CNN’s Brian Stelter is a conspiracy theorist and far-left propagandist who admitted that the CDC has become a joke. Stelter stated, “It’s so sad, it’s true. “The CDC has become a joke.”
Stelter’s reference point was an interview with Rochelle Walensky, CDC Director, last week via Savannah Guthrie on the Today Show…
Walensky was reminded by Guthrie that “all of these mixed messages or a new message has led to a meme online poking fun at CDC’s advice. Tweets such as, ‘CDC now suggests eating straight off the Waffle House floor,'” Guthrie said. She added that “The CDC now states it’s okay to eat Tide Pods.” The CDC recommends that you get bangs. It’s funny, people let off steam. Is there a bigger credibility issue with your agency now?
This file photo of Dr. Rochelle Walensky, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director, is taken during a hearing by the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Capitol Hill, Washington. (Jim Lo Scalzo/Pool via AP).
Walensky was asked the question by Stelter. “Yes, the CDC is in a serious credibility crisis. Oliver [CNN’s] Darcy, to your point, it causes people to ignore all the confusion and mixed messages.
Look at how desperate things were before Stelter could say such a thing. The CDC was a laughing stock to any rational person when it refused to admit that illegal aliens were flooding the country unvaccinated or tested. The CDC also called for school children to be masked and rejected the science. Or when the CDC demanded lockdowns that were already ineffective. Or when the CDC repeatedly misrepresented the facts regarding who could or could not spread the China Flu. Or when anti-science CDC used “pregnant women.” Or when the CDC made a political decision to reduce the ten-day quarantine from ten days to five days in order to help Joe Biden.
The CDC is not governed based on science, facts, reason, or compassion. Instead, Rochelle Walensky is the CDC’s “hot mess”, who is only interested in protecting the state and keeping Democrats in power.
This is life…
You can tell the truth and say that you don’t have a messaging problem.
It shocks me that Stelter, a left-leaning tool, has come out and said this. If someone had asked me, I would have guessed that the CDC could inform us to drink toilet water and lick a dog’s butt would cure COVID. Stelter would happily agree after drinking toilet water, licking a dog’s butt, and all of this.
Don’t be surprised if Tater retracts this or backpedals in some way. CNNLOL does not allow this kind of honesty.