks human lung cells." According to the physician, this patent assigned No. 7279327 was filed back in April 2002. Clark also mentioned that the "system and method for testing for COVID-19" was filed in October 2015.
The "Thrive Time Show" host also played a video of British zoologist and EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak talking about his involvement in gain-of-function research.
Daszak said in the 2016 video: "We're only looking at viral families that include those that have gotten to people from animals, so we narrow it down straightaway. Then when you get a sequence of the virus and it looks like a relative of a known nasty pathogen – just like we did with SARS – we found other coronaviruses in bats. A whole host of them: Some of them looked very similar to SARS."
"So we sequenced the spike protein, the protein that attaches to cells, then we- I didn't do this work, but my colleagues in China did the work – you create pseudo particles, you look, you insert the spike proteins from those viruses, sift and bind to human cells. Each step of this, you move closer and closer to this virus could really become pathogenic in people." (Related: In 2016, Peter Daszak admitted "colleagues in China" were developing "killer" coronaviruses.)
Flynn said in response that Daszak talked about creating the bioweapon that is SARS-CoV-2 in his video. "We're talking about something that people are getting to the bottom of – the creation of a bioweapon purposely done … in order to change the genetic makeup of human beings globally either to cause a depopulation of the planet or to create an ability to track human beings." (Related: General Flynn believes COVID was a "weaponized operation" by China.)
"It's really staggering, stunning, disgusting, despicable – whatever nasty word you want to use," he told the "Thrive Time Show" host.
Formerly a national security adviser under the Trump administration, Flynn criticized what he calls "the lack of follow through" by members of the Senate and House of Representatives. "They ask great questions, they talk a good game, but they don't move the ball forward to actually hold to account the people that are giving us the most problems – which are many of these bureaucrats in the government.
However, the retired general shared a positive observation to Clark. He told the Brighteon.TV host: "What the American people are starting to see is that we – citizen journalists, truth seekers, truth finders – are now holding the information up. We The People are going to start holding these people accountable as citizens because our elected class is not doing that."
Flynn also lauded the rise of non-politicians running for office, most running under the banner of the Republican Party. "What people need to do is pay real close attention to these new people that are rising up – these new champions, these new leaders, these new people that want to do more for the country. They're showing courage and demonstrating accountability," he said.
"I see a rise of people in this country that want to hold to account the kinds of things that we know should be held to account. It's not to be vindictive [or] show scorn against people who have done something wrong. It's to actually get in there, solve problems [and] fix some of the issues that we have going on. Everybody in the country sees it, everybody feels it. So people are starting to say 'Hey look, enough is enough. We are now going to hold people accountable.'"
Flynn elaborated on the role of truth and the quest for it in uniting Americans of all backgrounds.
"More people are coming to the truth. The truth is good place to organize around, and that's what we are discovering. That truth then resounds back to the political class – that we currently have to force them to do their jobs more effectively."
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