Does the Ebola virus exist?
by Jon Rappoport
November 11, 2014
Readers know, from my many articles about Ebola, that I’ve stated the following:
The standard diagnostic tests (antibody and PCR) which are done to determine the presence of the virus are unreliable and useless.
Combining these two statements, along with further comments from several independent researchers, I’ll go a step further:
I see no clear evidence that the Ebola virus exists.
And to clarify: the burden of proof is on those researchers that claim the virus does exist. They were the ones who trotted out the assertion to begin with. I didn’t.
Do not assume that the electron microscope pictures we see are actually of the Ebola virus. Photos can be made of other material…
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