We previously wrote about a group of giraffes that “died suddenly” at the Dallas Zoo back in October. For some reason, zoo officials had decided in September that they would vaccinate all the mammals in order to protect them against COVID-19. The vaccines obviously didn’t do the three giraffes much good, since they keeled over and died within a month. For some reason, zoo officials in Brownsville, TX decided it would be a good idea to vaccinate a western lowland gorilla named Martha back in April. A few days later, Martha “died suddenly.”
Gorillas do catch COVID-19. They’ve had gorillas at the San Diego Zoo, the Atlanta Zoo and the Dallas Zoo that have tested positive for it. These are very tough animals, however, and very few of the ones that tested positive ever showed any symptoms. In the two worst cases in San Diego, a pair of gorillas developed a cough for a few days. No gorilla in captivity has died from the Chinese coronavirus, however.
Martha was 32 years old when they vaccinated her in April. She died of massive organ failure just a few days later. According to senior veterinarian Tom DeMaar, Martha experienced “multiple organ abnormalities which, in turn, created a life-ending cascade. The cascade began with fibrosing heart disease, which led to renal failure.”
See? It was a “life-ending cascade” that killed her. Not the Moderna shot that a perfectly healthy mama gorilla was injected with just a few days earlier. As I’ve written many times previously about this pandemic and the vaccines: coronavirus is the leading cause of coincidences!
Mathematician Igor Chudov was not impressed with the zoo’s excuses about a “cascade” killing an otherwise healthy mother gorilla. He wrote on his Substack channel:
“So now we have a beautiful and thriving gorilla mommy dead for what exact reason? And her cubs are now orphans … The zoo, of course, is not confessing. But everything is painfully obvious.”
It is painfully obvious. Western lowland gorillas from Africa are one of the most critically endangered species in the world. That’s why they’re very common in zoos here in the US. They’d have long since been wiped to extinction if we weren’t taking care of them. A western lowland gorilla in the wild typically lives to about age 40. When they’re being cared for by humans in a zoo, they usually live well into their 50s. Again, Martha was just 32 when she suddenly had her “life-ending cascade.”
This isn’t fooling anyone at this point. The zoo put together a tribute video of Martha to mourn her death and posted it on YouTube. Here are a few of the public comments on the video before YouTube started censoring all of them:
“Heartbreaking. How could you give the gorillas lethal injections?”
“A certain experimental drug is to blame.”
“Murder of a lovely creature. I disliked zoos, but now I hate them.”
“At least she was fully vaccinated from COVID.”
And finally, “2 weeks to flatten the curve!”
The brainwashed COVID kooks falling for this vaccine hysteria really need to be stopped. Vaccinating zoo animals against a virus that poses no threat at all to them? Why bother to go to that sort of trouble?
We know the answer: They think that “COVID zero” is possible. They think that eventually they will be able to completely eradicate the coronavirus, if they just keep vaxing and boosting everyone hard enough. The fact that we’ve never successfully eradicated any virus previously which can transmit back-and-forth between humans and animals doesn’t seem to occur to them.
Two things would need to happen in order to get to “COVID zero.” First, we would need a vaccine that actually works against COVID. No such thing currently exists. These shots that they’re calling “vaccines” only provide a few months’ worth of protection and then it vanishes.
Second, we would need to develop a vaccine that also protects mammals against COVID. Then, that vaccine would have to be administered to every mammal on the planet. Every deer in the fields, every badger in the forest, every squirrel in every tree, and every dolphin in the sea. Does that sound reasonable?
Here’s the tribute video that the zoo in Brownsville, TX put together for the mama gorilla named Martha, after they murdered her. Does she look unhealthy to you? Or do you think it’s more likely that the COVID shot killed her?