Trashing the CDC?

After trashing the Postal Service, why not take our “brave new world” to the CDC. Asymptomatic people who have been exposed to covid-19 no longer need to be tested, the CDC reported today, a change in message.

This is non sense, not nonsense. These people are excellent spreaders of the virus, asymptomatics can go for days spreading the virus. The CDC said so today at the regime’s direction, and that’s the best part.

When did the US scientific community start getting its science from political sources? When we entered our brave new world of why do testing, you do more testing you get more cases reality. It’s an at the regime’s direction brave new world.

Trashing the CDC in this case, is not part of a nutcase trip, and just think if it works, is working, will work, a duped public, duped. If the CDC doesn’t require testing for asymptomatics, Insurance Companies don’t have to cover these people.

8/26/20

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