Discussing My Theory on the CHINESE BAT RESEARCH VIRUS (CBRV) While Drinking a Poor Man's Corona
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Discussing My Theory on the CHINESE BAT RESEARCH VIRUS (CBRV) While Drinking a Poor Man’s Corona

I love to drink Corona Beer with salt and a lime while working on my tan at the beach. Join me while I drink a San Mig Light (poor man’s Corona) and discuss my theory on the Coronavirus pandemic we are currently experiencing.

I’ve rebranded the Coronavirus as the CHINESE BAT RESEARCH VIRUS (CBRV) in order to more accurately describe the origin of this menace. The current name of the virus has put unnecessary negative publicity on the good folks brewing Corona Beer down in Mexico. Let’s support our friends south of the border by drinking a case of Corona Beer and crediting the Chinese and their bats as the true cause of this pandemic.

“THERE COMES A TIME WHEN SILENCE IS BETRAYAL.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

***THIS VIDEO IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES AND TO INVOKE THOUGHT. DO NOT TAKE ANYTHING I SAY AS MEDICAL ADVICE. I’M NOT ASSERTING ANYTHING HERE AS FACT BECAUSE I DON’T KNOW THE FACTS. ONLY THE CHINESE KNOW THE FACTS AND CHANCES ARE THEY AIN’T SHARING THE TRUTH WITH NONE OF US. JUST ASK YOURSELF THIS QUESTION: ISN’T IT QUITE CONVENIENT AND COINCIDENTAL THAT A LEVEL 4 BIO LAB (WUHAN INSTITUTE OF VIROLOGY) JUST HAPPENS TO BE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE SEAFOOD MARKET IN WUHAN? HMMMM… THOSE ODDS ARE RIGHT UP THERE WITH GETTING STRUCK BY LIGHTNING OR WINNING THE LOTTERY. #ChineseMilitary #CDC #WHO #Epidemic

Here’s a paragraph taken from the CDC’s website:

“Occasionally, the amount of disease in a community rises above the expected level. Epidemic refers to an increase, often sudden, in the number of cases of a disease above what is normally expected in that population in that area. Outbreak carries the same definition of epidemic, but is often used for a more limited geographic area. Cluster refers to an aggregation of cases grouped in place and time that are suspected to be greater than the number expected, even though the expected number may not be known. Pandemic refers to an epidemic that has spread over several countries or continents, usually affecting a large number of people.”

By the CDC’s own definitions, this is an EPIDEMIC, an OUTBREAK, a CLUSTER, and a PANDEMIC.