More on the latest election year “virus” . . .

Just saw this on twitter:

I have a feeling that this will be my last communique on the so-called Coronavirus (otherwise known as CV). Why? Because I read Jon Rappoport’s reports on this latest fakery to be promulgated onto the world stage in order to create fear, divisiveness, chaos, and, ultimately, that so-called New World Order “they” have been salivating over for centuries.

I like Robert David Steels’s succinct comment on this year’s stupid imbrogliio best:

“We’ve been had.”

Steele is also done. He outlines his final version of what went down::

Meanwhile, Rappoport (as well as one commenter on this blog) turned me onto a detailed investigative trail of another amazing young woman, Dana Ashlie, who joins  Amazing Polly, Corey Lynn, Liz Crokin and others to whom this old crone is grateful — for their energy, determination, and smarts!

Dana Ashlie, like Steele, notes that symptoms for “the virus” mimic radiation sickness from the 5G rollout, and, she goes into much greater detail to map her version of the pervidious globalist plan that seems to be falling apart even faster than the CV and other false flags used to prop it up.

Rappoport got me to Ashlie, and he also got me to read another of his own CV posts, this one with a surprise ending!

World Famous Celebrity Makes Shocking Statement about the Flu — and the Coronavirus

Here’s the statement:

Hmmm . . . what are the implications? And guess who made that statement?

Wake up, folks.

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2 Responses to More on the latest election year “virus” . . .

  1. Sue M says:

    From Gary Wagner on Kitco News…re historic flu numbers…

    >>Although there were isolated and smaller pandemics in 1930,1940, and 1950, they all pale in comparison to the 1918 influenza pandemic which is considered the most severe pandemic in recent history. The 1918 pandemic resulted in an estimated 500 million people, or roughly 1/3 of the world population becoming infected by the virus. By the conclusion of this pandemic at least 50 million individuals worldwide died including 675,000 deaths occurring in the United States.<<

    • Ann Kreilkamp says:

      Thanks Sue, for this perspective! Somehow I doubt the CV approaches this, although the fear-mongering is off the charts.

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