Covid-19 Testing, Event 201 and Fact Checking Websites

By Dr. John Reizer

Covid-19

The coronavirus world pandemic and the theatrics associated with the circus-like show are getting more ridiculous by the day. People are being forced to stay in isolated locations and are watching nonstop mainstream news coverage of a purported virus that has affected society.

The most significant indicator of the disease’s continued rise is real-time statistics being offered by health regulatory agencies. And those statistics are the product of positive lab tests that are, for all intents and purposes, useless because of the fact that the tests register positive results for common cold viruses (also coronaviruses) in addition to the primary infection they have been supposedly designed to identify.

I repeat, the test kits being used to identify positive Covid-19 cases are useless. That means the test results are giving inaccurate data to health regulatory agencies. This also means that the numbers we see being reported each day are incorrect and extremely misleading.

Event 201 and Fact-Checking Websites

The Event 201 dress rehearsal for what is now occurring worldwide (Event 202) took place back in October 2019. Johns Hopkins University, along with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and World Economic Forum were involved with this novel coronavirus simulation that without question mirrors the current world pandemic and coronavirus that has the world in lockdown. The similarities are so blatantly obvious that it’s embarrassing that nobody in the mainstream media ever addresses the giant pink elephant situated in the middle of the proverbial living room.

But wait for a second, there is a fact-checking website (USA Today) that has come to our rescue. They have done their due diligence and have carefully examined the situation and the concerns about Event 201. After close inspection, here’s what the fact-checking people at USA Today have concluded about the dress rehearsal for Covid-19:

“Although Event 201 was a real event affiliated with high-profile medical professionals, business leaders and government actors, the claim that the event predicted the current pandemic, or is tied to it directly in some way, is unfounded. We rate this claim FALSE because it is not supported by our research. There is no reason to believe that the current pandemic will resemble the Event 201 simulation, despite coincidences in the modeling and timing of the simulation.”

And the USA Today fact-checking geniuses came to their above-listed conclusion by asking the people who designed the simulation if there was any connection between Event 201 and Covid-19.

USA Today’s Fact-Checking Sources:

Well, that settles it, readers. Now we know for sure, Event 201 was not a simulation for Event 202 (what’s taking place presently) because USA Today fact-checked everything and there’s absolutely nothing to see there.

Have a good day, everybody, keep watching the news, and keep track of those real-time statistics that are being generated by completely useless lab tests.