Posted BY: Mac Slavo
The rulers of the United States are expanding monkeypox testing as they desperately try to keep the narrative alive. Infectious disease experts are now allegedly suggesting that testing for the virus needs to become part of routine care because 50 people in the U.S. have become infected.
As reported by the Epoch Times notes, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said during a conference call on Friday that her agency is working with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to expand testing capacity to include commercial laboratories.
This is the same Walensky that cried over the “doom” of COVID and said the “vaccines” can no longer prevent transmission of COVID.
At present, monkeypox testing is done through a network of 69 public health laboratories, which send results to the CDC for confirmation. So far, there have been 50 confirmed cases in the US across 16 states, while roughly 300 monkeypox tests have been administered. As we saw with COVID, what is expected when they “increase testing” across any swath of the population? You are going to get more false positives than anything and be able to panic the sheeple into demanding their own oppression and the oppression of others so they don’t get the monkeypox.
The narrative continues as the rulers peddle fear. If they don’t get enough positive tests, they could just make it up as they did with the COVID numbers. “There is not enough testing going on now for monkeypox in the United States,” said Dr. Tom Inglesby, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. “The commercial labs are used to working with healthcare providers from across the country, moving samples around quickly, reporting results quickly in a way that providers understand and expect.”
Prepare for anything, because in spite of the monkeypox’s low transmission rate, the Biden administration has ordered 500,000 more doses of a smallpox vaccine that they will use as a monkeypox vaccine.