No, Really?! CDC Director Admits Agency Made 'Pretty Dramatic, Pretty Public Mistakes' in COVID Response

Nick Kangadis | August 19, 2022
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It’s almost like people and doctors who have been censored over the last couple of years for trying to blow the whistle on government agencies who didn’t always give the public the whole truth.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky admitted to agency employees that the organization made some “pretty dramatic, pretty public mistakes” in its response to the Chines coronavirus pandemic.

“For 75 years, CDC and public health have been preparing for COVID-19, and in our big moment, our performance did not reliably meet expectations,” Walensky said. “As a long-time admirer of this agency and a champion for public health, I want us all to do better.”

No, really?! Ya don’t say?!

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People across all forms of social media and video platforms have been de-personed, vilified and discredited for pushing bullet points the CDC reported while spinning a different narrative to the establishment media.

Walensky then got super creepy — which seems to just be par for the course in the Biden regime era — saying that the CDC needs to have its own “special forces” to be deployed in a more timely fashion during a health crisis.

“I have no doubt that they are up to the task,” Walensky told CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook.

Just what we need — to make government even larger on top of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) gaining over 80,000 new agents to enforce the federal government’s edicts.

Our government is out of control, and it won’t stop growing until some changes are made one way or another.

H/T: Townhall


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