Perhaps it is the lack of mainstream media in both places, or perhaps herd immunity is the way—maybe it’s both…
Sharyl Attkisson has been making some pretty incredible observations about both Africa and the Amish community here in America.
The Amish became the first population we know of to reach herd immunity in The United States, and it should be noted that the nations of Africa by and large do not really have the resources to fight off Covid-19.
Yet people in both areas are faring far better than the general population of The United States, and indeed most of the world.
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These two instances are shattering the mainstream narrative surrounding vaccines, masks, lockdowns, and an ever increasing list of Greek alphabet variants.
Let’s take a look at reports highlighting Covid-19 in both the Amish community and Africa:
— Vince Quill (@VinceQuill) November 26, 2021
I think it’s because of the lack of corporate media. pic.twitter.com/q66weWGKOt
— Luke Rudkowski (@Lukewearechange) November 26, 2021
According to The Associated Press, scientists are ‘mystified’ by Africa’s Covid-19 numbers:
“COVID-19 is gone, when did you last hear of anyone who has died of COVID-19?” Ndou said. “The mask is to protect my pocket,” he said. “The police demand bribes so I lose money if I don’t move around with a mask.” Earlier this week, Zimbabwe recorded just 33 new COVID-19 cases and zero deaths, in line with a recent fall in the disease across the continent, where World Health Organization data show that infections have been dropping since July.
When the coronavirus first emerged last year, health officials feared the pandemic would sweep across Africa, killing millions. Although it’s still unclear what COVID-19’s ultimate toll will be, that catastrophic scenario has yet to materialize in Zimbabwe or much of the continent.
Amish community in Lancaster County reaches herd immunity from COVID-19, medical center says https://t.co/U6rch9hwnB
— ™️©️ (@FrkTeigen) November 26, 2021
Sharyl Attkisson did some investigative reporting and shared her interview with one member of the Amish community:
Lapp: When they take communion, they dump their wine into a cup and they take turns to drink out of that cup. So, you go the whole way down the line, and everybody drinks out of that cup, if one person has coronavirus, the rest of church is going to get coronavirus. The first time they went back to church, everybody got coronavirus.
Lapp says they weren’t denying coronavirus, they were facing it head on.