It might be a new year, but it appears that the Biden administration has the same old objective of spreading COVID-19 hysteria around the country. Even as their narrative around the pandemic that was supposed to end humanity is crumbling, the Democrats continue to push the importance of getting a shot that doesn’t help a person from spreading or contracting the virus. While that alone is enough to baffle some, Tucker Carlson has been on a COVID-19 misinformation campaign recently as he uncovers some startling facts about the virus, the Biden administration, and the true number of deaths. 

In the video, which can be watched below, Carlson revealed that the CDC has misreported the true number of deaths caused by COVID-19. While a patient might have had COVID-19 at the hospital, many patients already had preexisting conditions that brought them there. Carlson pointed out this included people with HIV, drug overdoses, and even one struck by lightning. But even with all these other elements, COVID-19 was listed. 

Joining Carlson on his show was Dr. Scott Atlas, a former COVID-19 advisor to the Trump administration. While Carlson and many Americans are shocked that half of the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations are there with the virus, not from the virus, Dr. Atlas wasn’t at all moved due to the fact that he said this wasn’t new information, just newly revealed. 

Dr. Atlas not only harped on the true number of COVID-19 cases but showed how the Democrats and Biden administration continue to spread misinformation around the coronavirus. 

This piece was written by Zach Heilman on January 11, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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