Almost nobody under the age of 18 has died from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is finally admitting the truth, albeit quietly.
Perhaps the agency thought that nobody would notice, but whoever runs its data tracker website just slashed another 25 percent off of the official COVID death count for people under the age of 18.
The CDC also massively slashed the overall COVID deaths total for people of all ages, suggesting that the numbers have been massively overinflated since the beginning of the plandemic back in early 2020.
On its website, the CDC wrote that these major changes to the numbers occurred because of a “coding logic error.” No additional information was provided as to what this actually means.
“This resulted in decreased death counts across all demographic categories,” the CDC added.
What this means, of course, is that Rochelle Walensky’s recommendation back in November that all children ages 5-11 get “vaccinated” for the Chinese Flu was based on completely fraudulent data that has since been changed to be slightly more accurate than it was previously.
The CDC made a similar adjustment back in August, when it slashed the data another time due to an “error.” Before that, the official COVID death count was even more overinflated than it is currently.
Brenda Bock, the county coroner for Grand County, Colo., warned about this back in September, though few listened.
Many, in fact, have been warning that the CDC data for COVID deaths is fraudulent, only to be called conspiracy theorists. It turns out that they were right, and now even the CDC is admitting that they were right, though in a roundabout way.
Speaking to investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson in an interview, Bock explained that all sorts of unrelated deaths, such as from motorcycle accidents or gunshot wounds, were being lumped in as “COVID deaths” and reported to the CDC.
In some cases, people who are still alive and who recovered from COVID were also logged as “dead” in the government system.
“Two of them were actually still alive,” Bock explained. “And yet they were counting them. Had I not called them on it and asked them who those were, where they were from, all the information about it – and it’s like, ‘Oh, well that was a typo. They just got put in there by accident.'”
To try to save face for the corrupt agency, Glen Nowak, a former spokesperson for the CDC who now works as an associate dean for research and graduate studies at the University of Georgia, told the Epoch Times that there is “much complexity” involved with keeping accurate data, suggesting that the public should not expect legitimate numbers.
Oh, but the public is still expected to follow all of the new rules that are imposed based on these false numbers, though. We have been getting lied to for more than two years now, and many people have lost their jobs and their livelihoods, but that is normal, apparently.
Nowak contends that it is “not surprising” that the CDC is having to shave its numbers down. He even tried to legitimize the agency not making any kind of formal announcement about the changes because announcements “are best reserved for events or developments that have or could have significant impact on government recommendations or policies.”
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