Monkeypox is now a public emergency under the Biden administration. That’s the word on Thursday as fear over the virus continues to spread, mostly driven by health authorities and media outlets that refuse to tell the truth about the risks.
This is happening right in time for November’s election, and it is indeed.
BREAKING: Biden administration to declare monkeypox a public health emergency – WaPo
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) August 4, 2022
Monkeypox is a declared public health emergency by the leftwing hypersensitives. To the rest of us, it’s completely asinine and political. If you go to the CDC’s tracker, there have been a total of just 6,617 cases of the virus in the entire United States as of this writing. That’s a small number, no doubt, but it gets even sillier when you look at deaths. There have been zero Monkeypox is fatal in the United States. There are only nine Monkeypox-related deaths worldwide, despite it being around for many months.
Monkeypox does not appear to be fatal, no matter how far-reaching it is. It is not a problem in nations with first-world health services. What planet is this enough to be considered an emergency that warrants government declarations of national emergency?
Then there’s the issue of how the virus spreads. Monkeypox’s primary vector is a group of strange men who have sex with each other. Call them bathhouses, call them orgies, or call them pride events but that’s where somewhere around 95 percent of cases are coming from.
And what’s been the response? What a shocking display of hypocrisy.
Global monkeypox spread is strongly influenced by sexuality. But health officials and longtime HIV activists say calls for abstinence don’t work. https://t.co/6zeOcARfdY
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) August 4, 2022
They are now claiming that gay men should not go to the bathhouses. It’s no wonder that the public health system is distrusted.
Why is this all happening? The Biden administration is not willing to be charged with taking actions by its far-left base quadruple-vaxxed hypochondriacs. The other part of it is November’s elections. How better to justify yet another low turnout on election day, which favors Republicans heavily, than to panic about Monkeypox being easily transmissible? And that assumes some states don’t try to change their election laws again, which is a real possibility. Do you want to see more drive-thru voter?
The whole thing is ridiculous. Monkeypox is essentially a sexually-transmitted disease based on the data we have, even if it’s not technically one. You don’t declare a national emergency over a virus that has killed no one after months and that largely spreads through a single act. For COVID they might be able to close all the churches. That they won’t do so shows just how hypocritical and useless our health “experts” are.