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Biden Administration Considering Dangerous Chicken Mass Vaccination Program


In light of the bird flu outbreak in the United States, farms have slaughtered millions of birds across the country.

WeLoveTrump reported on recent developments of factory farms killing massive amounts of birds in response to the latest spread of the bird flu.

ENGINEERED COLLAPSE? Agro Industry Killing MASSIVE Amount Of Birds In Response To Bird Flu

Outlets reported on the impact this is having on the global food supply chain.

Fox News wrote in December:

Four new cases of bird flu at Iowa turkey farms in the past few days will push the number of birds slaughtered nationwide this month to limit the spread of the virus up to nearly 700,000.

The latest cases announced by the Iowa Department of Agriculture only add to the toll of this year's ongoing outbreak that has prompted officials to kill more than 53 million birds in 47 states. Anytime the virus is found, the entire flock is killed to help control the disease.

Iowa officials said the latest cases found since Friday involved 240,000 birds on turkey farms in Sac, Buena Vista, Cherokee and Ida counties all in the northwest corner of the state. Iowa leads all states with nearly 16 million chickens and turkeys slaughtered this year — more than double the next closest state of Nebraska — largely because it is the nation's largest egg producer and egg farms can include millions of chickens.

Iowa State University noted how widespread the bird flu outbreak has become in the United States.

An outbreak of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in chicken and turkey flocks has spread across 24 U.S. states since it was first detected in Indiana on Feb. 8, 2022. Better known as bird flu, avian influenza is a family of highly contagious viruses that are not harmful to wild birds that transmit it, but are deadly to domesticated birds. As of early April, the outbreak had caused the culling of some 23 million birds from Maine to Wyoming. Yuko Sato, Iowa State University associate professor of veterinary medicine who works with poultry producers, explains why so many birds are getting sick and whether the outbreak threatens human health.

The mass slaughter of chickens in the United States due to this 'supposed bird flu epidemic' has reportedly led to record-breaking egg prices.

While mainstream pundits point to bird flu as the cause, critical thinkers who dig deeper realize it's the self-destruction of our nation's chicken population and destroyed processing plants.

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What's the Biden administration's solution to the rising prices of eggs?

The regime wants to mass-vaccinate our country's chicken supply to reduce the threat of bird flu.

The Hill reported:

The Biden administration is considering the use of vaccines in poultry as one option to address a bird flu epidemic that has killed millions of chickens and contributed to high egg prices.

“There are a range of options the United States regularly considers when there is any outbreak that could affect the security and safety of the United States’ food supply,” a White House National Security Council spokesperson said in a statement on Monday. “Right now, we are focused on promoting and enhancing high-impact biosafety practices and procedures.”

Those safety procedures include efforts to prevent transmission of the bird flu through enhanced disinfection among workers.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is monitoring the threat of the avian flu’s risk to humans, which is considered to be low. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has been responding whenever the flu is detected among bird populations, and the agency has begun testing potential poultry vaccines. No such vaccine is authorized yet.

The New York Times reported on Monday that the Agricultural Research Service is working to develop in-house vaccine candidates, which could be deployed more quickly than newly developed ones. The agency is not expected to have its first round of results until May, the Times reported.

As The New York Times noted, the Biden administration is willing to risk H5N1 mutations from a mass vaccination program for political gain ahead of the 2024 election.

The widespread vaccination program also appeases the administration's Big Pharma puppeteers.

From The New York Times:

For President Biden, there are also political considerations at work. Egg prices, which soared in 2022, were 70 percent higher in January than they were a year earlier. Those high prices have given Republicans another opportunity to attack Mr. Biden over inflation just as he is preparing to run for re-election in 2024.

Experts say egg prices could continue rising through the spring, driven in part by Easter season demand but also by supply shortages linked to the bird flu outbreak. And the outbreak may worsen in the months ahead as wild birds begin their spring migrations, bringing the virus with them.

The White House officials said they were watching the price fluctuations closely. If a vaccination campaign could provide economic relief for households, Mr. Biden would certainly be interested in such an undertaking, one official said.

Experts have long worried that a human-adapted version of bird flu could set off a global pandemic. For that reason, the United States and the world need to be doing more to prepare, said James Krellenstein, an adviser to Global Health Strategies, an international consulting firm.

Mr. Krellenstein and Garrett Wilkinson, a health policy expert at the nonprofit Partners in Health, examined the world’s readiness for an H5N1 pandemic and identified several “important gaps,” according to a report they shared with The New York Times. With a two-dose regimen, the United States could need at least 650 million doses of H5N1 vaccine for use in humans, and the report said it was unclear how the country could reach that figure with its current manufacturing capacity.

The New York Times report also noted the severe risks of such a massive experiment.

Still, even vaccine proponents acknowledge that a mass vaccination campaign would not be a quick endeavor. The United States produces more than nine billion chickens per year for meat alone. It might take a large egg-laying facility, which could contain five million birds, two years to vaccinate enough birds to achieve high levels of population immunity, Dr. Cardona said.

Some critics have previously raised concerns that vaccination could reduce the severity of disease in birds without stopping transmission, which might allow the virus to spread through flocks undetected while also spurring the emergence of new, immune-evasive variants. But Richard J. Webby, a bird flu expert at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, said there was “not a lot of evidence for that, at least in a quality vaccination program.”

If the Biden administration follows this idiotic vaccination agenda, the lone benefactors are pharmaceutical companies and their Wall Street investors.

Zoetis, a Pfizer spinoff that's the world's largest animal vaccine manufacturer, would benefit from this mass vaccination campaign.

Kristin Peck, CEO of Zoetis, sits on the BlackRock Board of Directors.

She's reportedly lobbying the Biden administration to mass-vaccinate every U.S. chicken against bird flu.

The program would undoubtedly make Zoetis and BlackRock a fortune.

DC Draino reports:

Per BlackRock:

BlackRock, Inc. (NYSE: BLK) has elected Beth Ford, President and Chief Executive Officer of Land O’Lakes, Inc., and Kristin Peck, Chief Executive Officer of Zoetis Inc. – to the Company’s Board as independent directors.

From Zoetis:

Kristin Peck is Chief Executive Officer of Zoetis, the world’s leading animal health company and a member of the Fortune 500. Ms. Peck is also a member of the Zoetis Board of Directors.

Prior to becoming CEO, Ms. Peck was executive vice president and group president, U.S. Operations, Business Development and Strategy at Zoetis. Ms. Peck helped usher Zoetis through its Initial Public Offering in 2013 and has been a driving force of change in many roles at the company, including Global Manufacturing and Supply, Global Poultry, Global Diagnostics, Corporate Development, and New Product Marketing and Global Market Research.

Before joining Zoetis, Ms. Peck served as executive vice president, Worldwide Business Development and Innovation at Pfizer Inc. and as a member of Pfizer's Executive Leadership Team. In this role, she was responsible for the evaluation of strategic alternatives for Pfizer's Animal Health and Nutrition businesses, paving the way for a public animal health company and attractive investment opportunity.

This mass-vaccination program would be extremely dangerous for humans.

A Zoetis avian influenza vaccine, which is still being tested, had this warning:

In case of accidental human injection, seek immediate medical attention.


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