From a Centers for Disease Control insider: a short note on morale.
Spoiler alert: it isn't good.
I have confirmed this person’s identity. He wrote Friday, after my piece about Iraq. Here’s his note in its entirety:
Thanks for the very insightful piece. I've written to you before-I work at CDC. Initially people were very pro-vaccine, rushing to get boosters when they were first available, clamoring for the approval so they could jab their kids, etc.
Now some confide to me that they don't want more boosters, and the body count is getting noticeable-people in their 40s-60s mostly, representative of the workplace.
But I don't think they'll ever admit they were wrong: there's no face-saving way I can think of to back down and admit the truth.
Why should CDC employees be different than anyone else?
I’ve said it before, but if you work at CDC or an mRNA vaccine company or NIH or FDA, I would love to hear from you. Your confidentiality is assured.
We need these whistleblowers to come forward ASAP‼️
For the record, my wife and her friend figured out the vaccine was no good in the spring of 21.
Neither has been to college. They just used female intuition and dug into the internet and holy s__t
we're not taking this crap. So what took the majority of the country so long to figure this out?