Oregon Senators Are Calling For An Investigation Into Covid Statistical Numbers

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How do you have almost no flu cases in any given year?

A better question would be why did Covid-19 numbers surge by roughly the same proportion that flu numbers declined by in a single year?

Could it be that The CDC and FDA are cooking the books and skewing statistical results?

Some of Oregon’s lawmakers seem to think so…..

According to the latest reports, Senators in Oregon are calling for an investigation into what many believe are statistical manipulations by officials of Covid-19 numbers.

We have already seen that The CDC and hospitals have been mislabeling Covid-19 deaths, and The CDC recently admitted to this……

This is no longer about ‘if’ this is about exposing how, where, and why they manipulated this statistical data:

 

Just The News reports:

The CDC adopted a “double-standard exclusively for COVID-19 data collection” that inflated cases and deaths starting early in the pandemic, violating multiple federal laws and distorting mitigation policies, Oregon lawmakers told the feds’ top lawyer in the state.

Advised by “a large team of world-renowned doctors, epidemiologists, virologists, and attorneys,” state Senators Kim Thatcher and Dennis Linthicum petitioned U.S. Attorney Scott Asphaug to approve a grand jury investigation into how the pandemic is being measured.

Others pointed out that not only did this occur nationwide, but they believe that this type of statistical manipulation occurred in their own countries as well.

Canada was one such country, and of course, the state of California was called out as well:

 

The Epoch Times provided a direct quote from a letter calling out the data manipulation:

Thatcher and Linthicum said that they consulted large groups of doctors, epidemiologists, and virologists on the subject of COVID-19 statistical reporting.

“Additionally, we are profoundly concerned that the scientific literature continues to provide empirical evidence that safe and effective treatments and management strategies for COVID infections exist but are not being made available to Americans most in need,” continued the letter.


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