If you had the intestinal fortitude to saunter over to Wendy Bell's Facebook Page, you'd see this:
Uh-oh! Wendy's peddling false information. Again.
What is it this time?
Were you to opt to click the "See Why" you'd see this:
Wendy, Wendy, Wendy. We've been through this before, haven't we?
Yes, we have. FOUR MONTHS AGO.
This is what I posted from Factcheck.org:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hasn’t drastically reduced the number of deaths attributable to COVID-19, but posts making that bogus claim have been circulating widely — with the help of President Donald Trump, who retweeted one such claim on Aug. 30.
Twitter has since removed the original tweet, which came from an account dedicated to the pro-Trump conspiracy theory QAnon. But the claim is still readily available on all the major social media platforms. In fact, the same QAnon account that posted the now-deleted tweet includes a screenshot version featuring the president’s retweet.
The post Trump highlighted said: “This week the CDC quietly updated the Covid number to admit that only 6% of all the 153,504 deaths recorded actually died from Covid. That’s 9,210 deaths. The other 94% had 2 to 3 other serious illnesses and the overwhelming majority were of very advanced age.”
But that’s not what the CDC information says.
This was so long ago, Wendy Bell hadn't yet been fired by KDKA Radio for advocating that Park Police shoot protestors.
That's how old this lie is, Wendy.