It has long been obvious that the so-called health “experts” have a political agenda when it comes to the coronavirus. Two Republican state senators are now alleging statistical manipulation by two government health agencies. According to The Epoch Times, Oregon state Sens. Kim Thatcher and Dennis Linthicum sent a letter to acting U.S. Attorney Scott E. Asphaug on Aug. 16 asking him to open a grand jury investigation into the reporting of coronavirus statistics by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the FDA. While the letter is over a month old, the organization behind the petition, Stand for Health Freedom, said it was purposely not released until Sept. 16. “I’m not sure there has ever been an allegation of government wrongdoing on this scale,” SHF’s Bailey Kuykendoll told Just the News. She said the group wanted to ensure “accuracy and safety” before making the letter public. In the letter, the lawmakers said a whistleblower alleged in sworn testimony that deaths and injuries recorded in the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System “may be underreported by a factor of five.” Additionally, the senators said the COVID-19 tests used by the CDC and the FDA could be producing an outsized number of false positives.