Move reduced the actual number of COVID fatalities dying with comorbidities.
Source: Paul Joseph Watson
Good Morning America edited CDC director Rochelle Walensky’s comments on the percentage of COVID fatalities dying with comorbidities, a move that served to reduce the actual number.
As we highlighted yesterday, Walensky appeared to acknowledge that over 75% of COVID deaths were people “who had at least four comorbidities” and were “unwell to begin with.”
However, it has since emerged that she was talking about a CDC study of 1.2 million vaccinated people which found that out of the the small number of fatalities, 77.8% had four comorbidities.
Top: Edited Walensky comments that aired on Good Morning America on Friday— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) January 11, 2022
Bottom: Full Walensky comments the show posted online on Monday
Even the edited version showed she was describing one study of vaccinated people, not all Covid-19 deaths, but that's way clearer unedited. pic.twitter.com/ZEt7opmDCY
Walensky was talking about a miniscule number of people involved in that particular CDC study, not all COVID deaths.
GMA didn’t issue a correction, they merely added a note to the end of the interview saying it had been “edited for time.”
In reality, the percentage of COVID fatalities who die with multiple comorbidities is significantly higher than 75%.
As Chris Martenson PhD explained, based on CDC data, only 0.9% of total COVID deaths were people with zero comorbidities.
Hurry! Explain the nuance behind Rochelle's comments in case the Holy Narrative gets questioned!! Or, we could note that her comments were accurate when applied to unvaccinated people too. As I outlined when I reviewed the CDC's OWN DATA in July '21. https://t.co/rMIQ1F0ShT pic.twitter.com/hK2Hl78Gp9— Chris "Early Treatment" Martenson, PhD (@chrismartenson) January 11, 2022
In August 2020, the CDC also acknowledged that, “For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned,” meaning that 94% of COVID deaths involved at least one other comorbidity.
So GMA’s editing of Walensky’s comments only served to minimize the actual number of people who die with COVID and other comorbidities rather than from COVID.