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March 2020 AD
the ChiCom Red Plague?
Yes they did for America!
It is well known only now that Jews had infected Iran's computers with the Stuxnet virus, after Jews had denied it for so long, so why should we not believe Iran when they tell us that Jews have infected Iran with the human-based Covid-19 ChiCom Red Death virus? Sadly, many Judeophilic commenters on the blogs were viciously hateful toward the Iranians for feeling victimized by both viruses.
So now it's America's turn. You may or may not think this is totally funny depending if you believe it was done deliberately or not, but we now have absolute journalistic proof from the mouth of CNN that...
Jews have infected America.
Per CNN, New York officials traced more than 50 ChiCom Red Plague cases back to one (JEWISH) attorney.
March 2, 2020
This Jewish attorney was tested positive for the virus on March 2. Since then, he is known to have infected the following people in New York.
March 4, 2020
Jews women and children hit the worst!!!! As always in the news.
Yes, Jews were mostly infected in this case; hence, I cannot say Jews were introducing a dangerous virus into the world where only they had the vaccine, as I often figure will happen one day anyway when they feel threatened as a group.
But this does point to a grave bias I see over and over.
The Jewish bias
The CNN Jewish news thought we needed to know a few facts about this man.
1) He as a man
2) He was an attorney
3) He was 50 years old
4) He was from New York
5) He worked near Grand Central Station
6) He lived in a small suburb on the outskirts of New York City.
7) He was hospitalized at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center (whew! Long name!)
8) He mysteriously got the disease from an unknown source
9) He had an underlying respiratory condition
10) He was stable and improving
Points 1,2,3 have nothing to do with the virus.
Points 4,5,6,7,8,9,10 is related to the virus
Point 8 could help promote my conspiracy theory, lol
But why not point out the biggest fact we have learned deeper in that very article. That the man was Jewish.
11) he was actively 100% a Jew
The only way to know this is read who else he infected:
12) had a son at Yeshiva, a Jewish university,
13) attended the Young Israel Congregation and
14) went to a Bar Mitzva party?
Not a word about infecting anyone at his law firm, but CNN wanted to make sure we knew he was an attorney???
I suppose so we will all be watchful of lawyers in our mist. Perhaps good advice not withstanding.
But far fairer to warn Americans of Jews in our mist, so we will be watching out for any Jews near us.
Original CNN Article
New York officials traced more than 50 coronavirus cases back to one attorney
In one small suburb on the outskirts of New York City, coronavirus cases jumped from one to more than 100 in less than 10 days.
Now the state's governor is trying to catch up to the virus by setting up a containment area around New Rochelle and deploying the National Guard to assist with food deliveries and clean public spaces.
"We'll go in, we'll clean the schools and assess the situation," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. "This will be a period of disruption for the community."
New Rochelle is about 25 miles outside of New York City.
The issue, the governor says, is "a matter of life and death." And it started with one resident.
The 50-year-old attorney, who works near Grand Central Station in Manhattan, tested positive for the virus on March 2 and was hospitalized at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Cuomo said.
The governor later said the man was New York City's first case of community spread -- meaning officials could not trace the source of his infection.
The man had an underlying respiratory condition that made him vulnerable to the virus but he was stable and improving, officials also said later.
17 people in two days
Just two days after the man's positive results, on March 4, his 20-year-old son, a student at New York's Yeshiva University, also tested positive. School officials said he was showing symptoms of the virus.
The wife and 14-year-old daughter of the attorney both also tested positive on the same day.
So did the neighbor who drove him to the hospital.
And a friend of the attorney.
The friend's wife, two sons and daughter tested positive that day too.
The day after, on March 5, the governor says eight other people connected to the attorney tested positive for the virus.
The same day, the governor announced sweeping self-quarantine directions, urging more than 1,000 New Yorkers to stay home.
And 11 more in a day
On March 6, three members of the Young Israel Congregation of New Rochelle, where the attorney attended, tested positive for the virus.
Another two friends of the attorney tested positive, too. And four more people related to the attorney also had the virus, the governor said.
And so did two residents from nearby Rockland County who worked as caterers in the bar mitzvah the attorney was believed to have attended.
23 others linked to one person
On March 7, the governor announced 23 others linked to the attorney had the virus.
The day after, he said 12 more cases were reported in Westchester County, which is home to New Rochelle. By March 10, there were 108 cases in New Rochelle.
As Cuomo announced the deployment of the National Guard Tuesday, he declared New Rochelle a "true geographic cluster."
The National Guard will be helping combat the spread through March 25, the governor said.
"It is a true ... phenomenon," he said.
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