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2019 Amendment to CDC Program May be Tip-off of Falsified Pandemic

(by Raymond Wolfe | LifeSite News) – An “epidemic intelligence” program of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) was amended months before COVID-19 in a way that gave legal cover to covert public health “drills and exercises” – suggesting yet another tip-off of at least a partially falsified COVID pandemic. The same law, enacted in June 2019, also approved the inclusion of “genome editing” and “related technologies” “as a part of preparedness and response activities to advance national health security.”

Several previous articles provided information suggesting that COVID-19 may be some sort of national and international hoax, ruse, ploy, operational exercise, national security exercise, or something similar enacted by the U.S. government and international governments. This article provides more significant information to support that claim. While the large amount of significant information provided in previous articles cannot be mentioned here, it is necessary to provide a brief summary of a few of those articles, with new references, as support for the new information discussed in this article.

Previous articles described that the Obama-Biden administration’s executive order in 2016, only a few days before Democrats lost the Presidential Office to the Trump administration, ordered the FBI and the Department of Justice to be leaders in “linking public health with law enforcement” and to “facilitate implementation and coordination of FBI programs to further the GHSA [Global Health Security Agenda], as well as provide technical expertise to measure and evaluate progress in countries the United States has made a commitment to assist.”

The same Obama-Biden executive order was then cited in the 2019 “United States Government Global Health Security Strategy” as one of the main documents which “guides the Federal Government in protecting the United States and its partners abroad from infectious disease threats by working with other nations, international organizations, and nongovernmental stakeholders.” (Page 5)

This significant information suggests that the Obama-Biden administration’s executive order, with the directive for the FBI to link public health with law enforcement, was still being used as a major U.S. government public health guide only a few months before the reported outbreak of COVID-19.

Law enforcement, intel agencies exempt from ban on false information

There are multiple reasons why the Obama-Biden administration’s executive order requiring the FBI to link public health with law enforcement, facilitate implementation and coordination of FBI programs to further the Global Health Security Agenda, and coordinate with the International Criminal Police Organization (which includes countries like China, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Turkey, etc.) on the successful implementation of the Global Health Security Agenda is significant.

One reason is because U.S. law on “false information and hoaxes” has an exemption for “law enforcement agencies” (which not only provides support for the COVID-19-is-a-hoax hypothesis but may also describe the oddities of several other seemingly perfectly timed public and political events over the years). The law prohibits engaging in

any conduct with intent to convey false or misleading information under circumstances where such information may reasonably be believed and where such information indicates that an activity has taken, is taking, or will take place [etc.].

But the section of the law then provides the following exemption:

ACTIVITIES OF LAW ENFORCEMENT.—This section does not prohibit anylawfully authorized investigative, protective, or intelligence activity of a law enforcement agency of the United States, a State, or political subdivision of a State, or of an intelligence agency of the United States. (emphasis added)

The law uses very similar language to the language which the FBI and the Department of Justice used to describe a “law enforcement exemption.” (Pages 1158-1160)

In other words, the wording of the law appears to mean what the non-lawyer would think that it implies: “law enforcement” agencies (the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, local and state police, etc.) or “an intelligence agency of the United States” may possibly enact or engage in “hoaxes” or “conduct with the intent to convey false or misleading information under circumstances where such information may reasonably be believed and where such information indicates that an activity has taken, is taking, or will take place.” Read Full Article >

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