Fired Flute Player Doubles Down: COVID Doesn’t Exist

Earlier this week the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra fired Emily Skala, its principal flute player, for her “controversial” social media posts and for an apparently internal dispute conducted over email. Yesterday the classical music site Slipped Disc posted a response from Skala and hoo boy:

SARS-CoV-2 has been proven not to exist. The CDC has no sample to offer any lab which may require it as a basis for comparison to their other samples. People in Ireland and in Vancouver, Canada have demanded in court to see proof of Covid from their respective Health Departments in order to validate mask and vaccine mandates.

The respective Health Ministers had to capitulate and acknowledged that SARS-CoV-2 has never been isolated in a laboratory by any scientific process. What we have been getting sick with, as proven in 1500 samples sent to Stanford University by seven EU Universities, is Influenza A and B; mostly A.

There is no pandemic. The causes of deaths have been due to the very same diseases people always die from year after year, and people are dying at the very same rate at which we normally die, between 7%-11% annually. 10% in 2020.

The true goal here was to get as many people vaccinated as possible by playing up the fear factor of Covid-19. “Covid” stands for “Certificate of Vaccine Identification.” “19” stands for “AI,” (Artificial Intelligence.) A is the first letter of the alphabet. Which letter is the 9th?

As you’ll see at the link, Skala also has some thoughts about anti-Semitism and “Hebrew DNA.” (Tipped by JMG reader Sara)