Apparently, the White House just can’t stand the fact that COVID isn’t proving to be the useful ally in the midterm elections they thought it would be, which is precisely why they are now fear mongering about yet another virus that has resulted in all of two U.S. cases, or some other absurdly low number.
And, rather unsurprisingly, the virus is called “monkeypox.”
Guess the virus had to be named something beyond absurd in order for Biden to remember it.
Though he’ll probably start calling it “gorillapox” or “chimpanzeepox” or any other variant, given that Kamala is also apparently president and the Easter Bunny is the president’s director, per Biden’s view, anyway.
After all, his view is whatever “they” tell him it is.
Including about monkeypox.
“They haven’t told me the level of exposure yet, but it is something that everybody should be concerned about,” Biden brayed.
Ah, that makes total sense. Exposure could be effectively zero on average, yet “everybody” should be concerned?
Seems “everybody” is more concerned with making ends meet while facing the very real prospect of $9/gallon gasoline, if not higher.
Just as Trump forewarned before self-righteous Americans, and legions of ballot harvesters, threw the election in favor of America-Last Democrats.
“We’re working on it hard to figure out what we do and what vaccine, if any, may be available for it,” Bien boomed.
Right, the whole population should get vaccinated over every single possible virus that has ever come or could come into existence. That’s real practical.
However, it’s also clearly real lucrative to Big Pharma, as Biden is apparently more beholden to Big Pharma than he is to the unions he long claimed to represent.
Gotta love how he suddenly says “we” in this case too, as if he’s actually doing anything.
“But it is a concern in the sense that if it were to spread, it’s consequential. That’s all they have told me,” Biden continued.
Well, that’s good to know that’s all “they” told you, Mr. President.
Perhaps this mysterious “they” could speak to the American public every now and then, as “they” sure seem to know a whole lot more than the president himself does.
One can only hope that “they” are American in origin, though American elites have no allegiance to anyone but themselves.
For once, the WHO was actually a whole lot more forthcoming, in an official statement no less, rather than the hideous “they” allusions.
And it soon becomes clear that Biden left out a few key points that “they” most likely didn’t tell him, especially in light of conservatives’ ongoing war with Disney, public schools, and other perverse Democrat institutions that have a very unhealthy fixation on sexuality in all forms, followed closely by the obsession with racial division.
“As of 21 May, 13:00, 92 laboratory confirmed cases, and 28 suspected cases of monkeypox with investigations ongoing, have been reported to WHO from 12 Member States that are not endemic for monkeypox virus, across three WHO regions … No associated deaths have been reported to date,” the WHO announced.
Yep, one of hundreds of thousands of viruses in the world, yet the White House claims “everybody” should be gravely concerned with monkeypox.
The concern becomes even more ridiculous when considering the biggest risk factors for the virus.
“Based on currently available information, cases have mainly but not exclusively been identified amongst men who have sex with men (MSM) seeking care in primary care and sexual health clinics,” the WHO announced.
Clearly, the White House is far too beholden to the borderline militant LGBTQ+ movement to announce such inconvenient truths as this.
However, the WHO apparently is less biased than the White House, and it is very reasonably warning individuals that are more likely to acquire monkeypox to potentially reevaluate some old activities in light of new illness.
Indeed, the WHO also stresses the risk factors later on in the statement, mentioning the fact that “direct physical contact with skin or skin lesions, including sexual contact,” presents a high risk factor, as well as if one “has had multiple or anonymous sexual partners in the 21 days before symptom onset.”
The CDC is also more forthright, remarking that “people who may have symptoms of monkeypox, particularly men who report sex with other men, and those who have close contact with them, should be aware of any unusual rashes or lesions and contact their healthcare provider for a risk assessment.”
When Biden reveals next to nothing about monkeypox, claiming that’s all “they” told him when clearly the WHO says a whole lot more than that, it’s pretty clear that “they” have a vested interest in smothering the truth about how some viruses spread.
Author: Jane Jones