Tucker Carlson outraged by U.S. lies about laboratories in Ukraine
The US politicians cannot agree on the existence of biological laboratories in Ukraine, and this is alarming, Tucker Carlson said on Fox News Channel.
Carlson noted that Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki contradict each other in statements that refer to the work of U.S.-funded bio-labs in Ukraine.
“Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland mentioned in passing at a Senate hearing that, yes, the Biden administration does fund a string of biolaboratories in Ukraine: their contents are so dangerous that she is deeply concerned that these materials will not fall into the hands of the Russian military.” This development stunned us. Once again, the delusional conspiracy theory has turned out to be the whole truth,” Carlson said.
He also recalled Jen Psaki, who claimed there’s only one country in the world that has a chemical and biological weapons program, and that’s supposedly Russia.
None of these versions is credible. To back up his position, Tucker Carlson recalled Nuland’s statement that the U.S. failed to destroy and secure the alleged remnants of Soviet bioweapons on Ukrainian territory.
Tucker said that Fox News has evidence of U.S. sponsorship of the construction of a third-level biolaboratory in Odessa in 2010. According to some reports, it was intended for research into dangerous new pathogens.
“Why is the U.S. funding biolaboratories that the Pentagon denies at all costs? Why is the White House press secretary publicly denying what the head of the Pentagon’s biological weapons control program has already admitted? Why is she doing this and how should we feel about it all? It’s not just offensive, it’s cause for concern. It’s an important topic with far-reaching implications. That’s why we’re being lied to about it,” Carlson said.