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The NEXT Plandemic Brewing Before Our Eyes? CDC Issues Ominous Warning…

Is the next plandemic brewing before our very eyes?

A recent outbreak of Avian Flu has garnered the attention of both concerned Americans and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

The latest reports all indicate that a new narrative is forming about the rapidly spreading animal virus.

At roughly the same time, we are also seeing reports that the United States collaborated with Chinese researchers to beef up the bird flu and make it more infectious.

We all know that these people like to tell us what they have planned ahead of time, and the latest warnings from the CDC seem to be in line with that.

Congressman Thomas Massie sounded the alarm: “Where have we seen this before? U.S. collaborates with China to make bird flu more contagious and transmissible to mammals.

Bird flue now discovered in U.S. dairy cattle, transmitted to at least one human being. Knock it off already!”

According to Reuters:

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has confirmed infections in herds across six states since it first reported cases in Texas and Kansas on March 25.

The initial cases in Texas and Kansas appear to have been introduced by wild birds, and the strain of the virus in subsequent cases in New Mexico, Michigan and Idaho was very similar, according to USDA.

Many conservative influencers and voices spoke out against the obvious ploy to use bird influenza for political purposes and to take away our civil liberties.

Fox News featured this troubling update:

A farmworker on a commercial dairy farm in Texas developed conjunctivitis last week, and subsequently tested positive for bird flu, the agency said.

The positive bird flu diagnosis came after milk from dairy cows in Texas and Kansas tested positive for the disease.


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