Video Transcript: The White House's Game-Playing Denials of Bio-Labs in Ukraine
Plus, new discussions of Urkaine: our weekly Callin show tonight, and my latest Tucker Carlson segment
The following is a full transcript (for subscribers only) from the latest episode of my System Update video program on Rumble: entitled The White House's Game-Playing Denials of Bio-Labs in Ukraine, first broadcast on Thursday night,, March 10, 2022. You can watch the program on the Rumble page at the link above, or watch the full episode on the player below:
Last night on Tucker Carlson's Fox News program, I discussed Victoria Nuland's stunning confession before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee about the possibility of a U.S. bio-weapons program, which I reported on here on Wednesday. You can watch the segment on the player below:
On the weekly Callin podcast I co-host with Canadian journalist Q Anthony, we'll talk live tonight at 4:30 pm EST about ongoing events in Ukraine, the bio lab controversy, the growing censorship regime in the West justified in the name of the war, and we'll also welcome special guest, the independent journalist Michael Tracey, who has been reporting from Poland for the last week. You can listen and participate live by downloading the Callin app on iPhone or Android, or listen to the programs afterward on Callin's site (full episodes of the podcast I co-host with Q Anthony can be heard here, and episodes for my solo podcast can be here).
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Full transcript of Thursday's Rumble program:
Glenn Greenwald: Hey, everyone, it's Glenn Greenwald, welcome to a new episode of System Update here on our home on Rumble. There is a major controversy that has emerged out of the war in Ukraine, involving accusations being traded back and forth between multiple nations about whether the United States has biological weapons programs, both in general and specifically ones that they're developing and have cultivated in partnership with the Ukrainians in Ukraine, right on the other side of the Russian border.
And I think it's an incredibly interesting and important controversy, not because it determines whether the Russian invasion of Ukraine is or isn't justifiable, but because the United States is making some extremely emphatic statements denying that they have any biological weapons or ever have, let alone that they have them in Ukraine. And I think it's extremely worthwhile and in fact necessary to determine whether the US government is telling the truth in the statement that it is making.
And to examine this question, I want to look through the prism of two historical events: one somewhat distant, which is the 2001 anthrax attacks that occurred on U.S. soil shortly after the 9/11 attack, and one more recent, which is the question of whether coronavirus strains were manipulated in a lab in Wuhan in order to make them more contagious and more lethal.