For 2024, it looks like the good old globalists have even more in store.
While a pandemic was apparently sufficient for upsetting the standard election proceedings in 2020, it appears that it may take a “tripledemic” to institute similar upsets in 2024.
That’s right – “a tripledemic.”
And the media thinks Trump is dramatic.
According to a recent report from The Hill, a so-called “tripledemic” may be on the horizon, ostensibly just in time for the 2024 presidential election.
“Cases of three major respiratory viruses — the flu, COVID-19 and RSV — are surging in the U.S., pushing the country toward a feared ‘tripledemic’ during its first post-pandemic respiratory viral season,” the outlet reported.
Wow, how convenient. A “tripledemic” that just happens to emerge at the start of 2024, much like the COVID pandemic did at the start of 2020.
How curious indeed, that such viruses seem to follow the U.S. presidential cycle.
The rise of the so-called “tripledemic” is even more ironic considering that even The Hill admits that Americans became less fearful in 2022.
“Optimism was high this autumn as the U.S. headed into the viral season. The national arsenal against these viruses had vaccines against RSV for the first time, newly updated COVID-19 vaccines, and the flu “immunity debt” that plagued children in 2022 was history. But now, confidence is waning,” The Hill continued.
Well, of course confidence is “waning.”
After all, the media is the one who played a massive role in the spread of the pandemic in the first place, especially through its widespread disinformation regarding the real origins of COVID (thank you, Dr. Fauci).
The Hill also cites from the CDC, which was effectively subservient to Fauci’s NIH throughout the entirety of the COVID pandemic.
Predictably, the CDC has issued a typical gloom and doom response, noting that flu rates across the nation are “elevated and continues to increase in most parts of the country.”
Oddly, the CDC really didn’t mention the flu at all during the COVID pandemic, since apparently everything remotely flu-like was “COVID.”
Now that “COVID” is clearly not as much of a thing anymore, all of the sudden “the flu” has magically emerged again, despite really being around for decades.
And since the flu basically wasn’t mentioned at all during the pandemic, then even one or two new flu cases could be considered “elevated” relative to the effective zero the media reported before.
Now, the CDC just claims that flu rates were “low” during the pandemic. Imagine that.
Luis Ostrosky, who serves as the chief of infectious diseases and epidemiology with UTHealth Houston and Memorial Hermann, was also quoted, as if to lend credence to more tripledemic fear mongering.
“We’re definitely seeing an increase in the number of flu cases, COVID-19. They’re both surging right now,” Hermann declared.
What do you want to bet that they will be improbably “surging more” during the non-flu season of summer?
Author: Jane Jones