Conversations about the CoVid Con

Part One

Paul Philpott

Again if I use certain words like “CoVid” in the email, it will be blocked.

The name of this series is Conversations about the CoVid Con.

Here’s Part One which features Paul Philpott who shows the numerous parallels between how the “HIV=AIDS” Hoax was carried out and the current CoVid Con.

I had a 3 hour extended conversation with people who are expert on fraud in medical science who’ve spent years of their life not only studying this subject, but educating people about it.

As far as I know, no other news sources anywhere is digging deep as deeply into this subject – which is all important now – as we are.

Over the next several weeks, I’ll be releasing highlights of the conversation.

This is Part One with Paul Philpott.

Paul Philpott is a biochemistry and mechanical engineering graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, Georgia Institute of Technology and Florida A&M University.

In the 1990s, while still in school, he edited the Rethinking AIDS newsletter, an update on the scientific contradictions of HIV/AIDS science.

His 1996 “Viral Load of Crap” article, co-authored with Christine Johnson, convincingly revealed just how unsuitable the PCR-based “viral load” testing technology was for detecting and counting HIV infection, and we are eager to hear how that same testing is being used just as fraudulently to detect COVID, also known as Coronavirus.

Paul currently works as a technical solutions executive serving the automotive industry. Additionally, as a resident of the metro Detroit area, for 10 years he co-founded and directed the Ben Carson Lifetime Scholars Program, training “at-risk” high school students for high academic achievement.

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