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Swine Flu deaths so slight they don't even register

By Michael Fumento

This graph from today's weekly CDC influenza report depicts flu and pneumonia deaths collected from 122 cities. Compared to the three previous years you see no unusual flu activity at all; it's within what's called "background noise" range.This is WHO's pandemic?

Oh, most definitely says the President's Council on Science and Technology in a much ballyhooed report giving a "plausible scenario" of 30,000 - 90,000 swine flu deaths during the coming cold months.

It's a big, fat fib. Watch this space.

August 28, 2009 02:22 PM  ·  Swine Flu