Early in the pandemic, I saw a video of Kary Mullis, the inventor of the PCR test, that proved to me that these tests were not an accurate way to diagnose Covid-19. This is the video: Maker Kary Mullis over PCR tests
While he wasn’t speaking directly about the use of PCR for Covid, because this video was taken before the pandemic, the content certainly applies. I’ve seen several people debating this video with the following claims though:
“But fact checkers have refuted this…”
An article I have seen used is from Reuters: Fact check: Inventor of method used to test for COVID-19 didn’t say it can’t be used in virus detection. There are several problems with this article:
- They never addressed this actual video! They don’t speak of anything in it.
- They claim that the quote came from someone else (HELLO! You can hear the man speaking.)
Aap has a similar article:
It’s almost as if they copied the same details as the Reuters article, because there is no mention of Kary Mullis’ actual quote.
Is this their method of fact checking? Avoid the fact at hand?
Full Fact also has a piece on this:
This article used another quote, which had been circulating online:
“[Dr Mullis] said that this PCR test was not made to detect any type of infectious disease. It’s designed to pick up a signature of DNA and RNA of the person being tested.”
and then stated, “There is absolutely no evidence that the inventor of the PCR process said this.” They never addressed what he actually said.
This video was being shared all over social media at the same time as that quote, but none of the fact check sites have chosen to address this video and this man’s actual quotes. Why are they not addressing it? Because you can’t refute a video of a man speaking. You can twist written words and claim he didn’t say what he said, but anyone can see this video and know: Kary Mullis actually DID say:
You can find almost anything in anybody
with a PCR test. The PCR test has been the foundation of the Covid-19 pandemic. This test was used to diagnose the new, never seen before, theory (yes it’s still a theory) of “Asymptomatic Spread.” The PCR test was used on people who died of a heart attack to find tiny particles of Coronavirus in them, to prove that they died of Covid, thus inflating the numbers in astronomical ways.
Has this truly been a ‘PCR Pandemic’?
I’m not denying that there is a virus out there, but I do not believe the case counts or death counts are accurate at all, especially when I consider the fact that the PCR test was never designed to be used to diagnose a virus.
People claim that Mullis’ quotes about the PCR test don’t apply to the current pandemic, because:
“Kary Mullis died before Covid…”
I see people claiming that Kary Mullis didn’t comment on Covid-19 or even know anything about it, because he died in 2019. This is true. In the videos, Kary Mullis was specifically speaking of how Dr. Fauci was choosing to use the PCR test to diagnose HIV. As the inventor of the test, Mullis knew that his tests were being used inappropriately and were showing false results.
He went around quizzing every scientist who supposedly knew a lot about AIDS. He took issue with the fact that they were using his test to find HIV, and then they were claiming that AIDS came from HIV, but nobody could show him a scientific study to prove it.
It sounds pretty familiar, honestly. In 2020, very, very quickly after we heard about Covid, hospitals and pharmacies all over were using Mullis’ test to find a tiny fragment of a coronavirus, which they claimed was the cause of the virus we were seeing.
Mullis was on to Dr. Fauci’s lies, back when Fauci was in the spotlight for AIDS research. He was pretty bold about his thoughts about Dr. Fauci. Here’s another video of Mullis, explaining why we shouldn’t trust Dr. Fauci: PCR TEST INVENTOR Kary Banks Mullis opinion on DR. FAUCI
In case you missed what he said, here’s his quote:
“These guys like Fauci get up there and start talking to me, you know, he doesn’t know anything really about anything, and I’d say that to his face. Nothing. The man thinks you can take a blood sample and stick it in an electron microscope and if it’s got a virus in there you’d know it. He doesn’t understand electron microscopy, and he doesn’t understand medicine, and he shouldn’t be in the position he’s in. Most of those guys up there on the top are just total administrative people, and they don’t know anything about what’s going on at the bottom. Those guys have an agenda, which is not what we would like them to have, being that we pay for them to take care of our health in some way. They’ve got a personal kind of agenda, they make up their own rules, they change them as they go. And Tony Fauci doesn’t mind going on television in front of the people who pay his salary and lie directly into the camera.”
The fact checkers aren’t addressing this video, either, because you can’t refute that he said these things. Another thing Mullins said is particularly telling, when we consider Covid-19 and the PCR test being used for this virus:
The mystery of [AIDS] has been generated by the $2 billion a year they spend on it. You take any other virus, and you spend $2 billion, and you can make up some great mysteries about it too.
The amount spent on this virus is a little difficult to figure out in a quick search, but it appears to be somewhere in the hundreds of trillions. Keep in mind, Mullis said that if they were to spend “$2 billion,” on any virus, they could “make up some great mysteries about it.” It appears they have.
Mullis is not the only person who has worked closely with Anthony Fauci who has spoken of him in this way. Dr. Judy Mikovits also spoke out shortly after the pandemic began. The Children’s Health Defense, a site I respect, posted an article and a video about her: The Truth About Fauci—Featuring Dr. Judy Mikovits.
Side Note: For seven years, the media would not address the scientific debate happening behind the scenes about HIV and AIDS. This is interesting, because the media is currently avoiding any debate about Covid-19. They claim they have all the facts, as if all of the scientists and doctors all over the world have come to a consensus. This isn’t true. This isn’t even the way scientists or doctors work. So, currently, we are in a media blackout about the Covid debate–and the truth is being kept from the public’s eye.
Sadly, Kary Mullis died in 2019. I can’t say whether it was caused by someone who wanted him out of the picture before the next pandemic was about to hit or if he died of natural causes. There are theories out there that he was murdered, but I cannot prove that, and I like to stick to facts.
His videos aren’t lies though–he truly said the things that we can see with our own eyes. The main takeaways from his quotes are: Tony Fauci can’t be trusted, and PCR tests can find anything in anyone. I think that’s pretty important information for all of us to know and hang on to.