Saturday, April 25, 2009

President Obama Exposed to Mexican Swine Flu?

The Mexican swine flu outbreak started three days before President Barack Obama visited Mexico City. The first death was April 12. On April 16 President Obama met archaeologist Felipe Solis at the Mexico City Anthropology Museum. Solis died the next day with symptoms similar to flu. His specific disease has not been confirmed. Was the American President exposed to the unusual flu, a combination of swine, bird, and human flu virus?

The Mexican flu is a variant of H1N1 flu. The 1918 Spanish flu pandemic was also H1N1. During the Bush administration, researchers played with Spanish flu RNA. Was the President unlucky or in some one's sights? I bet this gets investigated.

(HT-Economic Policy Journal)

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