“Yeah, right,” Iversen responded, adding:

“Bull. If anybody is going to call bull on this, it’s you and me because this is bull. They intend to use the science for something.”

According to Iversen, the “big question” about the study is, “What are you going to do with this science, with this research?”

“Essentially,” she said, “a government, I could imagine, would buy the batch of genetically modified mosquitoes and release it to its population.”

She continued:

“Then what happens to the mosquitoes? They get inside of crates. They get shipped around the world [and] they go with people places. … So now you’re going to vaccinate the entire world without the world’s consent by using this science.”

“What is the purpose of this science if it’s not for that?” she added.

Iversen pointed out that Dr. Kirsten Lyke, a vaccine researcher and professor of medicine at the University of Maryland, commended using a genetically modified live parasite as “a total game changer” for vaccine development.

Lyke led the Phase 1 trials for the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine and also served as co-investigator for Moderna’s and Novavax’s COVID-19 vaccine trials.

“So there you go,” Iversen said. “You’ve got COVID-19 researchers saying, ‘This is great.’”

Iversen said she hoped the GM mosquitoes did not escape from the study into the wild — “but how do they know?” she asked.

“Did they account for every single mosquito? Did any of them escape from the lab by chance?” she asked, adding, “This is like the [COVID-19] lab leak.”

Watch here: