Report States CDC Overcounted The Number Of COVID-19 Inoculated Americans By MILLIONS

In 2021, the fed government, in collaboration with the MSM, did everything in their power to make the unvaccinated population feel like a minority!

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The fake news media outlets constantly reported on the number of vaccinated Americans, trying to promote the shots and pressure the people to get vaccinated with the experimental shots.

There is an exciting and one unexpected twist. The MSM reported that the CDC had overcounted the vaccinated Americans by millions.

The officials claimed that the CDC’s data weren’t correct, classifying them as worthless.


Bloomberg reported:

The U.S. government has over-counted the number of Americans who are at least partly vaccinated against the coronavirus, state officials warn, meaning millions more people are unprotected as the pandemic’s winter surge gathers steam.

Last weekend, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised a bellwether metric — the share of people 65 and older with at least one shot. The agency reduced the proportion from 99.9%, where it had been capped for weeks, to 95%, without changing its raw shot totals.

The move acknowledged a dynamic state officials have discovered: in collating reams of data on vaccinations, the U.S. has counted too many shots as first doses when they are instead second doses or booster shots.

CDC data show 240 million people with at least one shot, or about 72.5% of the population. But the agency says only 203 million are fully vaccinated, or 61.3%, an 11-percentage-point difference that is far larger than in other developed countries.

State and local officials say it’s improbable that 37 million Americans got one shot without completing their inoculations. Instead, they say, the government has regularly and incorrectly counted booster shots and second doses as first doses, a dynamic the CDC acknowledged in a statement.

Yahoo News also covered this story:

The state of play: Three states — Illinois, Pennsylvania and West Virginia — found enough over-counting of first shots to indicate millions of unvaccinated people had mistakenly been counted as having received a dose.

  • Pennsylvania had one of the biggest gaps identified, according to Bloomberg, where the CDC’s estimates of first doses for people 65 and older exceeded state estimates by about 850,000.
  • Illinois had more than 500,000 completely unvaccinated people ages 12 and up than initially thought. But the audit also found 730,000 people who were fully vaccinated and hadn’t been counted.

What they’re saying: James Garrow, a spokesperson for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, which has worked with the state to blend data sets for a more accurate view of vaccination trends, said “we don’t have any faith in the numbers on the CDC website, and we never refer to them.”

  • “Where it has really made it difficult for us is targeting our booster messaging,” Garrow added.
  • “The truth is, we have no idea,” said Clay Marsh, West Virginia’s Covid czar.

But, but, but: The miscount means more Americans have received booster shots than shown in official federal data, Bloomberg writes.

What’s next: Other states, including Minnesota, Colorado, New Jersey, North Carolina and Maine, have already submitted requests for revisions to the CDC for different reasons.

The reality is that more Americans refused to get the vaccine, and they are the majority, not the minority, as reported!

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