California’s deplorable conditions have escalated to the point where it has become a festering ground for diseases.
One disease in particular is of massive interest. It‘s the plague. Yeah, the same plague that killed over half of the population in medieval times.
The anti-vax people don’t even need to worry about bringing back diseases at this point. The socialist utopia of Cali is going to kill us all first. Through the use of rats and trash.
The Bubonic Plague is Back?
The accumulation of trash in California has been rising over the years. This trash leads to rats, and rats are the perfect vector for pathogen spread.
Even if rats don’t spread the plague, it presents an interesting bioterror threat. Someone, anyone, could just drive over to Cali to get some Y. Pestis and make an aerosol bioweapon. This aerosol version would be the most deadly, and impossible to cure, variant of the plague. Much worse than anything the rats could deliver.
How did we get here? A first world country retracting and festering a third world disease because of their liberal lunacy problem. The cities can’t clean up a quarter of the junk because they are cash strapped due to the cost of illegal immigration and other redistribution policies. They can’t clean up another quarter because of their environmental regulations restricting cleanup crews and reasonable waste disposal sites. Yet another quarter can’t be cleaned up because of the massive homeless problem that keeps adding more trash and needles everywhere. The same homeless problem that is growing due to the results of other liberal policies such as Cali’s horrific income inequality and quadrupling inflation rates.
All this trash leads straight to rats. Then to the festering. Then to the potential of someone wanting to cause massive harm through bioterrorism.
And we are supposed to assume this is the future of the United States? If California is the leader of the change in the US, I think it is safe to assume there won’t be a US to change. We’ll all be dead from some prehistoric third world disease first.