Is The COVID Pandemic Really Over?
Bioweapon attacks disguised as "disease outbreaks" may be our future
The largest operation by the U.S. government against its own people officially ended yesterday — with little fanfare from the corrupt corporate media.
Remember: Operation Warp Speed was a military operation from start to finish.
If the COVID plandemic is indeed over, nobody in the Biden regime seems pleased about it. In fact, Biden officials made sure that the Washington Post ran a story about their next program — “Project Next Gen” — on the very same day that Biden signed into law the termination of COVID national emergency: April 10th.
The Post’s story imagines an upside-down world where Americans want a permanent bio-medical tyranny of course:
The Biden administration is launching a $5 billion-plus program to accelerate development of new coronavirus vaccines and treatments, seeking to better protect against a still-mutating virus, as well as other coronaviruses that might threaten us in the future.
“Project Next Gen” — the long-anticipated follow-up to “Operation Warp Speed,” the Trump-era program that sped coronavirus vaccines to patients in 2020 — would take a similar approach to partnering with private-sector companies to expedite development of vaccines and therapies. Scientists, public heath experts and politicians have called for the initiative, warning that existing therapies have steadily lost their effectiveness and that new ones are needed.
“It’s been very clear to us that the market on this is moving very slowly,” Ashish Jha, the White House coronavirus coordinator, said Monday. “There’s a lot that government can do, the administration can do, to speed up those tools … for the American people.”
Four days before these two events, the CDC warned about an outbreak of Marburg virus in Africa — in Tanzania and Equatorial Guinea. What’s curious about the latest outbreak is that Kamala Harris just happened to be in Tanzania the week before the CDC’s announcement.
What are the odds?
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