Who knew what an unexpected boon a couple of European raves would provide for the Biden administration?
That’s right: Just as COVID begins to wane, in spite of pharmaceutical companies’ insistence on a fourth booster for all Americans, the White House now has a new virus it can fixate upon for fresh fear mongering instead: monkeypox.
Sadly, the virus really is called monkeypox, which is nice and media-friendly (read: scary). Which means CNN could start recommending everyone wear a Hazmat suit while out and about, and mindless Democrats will instantly comply.
Just consider how many of them pompously wear masks in ultra-windy national parks and inside their cars … even when they’re driving alone.
Now, apparently monkeypox, widely believed to spread through sexual transmission, has emerged straight out of hedonistic European raves, where drug abuse and widespread promiscuity apparently constitute the core ingredients of a good time.
So good that it leaves behind fairly hideous monkeypox as a remnant in some unfortunate cases, it appears, to the glee of Democrats eager for a new crisis to distract from their total ineptitude, not to mention to the glee of even more nefarious forces gunning for the ballot boxes this November.
“They haven’t told me the level of exposure yet but it is something that everybody should be concerned about,” Biden blared in response to questions about monkeypox, which was quickly followed by yet another pitch for big pharma.
Ah yes, the infamous “they” again. The same “they” that apparently directs the president’s entire daily routine, not to mention ever single preapproved, prewritten comment he makes in public.
Whenever he goes off-script, the video feed is simply cut.
Would sure be nice to know who this “they” might be, as they’re clearly the real, albeit unelected, leaders.
Furthermore, for the record, Mr. President, it is likely that most people do not need to be “concerned” at all about monkeypox, unless of course they were to engage in the rather obvious risk factors associated with contracting the virus.
Given that most Americans are busy working to pay the bills, rather than engaging in questionable activities at a drug-fueled event, it is safe to say that the vast majority of individuals will not have to worry about suffering from monkeypox.
Unless, of course, they’re attacked by monkeypox-positive, likely liberal violent criminals on the subways of New York or the streets of Chicago, an occurrence that has grown even more common in recent months given the White House’s open empowerment of criminals.
Heck, the White House even empowers entire cartels via its insane border policies, or lack thereof, so it’s little wonder that U.S. citizens are especially emboldened to commit crime these days.
Regardless, it is clear that most Americans likely will not contract monkeypox, though they don’t know that: All they know is the fear that is set to be put aflame yet again by the media, especially in time for midterm elections.
Belgium, one of the top powers in the European Union, has already instituted a three-week mandatory quarantine for all monkeypox cases, which pretty much greenlights lockdown happy Fauci and the rest of the dictatorial CDC and NIH to start their own “recommendations” for combatting the spread of yet another virus.
Sure enough, cases have already been reported in the United States, with one case unfortunately arising in Florida. Unsurprisingly, the case arose in Broward County, which bears the dubious reputation of the most liberal county in an otherwise reasonable state.
“DOH-Broward is conducting epidemiological investigations to notify possible exposures and offer potential post-exposure prophylaxis,” the Broward Department of Health brayed, “At this time, DOH-Broward has not identified any additional cases.”
“At this time.” Right.
Hopefully, “at this time” will hold true well through the end of November, unless Hunter’s art customers decide to release a new variant of COVID just in time for the fall.
Author: Jane Jones