While working from home – and quite possibly out of boredom – someone from the Federal Agriculture Department came up with a great idea.
You can almost hear one of the officers saying “Hey! Let’s check the Bronx Zoo and see if any Tigers have the CoronaVirus.”
Who came up with that random idea and why the Bronx Zoo, of all places?
However, according to “officials” (who are these officials anyway?) the first case of “human-to-cat transmission” of the coronavirus has been found in a 4-year-old Malayan Tiger named Nadia.
Nadia – of course – has no idea how much of a threat she poses to the world. And I’m still trying to figure out how these “officials” are going to see that Nadia complies with wearing a mask and gloves.
This is just plain STUPID.
The fear mongers are taking hysteria to a higher level with this. They’re implying that your pets could be infected and a direct threat to you and countless millions of mask/glove wearing obedient sheeple.
Will we soon see a mass abandonment of dogs and cats?
“Sorry, Fluffy, You’re No Longer Essential…And we have to think of the greater cause…blah! blah! blah!”
I certainly hope it doesn’t get to that point.
However, considering the monstrous absurdity being shoved down our throats 24/7, nothing surprises me anymore.
Before you know it, you’ll see people putting masks on their beloved pets.
Meanwhile, the stock market has very quietly bounced up over 20% from its recent low mark on March 23rd.
In a mere 11 trading days the DOW index has risen OVER 20%.
At this pace we’ll be back to the high of 29,568 within a few weeks, Right?
Question: How many of you have seen your portfolio rise over 20% recently?
The point is, while the fear mongers want you to worry about “Fluffy,” they’re making fortunes in the market (as they are wont to do).
Don’t be surprised if we have another “Pukefest” before the end of the 2nd quarter.
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