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Why the fake CDC investigation into vaccine-induced strokes in people 65+ is a limited hangout...

... and what that tells us about the actual data

The CDC, FDA, and the White House have a massive problem. The Covid shots don’t work and they are killing and maiming people at an astronomical rate. So yesterday — a Friday afternoon before a long holiday weekend — the CDC launched a limited hangout.

CJ Hopkins gives us an excellent definition of a “limited hangout”:

The way a limited hangout works is, if you’re an intelligence agency, or a global corporation, or a government, or a non-governmental organization, and you have been doing things you need to hide from the public, and those things are starting to come to light such that you can’t just deny that you are doing them anymore, what you do is, you release a limited part of the story to distract people’s attention from the rest of the story. The part you release is the “limited hangout.” It’s not a lie. It’s just not the whole story. You “hang it out” so that it will become the whole story, and thus stop people from pursuing the whole story.

In its Friday press release, the CDC confessed that the Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD) showed that people 65+ who received the bivalent Pfizer shot [that was only tested in 8 mice] were more likely to have an “ischemic stroke in the 21 days following vaccination compared with days 22-44 following vaccination.”

But the CDC assured us that they looked into and found nothing to worry about so “no change in vaccination practice is recommended.” All of the major news agencies reported on this. Also, lots of people in the movement took the bait that this was somehow a hopeful sign of the long-awaited pivot on policy away from the deadly Covid shots.

C’mon man, this is not our first rodeo.

Here’s how we know this is a limited hangout:

• The CDC only looked at one side effect when in fact there are hundreds of side effects that are generating a statistically significant safety signal.


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