March 10, 2015
Within the CDC's website is a page about testing positive for #COVID19. It says although it may be a positive result, it may NOT be the #coronavirus that we fear. It could be another strain from the same family that causes the "common cold."
How accurate are these "stats" then?
For those eager to fact check, the page is here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronaviru.....rview.html
Adding more confusion to the mix, that one day spike that many said was the start of a spike in deaths was because some states "added probable deaths" to their numbers.
Yet again showing, they may, or may not, have had #COVID19. But, they threw them in the numbers anyway.
To further clarify, I am aware the page on the CDC deals with the "antibody" test vs. a rapid or other COVID19 test. My point goes in to the heart of this entire debate: rising "numbers", are anti-body tests calculated in bigger stats, & what may cause "false positives".
Add in my other points about "probable" deaths being added which you can see below, there is a TON we don't know and seemingly are guessing on. So, again, the question still stands: how accurate are these "stats."
John Greenewald, Jr.
The Black Vault
June 20, 2020
...And just to add another wanted clarification to this question..How accurate is the data collection and broadcasting from institutions who seem to have botched the handling of all aspects of this mess, right from the start? Can we really trust these people who are reporting the numbers? Or do they have their own eye-to-eye, secret agenda that might include the taking down of the U.S. government by creating false panic? Or perhaps it is a way of creating dissension between the races and other groups, elderly vs. young, blue states against red states etc. Or maybe it is a well-planned way for citizens to burn down the country and eventually claw each others eyes out so that government may have an unobstructed, low-cost way of tearing down the present infrastructure to make way for the new one, whereby Agenda 21 puts all people who survive the carnage all atop each other on a land mass the size of Lake Michigan. (Sorry about the run-on sentence but the thought was just too good to break up.)
I, myself, do not know one single person who has contracted coronavirus, let alone died from it? Do you? (collective you).