COVID has lost quite a bit of its luster, so the Democrats need a new panic button to push before the 2022 midterms. They seem to want to zero in on monkeypox, which is hilarious for a lot of reasons, not the least of which is the disease’s name: “Monkeypox.” Go ahead. Say it out loud and try not to laugh! The Biden administration declared a public health emergency due to monkeypox this week, but it’s going to be a tough sell to throw the elections into chaos over this disease.
And here’s a question that no one seems to be asking: Where’d monkeypox come from? One Israeli doctor thinks he knows the answer.
Professor Schmuel Shapira is an MD who was in charge of Israel’s efforts to develop a coronavirus vaccine. He worked as the Director General of the Israel Institute for Biological Research (IIBR) from 2013 to 2021. Shapira also founded and runs the Department of Military Medicine of the Hebrew University Faculty of Medicine and IDF Medical Corps. So, he’s a guy who kind of knows his stuff when it comes to medical science.
Dr. Shapira says the reason why there’s an outbreak of monkeypox going around – aside from all the sodomy – is because the experimental mRNA COVID shots have crushed the immune systems of so many people. Here’s what he wrote on Twitter:
“Monkey pox cases were rare for years. During the last years a single case was documented in Israel. It is well established the mRNA vaccines affect the natural immune system. A monkey pox outbreak following massive covid vaccination: *Is not a coincidence.”
Shapira has made no secret of his contempt for the Pfizer vaccines and the CEO of the pharmaceutical company. And he has good reason for this. Since Israel mandated the vaccines and forced him to take it against his will, he’s had three shots. Shapira notes that he’s caught COVID twice and was severely injured after being boosted the first time.
In another tweet, Shapira wrote:
“Myocarditis, fatal arrhythmias, 20% increase in strokes, facialis, Herpes Zoster, tinnitus (ear ringing), gynecological excessive bleeding, monkey-pox, obscured long term side effects. No worries. Be happy.”
At first, Shapira wasn’t censored by Twitter for criticizing the vaccines or the CEO of Pfizer, who he describes as “wretched.” Dr. Shapira is, after all, the most senior medical scientist in the entire world when it comes to biological and chemical military research. But as soon as he suggested that the monkeypox disease outbreak is due to the vaccines, it was a bridge too far for Twitter. They shut his account down.
Shapira is obviously a really bright guy, and he’s used a term to describe the COVID mRNA shots that I haven’t seen before. He calls the shot an “anti-vaccine.” The more injections you get, the greater your chances are of getting sick or coming down with severe side effects. Like monkeypox, for example.
The people spreading monkeypox around sure are delicate! I’m so old that I can remember when a disease outbreak warranted masking the entire population, forcing us to stay six feet apart, and shutting down small businesses to keep it from spreading. Now, we can’t talk about the origins of monkeypox or suggest that maybe, just possibly, monkeypox is 100% preventable with this one weird trick!
The Democrat Party may want to try to disrupt the 2022 elections with another disease outbreak, but the public isn’t going to fall for a “monkeypox pandemic.” Unless you’re in the habit of attending gay orgies with tons of complete strangers – also known as “a weekend at Senator Corey Booker’s apartment” – you’re never going to be at risk of catching monkeypox.
The Biden administration has also hinted that there may be a big COVID outbreak again this fall, just in time for the midterms of course! But it’s doubtful that the public will fall for that again either, except in places that don’t matter like California (the land of monkeypox and hobo armies!).
In the meantime, isn’t the arrogance of Twitter interesting? They seem to think that they know more about virology and disease than one of the top medical scientists in the entire world.