I’m excited to present the inaugural episode of the Silent Lunch podcast! And things start off with a bang—an exclusive interview with a sitting congressman, Brad Wenstrup, of Ohio. The interview took place in the Oversight Hearing Room, in the Rayburn House Office Building, on January 4, 2024. Wenstrup and the committee are set to conduct two days of closed-door interviews with Anthony Fauci next week, so that was a focus of our conversation. We cover a range of topics related to Fauci and the pandemic, including school closures, mask mandates, silencing dissent, and his possible connection with the origin of the virus.
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I’m still working out some kinks with distributing the audio version to various podcast platforms, including Apple and Spotify, so it’s possible it’s not yet available on your podcast app of choice. But you can listen to the episode now at SilentLunch.net or via the substack app.
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Teaser video clip below:
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