Feds Caught Spying On Every Social Media Post About COVID

(PatriotWise.com)- Documents recently made public by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicate that the organization has been monitoring and compiling a database of the social media posts made by elected officials in the United States.

Sheryl Attkisson, an investigative journalist, requested under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) earlier this week to get the information, and she subsequently published them on the internet.

According to the papers, the social media posts, which are all in some way linked to the CDC or vaccines, are registered in a database and disseminated and categorized according to the parties that posted them. Information like the post’s content, the date it was published, a link, and even notes about what was said are included in the logs.

It is not entirely apparent what is being done with the data. However, one thing is sure: those who self-identify as “health experts” are extremely worried about what people are saying about them on the internet.

There are both Democrats and Republicans on the list, such as Representative Ilhan Omar (Democratic Party of Minnesota) and Representative Thomas Massie (Republican Party of Kentucky). It does not appear to matter whether the posts feature criticism or appreciation.

A list of this nature is particularly troubling because President Biden has just revealed his dystopian “Disinformation Governance Board,” also known as the Ministry of Truth.

The internal documents at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that Representative Thomas Massie, a Republican from Kentucky, caused quite a ruckus when he contacted the agency to show serious misinformation about the Covid vaccine their highest officials and vaccine scientists had approved.

Sheryl Attkisson covered this story when Massie provided audio recordings of CDC officials and scientists confessing the error to him, but they continued to make the misleading claim in public: that original research indicated Covid vaccinations benefitted individuals who’d previously had Covid. They did not do that.