CDC knowingly labeled accurate news stories about the dangers of COVID-19 vaccines “misinformation,” internal messages show
- January 30, 2024
Cassie B., News Target
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) routinely labeled accurate news articles as “misinformation” because they went against the government’s pro-vaccine narrative, a review of internal messages that were circulated widely within the CDC shows.
One of them referred to a peer-reviewed study that concluded that myocarditis, a type of heart inflammation, was more common among patients following COVID-19 vaccination than an infection with the virus itself.
Michael Chamberlain, the director of Protect the Public’s Trust, a nonprofit that aims to inform the public about conflicts of interest among government officials, told the Epoch Times: “The agency is quick to slap a derogatory label on any statements that don’t fit its preferred narrative, and just as quick to impugn the motives of anyone who dares make those statements. This is not government working for the people, it is government as adversary to the people.”