Two Oregon State Senators Seek Grand Jury Investigation into CDC’s Methodology of Tracking COVID-19-Related Deaths

Two Oregon State Senators Seeks Grand Jury Investigation into CDC’s Methodology of Tracking COVID-19-Related Deaths

Not covered by much media, two Oregon state senators recently filed a petition for a grand jury investigation targeting the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) methodology of tracking COVID-19-related data such as adverse events associated with SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind COVID-19. According to the petition, two senators include eight exhibits and 20 references as evidentiary items demonstrating what they declare in a letter is “a clear need to formally investigate the agencies for willful misconduct.” The two senators declare that due to “Significant irregularities in COVID-19 data published by the CDC,” the actual legal standing of executive orders and associated health policies may violate Constitutionally-backed civil rights. Kim Thatcher, State Senator District 13, and Dennis Linthicum, State Senator District 28 of Oregon, are the senators involved.

The implications for such an accusation are significant with what is the entire medical and political-governing apparatus backing an eradication of COVID-19 via vaccination scheme. If, in fact, there is any truth to this claim that the CDC is actively distorting the nature, origin, and cause of deaths reporte...

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