Cats and Wildlife Can Transmit COVID-19. Why We are Alive then?

Don’t freak out but if you test your feline master he or she may test positive for COVID-19. There is nothing surprising since tests are made to catch parts of a sequence and there is still no evidence showing that this sequence leads to particular disease or death.

What if hypothetically that sequence leads to the deadly disease?

Well, if it was that deadly we would be all dead by now.

If you still don’t understand why I will try my best to help. So in the beginning of 2020, the World Health Organization claimed that we are all going to die from a deadly respiratory virus. All “evidence” that was provided was some sequences from China and math models based on data from China. We were locked, denied health care, denied basic human rights, our kids abused by governments because well we all may die! We were masked and pushed to have an experimental medical treatment which killed the test animals and seems to kill us too. Yet there are studies showing that cats and squirrels can get and spread SARS-CoV-2 too (test positive which according to the narrative is a case of infection). Cats and squirrels roam freely and can get easily infected not only by contact with us and their own species but by the masks. Yes, the masks which are supposedly preventing us from the deadly virus and should carry it. Yet the same masks instead discarded in biohazard bins are everywhere. When I go out, I can count at least a dozen on the ground. Hope you understand now!

If there was a deadly and easy to spread virus we would be dead because our pets and city wildlife can get it and spread it.

Please resist the nonsense and take your old life back.

You don’t need permission.

You don’t need apps and other surveillance to happen.

You don’t need to be injected with experimental medical treatment.

You aren’t a lab rat. Show it!

References

https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.05.01.072371v6

https://science.sciencemag.org/content/368/6494/1016

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