Whether you live in the USA or most of Europe, one thing remains true: Covid-19 testing regimes are being aggressively pushed onto populations.
Masked populations in some countries have been told (again) they cannot leave their homes. Economies and personal lives remain stunted and manipulated by government edicts. The ticket to a ‘new normal’ freedom has been dangled: A PCR Covid test.
In February, according to NPR, an internal review at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed Covid tests could be wrong 33% of the time – but CDC sent them out across the country anyway.
But that’s not the whole story of the CDC’s issues with quality control. Timothy Stenzel, director of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Office of InVitro Diagnostics and Radiological Health, visited the CDC’s respiratory disease lab and found sloppy lab protocols.
Months latter, Stenzel’s own agency was disgraced as they approved tests for Emergency Use Authorization without even the most basic vetting. The FDA’s policy required only that companies attest their product was valid and labeled as unapproved. The result was a flood of 170 tests—many from China, which only complicated the problem.
That’s bad, but here’s the real story. The ‘mainstream’ narrative was allowed to change on August 29th, when the NY Times published Your Coronavirus Test Is Positive. Maybe It Shouldn’t Be.
The article touched on ideas that, up until then, were only considered to be spread by ‘conspiracy theorists’ peddling censorable ‘misinformation.’ The issues: false positives and no way of determining the amount of virus in someone’s body. The test provides little if any sense of how contagious a person may be. If they even have the virus to begin with!