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The government is preparing for the H5N1 bird flu to turn into a “full-blown pandemic” as it sinks $200 million into “protecting” the nation’s factory-farm beef and pasteurized milk supply.

After a short five-minute break from COVID-19, we are now in chapter one of the bird flu, and this time, they’re coming for everything they came for before, plus the food supply and animals.

The mRNA vaccines are in development—and have been for some time. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has introduced “EID” cattle identification ear tags; Bill Gates’ fake meat patties are queued up to replace your burger; the World Health Organization (WHO) is making a valiant attempt at giving itself global authority over pandemics; and the media is ready to turn a single case of bird flu resulting in nothing more than “eye redness” into the next apocalypse.

Dr. Robert Califf, the Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), told the Senate Appropriations Committee on May 8 that the agency is preparing in case the current circulating strain of avian flu jumps to humans on a large scale. Moreover, the FDA and other federal agencies are working to ramp up medical countermeasures such as vaccines, masks, and antivirals.

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