There is no "Delta variant" – no clinical test can diagnose you with "Delta" and the entire narrative is a media-fabricated scam
No matter what the media tries to get you to think, the fact remains that there is no such thing as a "Delta variant," at least not as far as the currently available "tests" are concerned
Besides the fact that PCR tests are completely fraudulent to begin with
, hospitals are now refusing to show patients who supposedly test "positive" for the latest Delta variant their actual test results, which means there is no way to prove that anyone actually has it.
The reason, of course, is because the Delta variant does not exist
and is merely a figment of people's imaginations. And there certainly is not a test for something that does not exist because how could there be?
If anything, what they are calling the Delta variant or even "covid" in general is just vaccine damage
and/or 5G poisoning under a different name. The real disease in all this is the drug, in other words – and the more people get that drug, the more disease there is going to be.
Doctors are just "guessing" about the Delta variant
Patty McMurray from 100percentfedup.com
looked into this further by reaching out to her primary care physician to find out how medical personnel are supposedly testing for the Delta variant. This is what the doctor said:
"We're just guessing that's what it is because the Delta variant is so contagious."
The mainstream media openly admits that American patients are not even allowed to know which variant they supposedly have. Health care workers are simply making things up and filling in the data sheets accordingly.
"That's because sequencing tests have to be federally approved for results to be disclosed to doctors or patients, and most are not yet," McMurray says.
"Lab scientists say the process of validating the tests for approval is too costly and time-consuming."
A musician from San Francisco by the name of Sam Reider who is "fully vaccinated" learned this the hard way back in early summer when the California Department of Public Health notified him that he tested positive for Chinese Germs.
Reider was asked to take a second test at a local Kaiser Permanente facility and was later declared to have the Delta variant. When Reider asked to see proof, however, doctors told him that they could not provide this information.
"When I got the follow-up from Kaiser, they said it's positive, but they didn't have any of the sequencing information," Reider told Business Insider.
That "felt odd to me," he added.
A New Jersey man named Ryan Forrest, also "fully vaccinated," says he experienced much the same thing after testing positive following his attendance at a wedding.
"It would have been nice to know just for curiosity more than anything else," Forrest told the media after being refused proof to show that he really contracted the Delta variant.
Many others have had similar experiences after supposedly testing positive for Delta. When they asked for proof, the testing facilities could not, or would not, provide the requested information.
The fact that so few people are asking questions about this is concerning but expected, seeing as how most people seem to just be going along with all the plandemic
nonsense, no matter how crazy it is.
"Are vaccinated patients being denied information from tests performed on their bodies because 'medical experts' don't want them to know they have the same type of COVID they were vaccinated against?" asks McMurray.
"Or is it because it would blow up the propaganda machine's narrative that every American needs to be vaccinated to prevent becoming infected with the newest variants of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus?"
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