Biden Regime Stirring Fear Over Monkeypox, Warns More Cases to Come
As everyone has basically gone back to living their normal lives once again, we now have a new illness that everyone is using to once again instill fear into the lives of everyday Americans.
You’ve probably heard it by now, but the Democrats are talking about monkeypox. In fact, they’re even implementing mask mandates once again in some areas because of the illness.
Monkeypox, a virus similar to smallpox that originated in Africa, causes a bumpy rash, fever, painful muscles, and a headache. It’s less lethal than smallpox, with a fatality rate of roughly 4%, according to health officials. However, in recent days, experts have expressed concern about monkeypox spreading outside of Africa.
In public remarks released on Sunday, White House officials, including President Joe Biden, expressed concern about the virus’s spread.
“I would not be surprised Martha if we see a few more (monkeypox) cases in the upcoming days,” White House COVID-19 coordinator Ashish Jhat told ABC News on Sunday. “And I think the president’s right, anytime we have an infectious disease outbreak like this, we should all be paying attention.”
There have been a number of cases reported across the world, and only one has been reported in the United States according to the CDC as of May 18. As that date is nearly a week behind us now, it seems that there have also been cases in Texas, Maryland, and New York. The two cases in Texas and Maryland each reported to have recently traveled to Nigeria.
I’d be willing to bet that the Democrats are going to do everything in their power to drag this out until at least November in order to try and maintain mass mail-in voting in order to cheat in this election once again.
Monkeypox is a rare disease and has been in the U.S. in the past. It’s not going to become a pandemic, so try not to worry too much about it. In fact, the World Health Organization is saying that this is actually coming from a couple of parties that took place in Spain and Belgium.