As with anything built around intrigue and suspicion, “conspiracy theories” are bound to crop up.
Such is the case with the tragic disappearance, then death, of Dr. Timothy Cunningham, a CDC epidemiologist based in Georgia.
Because there is so much misinformation and conflicting agendas between multiple different sources, depending on one’s political/ethic leanings, it is difficult to piece together FACTS from these questionable circumstances.
So I am not attempting to debunk or fact-check these claims – just to reiterate that these are the claims that were made from these sources, and offer these pieces of information for the readers to consider.
In these times of deceit, especially when looking for honest answers about vaccine efficacy, I felt it prudent to revisit this case and the suspicious details that surround it.
I put FACTS in quotes because I am merely repeating what multiple sources agree upon that actually happened during Timothy Cunningham’s disappearance and these are what has been more or less confirmed by the various different media: (although we must ask ourselves, can we even trust the media to begin with?)
– “Timothy Jerrell Cunningham was a Harvard-educated doctor with the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention. As an epidemiologist, he was a team leader in the US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and was named in 2017 as part of the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 40 Under 40 list.” – wikipedia/Timothy J. Cunningham
-Timothy Cunningham was last seen on February 12, 2018, reported missing on February 14, 2018, and was found dead late Tuesday, April 3, 2018.
– “Initial reports from a medical examiner’s autopsy revealed that Cunningham’s cause of death was drowning. Timothy Cunningham’s body was found along the Chattahoochee River, in an area that was inaccessible through walking” – Timothy Cunningham Cause of Death: How Did the Missing CDC Employee Die?
– Law enforcement did not find evidence of foul play and ruled it as a suicide by drowning. “Chief Medical Examiner Jan Gorniak said he committed suicide by drowning.” – Cause of death released for CDC scientist Timothy Cunningham
– Timothy Cunningham’s belongings, most notably his house keys and wallet, were found inside his LOCKED home.
– Timothy Cunningham’s parents revealed to detectives that he sent them a “series of worrying text messages and a phone call from him the night of February 11, the day before he went missing.” – Timothy Cunningham Cause of Death: How Did the Missing CDC Employee Die?
– “His neighbor, Viviana Tory, said that Cunningham told her husband to have her erase his cell phone number from her contacts list.” – Timothy Cunningham: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Conflicting details of the case
A couple of things about this story I found rather odd and don’t line up, are these conflicting statements involving the officials’ interviews with CDC members, as well as the lead investigator and their assessment of Cunningham’s death.
The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention is discounting information that police released regarding missing employee Timothy Cunningham as erroneous.
In a statement from the government agency, officials said that information in the news that claimed Cunningham had been passed over for a promotion was untrue.
Those details were actually released by the Atlanta Police Department during a press conference on their ongoing attempts to find Cunningham, who went missing on Feb. 12 after leaving work and supposedly returning home. But the truth, according to the CDC, is the exact opposite.
On Feb. 27, Atlanta Police said on the day he went missing, Cunningham had a meeting.
“That meeting was to explain a promotion that he did not receive to branch manager. He had been informed the previous Monday that he was not getting the promotion but the explanation occurred on the morning of the twelfth,” the officer said.
The news CDC statement reads:
“In fact, he received an early promotion/exceptional proficiency promotion to Commander effective July 1, 2017, in recognition of his exemplary performance in the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS).”
11Alive reached out to Atlanta Police about the CDC’s statements and the agency is standing behind the information they released.
“Our information came directly from the CDC. Any further questions about Dr. Cunningham’s employment, or this statement issued by the CDC today, would need to be answered by the CDC,” the statement read.”
And during this reveal, it makes me wonder if some of the information got crossed, and the promotion that Dr. Cunningham allegedly got passed up for was for a different field altogether – although may still be involved with the CDC in a different branch. There are alleged documents that Dr. Cunningham actually resigned from a position called the RDF3 [Rapid Deployment Force 3] as an Infection Control Officer on February 7th. – Missing CDC scientist file: A ‘highly driven’ man struggling with personal, professional issues
And within the same link, states that he got passed over for a promotion on Feb 8th: “Thursday, Feb. 8 | Cunningham’s superiors tell him he did not get the promotion he was up for.”
Notice it says Cunningham’s “superiors” – but yet doesn’t state if those were specifically CDC superiors, or superiors of a different branch within the government agencies.
Then we have these rather strange conflicting statements:
“He [Major Michael O’Connor] added that they had interviewed friends, family, employees, and tracked his last movements, and could find nothing indicating foul play.”
“His parents, Tia and Terrell Cunningham, did say that they had received a series of worrying text messages and a phone call from him the night of February 11, the day before he went missing. They said they shared the details with detectives”
Hm… call me crazy, but if someone’s family divulged that their loved one, who recently went missing, sent a “series of worrying text messages” the DAY BEFORE THEY WENT MISSING (and who subsequently was found dead almost a month later), I most certainly wouldn’t rule out “foul play” at the drop of a hat…
Regardless if the theories of Timothy Cunningham’s involvement with the CDC may have led to his death is true or not, the above conflicting statement alone is a red flag and should signal to anyone that there is a chance of foul play being involved – and shouldn’t even be a question coming from an experienced police unit.
And while we can’t expect these investigators to be miracle workers, there should still be a level of decorum and motivation/ambition when leading a missing person’s case and efforts to find cause of death, especially when so many events in this circumstance don’t add up.
Yet, we have this official statement about this case:
“Barring some new information coming forward – and obviously we’re checking, you know, we’ll check video, we’ll check places he might have got access to the river – but barring new information coming forward we may never be able to tell you how he got into the river,” O’Connor said. – Timothy Cunningham: Why we may never know the whole story of CDC scientist’s disappearance
“On May 21, 2018, officials ruled his death a suicide. Toxicology tests showed nothing significant, there were no signs of trauma, and it was still not known how he ended up in the river. The investigation is now closed, Atlanta police have said.” – Timothy Cunningham: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Uh huh. That definitely sounds like the determination of the Atlanta Police Department’s Homicide and Missing Person’s Unit to solve a case instead of attempting to cover it up. Which, by the way, I’m not saying conclusively is the agenda, but with other’s speculations and their own connections that maybe, just maybe, Cunningham’s involvement with his role at the CDC and the material he was exposed to did have something to do with his death is worth taking a look into.
Which brings me to:
There are a wide plethora of different theories, sources, assessments, attempts at piecing together this puzzle, etc. that can inevitably leave one running around in circles. As there is no absolute confirmation that these different possibilities are rooted in facts, the issue remains open to conjecture and supposition. And while many are sure that there is something sinister and underhanded going on in relation to Dr. Cunningham’s death and what he may have uncovered, we can’t overlook the possibility that he did indeed take his own life amidst a sea of misunderstandings and dreadful coincidences.
Of course, I have my own opinions, but opinions they will remain since I don’t know FOR SURE the reality of what happened.
With that being said, here are some of the speculations for further deliberation:
– An article by yournewswire alleged to have been contacted by Dr. Cunningham who provided the following statements in January under anonymity at the time:
“Some of the patients I’ve administered the flu shot to this year have died,” the doctor said in January, adding “I don’t care who you are, this scares the crap out of me.”
“We have seen people dying across the country of the flu, and one thing nearly all of them have in common is they got the flu shot,” – CDC Doctor: ‘Disastrous’ Flu Shot Is Causing Deadly Flu Outbreak
– When it was revealed that Dr. Cunningham went missing in February, yournewswire sent out the following notice:
“In January, Dr. Cunningham shared his opinion that this year’s flu shot was behind the deadly outbreak of the flu, while warning that if his name was attached to the widely-circulated quotes, he would lose his job – or suffer an even worse fate.
Understanding the dangers involved in speaking out about vaccines in the current climate, we granted him anonymity in the article. However Dr. Cunningham told us we should go public should anything happen to him.” – CDC Doctor, Who Claimed Flu Shot Caused Outbreak, Missing Feared Dead
– While the following excerpt doesn’t specify the sources, it offers further details on what Dr. Cunningham may have been working on that led to this conspiracy:
“According to exclusive sources, he was startled with findings over the years regarding how flu vaccines amplify the side effects of viral infections rather than inoculate patients effectively.
In December of 2017, Cunningham was assigned to what was at the time a new project unofficially known as “Shogun.” According to our exclusive sources, testing and manipulation of the SARS strand were being used against a new drug that could eliminate a virus to infect your cells.” – PURGED ARTICLE| Where is Timothy Cunningham’s Whistleblower Report on Coronavirus?
– The same article proposes that Cunningham discovered an agenda that sought to weaponize SARS; while scientists from Japan found an all encompassing cure – which obviously went against the purpose that pharmaceutical agencies were aiming for:
“Cunningham discovered that specific individuals in the U.S. were working on information they received from the Chinese regarding weaponizing SARS – with high specificity in virulence targeting particular genetic code and enzyme packets for transcription. In essence, the new virus would mimic that of HIV. A “smart” virus that could replicate all ligands of target cells not to be detected by innate immune cells and therefore “lie in waiting.”
“His knowledge? Japan created an all-encompassed cure, and pharmaceutical companies were seeking ways around it.” – PURGED ARTICLE| Where is Timothy Cunningham’s Whistleblower Report on Coronavirus?
– Now if all of that wasn’t enough, there were also theories that Dr. Cunningham stumbled upon a plot that may have been aimed at African Americans specifically:
“The Harvard educated scientist had worked on tackling the Ebola and Zika outbreaks before his death. He is also believed to have been researching the effects of the FLU vaccine, on Black people.” – Scientist Researching Effects Of FLU VACCINE On Black People At The CDC . . Ends Up DEAD IN RIVER!!!
– Granted, the above excerpt is taken from an African American News Network site, however, studies that Dr. Cunningham himself participated in lends credence to their assessment:
“Finally, of great concern is that blacks in their 20s, 30s, and 40s are dying of diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. Which are typically seen in whites at older ages. This phenomenon has been described as weathering, meaning that the black population may be exposed to socioeconomic influences such as poverty and other environmental factors that can result in illness and death and earlier age than whites.” – Transcript for Vital Signs African American Health | Press Briefing Transcript
“Compared with whites, blacks in age groups <65 years had higher levels of some self-reported risk factors and chronic diseases and mortality from cardiovascular diseases and cancer, diseases that are most common among persons aged ≥65 years.” – Vital Signs: Racial Disparities in Age-Specific Mortality Among Blacks or African Americans – United States, 1999-2015
Please let me know if any of the links no longer work so I can update them with replacements.
So not only are there implications that Timothy Cunningham found a link between flu vaccines and unnecessary harm/death resulting in them, but he may also have made a connection between the increased illnesses in younger African Americans that may have been contributed by a failing health system – either unintentional, or very deliberate.
While I can’t vouch for the legitimacy of any website, I wanted to highlight the yournewswire website that initially ran the CDC whistleblower story to begin with. There have been many articles refuting their credibility, but what is true, at least according to Snopes (which, if it’s coming from Snopes to begin with, then extra caution should be applied…), stated the following:
“It is true the 2017-2018 flu season has been the worst one in years, and this season’s flu vaccine has been less effective than in the recent years. So not only is this year’s flu strain (H3N2) more rampant, but the main weapon against its spread isn’t holding it at bay.”
Hm… this incidence sounds strangely familiar and fairly recent… almost as if it’s going on RIGHT NOW.
Additional research shows that the efficacy of the flu vaccines for the 2017-2018 season was only 36%… according to the CDC. CDC: Flu vaccine 36% effective, highest for young children
Meanwhile, loaded with this CDC link, Snopes (https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/cdc-doctor-flu-shot-dead/) felt it prudent to point out how “YourNewsWire.com made several false statements in their article including that the flu vaccine is only 10 percent effective (it’s not — it’s 36% effective according to health officials)”,
yet failed to mention that the yournewswire website was simply stating what CBS news informed their readers: This year’s flu vaccine may only be 10% effective, experts warn. Which, you know, makes it NOT a false statement, and reflects the intellectual dishonesty that Snopes is known for.
But I digress. The point is, there are multiple sides to every story, but only ONE TRUTH.
Continuing on, I want to mention one last separate study that may or may not have connections with what Dr. Cunningham was presumed to have found.
CDC Deliberate Coverup of MMR Vaccines Linked to Increased Autism in African American Males
Although this event happened a few years before Dr. Cunningham’s death, it only adds fuel to the fire in regards to his involvement with the CDC, and his studies into epidemiology – and the presumed connections that vaccines may have had detrimental effects on people’s immune system; in addition to perhaps a very purposeful agenda to coverup inhumane testing on the public by inoculating them with so-called vaccines.
There has been such controversy surrounding Brian Hooker/William Thompson blowing the whistle on the CDC’s attempts to erase correlations between the MMR vaccine and the increased rate of autism in African American males, yet these efforts have still slid by the wayside and it seems as if no one has been held accountable for this egregious malfeasance and misconduct by the very group who is supposed to be protecting us from these “dangerous viruses” and inoculations that pose greater risk than the disease itself.
In fact, the CDC apparently blocked (I don’t know how that’s possible, to be honest – but due to technical legalities and “classified information”, NDA’s, blah blah blah, corrupt establishments can just hide behind a legal team and not address their own crimes – plus possible collusions with the legal system itself…) William Thompson’s capability to testify in court for a specific vaccine-related case. … Although he was granted whistleblower immunity, he has yet to be subpoenaed to testify.
But it’s certainly not due to the fact that they have anything to hide, right? And it’s certainly not because they were engaging in awful, illegal human experimentation or anything like that. No, no. I’m sure the reason is because they simply don’t want confidential information out that they are secretly undercover heroes who are saving the whole world and must keep this secret purpose hidden, otherwise the REAL bad guys would know who to attack. I mean, what other possible reason would there be to “not allow” someone to testify?
“Dr. William Thompson’s deposition testimony would not substantially promote the objectives of CDC or HHS.” – CDC Blocks Testimony by Vaccine Whistleblower in Medical Malpractice Case
lol No kidding. The whole point of the testimony is to expose the CDC FOR THEIR OBJECTIVES, which would obviously not reflect what they want to continue fooling the rest of the world into believing that they’re working towards.
So all in all, am I proposing that Dr. Timothy Cunningham’s death could be related to William Thompson’s exposé of CDC’s concealment/destruction of evidence, with Cunningham’s own efforts at finding links between rising illnesses within the African American community – on top of the suspicious deaths/autism cases in some of the vaccine-inoculated individuals?
I’m saying that there is enough “circumstantial evidence” to warrant further investigation and research before dismissing it altogether. And keeping a closer eye on the CDC while we’re at it.
DISCLAIMER: I mean no disrespect bringing up the tragic death of Dr. Timothy Cunningham, and only aim to bring possible injustices to light and spread awareness that the narratives we’re being told may not be the truth and may be intentionally hiding a corrupt agenda; and silencing those that may have been trying to expose it.
My heart goes out to Timothy Cunningham’s family and friends. If he was trying to expose corruption, then I hope and pray his wishes gets granted. And if you have any further information or clarification as to the events that happened, please feel free to contact me so I can add it and/or correct it.
Fact checking is extremely important. I want to reiterate not to take everything at face value; no matter what you read, where you read it from, or who you hear it from. And to be clear, do not rely on “fact checking” websites to give you accurate information either. These are just as likely, (if not even more likely…), to feed false information and false debunking accounts to manipulate the reader. Please take everything into consideration before adhering to a certain narrative – and always keep your mind open to other possibilities.
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