70% of CDC’s Inoculated Staff Caught Covid
Fate loves irony. America’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the same organization that had its director falsely claim that the Covid-19 jabs stop transmission of the virus, recently made a stunning statement after a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request revealed that approximately 70% of COVID-19 cases among CDC employees in August of 2021 infected those who had been inoculated for Covid-19.
The reveal was brought to us by Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN), a group that describes itself as one that advocates for science-based inquiry, protecting children, and parental rights. ICAN filed the request on February 2nd 2022; the CDC turned over its data answering the question on March 28, 2022.
Reports coming out of the CDC upon the FOIA request were damning: their data table, which featured statistics self-reported by employees, revealed a total of 25 “breakthrough” infections among a total of 36 positive results.
“Now, we don’t know the percent of CDC employees that were vaccinated as of August 2021, but if the CDC’s vaccination rate reflects that of adults in the United States, it was far less than 70%. But even if more than 70% of CDC employees were vaccinated, the fact that by the end of Summer 2021, 70% of its COVID-19 positive employees were vaccinated should have been a shocking figure and should have served as a wake-up call to the CDC about the failure of these vaccines to prevent infection.”
CDC director Rochelle Walesnky notably appeared to largely change her tone when speaking about the efficacy of the Covid-19 inoculations, recently admitting that she may have initially overestimated the abilities of the jab. Fate loves irony, indeed.
Take this statement she made at at a lecture she made at Washington University in Saint Louis, for example:
“Um…well, you know I think…I can tell you where I was when the CNN feed came that it was 95 percent effective…um the vaccine. So many of us wanted to be hopeful. So many of us wanted to say, ‘Okay, this is our ticket out, right, now we’re done,’” Walensky stuttered.
“Um, so I think we have perhaps too little caution and too much optimism, um, for some good things that came our way… I really do,” Walensky continued. “I think all of us wanted this to be done. Nobody said ‘waning’ when when you know this vaccine’s gonna work, oh well, maybe it’ll work, it’ll wear off. Nobody said, ‘Well what if the next variant doesn’t, it doesn’t, it’s not as potent against the next variant.’”
Strikingly frank answer from CDC director Walensky on them being too bullish on vaccines early on
“Nobody said ‘waning’ when this vaccine is going to work, ‘oh well maybe it’ll wear off.’ Nobody said ‘well, what if…it’s not as potent against the next variant’”
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— Alex Thompson (@AlexThomp) March 4, 2022
ICAN’s original report on their granted FOIA request can be found below: