Are you afraid?
Very, very afraid?
Afraid of the MONKEY-POX?
They are doing everything they can to force you to live in fear, but we need to reject that.
And for good reason.
Because get this: in the last Monkeypox outbreak that hit the United States, there were less than 100 cases,
Kyle Becker and John Cardillo report 72 and 70 cases, respectively:
Attention Media: A Monkeypox outbreak hit the United States in 2003.
There were 72 reported cases. 37 human cases were laboratory confirmed. Most cases led to a mild rash.
There were no deaths. Smallpox vaccines are 85% against the monkeypox virus. Now, curb your hysteria. pic.twitter.com/VNQr2145fh
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) May 22, 2022
It’s all a manufactured hoax once again.
We’ve had a few cases of Monkeypox in the country in the past, and back in 2003 we had 70 cases.
You never heard about it because it’s not fatal and is very tough to catch.
No one ever tried to lock you down until now. pic.twitter.com/OYzpC6to1F
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) May 23, 2022
But if you go to the actual CDC website, their number is only 47:
Oh, and not just that…there were ZERO deaths:
Ok lets get ahead of this Monkey Pox nonsense before Covidians politicize it.
Previous outbreak in 2003
2 “serious cases”- both recovered
Wasn’t a major news story
— Sai Medi (@Saikmedi) May 19, 2022
Stop living in fear folks!