The "Pennsylvania hundred monkey hoax," which I described in my previous article, suddenly takes on a very special meaning now that in my research I stumbled upon a report dated Nov . 18, 2021. That report stated that lab workers at a Merck Laboratory in Philadelphia, while cleaning a freezer, discovered samples that did not belong there.
In that freezer was a sample of the alleged "smallpox virus" (smallpox) that should only be in an approved lab in Alaska and Russia. Other unauthorized samples should have been transferred or destroyed.
In addition, among the fifteen vials, staff found a sample labeled "vaccinia. The vaccinia virus was allegedly used by the World Health Organization to eradicate that same smallpox (smallpox). My assumption is that the vaccine is precisely the disease maker and thus both vials actually contain the same thing. To understand that, you should read this explanation and this explanation of viruses.
What matters now, however, is not whether the stuff in the tubes found is contagious, no it's about the contagion lie being sold with psychological operations (hoaxes / fales flags) that is precisely to sell that illusion of contagious viruses and that this laboratory and the tubes found help spin that story.
Indeed, that article from two months back provides the setup for the hoax of the escaped hundred monkeys. Namely, if it turns out that one of the tubes contained something that was "tested" on the monkeys (according to the story, not really) and the woman (read: "the actress who plays the role of Michelle Fallon") who was driving behind the truck and stuck her hand in a cage now has that "terribly dangerous virus," then you can stage a wave of infection with that nicely.
What do we read next in the article? You guessed it:
The FBI and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are investigating the discovery, which involves a disease that is believed to have killed more than 300 million people since the dawn of the 20th century.
Wasn't that the Spanish flu? Yes, that too was a hoax, but that is going too far to explain now. What matters now is for you to see through how they spin their next virus hoax well prepared. If you will see through this hoax (when it will be played out to great proportions in the international media), you will also see through that Spanish flu hoax. People are being made sick (and dying) by the drug that supposedly fights the illusionary virus. It is the remedy, not the ailment (caused by collective pollution).
Richard Ebright, a professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Rutgers University, suggested to the Inquirer that the vials in Pennsylvania represented a security threat. Someone with bioterrorism plans could have found them and used them.
Well no, the plan is by the terrorist Fauci and his masters Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab, Mr. Ebright. And it's not a terrorist attack with an infectious sample, but it's linking the illusion of infectiousness to the laboratory monkeys that fell off the truck last Saturday. Want to bet that "Michelle Fallon" infected a lot of people or that some people came in contact with the escaped monkeys?
If you watch the video below, consider that the creator obviously has not yet realized that it is a hoax.