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BREAKING: FDA Finds Deadly Virus In Milk Supply

The Food and Drug Administration Administration (FDA) has found the deadly bird flu in dairy milk for the first time.

Sources say the FDA detected the virus in milk pulled straight from the grocery store shelves.

Although the virus was detected in the retail milk supply, the FDA has advised consumers that the milk is safe to drink at this time because the virus is inactive in the milk.

I don’t know about you, but I don’t buy that for a second! The ‘experts’ assured us last week that the milk supply was safe, and I hinted that the Milk supply might not be safe.

There is, after all, a first time for everything. Are we looking at some sort of genetically engineered form of this virus?

Cows were not supposed to catch avian flu and spread it cow-to-cow. Here’s what we currently know:

According to CBS News:

The virus was not initially found in the respiratory tract of most infected cows, officials said, suggesting it is not spreading through the air between cows like other kinds of influenza.

Instead, H5N1 HPAI in the current outbreak has been found almost exclusively in raw milk and the cow organs that produce it.

Officials think the virus may have spread between cows during the milking process on farms, through surfaces contaminated with infected raw milk.

Former government contractor and whistleblower Tony Seruga speculated: “I’m warning you, they want to kill millions of cows. This is their plan to justify.”

Fox News reiterated the FDA assurance that the milk supply was ‘safe’:

“The pasteurization process has served public health well for more than 100 years.

Even if [the] virus is detected in raw milk, pasteurization is generally expected to eliminate pathogens to a level that does not pose a risk to consumer health.

To date, we have seen nothing that would change our assessment that the commercial milk supply is safe.”


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