Chronic Wasting Disease

chronic wasting disease, “This would include Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, Burmese, Filipino, Indonesian, et cetera,” Lewis doubled down. “I’m sure there’s more. That’s all we could think of. We’ll see how that goes.” BRANDI GLANVILLE THROWS WINE ON 'FLIPPING OUT' STAR JEFF LEWIS Lewis continued in his berating of the Asian population and alleged that while he was a student at the University of Southern California, “[in] my experience, the Asians were the biggest cheaters of all.”

chronic wasting disease - “Now, I cheat too. I cheated, most of my friends cheated, but I’m just telling you what happened,” Lewis ranted. “In those classes, those Asians were the biggest cheaters. And I think cause they got the most pressure from their parents. My dad didn’t give a s---. I didn’t have a lot of pressure. But those kids, I blame the parents. Those kids were under so much pressure.” Then, out of nowhere, Lewis’ sister-in-law Carrie offered: “I was an English major, so there were no Asians in my class.”

chronic wasting disease, “It’s racist Wednesday, here at 'Jeff Lewis Live,'  Lewis then declared. TV personality Jeff Lewis visits Hollywood Today Live at W Hollywood on August 16, 2016 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images) The former HGTV star concluded his rant by alleging that the reason for the spread of the deadly coronavirus is due to the substandard dietary habits of Asian people. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP “They’re saying the coronavirus, it’s a bat virus that then transmitted to snakes because snakes eat bats. The Chinese eat snakes, they eat all kinds of s--- over there,” he claimed. “That’s probably why we’re in this trouble. Allegedly. They eat bats... mice. And then they wonder why they’re sick!”

chronic wasting disease - As of Friday, there had been more than 9,600 confirmed cases of the coronavirus with more than 200 deaths. Officials said that the number of confirmed cases in the U.S. remains at six, with the latest being an Illinois man whose wife was diagnosed with the virus after traveling to Wuhan, which is considered the epicenter of the outbreak. Fox News' Alexandria Hein contributed to this report.

chronic wasting disease - Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar announces the coronavirus has been declared a public health emergency in the U.S. For the last two weeks, the whole world has been monitoring and keeping tabs on the coronavirus outbreak that started in China.  Every day, we see the contagion growing and thousands of people in China are infected.  Today, we see the announcement that the Secretary of Health and Human Services is declaring a national emergency.  However, the president's Coronavirus Task Force has emphasized that the American public is at low risk.  Even though the strain is new, this virus is similar to those seen in other outbreaks, such as the 2002-2003 SARS outbreak.  Yet, it is a deadly virus and there are still many unknowns as so far as the behavior of the disease.