87 to 98% of CDC Reported Swine Flu Cases are False
Yesterday, CBS News released an exhaustive study that demonstrates a massive exaggeration of the reported number of swine flu cases in the U.S. Analysis of about 26,000 samples in four states exhibiting flu-like symptoms, 87 to 98 percent of those did not have the swine flu H1N1 virus.
I knew the swine flu statistics were overblown or misdiagnosed, but I figured by maybe 50%. This report shows as few as 1-2 percent of the reported cases are actually swine flu. Now we can say for sure this is true concerning the swine flu shots: the cure is far worse than the disease, considering the untold health effects. Not only this, but the stats reported over the past few months were totals– as if they were current: did they subtract everyone that got over the flu-like symptoms in the avearge 2-3 days? Many counties in the U.S. have zero people hospitalized for untested diagnoses of H1N1, yet are frantically rushing to stockpile and distribute the H1N1 vaccines to many points of distribution in their local areas and to educate everyone on just how bad it is out there. The Obama Administration announced a National Emergency yesterday, three days after the CBS report was made public.
See the Journal’s entire Vaccine Nation Series.