Doctor Debunks Scientific Paper Claiming COVID-19 Is the Causative Agent of Illness

Dr. Andrew Kaufman, Youtube
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Dr. Andrew Kaufman has exhaustively analyzed a paper, Identification of Coronavirus Isolated from a Patient in Korea with COVID-19, and found it to be fraudulent on many counts! The paper was authored by Jeong-Min Kim, from Korea’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and claims that what we now call the coronavirus was identified as the “causative agent” of illness. This paper became the primary source of information relied upon by governments around the word to justify locking down their citizens and causing catastrophic economic collapse. This presentation is technical and detailed, but that is necessary, because it proves beyond doubt that there is no scientific basis for the narrative of a coronavirus pandemic. Without the exquisite attention to technical details, it likely would be ignored, because it runs counter to consensus. If you are not interested in, please skip to the conclusions. However, for peace of mind and confidence in your understanding, you really should power though this amazing expose of a crime. -GEG

Paper from Korea by Jeong-Min Kim that Dr. Kaufman debunks:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7045880/

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