Posted by Gareth Icke - memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 29 July 2021

The CDC is committing fraud and hiding confirmed cases of ‘Covid-19’ in fully vaccinated people

The CDC contends that only a small percentage of people in the United States who have been vaccinated will get COVID-19 — called “breakthrough cases” — but a leading epidemiologist says that’s because the agency stopped counting the breakthrough cases of people who didn’t die or were not hospitalised.

“Some months ago the CDC stopped counting breakthrough cases … the large numbers of cases in people who had been vaccinated,” said Dr. Harvey Risch of the Yale School of Medicine in an interview with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham.

“So, of course, those cases don’t register for the CDC’s counts, and so the great proportion [of cases] that they’re claiming are in unvaccinated people,” Risch said.

“And that fallacy is why the U.S. and the CDC’s count is different from than Israel or the UK. It’s a fallacy.”

The UK’s chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance recently said that 60% of people who have been hospitalised with Covid-19 were fully vaccinated. Sir Patrick told a news briefing that the figure was not surprising “because the vaccines are not 100% effective,”.

However, he later retracted that statement via Twitter, claiming that he had meant to say 60% of people in hospital with Covid-19 were not vaccinated. But the retraction makes his long-winded justification of why so many fully vaccinated people were in hospital during the news briefing rather strange.

Public Health England figures do however show that since February 2021 people who’d had at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine make up 65% of all alleged Covid-19 deaths, the majority of whom were fully vaccinated.

Meanwhile, Israel’s health ministry found that about 40% of the new cases of Covid-19 detected since May were vaccinated patients.

Read more: The CDC is committing fraud and hiding confirmed cases of ‘Covid-19’ in fully vaccinated people


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