Dr. Francis Collins Used Religious Leaders to Push COVID Origin Narrative and Masking and Vaccine Policies to Their Congregations


Dr. Francis Collins of the NIH was used as a vehicle to push the government’s theories and practices upon Christians during the pandemic. He pushed his and Dr. Fauci’s scam that COVID was created independently in nature calling those who thought it was built in a lab, conspiracy theorists.

Since that time we have uncovered Dr. Collins and Fauci’s lies to Congress on the subject. These doctors didn’t want Americans and Christians to know that COVID was created in a lab in China by the Chinese military using US dollars they gave to aid in the research and development.

We now also know that Dr. Fauci and Dr. Collins were scheming on ways to destroy those who were challenging failed and deadly policies.

Basham writes:

Collins participated in a livestream event, co-hosted by CT [Christianity Today]. The outlet introduced him as a “follower of Jesus, who affirms the sanctity of human life” despite the fact that Collins is on record stating he does not definitively believe, as most pro-lifers do, that life begins at conception, and his tenure at NIH has been marked by extreme anti-life, pro-LGBT policies. (More on this later).

But the pro-life Christian framing was sure to win Collins a hearing among an audience with deep religious convictions about the evil of abortion. Many likely felt reassured to hear that a likeminded medical expert was representing them in the administration.

The Mark of the Beast System is real and here!

Please repent, carry your cross daily and accept the free gift of Jesus Christ’s Death on the Cross for payment for your sins.

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