The Guardian reports:
Mark Grenon, the self-styled “archbishop” of the Genesis II “church”, has given an interview from his prison cell in Colombia as he awaits extradition to the US to face criminal charges that he fraudulently sold bleach as a Covid cure. In the 90-minute interview he effectively presents himself as the source of Trump’s fixation with the healing powers of disinfectant. “We were able to give through a contact with Trump’s family – a family member – the bottles in my book,” Grenon says. “And he mentioned it on TV: ‘I found this disinfectant’.”
Grenon had previously revealed that he had written to Trump in the White House in the days leading up to the disinfectant episode, urging him to promote the healing powers of chlorine dioxide. But in the new interview Grenon goes considerably further, claiming that the bleach, which carries serious health warnings from federal agencies, was actually put into the hands of the then president who consumed it.
Read the full article. As I reported at the time, last June the feds first arrested Mark Grenon [photo above], who had sent Trump a letter touting his miracle bleach only days before Trump publicly suggested injecting disinfectants to treat COVID. Grenon and his entire family were indicted by the feds in April 2021.
Leader behind bleach ‘miracle cure’ claims Trump consumed his product https://t.co/FAVbIBpuN2
— The Guardian (@guardian) June 22, 2021