Lara Logan Says Coronavirus is Inside Our Bones in Speech Viewed 500k Times

Lara Logan attacked President Biden's COVID-19 strategy and said hundreds of coronaviruses could be found in our bones in an impassioned speech that has since gone viral on social media.

While speaking on the Fox News show Justice with Judge Jeanine, the Fox Nation host also warned the U.S could be locked down "for rest of our existence."

Also on the show was Fox News contributor Dr. Marc Siegel who criticized Joe Biden's lack of testing. A clip of the interview has begun to go viral with it being viewed over 500,000 times. The entire interview can be viewed here.

This comes after Biden banned travel to and from South Africa and other southern African nations due to the Omicron variant.

Siegal claimed the Biden administration was not doing enough testing and he said it was too slow and there should be a test in every home.

In a lengthy speech, Logan took issue with this suggestion and said the Biden administration would use the presence of new COVID variants to implement "whatever it is they want to do," seemingly playing down the dangers of new variants by noting that there are "hundreds of coronaviruses" inside human bones.

Logan said: "If they keep testing for different strains of coronavirus, we are going to be locked down for the rest of our existence.

"I had cancer, my oncologist is a specialist in bone cancer and every oncologist that deals with bone cancer identify hundreds of coronaviruses inside of our bones.

"They have created a problem that can never actually be solved so they can justify whatever it is they want to do."

While people who recover from COVID-19 have bone-marrow cells that can continue to produce antibodies for decades, this does not ensure long-last immunity. Scientists are also greatly worried that emerging variants, such as Omicron, could blunt the protective effects of these antibodies.

Logan went on to criticize how President Biden and his administration was dealing with vaccine mandates.

She also touched on issues not related to COVID, most notably the state of American politics. She referenced 2020 voter fraud claims and the Durham report on Russia-collusion allegations made against Trump as she continued to criticize Biden's administration.

She said: "If you look around you, everything is falling apart. Even the vote audits are going ahead, Durham is moving ahead. Over time people can see that the vaccines have nothing to do with Trump or left or right. Many Black people do not want to get vaccinated.

"You cannot justify losing 3-5,000 border patrol agents, 12,000 pilots, for something that has the death rate of flu.

"Even if this is lethal, Americans have the right, under the Constitution, to their civil liberties. They can only be suspended temporarily for it to be lawful, this is not lawful."

The argument that the death rate of COVID-19 is the same as the flu has long been dismissed by the scientific community. Johns Hopkins noted that COVID death rate "At present, it is thought to be substantially higher (possibly 10 times or more) than that of most strains of flu."

Last Friday Biden said he had been briefed by his chief medical advisor, Dr. Anthony Fauci about Omicron.

He said: "As a precautionary measure until we have more information, I am ordering additional air travel restrictions from South Africa and seven other countries,"

"As we move forward, we will continue to be guided by what the science and my medical team advises."

U.S citizens and legal residents can still enter the country however they will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test if they are coming from the countries listed in the ban.

The countries on the ban are South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Mozambique and Malawi.

This decision has been met with condemnation from the South African president, however.

In a speech on Sunday, he said: "The only thing prohibition on travel will do is to further damage the economies of the affected countries and undermine their ability to respond to, and recover from, the pandemic."

He also asked countries that have introduced bans, most notably the U.S, UK, and EU, to "urgently reverse their decisions before any further damage is done to our economies."

He also said South Africa would not be imposing new regulations but further push for more vaccinations.

In South Africa, it is currently mandatory to wear face-covering in public and indoor gatherings is restricted to 750 people with 2,000 for outdoor gatherings.

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Lara Logan speaks prior to presenting Father Patrick Desbois with the Lantos Human Rights Prize during a ceremony on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, on October 26, 2017. Logan criticized how President Biden and his administration was dealing with coronavirus. Saul Loeb/Getty Images