Steve Bannon is sounding the alarm on Biden’s Cancer Moonshot, a scientific research program that hopes to cut the death rate from cancer by at least 50% in the next 25 years, according to a speech he gave at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston in September.
The program’s ultimate goal is to cut cancer death rates by at least 50% in the next 25 years, while also turning “more cancers from death sentences into chronic diseases people can live with,” Biden said during the conference.
Steve Bannon, a one-time advisor to former President Donald Trump, isn’t sold, however, on the program, and believes there’s a hidden agenda behind Cancer Moonshot that the American People need to be aware of.
Bannon has recently taken to the stage to suggest that Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot is actually more a cover to genetically engineer the human race rather than curing the disease. Bannon’s theory suggests the human race is being replaced with ‘Human 2.0’.
The idea of the ‘great replacement theory’ was floated during the Turning Point USA conference held in Tampa last week.
‘This is the biggest inflection point in human history,’ Bannon explained to the right-wing American conservative nonprofit organization that advocates to identity, educate, train, and organize students to ‘promote the principles of freedom, free markets, and limited government.’.
‘In the lived experience of half of this room, or maybe more, we’re going to get to a point where you’re going to have Human 2.0. Right? They’re telling you that. They’re funding that. This is not science fiction, this is fact,’ Bannon told Turning Point attendees.
Bannon said ‘they’ want to be ‘immortal’ and might be working on this covert ‘Human 2.0’ all under the guise of doing good.
‘They talk about they’re going to save kids, and they’re going to do this — that’s all crap. They want to be immortal. Right? And they also say there’s too many people, the carrying capacity of this planet– there’s too many people,’ Bannon pointed out.
‘You know, they’re all over Tucker [Carlson] and the great replacement theory and about the thing. Hey, the great replacement theory is Homo sapiens. That’s what they’re trying to replace,’ Bannon said.
He suggested that the ‘replacement theory’ initiative may well be happening under the Cancer Moonshot program to cure the disease.
Bannon went on: ‘Of course you haven’t heard about it. They don’t want to talk about it. They’re just going to do it. And they’re going to call it the Cancer Moonshot. This is what we have to stop.’
Bannon’s theory stems from the “Great Replacement Theory” that both he and Tucker Carlson have discussed in the past.
The ‘great replacement theory,’ claims non-white individuals are being brought into the United States to ‘replace’ white voters to achieve a political agenda sponsored by the Democrats.
White people are in fact heading toward minority status in the United States.
In 2018, U.S. Census estimates showed for the first time that whites dropped to below 50% of the under-15 population.
That change is largely due to the migration of Latinos and Asian Americans. Latinos are the largest-growing group, while Asian Americans are the fastest growing.
According to Daily Mail, despite Bannon’s promotion of ‘replacement theory’, a poll conducted earlier this year shows that 73 percent of Trump voters believe that Democrats are trying to replace white Americans with immigrants and people of color to shore up more votes.
The YouGov poll from June asked voters: ‘Do you personally believe that in the U.S., Democrats are trying to replace white Americans with immigrants and people of color who share Democrats’ views?’
Seventy-three percent of Trump voters replied ‘yes,’ while 8 percent of Biden voters said the same. Overall 61 percent of Republicans, 10 percent of Democrats and 33 percent of Independents replied yes to the question.