DONKEYPOX: The Real Disease That’s Killing Americans

It is time to understand who is really killing Americans.


We recently read an article titled, “Blockbuster Report: Soros Spent Over $40 Million To Install Pro-Crime District Attorneys And Unleash Violent Criminals Endangering Communities.

The Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund’sJustice For Sale Report” reveals how the left put pro-Black Lives Matter district attorneys and state attorneys in power across the country to let criminals off the hook and endanger communities in the name of “racial justice”

According to the Justice For Sale Report:

The U.S. currently has 75 George Soros-backed prosecutors overseeing half of America’s 50 most populous cities, according to a new report from the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund (LELDF).

Traditionally, elections for district attorney have been quiet affairs,” reads LELDF’s report. “That changed recently as millions of campaign dollars have flowed into these down ballot contests.

FINDINGS:

The US currently has at least 75 Soros-Backed social justice prosecutors, supported through campaign dollars and/or Soros-funded progressive infrastructure groups.
These 75 prosecutors represent more than1 in 5 Americans or more than 72 million people, including half of America’s 50 most populous cities and counties.
From 2018 to 2021, Soros spent$13 million on just 10 prosecutors’ races, where his organizations were by far the biggest spender in the race and comprised the majority of the progressive candidate’s campaign spending – as much as 90% in some cases.
To date, Soros has spent more than$40 million on direct campaign spending over the past decade to elect prosecutors.
Soros uses a series of shell organizations, affiliates, and pass-through committees to steer contributions to both candidates and his robust support network for progressive prosecutors, which provide gravitas and
perks to preferred prosecutors.

Here are some related articles about how Soros and Democrats are more interested in freeing criminals than protecting American citizens from crime and criminals:

Since the inauguration of Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. on on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 hundred of thousands of Americans have died.

We looked at how many Americans have died since January 20, 2021 and here’s what we have found.

  1. COVID-19: Statista reports that as of June 7th, 2022 the United States is the country with the highest number of confirmed cases and deaths. There have been 1,033,830 deaths due to Covid. Deaths attributed to COVID-19 accounted for 72.4% of U.S. excess deaths. Click here for the death rate per 100,000 by state as of June 1st, 2022.
  2. Deaths: JAMA Network reported Between March 1, 2020, and January 2, 2021, the U.S. experienced 2, 801, 439 deaths, 22.9% more than expected, representing 522, 368 excess deaths (Table).
  3. Deaths of Minorities: JAMA Network reported The excess death rate was higher among non-Hispanic Black (208.4 deaths per 100 000) than non-Hispanic White or Hispanic populations (157.0 and 139.8 deaths per 100 000, respectively); these groups accounted for 16.9%, 61.1%, and 16.7% of excess deaths, respectively. The US experienced 4 surge patterns: in New England and the Northeast, excess deaths surged in the spring; in the Southeast and Southwest, in the summer and early winter; in the Plains, Rocky Mountains, and far West, primarily in early winter; and in the Great Lakes, bimodally, in the spring and early winter (Figure).
  4. Deaths by State: JAMA Network reported excess deaths were increasing in all regions at the end of 2020. The 10 states with the highest per capita rate of excess deaths were Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Arizona, Alabama, Louisiana, South Dakota, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Ohio. New York experienced the largest relative increase in all-cause mortality (38.1%).
  5. Mass Shootings 2021: The New York Times reported that the Gun Violence Archive, which defines a mass shooting as one with four or more people injured or killed, not including the perpetrator, counted more than 600 such shootings in 2020, compared with 417 in 2019. That carnage has continued into 2021, with hundreds of shootings so far this year. The archive, a nonprofit organization, has counted 25 mass murders, which it defines as four or more people killed, in 2021 as of mid-November. In 2021 the number of mass shooting in the United States were: Essex, MD 4 killed; Boone, NC 4 killed; Rock Hill, SC 6 killed; Atlanta, GA 8 killed; Allen, TX 4 killed; Muskogee, OK 6 killed; Indianapolis, IN 17 killed from April 15th to January 24th; Chicago, IL 5 killed; Boulder, CO 10 killed; Colorado Springs, CO 6 killed; San Jose, CA 9 killed; Orange, CA 4 killed. Additionally, BallotPedia reported: :  November 23, 2021 in Harvey, Illinois While students were leaving Thornton High School for the day, a person in a vehicle driving by exchanged gunfire with a student. No one was injured. [4]; October 26, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois Shots were fired during a fight outside Jose de Diego Community Academy. No one was injured in the gunfire. [5]October 13, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois Shots fired from a passing vehicle at a pedestrian struck James McDade Classical School, breaking one window. No one was injured. [6] ; October 12, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois Shots were fired at the exterior doors of Wendell Phillips Academy High School as they were opened to let students out for the day. A security guard and a 14-year-old girl were injured. [7]September 23, 2021 in Joliet, Illinois A window at the St. Paul School was shot out during an exchange of gunfire between two moving vehicles. Although classes were in session at the time, the students were in the basement and no injuries were reported. [8]September 15, 2021 in Champaign, Illinois Police responded to reports of shots fired on a field between Jefferson Middle School and Centennial High School. On arriving, they found 13 spent cases but no evidence that anyone had been injured. [9] ; August 22, 2021 in Rockford, Illinois A 13-year-old boy was shot during a fist fight in the parking lot of West Middle School. He was expected to survive as of the day after the shooting. A 17-year-old was taken into custody. [10]June 1, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois A 17-year-old boy fired shots into a crowd outside Lincoln Park High School and grazed another 17-year-old boy’s arm. There were no other injuries. [11]January 10, 2021 in Springfield, Illinois A 16-year-old girl practicing driving in the parking lot of Southeast High School and a 20-year-old woman who was in the car with her were shot and injured. There were no fatalities. [12]
  6. Mass Shootings 2022: The Washington Post reported over 200 mass shootings in 2022 to date. There have already been more than 240 mass shootings this year in the United States, according to the Gun Violence Archive. Thirty-three have taken place since a rampage at an elementary school in Uvalde, Tex., left 19 children and two teachers dead on May 24. Just this past weekend, mass shootings in multiple cities killed 11 and wounded more than 60. Mass shootings, where four or more people — not including the shooter — are injured or killed, have averaged more than one per day so far this year. Not a single week in 2022 has passed without at least four mass shootings. Additionally, BallotPedia reported: May 17, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois A gun in an 8-year-old student’s backpack at Disney Magnet School went off, injuring another student. The boy had found the loaded gun under his mother’s bed.[1]March 29, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois Shots fired from a vehicle driving by hit Thomas A. Hendricks Community School. Although no one on campus was injured, a passenger in another car was struck by the gunfire.[2]January 4, 2022 in Rockford, Illinois Two 17-year-old students at Auburn High School were shot while sitting in a car in the school parking lot. Both were expected to survive at the time of the shooting. Three suspects were later taken into custody.[3]

The Gun Violence Archive (GVA) prepared this MASS SHOOTINGS IN 2022 information:

Incident ID Incident Datesort ascending State City Or County Address # Killed # Injured Operations
2321440 June 5, 2022 Arizona Mesa 1457 W Southern Ave 2 2
2321693 June 5, 2022 Michigan Grand Rapids Pearl St NW and Ottawa Ave NW 1 3
2322804 June 5, 2022 South Carolina Andrews County Line Rd 0 5
2321772 June 5, 2022 Michigan Saginaw 300 block of S 11th St 3 2
2321532 June 5, 2022 Tennessee Chattanooga 2125 McCallie Ave 2 12
2321193 June 4, 2022 Michigan Ecorse 3800 block of W Jefferson Ave 0 4
2321593 June 4, 2022 South Carolina Summerton 4193 St Paul Rd 1 7
2321500 June 4, 2022 Georgia Macon 300 Block of Jones Ave 1 3
2320673 June 4, 2022 Texas El Paso (Socorro) 10851 Thunder Rd 0 5
2321266 June 4, 2022 Pennsylvania Philadelphia 200 block of South St 3 12
2320618 June 4, 2022 Arizona Phoenix N 10th Ave and W Hatcher Rd 1 8
2321698 June 4, 2022 New York Hempstead 77 Terrace Ave 1 3
2320862 June 3, 2022 Nebraska Omaha 2931 T St 1 3
2320361 June 3, 2022 Virginia Chester 10960 block of Stepney Rd 1 5
2318310 June 1, 2022 Oklahoma Tulsa 6161 S Yale Ave 5 0
2318046 May 31, 2022 Texas Waco 1900 block of Preston St 0 4
2317016 May 30, 2022 South Carolina Charleston America St and South St 0 10
2316616 May 30, 2022 Michigan Benton Harbor 999 Pipestone St 1 6
2315903 May 30, 2022 Pennsylvania Philadelphia N Delaware Ave and E Tioga St 2 2
2315150 May 29, 2022 Oklahoma Taft 104 Elm St 1 7
2315333 May 29, 2022 California Merced Cowden Ave 1 3
2315892 May 29, 2022 Illinois Chicago 4400 block of W Walton St 1 4
2316364 May 29, 2022 Texas Houston 11654 Walnut Dale Ct 0 4
2315605 May 29, 2022 Arizona Phoenix N 58th St and W Windsor Ave 1 5
2315361 May 29, 2022 Nevada Henderson I-11 and Horizon Dr 0 7
Incident ID Incident Datesort ascending State City Or County Address # Killed # Injured Operations
2315074 May 29, 2022 Illinois Chicago 800 block of S Karlov Ave 0 5
2314991 May 28, 2022 Tennessee Chattanooga 100 block of Cherry St 0 6
2315338 May 28, 2022 California Fresno 2233 N 1st St 1 3
2315417 May 28, 2022 Florida Malabar 2500 block of Billie Ln 0 4
2315190 May 28, 2022 Colorado Colorado Springs 3800 block of E Pikes Pike Ave 1 3
2314951 May 28, 2022 Tennessee Memphis Chelsea Ave and Peres Ave 0 4
2313988 May 27, 2022 Alabama Anniston 1204 Front St 0 6
2313970 May 27, 2022 Michigan Stanwood 10711 185th Ave 4 1
2312678 May 25, 2022 Pennsylvania Philadelphia 3500 block of Fairmount Ave 0 4
2310278 May 24, 2022 Texas Uvalde 715 Old Carrizo Rd 22 17
2309711 May 23, 2022 South Carolina North Charleston 7550 Dorchester Rd 0 5
2311123 May 23, 2022 Ohio Cleveland 1032 Hartley Rd 0 5
2308096 May 21, 2022 Indiana Goshen 1204 Rosemare Ct 2 3
2308395 May 21, 2022 Washington Tacoma S Yakima Ave and S 56th St 0 4
2307631 May 20, 2022 Florida Kissimmee 2331 Old Dixie Hwy 1 3
2308017 May 20, 2022 California Highland 3606 Highland Ave 1 8
2307813 May 20, 2022 Louisiana New Orleans St. Claude Ave and Forstall St 1 3
2307044 May 19, 2022 Illinois Chicago 800 block of N State St 2 7
2306277 May 18, 2022 Pennsylvania Philadelphia 1500 block of Bouvier St 0 5
2305208 May 17, 2022 California Palo Alto (East Palo Alto) 2500 block of Fordham St 1 3
2302847 May 15, 2022 California Laguna Woods 24301 El Toro Rd 1 5
2303130 May 15, 2022 North Carolina Winston Salem (Winston-salem) 2000 block of 25th St 0 7
2304029 May 15, 2022 North Carolina Elizabeth City 901 S Martin Luther King Jr Dr 0 4
2302740 May 15, 2022 Texas Houston 8729 Airline Dr 2 3
2303337 May 15, 2022 Texas Amarillo 1003 N Fillmore St 1 4
Incident ID Incident Datesort ascending State City Or County Address # Killed # Injured Operations
2301751 May 14, 2022 New York Buffalo 1275 Jefferson Ave 10 3
2301494 May 13, 2022 Wisconsin Milwaukee Water St and Juneau Ave 0 17
2300713 May 12, 2022 Arkansas Hot Springs National Park (Hot Springs) 134 Convention Blvd 1 4
2299660 May 11, 2022 Illinois Chicago 6800 block of S Ashland Ave 0 4
2299126 May 11, 2022 Indiana Indianapolis 701 Canal Walk 0 4
2299793 May 11, 2022 Missouri Saint Louis 5000 block of N Kingshighway Blvd 1 3
2300830 May 11, 2022 New Jersey Paterson 36 Essex St 1 4
2298872 May 10, 2022 Maryland Baltimore 2800 block of Boarman Ave 0 5
2298836 May 10, 2022 Illinois Chicago 4800 block of S Ada St 1 4
2299407 May 10, 2022 Illinois Chicago 6400 block of S Richards Dr 0 6
2298519 May 10, 2022 Pennsylvania Philadelphia Allegheny Ave and G St 0 4
2298591 May 10, 2022 Maryland Baltimore 700 block of N Rose St 1 3
2299176 May 10, 2022 Texas Brookshire Purdy and 4th St 1 3
2297823 May 9, 2022 Michigan Detroit 12600 block of McCoy Cir 0 4
2298092 May 9, 2022 Alabama Tuscaloosa 4420 21st St 0 5
2297261 May 8, 2022 Georgia Clarkston 6500 block of Old Hampton Dr 3 3
2296191 May 7, 2022 Kentucky Lexington 1560 LaSalle Rd 2 3
2296808 May 7, 2022 Texas Garland 800 block of Magnolia Dr 2 2
2296224 May 7, 2022 Florida Miami NW 37th St and NW 32nd Ave 0 4
2296037 May 6, 2022 Louisiana New Orleans 4800 block of Alcee Fortier Blvd 2 4
2296064 May 5, 2022 Washington Sunnyside 613 S 6th St 0 5
2293603 May 3, 2022 Louisiana Baton Rouge 2100 block of North 39th St 0 5
2294515 May 3, 2022 Kansas Cowley (county) N/A 0 4
2294477 May 3, 2022 Texas Beaumont 3580 S Martin Luther King Jr Pkwy 0 5
2291712 May 1, 2022 Louisiana Lafayette 500 Jefferson St 0 12

Click here to view the entire 10 page list of MASS SHOOTINGS IN 2022.

The Bottom Line

Biden and the Biden administration including the FBI, DOJ, DHS and other agencies have been in office during all of these murders.

So whose responsible? The criminals or their guns? We suggest that we are now experiencing a wave of criminality that began on January 20th, 2021 and is continuing to this day across America.

America is suffering from the very deadly Donkey Pox.

©Dr. Rich Swier. All rights reserved.

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