Both America and the world have been reliant on China’s numbers for establishing models for the pandemic. But just how reliable are these numbers?
Caixin wrote on multiple days that trucks delivered 2,500 urns to a government-run funeral home. There are eight funeral homes in Wuhan. However, the total official death toll in Wuhan is only 2,500.
What would the U.S. have done differently if we knew the true picture of the pandemic?
Now that the U.S. is deep in the throes of grappling with the pandemic, the communist regime has started a political offensive, laced with propaganda displacing blame and aggrandizing itself. Will it succeed once again? What does the world need to know about the extent to which the CCP has covered up the disaster? And what is the dire result for those who believe in it? We explore these questions and more in this in-depth analysis about the tragedy of trusting false numbers.