CDC Gives Weird Guidance For This Disease (Not Covid-19)

The CDC has been infamous for giving strange and sometimes contradictory health advice.

Over the last year, this health entity said not to wear masks… then pushed mask-wearing like crazy… and then said to wear two masks to protect you from the Covid-19 virus.

This would be funny if it wasn’t so dumb and dangerous, and tens of millions of Americans followed its advice to a T.

I think this advice was/is more about politics and control than public health and safety.

Just when you think the CDC couldn’t give any wackier health advice, they said: “Hold my soy latte.”

It’s now warning Americans about a new health “threat:”


The CDC posted a “notice of investigation” on their website on May 20. It’s about this new health menace sweeping across America since last February. It’s because a whopping 163 cases of salmonella had been reported across the country. And, wait for it… ZERO deaths!

Wow, what a big health threat that Americans should know about. Uh, not.

It also warned that “backyard chickens” can spread this virus, “even if they look healthy and clean.” Hmmm… sounds an awful lot like the “asymptomatic spreader” theory for Covid-19. How can a healthy person make someone else sick?

But that’s not the wackiest part of this latest notice. The CDC also told chicken owners:

“Don’t kiss or snuggle backyard poultry, and don’t eat or drink around them.”

Sounds like the Covid-19 panic propaganda isn’t working any more, so they’re trying to re-scare Americans about this new ‘health threat.’

After the last fourteen months of this crazy health ‘advice,’ why should anyone listen to these clowns anymore?

The answer is: We shouldn’t. Use your own God-given common sense when it comes to your health. Eat as healthy as you can, exercise a few times a week, drink plenty of clean water every day, get plenty of good sleep, and take time to rest and relax.

And the best thing you can do for your mental health? Shut off the TV and radio, and stop reading liberal newspapers that are better-suited to wrap fish than provide ‘news.’