To Trump Aides: You Have no Idea How deep the CDC Scandals Go
Trump aides and CDC loyalists are at war over the CDC’s handling of COVID reports. Charges; counter-charges. 
A core issue is the veracity of CDC weekly updates on case and death numbers.
These are included in the “Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR).”  This is a long-standing, highly regarded, and widely referenced CDC publication.
Medical professionals (who aren’t known for their ability to think straight) rely on these CDC numbers.
Now that Trump aides are taking issue with the MMWR, defenders are circling the wagons. One such defender called the MMWR “the holy of holies.” 
So I had to write this article.
I had to revisit the 2009 Swine Flu case-counting fiasco.
You see, that summer, while the CDC was reporting thousands of Swine Flu cases in the US, they had secretly…
Stopped counting the numbers of cases. 
The person who discovered this was Sharyl Attkisson, the star investigative reporter for CBS News.
And Attkisson found out what was going on.
The overwhelming number of test samples, routinely gathered from the most likely Swine Flu patients in the US, were coming back from labs with…
No sign of Swine Flu or any other kind of flu.
Attkisson published a piece about this massive scandal on the CBS News website. At that point, her investigation was…
No other major news outlet in the world picked up on her story and ran w
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