The CDC’s official narrative continues to flip flop, but anyone who disagrees with their ever-changing guidance is censored
Facebook and the other Big Tech companies will not allow any information to be shared if that information contradicts the official narrative of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
and the World Health Organization (WHO). As the censorship grows, the world population becomes subservient to a one world public health dictatorship that sets rules for human movement, restricts human gathering and controls economic activity while erasing medical privacy, informed consent and individual and parental rights.
No one can question the CDC narrative, even though their recommendations are being inverted all the time
As information is controlled, the CDC and WHO's official recommendations continue to change, as their official story continues to flip flop. No one is allowed to question the official narrative, even as the governing organizations themselves flip flop, exposing their own “data-driven” science as a fraudulent vehicle for controlling populations and taking away their rights. From the beginning of the pandemic, Americans have been told that very little is known about this new virus, so they must submit to authorities as official information becomes available.
Over the course of 2020, the CDC has contradicted its original recommendations. After publishing official guidance that warned about SARS-CoV-2 “airborne infection,” the CDC said the information had been posted “in error” after they were pressured by the WHO to post it.
"A draft version of proposed changes to these recommendations was posted in error to the agency’s official website," the CDC said. "CDC is currently updating its recommendations regarding airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19). Once this process has been completed, the update language will be posted." (Related: The WHO just obliterated every argument for mandatory vaccines or contact tracing by declaring asymptomatic carriers don’t spread COVID-19
What guidance can be trusted?
Back in July, a group of 200 scientists wrote to WHO, calling on the international health agency to update their guidance on how the virus is spread. So focused on how the virus spread, the WHO and CDC failed to address the more important issues such as controlling viral load and viral multiplication in sick individuals. This is why there has been a blackout on how people can take care of their immune system
and live with the virus, instead of living in fear of the virus.
New research presented to WHO in July showed that SARS-CoV-19 does not spread nearly as much via contaminated surfaces and close contact between individuals when compared to spread via aerosols from a sick individual. If there were recommendations for treating the immune system of a sick individual, then viral load, attachment and multiplication could be stopped, helping sick patients recover so immunity could be achieved.
The CDC has also flip flopped on the issue of testing people who do not exhibit any symptoms of illness. While testing everyone who came into contact with someone who might be infected was originally an important objective, the CDC now advises that anyone who comes into contact with an infected person need not be tested unless they are experiencing symptoms.
As the contradictions continue to abound, many Americans are forced to live in a perpetual state of distance and isolation, while being shamed as “dangerous" if they break the official rules. Aerosol particles from a sneeze, for example, do not stop at six feet; they travel up to twenty-six feet. Masks, especially cloth masks with imperfect seals, do not filter out all aerosol particles and are incapable of blocking microscopic virus material, but populations are being coerced to wear face coverings in these situations anyway, and in situations where no one is infectious at all.
The flip-flopping pandemic messaging is being used to control people and to cover-up all the CDC and WHO lies that continue to destroy people's lives. To keep up with the CDC, read CDC.news