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Doc Who Caught Monkeypox Says He Got ‘Nasty’ Blisters

He’s one of the few Americans who has ever contracted monkeypox. I started feeling uncomfortable, feverish, nausea and lightheadedness. Almost like a flu coming on. If that sounds a lot like COVID, you’re right. But Dr. Kurt Zesky says he quickly broke out in painful, nasty blisters and sores all over his body. I also had one that actually developed into a very nasty blister that turned black.

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  1. Pure hype. Stuff and nonsense. Transmitted by sexual contact? No evidence of this. This doc was infected almost 20 years ago! What the globalists will do to instill fear! Amazing anyone buys this.

    1. I agree! I knew they would come out with a new virus in the fall but expect one so early. I suspect this is just an appetizer before the main course in the fall. They can’t allow the citizenry to become to calm.

  2. Yes, a “doctor” who uses medical terminology like “nasty.” LMAO! Who believes this load of doodoo?!

  3. Remember several months to a year ago when a van or truck full of CDC or NHI monkey in a study got loose and people were told to shoot them on site?

    Hmmm. Likely the source of monkeypox, U.S. own studies (plans to infect us).

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