CDC warns second wave of COVID-based celebrity virtue signaling will be worse than the first

We already reported that the CDC has warned Americans to be prepared for a second wave of inflated COVID death statistics, but many have shrugged that off in defiance of all reason.

“What, do you really want people to fake die?” Anna Valle of Austin asked?

But now, the CDC is issuing a warning that should strike fear into the hearts of everyone: the second wave of celebrities singing pseudo-inspirational songs about an atheistic one-world government in solidarity with everyone will be worse than the first.

In late March, when the quarantines were just under way, Gal Gadot got a bunch of celebrities to sing John Lennon’s “Imagine” really badly without makeup and severe bed-head.

Tommy Franks of the CDC has warned that the second wave of patronizing celebrity singing is going to be at least twice as bad.

“We flattened the curve of the disease, but the curve of tone-deaf celebrity response to the disease works in inverse proportion to that curve,” Franks said. “We will likely see something much worse. Think gruesome celebrities singing Queen’s ‘Fat Bottom Girls’ for hours on end. It’s going to be horrific.”

It has been estimated that listening to the celebrity response to COVID-19 will be more deadly than COVID-19.