Mercola puts together 3 methods used by CDC to hide Covid cases in the vaccinated and claim there is a pandemic of the unvaccinated:
1. Defining as unvaccinated as any case occurring prior to 14 days after the second vaccination (or first for Janssen)
- However, 80% of vaccine-associated deaths occur within 14 days of a shot
2. The May 1 change, when CDC stopped collecting breakthrough cases unless they were hospitalized or died
- Which suggests that by April CDC knew there were too many breakthrough cases, the vaccines were not working as hoped, and they had to find a way to reduce their counts of vaccine failures aka ‘breakthrough cases’
3. “Cases” in the unvaccinated require only a cycle threshold up to 40 (and not necessarily any symptoms), while “cases” that CDC would count in the vaccinated had a much more stringent cycle threshold cut-off of 28, and furthermore had to be hospitalized or dead. And there needed to be evidence of the vaccination(s) in their medical record, which was often not the case when they were vaccinated in large vaccine clinics such as stadiums or in pharmacies.
Once you look under the surface of the CDC’s methodologies, at both CDC’s collection of statistics and its analyses, you find a cesspool. Nothing is done in a straightforward or standard fashion. All is done to support a predetermined narrative. The rot starts at the top. CDC pretends to be open and friendly, but it hides the details and almost every statistic it presents is a modeled number–you almost never get to see the raw data. It should be called the Center for Disease Narrative Control and Presumption.
And then the $15.4 billion dollar/ year CDC ($9.6 Billion discretionary) spins the disaster as a need for mo’ money, even though they just got the biggest increase in funding in twenty years, 4 months ago:
“The U.S. continues to struggle to collect and analyze reliable Covid-19 data because the federal government has long neglected the country’s public health infrastructure.”