CNN Closes! Is Covid to Blame?

CNN put themselves on the front line when it comes to getting vaccinated. They’ve pushed their narrative for months, claiming the unvaxxed are the problem.

Talk about poetic justice, CNN is infested with covid, and they’re shaking in their shorts.

As Newsmax reported:

CNN is closing its offices in the United States to all nonessential employees as COVID-19 cases increase, the network said on Saturday in an internal memo to staff seen by Reuters.

CNN, part of AT&T Inc’s WarnerMedia division, will close its offices to all employees who do not have work in the office, the memo said.

“We are doing this out of an abundance of caution,” CNN President Jeff Zucker said in the memo. “And it will also protect those who will be in the office by minimizing the number of people who are there.”

Employees who need to come to the office will be required to wear a mask at all times, CNN said.

The network will also make changes to its studios and control rooms to minimize the number of people at offices, according to the memo.

The news was first reported by the Wall Street Journal.

The network had set a tentative return-to-office date in January and it isn’t known if that date will move, the Journal reported, citing a person familiar with the matter.

CNN requires all employees to be vaccinated against the COVID-19 to come to office or to work on field with other employees.

In August, the company terminated three of its workers for coming to the office unvaccinated.

Too bad CNN doesn’t follow the actual science. If they did, they’d understand their chances when up against the WuFlu.

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More Fauci Fiction

Meanwhile, in the world of make believe, Dr. Fauci now says Omicron is likely to be the most deadly strain of all.

As Newsmax explains:

The omicron variant will likely cause record numbers of cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the U.S., Anthony Fauci told CNN’s “State of the Union on Sunday.

“We are going to see a significant stress in some regions of the country on the hospital system, particularly in those areas where you have a low level of vaccination, which is one of the reasons why we continue to stress the importance of getting those unvaccinated people vaccinated,” Fauci told host Jake Tapper.

“This virus is extraordinary. It has a doubling time of anywhere between two and three days,” he added.

“We are going to be in for some serious difficulties right now and we better be doing more to mitigate against that. And it’s never too late to get vaccinated. And if you’re vaccinated, go get boosted and be prudent in everything else you do.”

Is this a good time to mention that a triple vaccinated man tested positive for Covid a few days ago? Because not only is the death poke able to leave you with a world of unruly side-effects, but it also doesn’t eliminate your chances of getting covid.

Tough Times Ahead

Recall that Omicron is the variant that often shows no symptoms. But that doesn’t stop Fauci from sounding the alarm bells.

Fauci stressed that the situation “is going to be tough. We can’t walk away from that, Jake. We can’t, because, with Omicron that we’re dealing with, it is going to be a tough few weeks to months as we get deeper into the winter.”

President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser added that although experts “definitely saw variants coming… what was not anticipated was the extent of the mutations and the amino acid substitutions in Omicron, which is really unprecedented. It kind of came out of nowhere, where you have a virus that has 50 mutations, 30 of which are in the spike protein, and 10 or 12 of which are in the receptor binding domain. I mean, to me, that’s really quite unprecedented.”

In addition to getting more people vaccinated and everyone being careful by wearing masks and taking other preventative measures, Fauci said that there is also a “need to flood the system with testing. We need to have tests available for anyone who wants them” so that people can know they have coronavirus before they go out in a public setting or have guests over to their homes.

Do I really need to break down the numbers, again? You have a 99% chance of being just fine if you get covid. I’ve had it twice, and I’m on the medically fragile list. That’s not to say some people won’t die from it. They will. My father did. But the regular flu or pneumonia may have take the same toll on him.

What’s unbelievable here is the constant effort to use scare tactics to force this vaccine on us. A vaccine that isn’t fully tested, and clearly not fully effective. There has to be a payoff for all this drama somewhere. And based on Fauci’s latest comments, I have a prediction for the future.

Coming soon, to a pharmacy near you: The Fauci WuFlu Home Test, complete with “digital accuracy.” Just like a pregnancy test, only far less reliable.



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