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The CDC finally admits what​​ we've known all along about COVID-19
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The CDC finally admits what​​ we've known all along about COVID-19

In a recent New York Times article, CDC spokeswoman Kristen Nordlund admitted that the agency "has been slow" to release data collected on COVID-19 — information that would have helped health officials throughout the country make better decisions in response to the pandemic. In other words, information that could have saved lives. And why would the CDC withhold such critical information? For our own good, of course. Because, you know, the people just can't handle the truth.

"[B]asically, at the end of the day, [the information] is not yet ready for prime time," Nordlund said.

"Another reason is fear that the information might be misinterpreted,” the NYT article said Nordland admitted.

On a recent episode of "You Are Here," BlazeTV hosts Sydney Watson and Elijah Schaffer, joined by "Louder With Crowder's" 1/4 Black Garrett (Garrett Morrison), talk about the CDC's apparent opinion that the American public is just too stupid to understand the data and how they don’t want anyone to realize what we’ve all known (almost) all along.

Watch the video clip below or find more episodes of "You Are Here" here. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.

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