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More COVID-19 misinformation

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This HND piece presents just a few examples of an organized effort to mislead the public regarding the ongoing COVID-19 situation. We start with an asinine story that appeared in the New York Times, no less, that had to be extensively modified once someone with brain one actually read it and pointed out the obvious nonsense to the now hapless newspaper.

From there, we get into how COVID-19 positive test statistics are being distorted, and the official excuse is something less than convincing. Then, we segue into failings at the CDC.

Read the complete article.

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