Karl Lauterbach

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(politician, scientist, deep state tool)
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BornKarl Wilhelm Lauterbach
21 February 1963
Düren, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany
Alma materUniversity of Düsseldorf, Harvard University
SpouseAngela Spelsberg
SPD COVID prophet of doom

Employment.png Germany/Minister of Health

In office
8 December 2021 - Present
Appointed byOlaf Scholz
Preceded byJens Spahn

Employment.png Deputy Chair of the SPD Group in the Bundestag

In office
22 October 2013 - 24 September 2019

Employment.png SPD Bundestag Spokesperson for Health

In office
27 October 2009 - 22 October 2013

Employment.png Member of the Bundestag Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
18 October 2005 - Present

Karl Lauterbach is a German politician from the Social Democratic Party of Germany. He rose to sudden prominence during COVID-19, where he received huge attention in corporate media as a moralistic 'Dr. Doom' promoting the official narrative. He became Minister of Health in December 2021.


Sahra Wagenknecht: How Lauterbach & Co. have trimmed clinics for profit and earned money from them

Private healthcare industry.

Political career

The new SPD parliamentarians lined up for a photo shoot. Only one of them wore a face mask (COVID prophet of doom Karl Lauterbach). At the same time school children in the country are forced to wear them all day.

After the 2021 German parliamentary election, he was a part of his party's delegation in the working group on health in the coalition negotiations. He might be appointed Health Minister in the new government.[1]


His ex-wife (married 1996-2004) Dr. Angela Spelsberg, argued with him for years about the maintenance of their four children. In a 2013 interview, she stated: “He always puts his social conscience in the foreground in public. In my private life, however, I got to know him from a completely different perspective. I think what's going on in his head is questionable...I am extremely disappointed in Mr. Lauterbach. I fear that the public also overestimates his moral suitability".[2]