It Seems the CDC Covered Up Data


The CDC had some explosive data that they didn’t want you to know about, so they wrapped their report tight and stashed it in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet, then slapped bio-hazard stickers on the front. Everyone knows that five of every four statistical reports used in news stories are flawed. If the numbers back your pet theory, shout it from the rooftops, if they dispute it, bury the report. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention know full well that mask mandates don’t work and refuse to admit it.

CDC hiding the data

Who would ever think that the highly esteemed Centers of Disease Control and Prevention would dare to cover up their own data. That’s exactly what happened. The CDC “has been caught covering up their own data that shows mask mandates produce no statistically significant difference in infection rates in schools.”

Did they put that in their current guidance bulletins? No. They buried it. As Brad Polumbo tweets, they “found statistically insignificant differences between schools that required kids to wear masks and those that didn’t—but didn’t include that finding in the summary of their report.”

The CDC study “analyzed some 90,000 elementary students in 169 Georgia schools from November 16 to December 11.” What they found is that “there was no statistically significant difference in schools that required students to wear masks compared to schools where masks were optional.”

That does not fit the official narrative. Even liberals are raising their eyebrows. New York Magazine points out these findings “cast doubt on the impact of many of the most common mitigation measures in American schools.”

The study wasn’t trying to test if the masks themselves worked to prevent infection, that’s someone else’s job. The CDC set out to measure the difference in effectiveness between schools where the mask was mandatory for students and where it was optional.

What they found out was the policy didn’t matter at all. Optional or mandatory produced roughly the same number of overall cases.

The flu with a brand name

It has become crystal clear that this new and improved version of the SARS coronavirus was genetically engineered by professionals who used their proprietary information and skills to produce a finished product.

One that seems to have been marketed a little prematurely. Still, it deserves its SARS-CoV-2™ brand name. The CDC doesn’t want to talk about that part of the controversy either.

Of course, everyone totally forgets that Covid and it’s variants aren’t a whole lot worse than the flu we’ve been hit with year-after-year for all of our lives. The CDC hasn’t been mentioning that one bit.

Nobody thought twice about catching it – and getting over it, until the year of the bat came along. The flu has always been killing thousands every year, mostly the old, very young, and infirm. This strain seems to have it’s own PR firm hyping it for sale like the latest fad to hit Madison Avenue.

It’s not easy to keep the rabble under control and docile when they learn things like “the overwhelming amount of data” on masks shows “no correlation between wearing them and community spread.”

They also don’t want to tell you that “it’s clear that children will never be able to wear them properly over a seven-hour day.” This is the real world with real kids, not a sterilized laboratory. Policy “should always be made within the realm of reality. The CDC has not been doing that.” Ron DeSantis said it best. This isn’t about science. Instead, it’s about politicians “covering their own” backsides.


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