Lara Logan: "What you see on Dr. Fauci, this is what people say to me, that he doesn’t represent science to them. He represents Josef Mengele … the Nazi doctor who did experiments on Jews"

by Paul Alexander

Lara Logan 'Definitely Pushed Out' at Fox After Fauci Comments; I know Lara, met up with her at Defeat the Mandates two months ago; remarkable person; Egypt 2011 is unspeakable what was done to her

In my discussions, I found Lara is so very in depth on the COVID madness and the violations of our rights and freedoms. The devastation of the mandates. Heart in the right place and very knowledgeable on the critical issues and brave. Huge respect for her and she must keep pushing and fighting to get truth out.

What happened to Lara in 2011 in Egypt is unspeakable and was monstrous and filthy and reprehensible, the wolf I have told you. Always seeking to harm. This is why the US must retain it’s 2nd amendment always and especially for women, she must be armed legally and trained to shoot and kill the assailant. Have no mercy. Women must be gun owners, trained, and be brave with it.


Lara Logan 'Definitely Pushed Out' at Fox After Fauci Comments


Former CBS Reporter Lara Logan Revisits Terrifying 2011 Rape by Mob in Egypt Amidst $25 Million Lawsuit

“The journalist told Newsweek that her security guard, Ray Jackson, and crew were running with her and others in the crowd.

"I thought we were getting away," Logan said, "but some of the men running with us became my rapists."

"Ray told me to stay on my feet and hold onto him. If I was knocked down, I'd die. I fought the assault as best I could for 15 minutes, but they tore all my clothes off and raped me with their hands, with flagpoles and with sticks. They sodomized me over and over. They were fighting for my body. I couldn't hold on to Ray any longer."

"There was a moment I gave up, but I kept thinking about my two babies," she said, referring to her children.

In a statement to PEOPLE in 2011, CBS News said that Logan "suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating."

"CBS correspondent Lara Logan was covering the jubilation in Tahrir Square for a 60 Minutes story when she and her team and their security were surrounded by a dangerous element amidst the celebration," the statement said.

Logan "was separated from her crew. She was surrounded and suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating before being saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 Egyptian soldiers," CBS' statement said.”