Learn how the CDC and the medical-industrial complex already knew that they could trick people into believing they were in the midst of a pandemic.
Science had already shown from years prior that Coronavirus was a seasonal infection, affecting roughly 25% of the population. That’s roughly 82 million people each year contracting coronaviruses. With this prior knowledge, they knew that all they had to do is start testing people and they could scare everyone into giving up their rights and pushing a vaccine.
Medicine has a long history of using testing to control and manipulate people into unnecessary, harmful, and even deadly procedures. It’s really no different with infectious diseases. They do this with cancer testing all the time.
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Graph from CDC—1st Picture—(that has since been removed) showing the steep decline in pneumonia/influenza cases around the beginning of the COVID19 cases here in the US—CDC Data here:
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