Watch: Fauci Confronted About A Little Secret He’s Kept From The American People

Fauci was beside himself when he was confronted about the lack of data being collected by the CDC. The doctor was forced to admit the that CDC is NOT keeping track of the amount of “breakthrough” infections.

Fauci also claims he will now be the decision maker over what you do and don’t believe.

It turns out, the CDC was only tracking certain “breakthrough” COVID infections.

As the administration pressures Americans to get vaccinated the CDC isn’t exactly being honest about the data they are collecting.

On May 1, 2021 the CDC began studying breakthrough COVID infections in a “different way.”

Breakthrough COVID infections were only counted if a person was hospitalized or died.

From the CDC:

Beginning May 1, 2021, CDC transitioned from monitoring all reported COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough infections to investigating only those among patients who are hospitalized or die, thereby focusing on the cases of highest clinical and public health significance. CDC will continue to lead studies in multiple U.S. sites to evaluate vaccine effectiveness and collect information on all COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough infections regardless of clinical status.

Health experts are pushing back and it has forced the CDC to announce the creation of a new outbreak analysis forecast center.

“They are missing a large portion of the infected,” said Dr. Randall Olsen, medical director of molecular diagnostics at Houston Methodist Hospital in Texas. “If you’re limiting yourself to a small subpopulation with only hospitalizations and deaths, you risk a biased viewpoint.”

Once again the incompetency of the Biden administration shines like a spotlight. The Administration claims vaccinated people have better outcomes if infected. One would imagine the CDC would want to record all breakthrough infections and compare that data with the unvaccinated to prove their claim.
But, that’s not what happened, they just put their heads in the sand.

“I was shocked,” said Dr. Leana Wen, a physician and visiting professor of health policy and management at George Washington University. “I have yet to hear a coherent explanation of why they stopped tracking this information.”