'Fauci Has Got an Agenda, Which is Not What We’d Like Them to Have' - Kary Mullis Inventor of PCR

A video has emerged of Kary Mullis not only giving a damning critique of Anthony Fauci, but also a chilling warning about his motives, leading some to believe that's what got him killed.

Few people have ever heard of Kary Mullis, the inventor of the PCR test. The genius rarely got a mention, even though he won a Nobel prize for it in 1993. A Google Search for Mullis will only bring back 'fact checker' websites who have been busily trying to discredit the fact that PCR tests can't detect Covid-19. The fact checkers, all pretending to be impartial and all funded by pharmaceuticals companies have targeted Mullis's words as, were it to become general knowledge that the tests cannot detect Covid-19 then the Scamdemic would be over. 'Full Fact' are the worst of the bunch for this. They start with this sentence, said to be circulating on Facebook:

“[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.”

Full Fact then attempt to disprove it by stating:

'There is absolutely no evidence that the inventor of the PCR process said this. PCR is used for a number of scientific processes, and in general, it amplifies bits of genetic information so that they can be detected within samples. But PCR tests are specific to the DNA they are testing for, whether that’s of a person or a virus, so aren’t “designed” to pick up the genetic material of the person being tested.'

This is a fairly common trick by Fact Checkers who usually do one of two things; they either disprove a slightly different fact than the one presented, or they will claim that the statement is false if it isn't word-for-word what the subject said, as they have done here.

The original author of the facebook statement is paraphrasing and not directly quoting Kary Mullis. Paraphrasing is a God send for 'Fact 'Checkers who can, without fear of contradiction, claim that those actual words were never said, and therefore, the entire premise of the 'fact' must be false. Kary Mullis never said that PCR couldn't detect SARs-2-Cov19 simply because he died a couple of months before the first cases appeared. But absence of proof is not proof of absence.

So what did Kary Mullis, the inventor of the PCR test actually say about it? Let's hear from the man himself. In this video Mullis is asked if PCR should be used to detect a virus (HIV) , his answer is pretty conclusive:

"I don't think you can misuse PCR, it's the interpretation of it.."

"If they could find this virus in you, at all, and with PCR if you do it 'well' you can find almost anything, in anybody"

"It starts making you believe in the Buddhist notion that everything is contained in everything else.."

"If you can amplify one single molecule, up to something that you can really measure, which PCR can do, then there are very few molecules that you don't have one single one of them, ok? So that could be thought of as a misuse of it."

"To claim that it's meaningful... the real misuse of it is you don't need to test for HIV, you don't have to test for the other ten thousand retroviruses that are unnamed, also in the subject, you see, somebody who's got HIV, generally is going to have almost anything that you are going to test for.. "

"PCR is just a test that makes a whole lot of something out of something"