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Warning: WHO and Biden Want You Fearful Forever. Now There’s Monkeypox.

The WHO – World Health Organization – issued a warning that Monkeypox cases are on the rise. (Breitbart) Since the US has reportedly purchased 13 million freeze-dried doses of the vaccine Jynneos after 1 case was found in the US, we’re starting to wonder if this was planned to keep people afraid. People who are over 50 have likely been vaccinated for smallpox and therefore have protection. Young people, not so much.

The situation is evolving and WHO expects there will be more cases of monkeypox identified as surveillance expands in non-endemic countries. Immediate actions focus on informing those who may be most at risk for monkeypox infection with accurate information, in order to stop further spread. Current available evidence suggests that those who are most at risk are those who have had close physical contact with someone with monkeypox, while they are symptomatic. WHO is also working to provide guidance to protect frontline health care providers and other health workers who may be at risk such as cleaners. WHO will be providing more technical recommendations in the coming days…

Identification of additional cases and further onward spread in the countries currently reporting cases and other Member States is likely. Any patient with suspected monkeypox should be investigated and if confirmed, isolated until their lesions have crusted, the scab has fallen off and a fresh layer of skin has formed underneath…

WHO warning

Fear-mongering?

Those numbers are not indicative of an epidemic or a pandemic, but that hasn’t stopped our own basement-dwelling leader from fomenting fear:

Monkeypox is NOT smallpox, although it’s in the same general family. Smallpox spreads like wildfire- Monkeypox does not. It does seem to be occurring with males who have sex with other males because of the close contact. It is not easily spread from animal to human unless infected bush meat is eaten. It can also be spread through respiratory droplets and contaminated bedding, but still requires close contact. But since Covid, the fear quotient is off the charts. And the WHO warning may not help one bit.

Bring on the mask nazis! A mask won’t help with this one, by the way.

There are two separate types of Monkeypox: one from the Congo Basin, which is the most severe, and one from West Africa. The different genomes are called “clades.” It will be interesting to find out which “clade” this one is from, unless it’s entirely different. Neither form of the disease is usually fatal, and only lasts for about 2 weeks. It is normally endemic to “Benin, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Ghana (identified in animals only), Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, the Republic of the Congo, Sierra Leone, and South Sudan.” This current outbreak appears to be found in people who have not visited those countries…which is suspicious.

So don’t panic and don’t worry about Biden’s warning. He’s a fear-monger and so is the WHO. They want you to be afraid.

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H/T Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children

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Faye Higbee

Faye Higbee is the columnist manager for Uncle Sam's Misguided Children. All of her posts on Conservative Firing Line are also posted on Uncle Sam's.

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