In October of 2009, Sharyl Attkisson, writing for CBS News, exposed the fact that the CDC had stopped counting Swine Flu cases in the US. The real reason?
The overwhelming number of blood samples from the most likely Swine Flu patients, sent to labs, were coming back negative for the H1N1 (Swine Flu) virus, or any flu virus.
This was a killer. It left the CDC completely exposed. They were claiming there were tens of thousands Swine Flu cases in America. But the lab tests were revealing how preposterous that lie was.
Okay. An hour ago, I found a page on the CDC website labeled “H1N1 Flu.” The article posted there is: “CDC Estimates of 2009 H1N1 [Swine Flu] Influenza Cases, Hospitalizations and Deaths in the US.”
Here is a quote. Buckle up:
“During the pandemic, CDC provided estimates of the numbers of 2009 H1N1 cases, hospitalizations and deaths on seven different occasions. Final estimates were published in 2011. These final estimates were that from April 12, 2009 to April 10, 2010 approximately 60.8 million cases (range: 43.3-89.3 million), 274,304 hospitalizations (195,086-402,719), and 12,469 deaths (8868-18,306) occurred in the United States due to pH1N1.”
SIXTY MILLION cases of Swine Flu in America.
One out of every five people in the US had Swine Flu.
This lie takes the cake.
“Well, they caught us lying about tens of thousands of Swine Flu cases. All the tests came back negative. So what do we do?”
“Only one thing we can do. Tell a lie so huge it’ll paralyze the mind. People buy the biggest lies, right?”
Right now, the CDC is saying: there was a sudden acceleration of death in West Africa, beyond anything caused by endemic grinding poverty, severe malnutrition, starvation, a decade-long war, lack of basic sanitation, industrial pollution, toxic vaccine campaigns.
Right now, the CDC is saying this outbreak is caused by something called the Ebola virus.
Right now, the CDC is saying the tests used to diagnose Ebola are very accurate.
Feel free to believe the CDC.
Because you have faith. Because they must be right.