By Ty Bollinger – July 14, 2020
Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority.”
– Sir John Dalberg-Acton
We all want to believe that we live in a fundamentally good world. A world in which our leaders serve the best interests of the greater good, in which our most wealthy and successful citizens and companies use their influence to help others, and where communities come together to support one another in times of crisis. A world where an organization like the CDC would actually act in the best interests of public health and individual well being.
Sadly, this simply isn’t the case.
Before we dive in, let’s recap a quick highlight reel of CDC corruption and the contentious cover ups by which it has been defined in recent years: →
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