Report Finds CDC Fumbled the Ball on Coronavirus and Actually Refused to Approve Early Study on Spread of Coronavirus
President Trump was blamed for the deaths due to Covid-19. But between the fact that deaths by any cause including shootings were added to the death toll, and the fact that the CDC refused to accept a report that found that hydroxychloroquine to treat the disease.
Indeed they refused a study to see if people who had the disease could pass it on to others. It was months before they allowed such a study to take place.
By the time it was approved, the disease turned into a pandemic.
There will be a study to determine how many tens of thousands of lives could have been saved had not the CDC refused the original study.
In my not so humble opinion, the CDC did what they did because the Deep State wanted a large number of deaths they would blame on Trump.
Your life has less value to the Deep State than the political issue they could use in the 2020 election.
The same reasoning held true with Democratic governors who bankrupted their citizens and the state with their idiotic lockdowns. The Democrats were willing to do this so they could then blame Trump.
Do you really think the Democrats have your best interest at heart? As soon as the inauguration took place Democratic governors moved to reopen their states.
Coincidence? I think not.
Lawler told Reuters he immediately asked the world-renowned U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for permission to test the quarantined group, deeming it crucial to know whether people without symptoms were infected and could spread the deadly pathogen.
Agency officials worried that detained people couldn’t give proper consent because they might feel coerced into testing. “CDC does not approve this study,” an official at the quarantine site wrote to Lawler in a Feb. 8 email obtained by Reuters. “Please discontinue all contact with the travelers for research purposes.”
Critics have widely asserted that the CDC fumbled key decisions during the coronavirus scourge because then-President Donald Trump and his administration meddled in the agency’s operations and muzzled internal experts. The matter is now the subject of a congressional inquiry. Yet Reuters has found new evidence that the CDC’s response to the pandemic also was marred by actions – or inaction – by the agency’s career scientists and frontline staff.
There will be at least one congressional investigation and what do you suppose the odds of the CDC receiving any of the blame is? That is a rhetorical question.