There are now 72 confirmed cases of monkeypox in the United States if the ruling class and its mainstream media puppets can be believed. That total has grown significantly since the beginning of June when just 19 cases were confirmed.
Because of the rise in cases, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued new guidance on how to determine if one has the monkeypox. Traditionally, people with monkeypox have developed a fever, swollen lymph nodes, headaches, and muscle aches, followed by a rash that starts on their face or in their mouth and then spreads to other parts of their body, particularly the hands and feet.
But in many recent U.S. cases, patients first experienced a rash in the mouth or around the genitals or anus. And instead of widespread rashes, some patients saw scattered or localized lesions in areas other than the face, hands or feet. In some cases, flu-like symptoms developed after the rash, but other people didn’t have those symptoms at all.
The rash also seems to progress differently than in past cases. Monkeypox lesions usually start flat then become raised, after which they progress to fluid-blisters, followed by pus-filled blisters that scab and fall off. But the CDC said Tuesday that among recent patients, lesions have appeared at different stages within the same area of the body. Fluid- and pus-filled blisters, for instance, may exist side by side.
What’s more, some U.S. patients have reported pain in or around the anus and rectum, rectal bleeding, proctitis (painful inflammation of the rectum lining) or the feeling of needing a bowel movement even though the bowels are empty. None of those symptoms were commonly associated with monkeypox before.–NBC News
So it sounds like they are saying any rash or lesion is now monkeypox. This sounds kind of familiar. Remember when all colds and the flu were all of a sudden “COVID-19”?
If they are admitting this now, is it possible that the monkeypox, now that it’s “any lesion or rash of any type or appearance” is a side effect of the mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign? Did the ruling class spread monkeypox via the “vaccines”? These are just questions, but ones we should be looking into. Many side effects of the COVID shots include rashes in the form of herpes simplex or herpes zoster. We reported on this “rare” side effect over a year ago:
Scientists in Israel identified six cases in a new study of patients developing a skin rash known as herpes zoster, or shingles, after receiving the Pfizer vaccine, according to a study in the Rheumatology journal. –SHTFPlan, April 21, 2021
Something really insane is going on with this monkeypox debacle. Just like with COVID, where cases resembled a cold, the flu, or people had no symptoms at all but were force tested, cases of monkeypox can resemble chickenpox, herpes, or syphilis, anyone who develops lesions associated with those illnesses should also be checked for monkeypox, the CDC said.