“Impending Doom”: CDC Director Breaks Down Into Tears as She Pleads With Americans Not to Start Living Normally Again
It's a cult
So now we have a crying CDC director to keep the dread risk fear of COVID-19 (which is not a serious virus to 99.7% of the population) at heightened levels:
CDC director Rochelle Walensky nearly cries and says she has feeling of "impending doom"
"Right now, I'm scared."
"Please hold on." pic.twitter.com/TzEMYPLcVW
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) March 29, 2021
To understand the game she is playing, check out her mocking style and despicable distortions while attacking the Great Barrington Declaration in the clip below.
Notice, for example, that she claims that 47% of the U.S. population has some type of comorbidity. Why is she telling us this? It is a clever distortion to imply that COVID-19 is a serious risk to half the U.S. population.
The facts are that the high-risk population is people over 70 with comorbidities. Forty-seven percent of the population is not at high risk from COVID-19 just because they have comorbidities, she knows this. She is running a smooth con.
I am beginning to think that pretty much all high-ranking staff at the CDC are high IQ sociopaths.
"I don't understand how we protect the vulnerable in society and somehow get to herd immunity through an infection pathway. I think that is just going to lead to a lot of death" @RWalensky @MartinKulldorff @SunetraGupta#GreatBarringtonDeclaration #JohnSnowMemorandum pic.twitter.com/8x7ZNX1vjF
— JAMA (@JAMA_current) October 25, 2020
Of note, Walensky has previously been an adviser at the Bill Gates stomping grounds of the World Health Organization and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and has worked on HIV/AIDS in the Gates arena of South Africa.
From The Gates Foundation website:
Since making our first grants in South Africa in 1999, we have been committed to addressing issues such as the country’s high rates of HIV and tuberculosis (TB), social inequality, and inadequate water and sanitation infrastructure.
From the CDC:
Dr. Walensky is recognized internationally for her work to improve HIV screening and care in South Africa.
From The Los Angeles Times:
The Gates Foundation has targeted AIDS, TB and malaria because of their devastating health and economic effects in sub-Saharan Africa. But a Times investigation has found that programs the foundation has funded, including those of the Global Fund and the GAVI Alliance, which finances vaccines, have had mixed influences on key measures of societal health:
By pouring most contributions into the fight against such high-profile killers as AIDS, Gates grantees have increased the demand for specially trained, higher-paid clinicians, diverting staff from basic care. The resulting staff shortages have abandoned many children of AIDS survivors to more common killers: birth sepsis, diarrhea and asphyxia.
The focus on a few diseases has shortchanged basic needs such as nutrition and transportation, undermining the effectiveness of the foundation’s grants. Many AIDS patients have so little food that they vomit their free AIDS pills. For lack of bus fare, others cannot get to clinics that offer lifesaving treatment.
Gates-funded vaccination programs have instructed caregivers to ignore — even discourage patients from discussing — ailments that the vaccinations cannot prevent. This is especially harmful in outposts where a visit to a clinic for a shot is the only contact some villagers have with healthcare providers for years.
As with COVID-19, the Gates Foundation in sub-Saharan Africa ignores trade-offs and other consequences. This appears to be the Gates modus operandi, maniacal obsession with just one factor in a complex environment, and his sociopathic supporting chosen ones are more than happy to carry out his desires which are much more destructive than a help.
Source: Target Liberty