CDC Proves It’s a Propaganda Machine with Instructions to Prepare for Hurricane
I grew up in the South and I’ve been through multiple hurricanes.
I’ve been through Hurricane Opal, Hurricane Ivan, and several others. I’ve lost power for at least a week and I remember we resorted to cooking food on the grill because that’s all we could do.
We had a newly dug pond that was not only completely filled by hurricane water, but overflowed it across our driveway and over to the other side designed for run-0ff.
Most people know what to do generally to prepare for a hurricane. You may board up your windows, you may leave the area, you may make sure you have enough food and supplies to last a while because there is a chance that you’ll lose power.
But if you ask the CDC what their number one advice is to prepare for a hurricane, the only thing that they’ll do is prove that they are a mouthpiece for spewing propaganda from the Biden regime.
The CDC says, “Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. COVID-19 vaccines help protect you from getting sick or severely ill with COVID-19 and may also help protect people around you.
Not a joke. The CDC says the first thing you should do to prepare for a hurricane is get the COVID vaccine.
Apparently the vaccine protects against hurricanes now. It truly is a wonder drug. pic.twitter.com/gRiO1sx3ze
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) August 23, 2021
Let me give you a little fun fact. Last week, I had to head to our local storm shelter because of a tornado warning. It really came out of nowhere so I didn’t have time to evaluate the threat or anything or to see if there was an alternative that we could have taken such as driving in a different direction and coming back once it passed.
In the shelter, it was honestly one of the largest groups of people that I’ve seen, probably the second most amount. Guess what? None of us got COVID. I’d estimate at least a couple hundred people down there and none of us contracted the virus.
The government needs to get out of the medical business. Heck, it needs to get out of every business for that matter.