Mainstream media, obediently parroting government officials and their health “experts,” have often referred to the spread of the coronavirus as a “War.” Now, a new metaphor has shown up to get the American public vigilant and ready to fight the coronavirus: Football. 
On 16 April, the Financial Times published the headline:
Biden administration to allocate $1.7bn to target Covid variants
The “opponent” that needs to be “tackled” are the “variants” of the coronavirus, which have been hyped as a scary threat and used to justify extending lockdowns. But as cited in last week’s Trends Journal article, “PRESSTITUTES KEEP SELLING COVID FEAR,” on 6 August, the medical journal Psychiatric Times wrote:
“The mortality rate reported for COVID-19 has declined since the earliest days of the pandemic. This is partly due to better knowledge about the infection and better protocols that have been developed to treat the more serious forms of the illness.”  
Since then, the overall trend of declining death rates and extended hospital requirements has continued.
But The New York Times, along with most of the mainstream media, continue to attract more attention with scare tactics about the “spread” of variants, which have not proved to be as harmful as the original. On 3 April, it published the following headline and wrote:
New Variants Threaten to Draw Out the Pandemic
“New variants have continued to pop up—in California one week, in New York and Oregon the next. As they take root, these new versions of the coronavirus threaten to postpone an end to the pandemic. Health officials acknowledge an urgent need to track these new viruses as they crawl across the United States.”
Ignoring the solid scientific data, the Biden administration is allocating $1.7 billion of the $1.9 billion American Rescue Plan to “tackle” so-called dangerous variants. This even though in the U.K., only 9 percent of tests conducted found variants.
TRENDPOST: As we have detailed since the beginning of the COVID War that was launched in March 2020, while billions are being spent on vaccines – and variants that pose the same or possibly less threat than the original coronavirus – not a dime has been allocated to educate citizens about natural healing. 
Not a word from politicians and Presstitutes about building one’s immune system, vitamins, nutrition, exercise, staying strong, and staying healthy. 
Indeed, the less healthy are more susceptible to dying from the virus. According to the CDC, “For 6 percent of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death.” Yes, 94 percent who died from the coronavirus were already suffering from preexisting chronic health conditions. 
Yet the Financial Times article, following the playbook of most of mainstream media, focuses on the fact that “almost half of America’s adult population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and every adult in America will be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine from next week.”
And the Baby Boomers, once identified as the sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll generation, have become the vaccine champions with 80 percent of those over 65 years and older having gotten one shot and 63.7 percent fully vaccinated.
Despite this, the CDC warns that “Even if you have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you should keep taking these everyday precautions in public places,” such as wearing masks, sanitizing hands, and social distancing.

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