The World Health Organization is public enemy #1 as far as I’m concerned.
Trying to quickly spit out another greek letter every time a new strain of the common cold was ‘discovered’ would be tiresome and ridiculous.
Yet this is what these ‘scientists’ and bureaucrats at The W.H.O. are doing.
According to the latest reports, they are now investigating the “Mu” strain.
What happened to the Delta strain? They couldn’t conjure up enough fear from that so they just ‘discovered’ and are now ‘investigating’ another one?
Give me a break.
Here is their latest push to scare you into handing over you life and hard earned money to medical tyrants:
The WHO is monitoring a new Covid-19 variant known as “Mu”.
The strain has been identified as a variant of interest, due to its potential resistance to vaccines.
Mu was first detected in Columbia in January and has also been reported in parts of South America and Europe. pic.twitter.com/F8WWHZAT9j
— BFM News (@NewsBFM) September 1, 2021
So it's the “Wu Mu Flu” now 😂
Mu variant: What you need to know about the new UK COVID strain – BBC Science Focus Magazine https://t.co/RJEw9JfL2u
— Short Fuse 💥 (Fusey) (@HughMunn3) September 2, 2021
The W.H.O. concern over the new variant was noted by Fox News:
Preliminary data indicated that it may evade vaccines in a way similar to the Beta variant, but experts said more research on the strain is necessary.
Since first emerging in Colombia in January 2021, the Mu variant has popped up in at least 39 countries.
“Although the global prevalence of the Mu variant among sequenced cases has declined and is currently below 0.1%, the prevalence in Colombia (39%) and Ecuador (13%) has consistently increased.”
I still cannot believe that people believe that the vax protects you. If it didn't people wouldn't be dying after getting the vax nor become ill or contagious. We are not paying attention.
— Boxer (@AstroSurfer1) September 2, 2021
Fauci says the new variant isn’t a concern in The U.S., as reported by CNBC:
The new Covid-19 variant “mu” is not an immediate threat to the United States, federal health officials said Thursday.
“We’re paying attention to it, we take everything like that seriously, but we don’t consider it an immediate threat right now,” White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said at a press briefing.