Perhaps sensing that fear over the so-called Delta variant of COVID-19 is waning among the public, the World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared the “Mu” strain of COVID-19 as a “variant of interest.”

“The Mu variant has a constellation of mutations that indicate potential properties of immune escape,” the WHO said, claiming that “preliminary data showed it has the same behavior as the Beta variant.”

The WHO claims that the Mu variant has the potential to mutate and become vaccine resistant, which will inevitably be used as an excuse to prepare another rushed experimental booster that will net Big Pharma additional billions.

The Mu strain is currently considered one of five “variants of interest,” despite the fact that it only has a 0.1% global prevalence in sequenced COVID-19 cases.

Big League Politics has reported on how supposed variants are being used to continue COVID-19 mass hysteria and excuse lack of efficacy for the vaccine regime:

Director of the National Institue of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Anthony Fauci starred in an Instagram video post Thursday on Joe Biden’s @potus account discussing the COVID-19 “Delta variant” that has taken the news by storm.

Fauci began the video introducing himself, and jumps right in comparing the “Delta variant” to “the original virus that had been circulating very early on last year.” He then explained that unlike “the original virus”, the Delta variant is much more transmissible among people.

The statement draws confusion, as the Delta variant is only one of many known COVID-19 variants, with previously identified variants including Alpha (UK), Beta (South African), and Gamma (Brazilian), with the aforementioned Delta variant being from India.

The doctor continued, misleadingly claiming that the Delta variant poses a special threat to young people and also explaining why the CDC labeled it a “variant of concern.”

“Well anyone who is not vaccinated is most at risk. Younger people are less likely to be vaccinated, that puts the entire cohort of younger people at greater risk. Based