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Sunday, July 5, 2020

“How could the CDC make that mistake? This is a mess.”



I know everyone is getting really sick and tired fucking fed up with this corona virus and the countless numbers of inconsistencies. 

According to GATEWAY PUNDIT

The CDC is over counting the number of China coronavirus cases in an apparent effort to keep the country shut down throughout the summer.  This fraudulent activity was uncovered by the far-left Atlantic proving even a dead clock is right twice a day. 

Follow the links to

The Atlantic <

Forbes<

Even the NYT noted the GAO's report.



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Along the line how they are reporting cases, I saw this post about Texas on twitter:









 We are seeing spikes in multiple states including Texas. Could this be part of the reason?


Someone corroborated the above tweet in the comments and posted this video:  (Back in May, there were new criteria issued in Texas for counting cases.)









It is also corroborated in this article >>  TEXAS SCORECARD <<<

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North Texas officials are warning changes in how the state defines and reports cases of the Chinese coronavirus could “significantly and artificially” spike local case totals, creating false alarm as Texas begins to reopen for business.
Collin County Judge Chris Hill advised residents this weekend the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) will begin reporting “probable” COVID-19 cases in addition to “confirmed” cases.
Texas is also expanding its criteria for defining “probable” cases, as well as COVID-related deaths.




11 comments:

  1. A much better number to use is hospitalizations due to covid. In otherwords how many people have been admitted to the hospital, how busy is the hospital, etc. Unfortunately, they're pretty busy right now. https://www.tmc.edu/coronavirus-updates/tmc-daily-new-covid-19-hospitalizations/

    My advice based on my experience with Covid, if you're male, over 50 and have a BMI over 25 don't get Covid. I've been to the hospital a few times, all the covid patients I saw (around 30 patients) fit into that category.

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  2. I got the post about counting cases off Gateway. For those interested, the new guideline is anyone who has contact with someone who's tested positive is now assumed to be positive, too. Kinda like all those people who had the disease when they died, but it wasn't what killed them.

    They have been doing a lot of good work the last few years.

    Not quite Conservative Treehouse, but they're getting there.

    This is all Deep State trying to overthrow Trump. Problem is deaths and hospitalizations are dropping in the face of Fauci's "second wave", so anybody not wedded to Fake News knows about it.

    And, yes, people are getting fed up. In CA, shut down again, lots of illegal fireworks and a big boat parade in Newport Beach (pro Trump).

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  3. "How could they make the mistake..." ? Oh, it wasn't by mistake. The problem was that they were caught.

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  4. Deep fake, again, as usual. Let's keep the number as high as we can fake it so things don't return to normal. Normal is bad. DJT is bad. Keep the sheeple in fear. Murder hornets (or the latest fearmongering item) are gonna get ya.

    This is all going to blow up BADLY in the Democrap's faces...

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  5. The linked article includes a letter from an administrator of a network of medical clinics in Texas. He says what the medical staff at his facilities are seeing is distinctly different than what is being reported. That is, most of those tested have mild symptoms only and are significantly better in 2 or three days.

    “The author tells of what’s happening on the ground, and it differs dramatically from the headlines driving Texas officials to once again close up the economy in a panic over a rise in cases.”

    https://www.aier.org/article/why-we-should-not-be-concerned-about-increasing-covid-19-cases-in-texas/

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  6. I think we are going to see a lot of new faces in office come November.

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  7. Unfortunately, our Texas officials are eaten up with the Dumbass. It happens, since they work in Austin, which is decimated by this pandemic. We have a cure in mind, but it requires some roadblocks, armed citizens, and the willingness to let those affected not be allowed to infect the rest of Texas.

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  8. Believe nothing. Not the CDC. Certainly not The Atlantic. Not the NYT OR CNN OR FOX. Nothing. Everyone is lying, and most of what they are lying about wouldnt matter if you government hadn't taken so much power.

    --generic

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  9. Makes me sad to not be able to transfer something posted on twitter over to my homepage on facebook. Her message should be heard by many more than 17,000.

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    1. Gregory send me an email it’s on the side bar. I’ll download the video and send it to you.

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