CDC Pulls a Fast One – Eliminates 25% of Pediatric COVID Deaths Overnight, Blames a Coding Error
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The Centers for Disease Control changed its data recently representing the number of US children who died from Wuhan coronavirus.
Dr. Nicole Saphier, MD reported on this suspicious update on Thursday.
** Correction with updated numbers. The CDC may have removed closer to 70k deaths. Difficult to tell exacts as prior data has been removed. pic.twitter.com/zqoH1Wa1q4 — Nicole Saphier, MD (@NBSaphierMD) March 17, 2022
By fudging their numbers they were able to push abusive interventions on children of all ages like masking, experimental vaccines, and social distancing. This abuse is still forced on American children in many states.
And they wonder why they are losing the trust of the American people?
Finally, the CDC corrected COVID pediatric deaths because of a coding error. Essentially, they eliminated nearly 25% of all previously reported deaths from their data base because of inaccuracy. You should understand the implications of such an action. To be specific, it means COVID public health policy for kids over the past years was based on inaccurate evidence and speculation. That is to say, kids were unnecessarily exposed to the harms of interventions like masking social distancing, school closures, and mandatory vaccination without appropriate evidence.
Some wonder why there’s next to no trust left in public health. Clearly, it’s because of frequently occurring mistakes like this.
Anyways, the data has been summed up for you and attached below with all sources (which you should read, don’t simply take these summaries at face value- read the supporting literature). Keep scrolling for more 👇
BREAKING: Almost 25% of all paediatric COVID-19 deaths reported by CDC were due to a coding error. Figures have just been adjusted The proof bad data was driving public health policy for kids this whole time https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/?fbclid=IwAR26Ivl7g0C32dIq1KY8lJGi2OWperLXcv4n4m3tIhFFC0BVE7TbmLJKOnA#pediatric-data