In a surprising move, the CDC has suspended its collection of data for this years flu season, prompting many to wonder, just why they would make such a decision.
H/T: STAR POLITICAL
St. Petersburg, Florida attorney Rogan O’ Handly noted that, “during the prior 2 flu seasons, it” [the CDC] “collected data from Oct 1, 2017 to May 19, 2018 and Sept 30, 2018 to May 18, 2019, respectively.”
Did this year’s seasonal flu season suddenly end when the COVID lockdowns began?— Rogan O’Handley 🇺🇸 (@DC_Draino) April 27, 2020
Or are they purposefully stopping the collection of seasonal flu data 1.5 months earlier than normal to help artifically boost the COVID numbers?
Are seasonal flu deaths now being counted as COVID?
It’s especially concerning given that in late 2019, Time reported that this flu season was on track to be “especially severe”— Rogan O’Handley 🇺🇸 (@DC_Draino) April 27, 2020
So why did the CDC stop collecting data 1.5 months earlier than normal if it was so severe?!https://t.co/UyCWvwpZuS
Possibly the greatest trade deal ever inked was between the flu virus and #coronavirus.— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) April 28, 2020
So glad nobody is dying of the flu anymore, and therefore the CDC has abruptly decided to stop calculating flu deaths altogether.
Agreements between viruses are the way of the future!
Reminder.— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) April 29, 2020
According to the CDC official numbers - It would take about 60 million more people in the USA getting coronavirus to equal the number of swine flu cases in 2009 under Obama - and not one business was forced to shutdown.
Wonder what’s different now?
It's pretty obvious folks, with the CDC's blessing, hospitals just started coding flu hospitalizations and deaths as COVID-19. A complete scam to justify their fake modeling. https://t.co/4v7iFBFqhZ— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) April 29, 2020