Bird Flu Strikes Cows, But “Experts” Aren’t Worried

by Vern Evans

The discovery in United States dairy cows of the bird flu strain known as H5N1 marks the first known cases of avian influenza in cattle. Scientists have long feared the virus for its potential to cause a human pandemic, and since humans are usually fully involved in the care of dairy cows, the19 feared “jump” could be around the corner.

We have been warned that avian influenza could jump to humans for a long time.

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According to a report by Barron’s, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the positive tests in cattle on March 25th. It’s become increasingly clear that authorities have little way of knowing how widespread the virus is among the nation’s nearly 90 million cattle.

But a little insight into a “study” conducted by Bill Gates and Dr. Anthony Fauci could shed some light on what we may see in the future:

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Also, the ruling class has already summoned big pharma to create “bird flu” “vaccines” that are currently in storage.

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Based on all of this, something is telling us that this could be a plandemic in the making as far back as before COVID-19, which could have been a “test run” for a real and deadly virus.

Texas officials told Barron’s that the number of dairy farms that had cows sickened by the syndrome since early February is much higher than the eight farms in the state where tests have confirmed the presence of the H5N1.

Texas state epidemiologist Dr. Jessie Monday, one of the scientists leading the state’s investigation over the past month, says that 40 dairy farms in Texas had reported seeing the syndrome in their herds. Texas’ commissioner of agriculture, Sid Miller, estimated that the syndrome was present in 40% of the dairy herds in West Texas and the Texas Panhandle in February and March. –Barron’s

So far, there has not been much suggestion that dairy cattle be culled to prevent the spread of the virus. For now, that “preventative” is being saved for poultry flocks.

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