CDC Director Exposed CNN’s COVID-19 Death Ticker

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Recently, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky was put to the test and participated in an interview with Fox News. Fox News host Bret Baier didn’t give the CDC director any softball questions like she’s used to answering either. At one point Baier asked Walensky, “Do you know how many of the 836,000 deaths in the U.S. linked to COVID are from COVID or how many are with COVID, but they had other comorbidities? Do you have that breakdown?”.

The CDC director surprisingly replied answering the question by saying “Yes of course with omicron we’re following that very carefully. Our death registry of course takes a few weeks to collect. And of course, omicron has just been with us for a few weeks. But those data will be forthcoming.”

Walensky’s answer basically was a fancy way of saying they don’t have that data yet but are working on it. Conservative Candace Owens also raised the question of the CDC is taking a few weeks for their death registry to collect data then how is CNN’s death ticker getting its data?

Well, after some research here’s the answer to Candace Owen’s question and our findings were alarming. If you look closely at CNN’s Covid-19 death/positive case ticker, you can notice at the bottom it say “Source: John Hopkins University”. Take a look:

If you’ve seen how CNN operated the tracker, you would know it constantly shifts as if it tracking live data but it appears that CNN is creating their own live numbers because according to John Hopkins University’s COVID-19 Dashboard called  the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (JHU)  states:

Data is updated once per day to allow the system to pull county-level data. For the most up-to-date confirmed cases and deaths, please see the COVID-19 Global Map. New York City borough deaths data does not include Probable COVID-19 deaths, as this data is not reported.

So, something is definitely off regarding CNN’s Covid-19 tracker and it’s basically at this point being used as propaganda. John Hopkins’ Covid-19 tracker states on its website that it was funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF). Both of those philanthropies should ring a bell. Mike Bloomberg has gone on record spending close to $100 million to help Biden with his 2020 campaign and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation has funded a program at Biden’s alma mater the University of Delaware.

This isn’t the first time CNN Covid-19 death ticker is getting exposed though, project Veritas did an excellent job of investigative journalism and was able to secretly tape a CNN producer. An undercover journalist for Project Veritas filmed  CNN technical director Charlie Chester  saying:

COVID? Gangbusters with ratings.”

“Which is why we constantly have the death toll on the side,” he continued, making reference to the coronavirus death tracker that would appear on the screen. “It would make our point better if [the COVID death toll] was higher.”

So, it’s quite clear at this point that CNN’s Covid-19 tracker is complete propaganda that is being backed statistically wise by philanthropies that have supported Biden. Candace, you asked a question so here’s your answer!

This story syndicated with permission from My Patriot Post

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