CDC admits they haven’t documented transmission rates of Covid-19 among unvaccinated

by Summer Lane

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has admitted that they do not have any verifiable documentation detailing transmission rates among unvaccinated people and the coronavirus, effectively damning a popular scientific narrative which has often accused non-vaccinated individuals of indiscriminately spreading the virus.

In response to a FOIA request (Freedom of Information Act), the CDC stated, “A search of our documents failed to reveal any documents pertaining to your request. The CDC Emergency Operations Center (EOC) conveyed that this information is not collected.” 

Their response comes after receiving the FOIA request for the following information: 

“Documents reflecting any documented case of an individual who 1) never received a Covid-19 vaccine 2) was infected with Covid-19 once, recovered, and then later became infected again; and 3) transmitted SARs-CoV-2 to another person when reinfected.” 

According to the CDC’s own statement, they haven’t been keeping track of this data, which completely negates any claims in the past regarding immunity and vaccination, particularly in relation to the Delta variant – a newer and supposedly stronger variant of the coronavirus.

The CDC, along with the Biden administration, has repeatedly urged Americans to receive a Covid-19 vaccine, touting it as the best way to procure protection against the virus. However, in light of this new information from the CDC, it appears that the research on transmission among unvaccinated individuals hasn’t even been conducted yet. 

This also comes at a time when Joe Biden and his radical administration is pushing for nationwide vaccine mandates. “For our country, the choice is simple: get more people vaccinated, or prolong this pandemic and its impact on our country,” Biden said in a November statement.

He went on, “The virus will not go away by itself, or because we wish it away: we have to act. Vaccination is the single best pathway out of this pandemic.” And yet, the data on this claim is hardly determinative. Former Senior Legal Advisor and Counsel to President Trump, Jenna Ellis. commented on the CDC’s dubious letter, asking this question: “So why won’t CDC address natural immunity?” 

The CDC is not the only bastion of science that Americans have lost confidence in. A new poll from Rassumssen found that nearly half of Americans would like to see Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, resign immediately.

Fauci, who has provided Americans with a confusing approach to combating the coronavirus, ranging from mask-wearing to vaccinations, has also come under fire for his sense of humanity after it was revealed that he used taxpayer money to fund horrific scientific experimentation on dogs, torturing them and then euthanizing them at the end of the trial period. 

One thing is for certain, the CDC is not doing itself any favors by admitting to non-documentation of unvaccinated individuals and their transmission rates of the coronavirus. Further, how can anyone in the scientific community possibly guarantee methods of fighting the coronavirus through vaccinations or mask-wearing when the scientific data hasn’t even been collected yet on the subject?

Joe Biden has repeatedly demonized those who are unvaccinated in his statements, but the CDC hasn’t even deigned to take it upon themselves to follow the science and prove if unvaccinated people are really spreading the coronavirus or not. In light of this disturbing new information, it is likely that the American people’s trust in government leaders and health institutes will continue to crumble. 

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