CDC Caught Manipulating Data


Armstrong Economics Blog/Corruption Re-Posted Nov 30, 2022 by Martin Armstrong

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) were court-ordered to turn over data, proving the agency knew the vaccination was not safe from the start. Based on the v-safe active monitoring app that compiled the data of over 10 million users, around 8% reported requiring medical care after their vaccination. Nearly half (48%) went to urgent care, while others were sent to the emergency room (15%), and some were hospitalized (10%).

One in three overall reported adverse reactions. There were 10 million symptoms reported to the CDC from January to April 2021. The Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) has been fighting for nearly two years to receive five excel sheets with adverse side effect data from the CDC. It is clear why they hid the information. The CDC continually fails to be transparent with the public, and did not even place symptoms that could indicate myocarditis or pericarditis in their survey. Users could place these symptoms in an open text field under “other,” but the CDC will not release those entries.

“The CDC, in dozens of publications, relied on the data from v-safe to argue and support its recommendations regarding Covid-19 vaccination that upended the lives of tens of millions of Americans who refused to comply,” ICAN noted. The CDC has not been able to explain why it withheld the data. ICAN believes the CDC manipulated data that “may run contrary to the recommendations it pushed to deprive people of their jobs, their livelihoods, schooling, military careers.” It is time to crack down on these health agencies that deliberately harmed the public.

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