Biden Admin Used Wrong CDC Data

( Internal emails have revealed how the Biden administration didn’t properly take into consideration the deep impact on students’ learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Newly-published internal emails show that when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new school reopening guidance, there was no data made available on students’ learning loss through the pandemic. They also appear to suggest that controversial public health official Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, flagged an article that cited studies that disputed the need for students to stay six feet apart while at school.

Fauci appeared to suggest that the rule was implemented based on bad data and “decades-old research.”

So, not only does the CDC not know how much damage they caused to students’ learning all over the country, but Dr. Fauci himself admitted that the six-feet distance rule was…nonsense.

The CDC also reportedly denied a request from a Harvard University public health expert for data relating to state-level vaccine distribution, which he required to complete her research about how government policy would affect vaccination rates.

It sounds an awful lot like these government agencies don’t want the public to know the full truth about what happened during this pandemic…

Speaking to Fox News, Americans for Public Trust director Caitlin Sunderland said that the emails “show the CDC forged ahead and crafted pandemic policy based on poor data.”

American for Public Trust made the emails available to Fox News after they were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request.

And would you be surprised if we told you that the CDC didn’t respond to a request for comment?

Of course they didn’t…

Read the full Fox report here.