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Watch: Bill Maher admits COVID ‘conspiracy theorists’ were right

The popular US talk show host said, ‘a lot of the dissenting opinions that were suppressed and ridiculed at the time have proven to be correct.’

From natural immunity, to lockdowns, to closing schools, face masks and the ‘Lab Leak Theory’, Maher told his millions of viewers the ‘conspiracy theorists’ were right, while the ‘experts’ were wrong.

He also called for a commission to investigate the COVID response in the United States.

‘I get it that we didn’t know exactly what was happening at the beginning of COVID – that some mistakes were inevitable.

‘But four years on, I’m tired of hearing ‘We didn’t know’. No we didn’t, but some people guessed better than others. And the people who got it wrong don’t seem to want to acknowledge that now.’

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  1. This guy is perhaps even a bigger turd than Bono.

    Don’t let this fool you, he’s NOT on our side at all. He just says a few logical things every now and then when it’s convenient and pretends he’s always felt that way, but the guy flip flops so often you’d swear he was breakdancing.

    Total spineless weasely fraud.

  2. Yeah very fffunny.
    This creature did everything with his ar**hole humour to discredit and side-line valid questions at the time. He is a peddler of bullying, a purveyor of ridicule and a usurper and dispenser of block-head attitude.
    Telling that he still has an audience.

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