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CDC Admits That They Have Been Lying About Their Efforts to Monitor Dangers of Taking COVID Vax

The CDC has, for the first time, admitted that they knowingly pushed false information related to their efforts to track COVID-19 vaccine safety.

Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the agency’s director, revealed that the CDC had falsely claimed it was monitoring the safety of COVID vaccines dating back to 2021 – exposing that they had begun doing so until March 2022.

Walensky wrote in a letter that the CDC did not even bother to analyze certain types of adverse event reports in 2021. “CDC performed PRR analysis between March 25, 2022, through July 31, 2022,” Walensky said.

The admission suggests that the CDC likely ignored adverse reaction reporting up until March of 2022, even as people were being seriously harmed, or killed, by the experimental vaccines, and they tricked the public into believing they were making sure the jab was safe to take.

 

Walensky’s agency had promised in several documents, starting in early 2021, to perform a type of analysis called Proportional Reporting Ratio (PRR) on reports submitted to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, which it helps manage.

But the agency said in June that it did not perform PRRs, even claiming that doing so was “outside th[e] agency’s purview.”

Dr. John Su, a CDC official, lied by stating in July that the agency started performing PRRs in February 2021 and “continues to do so to date.”

Walensky’s new letter, sent to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), shows that Walensky is aware that her agency gave false information, but it offered no explanation for exactly why these lies were pushed.

The letter “lacked any justification for why CDC performed PRRS during certain periods and not others,” Johnson, the top Republican on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Subcommittee on Investigations, responded to Walensky.

You also provided no explanation as to why Dr. Su’s assertion … completely contradicts the CDC’s [initial] response … as well as your September 6, 2022, response to me,” he added.

He demanded answers from the CDC on the situation, including why the CDC did not perform PRRs until March and why the agency misinformed the public when it said no PRRs were conducted.

Meanwhile, the CDC has also refused to provide the results of the PRRs which were conducted in 2022.

The FDA which has conducted Empirical Bayesian data mining on Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System reports, similarly, refused to divulge the results.

Walensky alleged in the new letter that Empirical Bayesian data mining is more reliable, and that the PRR results “were generally consistent with EB data mining, revealing no additional unexpected safety signals.”

“However, because of your failure to provide these analyses to Congress and to the American people, the public cannot verify your assertion,” Johnson said.

He added that the CDC’s overall lack of transparency is unacceptable particularly in light of CDC’s inconsistent statements on this matter.”

The CDC is clearly engaged in a massive coverup, trying to hide the truth about the dangerous side effects of taking the COVID jabs and this confusion and contradiction allows them to play dumb – even if they do know the deadly truth.


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