On Aug. 2, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a questionnaire to test people’s knowledge about the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus or COVID-19 vaccines, which states that young, healthy people should receive the vaccine, Breitbart reported.
In addition, this “test” recommends the vaccines be given to pregnant women and states
that long-term side effects of COVID-19 vaccines are “rare.”
The questionnaire contains ten statements with only two possible answers: true or false.
The first one—”You don´t need a COVID-19 vaccine if you are young and healthy.”
According to the federal health agency, if you place “true” it is incorrect, justifying it as follows: “Getting vaccinated can protect you from getting COVID-19. Even young and healthy people who get COVID-19 are at risk of health problems such as losing sense of smell for many months,” the CDC states.
The sense of smell and other sequelae after contracting COVID-19 that the CDC response indicates is questionable. It suggests that getting vaccinated will not result in contracting the virus, when in fact, it has been proven that thousands of vaccinees still became infected and several of them died.
Its claim: “Getting vaccinated can protect you from contracting COVID-19” is fundamentally misleading.
The questionnaire-propaganda also devotes a question to the long-term side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine: “Long-term side effects of COVID-19 vaccines are common.” But in this case, it only considers “false” correct and lets you move on.
Even though the vaccines are experimental and were approved on an emergency basis, the CDC says long-term side effects are “extremely unlikely.”
“Serious side effects that could cause a long-term health problem are extremely unlikely following any vaccine, including COVID-19 vaccines,” the federal health agency claimed. It cited “years of research and vaccine safety monitoring on other vaccines,” which “show that side effects almost always happen within 6 weeks of getting a vaccine.”
However, the CDC fails to explain in detail how it can state that long-term side effects are “extremely unlikely.”
In turn, this is contradicted by data from VAERS, the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. In their data so far, the number of reported deaths and injuries totals 518,770 cases, with 11,940 vaccine-associated deaths and 12,808 cases of permanent disability.
Every Friday, VAERS makes public the vaccine injury reports received by the system as of Friday of the previous week.
The CDC questionnaire also suggested that officials recommend vaccination for pregnant women, which the federal health agency refers to as “pregnant persons.”
“COVID-19 vaccines are not recommended for pregnant persons,” the questionnaire says, giving only the two possible choices.
If you choose the “false” answer, the questionnaire marks it as incorrect and provides the following response.
“If you are pregnant, you can receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Pregnant people are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, so getting a vaccine can protect pregnant people from complications that could affect them or their babies,” the CDC said, failing to address the concerns and lack of data around pregnant women receiving the vaccine.
The CDC’s guidance admits there is currently “limited data on the safety” of vaccines in pregnant women.
“I’m not recommending pregnant women get vaccinated,” McCullough stated on the “Tucker Carlson Today” show, adding that he was “deeply concerned” that “something has gone off the rails in the world” with the treatment of the CCP virus according to Fox News May 7.
Another of the CDC’s claims in its questionnaire is about none other than DNA, something highly questioned in transgenic vaccines.
The question asks, “COVID-19 vaccines can affect your DNA.”
The agency says this is “False,” justifying it because “the materials in COVID-19 vaccines never enter the nucleus of the cell, which is where the DNA is located.”
“Therefore, they do not interact with your DNA or change it in any way,” it adds.
However, the questionnaire does not explain how mRNA vaccines differ from other vaccines.
Pfizer and Moderna use an mRNA technology in which the patient is injected with a protein that “commands” the cells to generate protein spikes. Once the human body’s defense system recognizes the protein spikes as “invaders,” it attacks them. In this way, the body is prepared for when the actual virus attempts to infect the cells.
Vaccination campaigns have intensified, and in some countries, the “health passport” is being implemented, a digital certificate stating that the person has been vaccinated with the experimental vaccine, which allows access to different daily activities and facilitates movement.
This measure has provoked various citizen protests and demonstrations. Hundreds of thousands of people denounced “apartheid” or discrimination and took to the streets claiming that their will not to be vaccinated is disrespected.
According to official records, up to now, 4,250,000 deaths are due to COVID-19, from a world population of 7,673,533,970 people.
In other words, 0.06% of the world’s population has died from COVID-19. In other words, 99.94% have survived.