CDC Confirms WEF-Touted Meat Allergy Is Rapidly Spreading Across America

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has confirmed that a syndrome that causes deadly meat allergies in humans is rapidly spreading across the United States.

The syndrome has previously been touted by the World Economic Forum (WEF) as a way to force the public into giving up meat and dairy products to “fight climate change.”

The CDC has just issued a warning after recording a “steep increase in cases” of the same mysterious syndrome being spread by ticks.

The sudden increase in cases of Alpha-Gal Syndrome (AGS), which has already caused millions of Americans to become allergic to red meat and dairy, is proliferating across the United States just months after a World Economic Forum advisor admitted the global elite were looking at using AGS to cause meat allergies in humans to “fight climate change.”

AGS, an increasingly prevalent food allergy, renders individuals hypersensitive to red meat and various dairy products, posing a significant health risk to affected individuals.

Typically, AGS is contracted following a Lone Star tick bite, as outlined by the Mayo Clinic. During the bite, a sugar molecule known as alpha-gal is transferred into the victim’s body.

This introduction of alpha-gal prompts an immune system response, resulting



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