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BRITISH MP: USA BEHIND VIRUS AND SHOTS – CRIMINAL CASE IMMINENT
Andrew Bridgen claims politicians and officials finally face punishment
By Oliver May
BRITISH MP Andrew Bridgen claims the US Department of Defense is behind Covid-19 and the ‘vaccines’ – and expects criminal proceedings to begin by the end of the month.
Bridgen’s sensational claim about US Government involvement is backed by the renowned American-based scientific analyst Sacha Latypova, who stunned a recent conference in Sweden by presenting detailed evidence of US military involvement in the gain-of-function SARS research at the Chinese laboratory in Wuhan – and in the development of mRNA ‘vaccines’.
Bridgen, Member of Parliament for North West Leicestershire, has also spoken publicly for the second time recently claiming he was offered “anything he wants” to “back-off” from talking about such topics.
Taking to Twitter earlier today to release his latest revelations, Bridgen said: “I can confirm that, during my visit to Washington DC last Christmas/New Year, I was informed that the US DoD were responsible for both the virus and the ‘vaccines’. Fort Detrick was named. Also a facility in Canada.
“By the end of the month, I expect to see the start of criminal proceedings against the many politicians who are responsible around the world.”
Bridgen, along with Member of Parliament for Tatton Ester McVey, Conservative Lord Strathcarron and Labour MP for Denton and Reddish Andrew Gwynne, has been vocal on the high number of excess deaths, not only in the UK, but across the world – especially in those countries with the highest vaccination rates.
Incredibly, Neil O’Brien, MP for Harborough and Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Primary Care and Public Health – and who was fiercely critical of anyone who challenged the Government’s line on restrictions during the pandemic – said in reply to McVey’s question about non-Covid excess deaths, that one of the reasons was “ongoing Covid-19”.
Speaking to the House last Tuesday, McVey said: “[I ask] When he plans to reply to the letter of 24 January from the right hon. Member for Tatton on non-covid excess deaths?
O’Brien replied: “In my letter to my right hon. Friend, I noted that it is likely that a combination of factors has contributed to potential excess deaths, including high flu prevalence, ongoing Covid-19, and the disruption to the treatment and detection of conditions such as heart disease. But I know she is very thoughtful about this and follows it closely, and I will endeavour to get her more details.”
McVey added: “I am pleased my question has now resulted in a response, for which I am grateful. However, from that response, I was none the wiser as to how the Government have explained the non-covid excess deaths we have seen. So can the Minister give us an insight into the reasons for the non-covid excess deaths since the pandemic?”
O’Brien said: “Even if we just take one disease such as cardiovascular disease, there was disruption to screening, to referrals and to treatment from the covid pandemic. It was noted at the time that that would happen and there would be consequences from it, but let me set out in more detail to my right hon. Friend all the exact facts and figures on this, because I know she has been following it closely.”
And speaking last Thursday, Bridgen also raised the issue, saying: “After a pandemic that saw considerable excess deaths, we would normally expect a period of less than the expected number of deaths, where those who sadly passed before their time during the pandemic reduce the number of those passing after, but that is not what we are seeing.
“Referring to the Office for National Statistics figures on deaths registered weekly in England and Wales, the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities’ “Excess mortality in England”, and Continuous Mortality Investigation’s mortality monitor, the Office for Statistics Regulation stated last month that “all three do reflect the trend of a marked increase in excess death”.
“Can we therefore have a debate in Government time on excess deaths, an issue that sadly affects every constituency and community in the land?”
Leader of the House of Commons Penny Mordaunt replied: “It is incredibly important that we analyse and learn from our experiences in the pandemic to ensure that we are as prepared as we can be if, God forbid, such circumstances arise again. Many hon. Members on both sides of the House will want to focus on that, so I encourage him to apply for a debate in the usual way.”