Dr. Robert Malone: CDC is Withholding COVID Data

This without a doubt meets the criteria of what’s called “a scientific fraud”… and if we investigate further, we just might come up with definitions and motives leading to “crimes against humanity”.

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Here’s the thing: the CDC is being accused of “scientific fraud” after it admitted that it withheld “large portions” of COVID-19 data from the public, including the safety of booster shots.

A bombshell report posted on Sunday by The New York Times has revealed that the CDC has only published tiny samples of the data it has been collecting due to fears that certain information could lead to vaccine hesitancy.

Furthermore, Kristen Nordlund, a CDC spokeswoman, confessed to the Times that the reason for the lack of transparency is “because basically, at the end of the day, it’s not yet ready for prime time.”

“Among the data that has been collected but not made public is hospitalizations broken down by age, race and vaccination status over the last year and information on the effectiveness of booster shots.

When the CDC released data on the effectiveness of boosters for adults younger than 65 two weeks ago, it did not include full numbers on those between 18 and 49.”

“This meets the criteria of scientific fraud,” said noted vaccinologist Dr. Robert Malone on Steve Bannon’s War Room Pandemic podcast. “If I were to publish an epidemiology paper in which I gathered data and I only published conclusions that met what I wanted them to be, deleting data, and not reporting the full picture—I would be thrown out of the university. I would probably lose my grants. I would be convicted of scientific fraud.”

Malone added that the “craven” CDC doctors behind the fraud should “come clean now because it’s going to bite them later.”

After such info has been revealed, it’s no wonder why the CDC has been hiding the data… But neither is it excusable…

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