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If you ask a climate zealot what person, place, or thing is the leading cause of “killing the planet,” beef would likely show up in the top five. Globalists have been working tirelessly to end red meat as we know it. They’ve promoted bugs, chemical-filled soy crumbles, and even fake lab-grown meat as “beef” replacements. It’s an all-out war on cows. So, what’s their “beef” with beef? Well, it’s pretty much the same across the board:

The Sentient Media:

Meat production significantly contributes to the release of greenhouse gases including carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. As large volumes of these greenhouse gases accumulate in the earth’s atmosphere, they absorb radiation and prevent heat escaping. This leads to global warming.

Meanwhile, on the flip side, it appears that lab-grown “beef” could end up like electric cars and windmills — bad news for Mother Earth and just another “gimmick” designed to lull people into a false sense of charity, as if they’re truly doing good, while serving as a huge money-maker for people like Bill Gates and his elite pals.

However, soon, we may not have a choice in what we eat. Right on cue, a very strange and coincidental “red meat” allergy has cropped up, just when the globalists are pushing hardest to end beef consumption. This allergy is spread via a tick — an insect that many believe has already been weaponized, possibly linked to  Lyme disease. This new “allergy” just happens to be forcing hundreds of thousands of people to quit eating steaks, burgers, roasts and much more.

Things that make you go hmmm…

And it’s not just beef that people can suddenly no longer tolerate. This new “allergy” also impacts pork, deer, and dairy. So, essentially, it’s a tick that creates vegans. That’s just as convenient as a “pandemic” that created mail-in ballots.

ABC 7:

More than 100,000 people in the U.S. have become allergic to red meat since 2010 because of a weird syndrome triggered by tick bites, according to a government report released Thursday. But health officials believe many more have the problem and don’t know it.

A second report estimated that as many as 450,000 Americans have developed the allergy. That would make it the 10th most common food allergy in the U.S., said Dr. Scott Commins, a University of North Carolina researcher who co-authored both papers published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Health officials said they are not aware of any confirmed deaths, but people with the allergy have described it as bewildering and terrifying.

“I never connected it with any food because it was hours after eating,” said one patient, Bernadine Heller-Greenman.

The reaction, called alpha-gal syndrome, occurs when an infected person eats beef, pork, venison or other meat from mammals – or ingests milk, gelatin or other mammal products.

It’s not caused by a germ but by a sugar, alpha-gal, that is in meat from mammals – and in tick spit. When the sugar enters the body through the skin, it triggers an immune response and can lead to a severe allergic reaction.

Scientists had seen reactions in patients taking a cancer drug that was made in mouse cells containing the alpha-gal sugar. But in 2011 researchers first reported that it could spread through tick bites, too.

They tied it to the lone star tick, which despite its Texas-themed name is most common in the eastern and southern U.S. (About 4% of all U.S. cases have been in the eastern end of New York’s Long Island.)

The symptoms are of, course, awful and flu-like.

People with the syndrome can experience symptoms including hives, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, severe stomach pain, difficulty breathing, dizziness and swelling of the lips, throat, tongue or eye lids. Unlike some other food allergies, which occur soon after eating, these reactions hit hours later.

Some patients have only stomach symptoms, and the American Gastroenterological Association says people with unexplained diarrhea, nausea and abdominal pain should be tested for the syndrome.

Doctors counsel people with the allergy to change their diet, carry epinephrine and avoid tick bites.

Now, doctors can encourage people to eat the bugs or lab-grown meat and they may not have a choice but to listen. Gee, isn’t that a lucky and convenient break for the globalists? It’s almost too good to be true…