One of the facts that keeps emerging about our recent overkill on the virus front is that the CDC has been doing a lot of shuffling and lying in order to get the panic they wanted. In this case it was to undermine Donald Trump and gain power for the administrative state. As I was browsing through my reading notes I came across some interesting statements by David Harsanyi in Nanny State.
On page 19 he said that in March of 2004 the CDC announced 400,000 deaths because of overeating. That seems a bit extreme but they are the experts, right? Evidently the the AMA did not get the message because “The Journal of the American Medical Association said 25,000, April 2005", page 22.
Evidently Fauci, the NIH and the CDC do not have an exclusive on fraud. Do you remember all the noise about second hand smoke and the deaths it caused? The EPA reported certain numbers in 1992 and declared second hand smoke a class A carcinogen. In 1998 that was thrown out.
“The judge found that the EPA had manipulated the agency’s ‘standard scientific methodology’ and acted in ‘complete disregard of statutory procedures.’ In addition, they had cherry-picked data, evaded review by outside experts, and altered methodology during the course of study.” pp. 118-119In other words the EPA used the exact same strategies of corrupting data that they have used in the China Virus fiasco.
There is a reason that thinking Americans are either part of the problem in government or are leaning not to trust the government in any area of life.
Stay off the radar. They may come for you next.
Harsanyi, David. Nanny State. New York: Broadway Books, 2007.
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