Biden’s Latest Monkeypox Statement Strikes A Very Familiar Ominous Tone
It is interesting this is starting to happen during another election year…again!
As Biden was heading to South Korea he took questions from the press and warned that “everybody” should be concerned about the recent “monkeypox” outbreak.
“They haven’t told me the level of exposure yet, but it is something that everybody should be concerned about,” Biden said. “We’re working on it hard to figure out what we do and what vaccine, if any, may be available for it.”
“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 added.
White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters that the US is already prepared to deploy a vaccine “relevant to treating monkeypox.”
Dr. Robert W Malone, famous for combating Fauci during the coronavirus pandemic recently published a piece about Monkeypox to calm fears and warn about Biden.
In a very detailed piece Malone explained the origins of the virus but ended by stating:
In my opinion, based on currently available information, Monkeypox is a virus and disease which is endemic in Africa, emerges sporadically after transmission into humans from animal hosts, and is typically spread by close human contact. It is readily controlled by classical public health measures. It does not have a high mortality rate. Unless there has been some genetic alteration, either through evolution or intentional genetic manipulation, it is not a significant biothreat, and has never been considered a high threat pathogen in the past.
So stop the fear mongering, misinformation and disinformation.
Another part of the hysteria surrounding the monkeypox is the cultural component (just wait until this hits the mainstream news networks). The BBC reports that in the UK most of the cases are coming from one specific community:
Cases are in gay or bisexual men which has prompted the UK Health Security Agency to encourage men who have sex with men to be aware of any unusual rashes or lesions.
Also from the Montreal Gazette where a cluster of cases may have come from:
It remains unclear how the patients were exposed to monkeypox, but the majority of those infected in that cluster are men who have sex with men aged 30 to 55.
Meanwhile, Belgium is forcing every citizen to get a relevant pox vaccine to thwart an outbreak.