CNN may have been the worst outlet for COVID coverage.
They politicized a virus in the most disgusting way possible.
Two years in they are finally admitting what Conservatives have been saying all along.
The COVID numbers can’t be trusted.
CNN’s Jake Tapper questioned Dr. Sanjay Gupta over recent comments from CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky.
CNN's Jake Tapper rips into "misleading" COVID hospitalization numbers.
"We're 2 years into this … if somebody's in the hospital with a broken leg and they also have asymptomatic COVID, that should not be counted as hospitalized with covid, clearly." pic.twitter.com/rZhcANyYaW
— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) January 10, 2022
For nearly two years, and with the midterm election coming up, conservatives and Republicans were vilified as conspiracy theorists for raising questions about COVID hospitalization numbers when it came to who was there because of COVID and who just happened to be infected. On Monday, CNN and anchor Jake Tapper finally arrived at the scene to ask the obvious questions after CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky admitted to Fox News that number is inflated by upwards of 40 percent.
Tapper prefaced his late revelation by prefacing to CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta that “the case numbers aren’t really a significant as hospitalizations because what’s important is how sick people are getting.”
And since CNN had obfuscated the idea that the CDC was misleading people, Tapper had to spell out what was going on:
Over the weekend the CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky was asked how many people are in the hospital FOR COVID versus how many people are in the hospital WITH COVID. Meaning they’re there for some other reason and it’s also true that they have COVID.
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