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Is Bill Gates Responsible for Massachusetts West Nile Outbreak?

'I realized the exercise styles, and being thin, were the only things that could save me...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) With COVID losing its grip over the public imagination, leftist states are turning to the West Nile Virus in order to stoke fear, the National Pulse reported.

Specifically, Massachusetts’s Department of Health has announced that two residents of the deep-blue state have contracted the disease: one, a 70-something woman who caught the disease on an out-of-state trip; and two, a 40-year-old man who may have caught the disease in the greater Boston area.

According to Massachusetts Public Health Commissioner Robert Goldstein, West Nile Virus is particularly dangerous this year for Massachusetts residents.

“Populations of mosquitoes that can carry and spread this virus are fairly large this year, and we have seen recent increases in the number of WNV-positive mosquito samples from multiple parts of the Commonwealth,” Goldstein noted.

The West Nile Virus, however unpleasant it may be, is not particularly deadly. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention admits that only 1 out of 5 who contract the virus to begin with experience any symptoms.

A mere 1 out of every 150 who contract the virus develops a serious illness.

Despite the general ease with which people handle the virus, the corporate media has gone out of its way to stoke panic.

CBS Boston, for example, ran a headline describing one the most extreme case wherein a man a decade ago had to go on a ventilator for over a year as a result of the virus.

The man who had the “chronic West Nile Virus,” however, noted that he was able to curb the virus’s effects by getting in better shape.

“I realized the exercise styles, and being thin, were the only things that could save me,” Charles Atkinson, who contracted the virus, concluded.

Left-wing panicmongering and the obesity risk factor may not be the only commonalities that the virus has with COVID-19, however. Both outbreaks may raise questions about whether the origin is organic or lab based.

Just as billionaire Bill Gates demonstrated an uncanny amount of prescience ahead of the COVID pandemic, even sponsoring the Event 201 pandemic planning seminar a month ahead of it, Gates has expressed a similar fascination with mosquito-borne illnesses such as malaria.

He controversially released a jar full of mosquitoes into the room during a 2009 TEDTalk.

Gates also has been active in the funding of malaria vaccines, some of which involve delivery via genetically modified mosquitoes.

“We use the mosquitoes like they’re 1,000 small flying syringes,” said Dr. Sean Murphy, a physician and scientist with the University of Washington, Seattle, according to a 2022 NPR report.

The Biden administration even approved a plan for Gates to release some 4 billion genetically modified mosquitoes in Florida and California in April 2022.

Just two months later, health officials in California reported upticks in several reported viruses, including malaria, monkeypox and swine flu, although it is unclear whether June “Pride” month celebrations may have been a contributing factor.

Many—black Americans in particular—remain wary of vaccines due to secretive military biowarfare experiments involving the surreptitious release of mosquitoes that took place in the 1950s.

Amid considerable resistance to the COVID-19 vaccines—some of which related to concerns over clotting and myocarditis in otherwise healthy individuals that have yet to be scientifically disproven—Gates and his globalist researchers revealed they were looking into airborne and insect-borne methods that could crop-dust cities and force citizens to involuntarily inhale gene-altering chemicals.

“If this effort succeeds, it would give globalists a way to air drop mRNA instructions on entire populations in exactly the same way farmers spray fields with insecticides,” wrote Natural News in August 2022.

Headline USA’s Ben Sellers contributed to this report.

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