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Monkeypox

Knucklehead Of The Week: NYC Health Commissioner’s Fix For Monkeypox… Just Change The Name

Monkeypox is certainly a sickness to avoid. It is reportedly very painful and is certainly unattractive to look at. But the fatality rate of the disease is relatively low, and its transmissibility is only a fraction of other viruses, including COVID. And considering that 99% of all cases can be traced back to gay sex, avoiding infection should be remarkably simple.

From The January 6th Clown Show To Monkeypox… Does Anyone Really Believe This Is Unintentional?

If the January 6th Committee show is short-and-sweet, say a few weeks, it will be quickly forgotten in the welling summertime heat as the great masses of America groan under $5… $7… maybe $10-a-gallon gasoline prices (or maybe no gas at all) while diesel prices at $6.50 today are already destroying the trucking industry — and thus the entire system for delivering all goods around the country.

Coincidence? The Stunning Similarities Between The Handling Of COVID And Monkeypox

Thus far, no one has died in America following infection. Differing from smallpox is that monkeypox causes swollen lymph nodes. Symptoms typically include a fever, intense headache, muscle aches and a lower than usual energy. In most cases, infected people will develop a rash on the face before spreading to other body parts. Over time, the rash will turn into blisters that will ultimately blemish after 2-3 weeks.