A growing infestation of ticks in the United States is causing alarm due to a unique side effect from the bites which causes victims to become allergic to red meat.
Many media outlets have been reporting about the lone star tick, which is found mostly in wooded areas and is most known for causing the red meat allergy.
According to the Daily Mail, up to ten million Americans may already have been bitten by the tick and now suffer from the allergy, but are only unaware of it because symptoms take up to 12 hours to develop. Some symptoms can also include hives and anaphylactic shock, both hallmark adverse reactions to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
The red meat allergy, known as Alpha-gal syndrome (AGS), was first discovered in 2001 and counts author John Grisham among its victims. According to reports, AGS is caused by the immune system fighting off the tick’s saliva, which contains molecules very similar to those within red meat.
The ticks are currently found in southeastern U.S. and are moving north.
It is unclear where the ticks came from or why they are suddenly spreading across the country. But for some, the timing may be impeccable.
If anyone had plans to rid the world of red meat, the lone star tick could not be more welcome.
The World Economic Forum (WEF), for instance, which outlined in detail the COVID-19 pandemic before it happened, has waged an obsessive war against red meat, which it considers a threat to the planet.
As part of its 2030 Agenda, the WEF predicts “you’ll eat much less red meat – an occasional treat, not a staple.”
On March 25, 2022, the WEF published an article titled, “Here’s a simple way to convince people to eat less meat”, in which it convinces readers to “nudge” others to eat less meat.
Two days later, the first reports about an outbreak of lone star ticks began to circulate.
“Living with alpha-gal: Local woman contracts dangerous disease from tick bite,” reported the Daily Independent on March 27, 2022.
The WEF’s campaign against red meat has been bolstered by the mainstream media, who have even used rising inflation as a reason to stay away from meat.
As reported by America’s Frontline News, a March article in Bloomberg told people to downgrade their lifestyles to cope with historic-high inflation, and was tweeted out with the following caption:
“Inflation stings most if you earn less than $300K. Here's how to deal:
- Take the bus
- Don’t buy in bulk
- Try lentils instead of meat
- Nobody said this would be fun.”
But the ticks are not just a blessing for those who wish to eliminate red meat. If anyone wished to rebrand rampant vaccine injuries as tick bites, they would consider the ticks invited guests.