If you are alarmed at the seemingly meteoric rise in coronavirus cases and deaths, you’re not alone.

Tens of millions of Americans are glued to the TV and to their online news feeds taking in any and all information they can about the pandemic, how it’s affecting our country, and what lies ahead.

But is that ‘meteoric rise’ accurate? Or are we being exposed to artificially inflated numbers, perhaps for political purposes or to justify the harsh isolation measures being foisted upon us, which are now contributing to massive job losses and a collapse in the stock market?

One former New York Times reporter is questioning the ‘official’ numbers of coronavirus sick and dead after discovering that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention definition is extremely broad, which some of equated with fraud.

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