Marmot in Mongolia Now Squirrels in Colorado, USA

Marmot in Mongolia Now Squirrels in Colorado, USA

On July 14, 2020 a squirrel in  Morrison, CO, Jefferson County USA has tested positive for the Bubonic  Plague. Last week, Mongolia, Russia and China have reported a few cases  in humans of Bubonic Plague allegedly caused by consumption of a marmot,  a rodent commonly found in the region.

Public Health Officials warn the fleas of an infected animal can cause transmission to humans and pets.

"Plague is an  infectious disease caused by the bacteria Yersinia pestis, and can be  contracted by humans and household animals if proper precautions are not  taken," officials from Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) said in a  statement released to the public.

Further,  Public Health Officials stated the mortality rate with early medical  treatment is only about 8 to 10% for both animals and humans.

"Symptoms of plague  may include sudden onset of high fever, chills, headache, nausea and  extreme pain and swelling of lymph nodes, occurring within two to seven  days after exposure. Plague can be effectively treated with antibiotics  when diagnosed early. Anyone experiencing these symptoms should consult a  physician," said JCPH.

A  Deep State Insider reported to us over 2 years ago, a sector of "The  Deep State" referred to as the "Order of the Black Sun" had unearthed a  corpse infected with the "Black Plague" over 2 years ago in order to  investigate the possibility of infecting the world with the "Black  Plague" once again.

"The Order of the Black  Sun is unearthing corpses infected with the Black Plague for testing in  our laboratories. As announced privately at the last United Nations  General Assembly, If we are not in control of the entire planet by next  year we will begin releasing deadly viruses on the entire human  population." -Black Sun Insider

The Deep State is NOT just about  politics, and "draining the swamp". They affect every person, every  nation, every government on earth with their "globalist agenda".