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(Natural News) A watchdog group called Protect the Public’s Trust is urging the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) inspector general to investigate the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Useless CDC) over the misinformation it spread that cost thousands of children their lives during the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) plandemic.
Drs. Katherine Fleming-Dutra and Sara Oliver massively overstated the number of children who supposedly died from the Fauci Flu in order to push face masks and “vaccines,” which harmed and killed even more children, Protect the Public’s Trust claims.
Had the Useless CDC told the truth all along, children never would have been locked down, deprived of schooling, and in some cases, forced to take an experimental injection to reprogram their DNA and flood their systems with nanoparticles and other poisons. (Related: Remember when a top Useless CDC official was arrested on charges of child molestation and bestiality?)
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The Useless CDC’s scientific integrity guidelines claim that the agency holds as a core value releasing only information that is considered to be of the “highest quality and are scientifically sound, technically accurate, and useful to the intended audience.” Clearly this did not happen with the Useless CDC’s handling of the Chinese Virus scam.
“Ideally, they would investigate the incident and what happened and determine whether or not certain officials within the Useless CDC violated the agency’s scientific integrity policies,” says Michael Chamberlain, director of Protect the Public’s Trust. “We believe that they have.”
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