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ChatGPT lays out the indisputable facts: Did Fauci coverup the origin of AIDS?

$1,000 cash reward to (a) come forward with evidence of the Congo samples or (b) find a scientific paper that merely attempts to refute it

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To claim the reward on the basis that it was refuted by a scientific paper, ask ChatGPT to analyze the paper. If ChatGPT does not have the contents, you can paste the text into a chat or use a tool like to upload the paper. Then ask the 4 basic questions in this document to confirm the paper either refutes it directly without having to resort to pathetic logic flaws and straw man fallacies, or legitimately refutes it indirectly. If ChatGPT confirms it makes a good faith attempt to refute the actual theory click the claim link at If you are a potential whistleblower with verifiable evidence proving what happened to the Congo samples, use that link to claim the reward and post donation instruction. Also use it to tweet your own pledge to compensate a whistleblower, and to track pledges (“bids”) and claims.

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Claim the reward with 1) Evidence of the Congo vax samples Fauci "lost" 23 years ago OR 2) A study that ChatGPT confirms merely attempts to refute it in good faith

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For years, I've faced ridicule for claiming these four buried the AIDS lab leak theory twenty years ago. Now that people realize they likely buried the recent Wuhan COVID Lab Leak1, I'm upping the ante by asking ChatGPT to present the indisputable facts and offering a $1,000 reward to either a whistleblower who leaks evidence proving what happened to the Congo samples, or to shut up those insisting the theory was refuted, I will give you the money if you find a scientific paper that ChatGPT confirms merely attempts to refute the actual AIDS polio vaccine theory.

The theory’s most compelling endorsement comes not from its advocates, but from the scientists armed with solid evidence to confirm or debunk it.  Even the papers Fauci and the establishment universally hailed as a definitive take down, without exception, ChatGPT will confirm the scientists actually found the theory so bulletproof that, to stick to the government's single narrative and keep Fauci's funding tap flowing, they had no choice but to resort to preposterous logic flaws and paraphrase a distorted caricature of the theory to give the illusion of refuting it.2

Watch, but first, ChatGPT, what are the indisputable facts?

Early live polio vaccines were developed using primate kidneys and did carry additional primate viruses3. When the AIDS virus was identified decades later, the Wistar Institute, the producer of the implicated polio vaccine, acknowledged that the possibility of their vaccine containing the AIDS virus couldn't be entirely ruled out, as monkeys used in the U.S. vaccine production were known to carry a variant of the AIDS virus4. the director noted the presence of innumerable primate viruses in monkey kidney culture, with no reliable method to entirely remove them from the vaccines, suggesting the possibility that most vaccine batches could contain unknown primate viruses5.

Where did poor countries like the Congo get their vaccines?

In the early days of polio vaccine production, some underdeveloped countries used provided 'seed stock' to locally produce vaccines6. These countries may have used different types of readily available primates and potentially had varying quality control standards. Consequently, Wistar acknowledged they did not have precise information about what primate types were used in these local productions.7

ChatGPT can’t watch this film featuring interviews of the staff who worked in Wistar’s Congo Lab explaining how they made the Congo vaccine.  But you can verify this man described extracting chimp kidneys that were passed on to this man who said he prepared them to grow the polio virus.  This man confirmed he grew the polio virus in those chimpanzee kidneys.  This man admitted bottling the concoction in 50 ml vials he labeled 'polio vaccine', and which were administered to everyone in Kinshasa Congo around 1957.  The AIDS Lab Leak theory is simply that they told the truth.  ChatGPT confirmed it's not disputed that's how they made vaccines back then and if they used chimpanzee kidneys it would have logically resulted in the AIDS pandemic. Even Dr. Fauci conceded using chimps would make it an “open and shut case” that the vaccine was the source of AIDS.

The scientist with the most hard evidence is probably Michael Worobey, the same scientist that Fauci used to refute the Wuhan COVID Lab Leak.  Worobey admits going to the Congo lab in 2000 and eyewitnesses confirm they removed the contents of that lab’s archives including it seems the tissue samples used to make the vaccine.  Yet I could find only one interview when Worobey was asked about them.  After dodging the question twice, listen to what he finally says8:

Worobey gives this evasive non-answer because it’s a fact that after he got back, the samples Dr. Fauci submitted for testing to settle the theory were not the ones from the Congo lab.  Rather Fauci submitted samples made in the US from Asian Rhesus monkeys9, the only species used known NOT to contain the AIDS virus.  Those samples obviously came back negative.  ChatGPT, what happened to the Congo samples? 

It's unclear what samples, if any, remain from the Congo lab and if they have been tested.

As Worobey was pressed on this, listen to how he dismisses the theory.

This is the argument which Nature claimed refuted the theory10.  ChatGPT please summarize:

Worobey paraphrases the theory as suggesting the polio vaccine was made using PTS chimpanzees. He counters this by demonstrating that the HIV virus, responsible for the AIDS pandemic, originated in PTT chimpanzees, thus the polio vaccine could not be the source of AIDS.

The key is, as always, Worobey paraphrases the theory, rather than quoting it.  ChatGPT, did Worobey resort to a desperate straw man or did he accurately state the theory he purports to refute?

Worobey's paper simplifies the theory by stating it involves chimpanzees specifically from the Stanleyville area. However, Hooper's theory suggests chimps were collected from a larger region, including places where PTT chimps were found. Thus, Worobey's argument that HIV originating in PTT chimps refutes the theory is not fully aligned with Hooper's broader claim about the geographical range of chimps involved.

Seems Worobey knew attempting to refute the actual theory was futile.  But later Worobeys 2008 paper flew off the rails with its absurdity11. Consider this: doctors do occasionally stow away blood and tissue samples. In the pursuit of AIDS' origins, scientists tested these historic samples globally. All came back negative until we hit Kinshasa, 1959 - two years post administration of the vaccine.  3 samples tested positive for the AIDS virus. Worobey insists this is evidence of an AIDS epidemic in Kinshasa since the 1920s. But let's engage our brains here. 

Why then weren’t there samples from the '30s and '40s that doctors archived because their patients were manifesting mysterious symptoms of this then-unknown disease?  And what about these 3 patients who tested positive a couple years after they presumably got the vaccine?  Remember, AIDS has a long, asymptomatic incubation period, followed by distinctive symptoms which would have puzzled doctors back then and been noted on the medical records.  So, ChatGPT, what do the medical records for these three samples show?  Were the patients already manifesting AIDS-like symptoms, implying they got the virus many years earlier, perhaps before vaccination?  Or were they still asymptomatic, suggesting they were recently infected, like around the time they got the vaccine?

The individuals from whom the samples were taken were not specifically noted to have AIDS-related symptoms at the time the samples were collected. It is possible that these individuals were within the typically long asymptomatic phase of HIV infection when sampled.

ChatGPT, ballpark how many in Kinshasa might have contracted AIDS if the theory were correct?

Based on speculative assumptions aligned with the OPV theory, an estimated maximum of 42 individuals could have potentially been infected in Kinshasa.

Worobey knows the theory is the vaccine was made from hundreds of chimps and thus predicts a positive sample would popup every few years in Kinshasa, each presenting a unique strain. ChatGPT how does Worobey concede this precise sequence of events did occur, yet insist it actually contradicts the theory?

Worobey's 2008 paper suggests HIV's diversity points to decades-long evolution, though it doesn't discern whether this occurred in humans or chimps. While most scientists posit a natural chimp-to-human transmission with subsequent human spread, an alternative hypothesis considers a mass AIDS virus introduction via a 1957 vaccine made from many chimps. This could explain HIV's sudden, diverse presence in 1959 Kinshasa, aligning with the study's findings.

Those are the indisputable facts presented by ChatGPT.  If you think the theory was refuted, put up or shut up.  Post a link and claim the $1,000 reward.












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