Is it monkeypox?
Did O’Rourke catch monkeypox? Many people are asking this, considering his recently catching a “bacterial infection” those intimately close with him refuse to name. Apparently, O’Rourke deferred campaign events due to the malady’s severity. While many nitpick between viruses and bacteria, both cause illness and in light of the current Monkeypox outbreak (and the activities causing it), said disease should be considered.
Per Dallas Morning News:
Texas gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke said on Sunday that he’s been diagnosed with a bacterial infection, two days after cutting a book signing in San Antonio short because he was feeling ill.
O’Rourke said doctors at Methodist Hospital in San Antonio diagnosed him with the infection and treated him with IV antibiotics.
“While my symptoms have improved, I will be resting at home in El Paso in accordance with the doctors’ recommendations,” O’Rourke said in a statement. “I am sorry to have had to postpone events because of this, but promise to be back on the road as soon as I am able.”
Knowing the current pandemic is spreading overwhelmingly through the gay community (a disproportionately Democrat demographic), it is reasonable to assume O’Rourke got Monkeypox. Besides, it would explain why most media seems to avoid revealing what particular infection he obtained.
While these conjectures are unconfirmed, take all precautions to protect loved ones from the pox, considering Beto’s groomer-infested fanbase appears committed to spreading it, including to children.
In fact, Leftists hold superspreader events designated for children, even bringing armed enforcers to ensure contact with transmitters. In Roanoke, said grooming abettors were Antifa and the Roanoke Pedo Department (PD); Republicans still blindly bleat “back the blue,” even when they align with “reds” and perverts.
Considering Beto’s support for such happenings, his Monkeypox likelihood is higher.
Generally, avoid establishments catering to leftist degeneracy and grooming of children. These locations should be under permanent lockdown for monkeypox contagion, and other degenerate ailments they might spread.
That said, most of our readers shun these locations except to valiantly protest social subversions and child grooming; their bravery is admirable. Otherwise, keep eschewing reprobate locales, ensuring yourself and loved ones remain Monkeypox-free.
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