Rick Wiles Blames China for COVID-19 Infection, Says Americans Are Being Exterminated

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Right-wing conspiracy theorist Rick Wiles returned to work on Wednesday following a severe bout of COVID-19 which he spread throughout his TruNews ministry after refusing to get a vaccine.

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Wiles claimed in April that COVID-19 inoculations were part of a global plot to exterminate Christians in the United States. Last week, his network blamed “ex-gay” conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos for infecting their boss.

But yesterday, Wiles proclaimed that it was actually China who made him sick and that Dr. Anthony Fauci should be taken into custody. Why, you ask? Who knows.

Evidence to support those wild delusions was absent because none exists. Wiles has spat in the faces of science and reason, which led to an outbreak of the coronavirus among his family and the people with whom he works to make the world a little less bright every day.

“There is a medical mafia in this country. I’m suggesting the CCP agents in America struck at me because I am calling for Fauci to be arrested and interrogated,” Wiles groused.

“I mean this with all my heart. If the China Communist Party is not stopped, most Americans may be dead in the next five years. Think about what I just said: a systematic, genocidal plan to exterminate the American population over the next five years through a variety of biological weapons and vaccines, to the point that there’s hardly anybody remaining alive in the country. China is deliberately exterminating the American population for the purpose of migrating hundreds of millions of Chinese settlers to North America,” Wiles declared.

Watch below via RightWingWatch:

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