Deborah Birx, the infamous "scarfed lady" who often appeared alongside Tony Fauci and Trump himself during briefings, says she took it upon herself to manipulate data and publish her own agenda on the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Birx's insubordination ultimately guided horrific covid policies such as testing, lockdowns, and masking.
"I devised a work-around for the governor's reports I was then writing," Birx admits in her new book, which is little more than a confessional grift.
"Instead of including those recommendations in the common bulleted list, I'd include them in the pandemic summary and state-specific recommendations in the governor's reports, where they wouldn't be so obvious."
Birx goes on in her memoir to explain in detail how she would go through covid documents and manipulate the information in such a way as to make it minimally detectable by her superiors.
"After the heavily edited documents were returned to me, I'd reinsert what they had objected to, but place it in those different locations," she admits.
"I'd also reorder and restructure the bullet points so the most salient – the points the administration objected to most – no longer fell at the start of the bullet points. I shared these strategies with the three members of the data team also writing these reports."
Birx's Saturday and Sunday report-writing routine, she brags, "soon became: write, submit, revise, hide, resubmit," a strategic sleight-of-hand that she says "worked" as planned.
It turns out that Birx had help – from a Republican, no less – who covered for her while she quietly and secretly steered the covid agenda in favor of Fauci's vision rather than Trump's.
While the Trump administration wanted to do away with testing, for instance, Birx, with the help of Matt Mowers, her former Chief of Staff in the State Department, was able to keep it in place as a key component of the multi-year plandemic.
After discovering that former CDC director – appointed by Trump – Robert Redfield agreed with her that Trump's efforts to do away with testing was the wrong route, Birx conspired with Redfield to "quietly rewrite the guidance and post it to the CDC website" without Trump and his closest people knowing about it.
"We would not seek approval," Birx admits. "Because we were both quite busy, it might take a week or two, but we were committed to subverting the dangerous message that limiting testing was the right thing to do."
Meanwhile, Mowers, who is currently running for Congress in New Hampshire's 1st Congressional District, was running cover for Birx on Twitter, praising her for her "leadership in this response."
"We are in good hands," Mowers tweeted on March 13, 2020, along with a video of Birx speaking on behalf of the Trump administration.
At one point, then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows reamed Birx out for her insubordination, to which she doubled down in defense of it.
"I did what I needed to do," Birx told Meadows at the time.
What Birx did was probably illegal, which means she now needs to face justice for her crimes. The same is true of Mowers, whose campaign in New Hampshire deserves to crash and burn, followed by a full investigation into these two.
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