Deaths from Wuhan Virus continue to be wildly exaggerated to keep fear and funding going

2022 Sep 28, 11:21am   1,026 views  31 comments

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Six recent “Covid” deaths, per the Milwaukee coroner’s office
Alex Berenson

Working on a bigger story but wanted to share this.

You may have wondered how the United States is still clocking 3000 Covid deaths a week when even Joe Biden - who can barely manage a staircase unaided - easily beat Omicron.

The Milwaukee coroner’s office has the answer. It publishes anonymized death reports, including cases where Covid is listed on the death certificate. Here are four of the seven from the last two weeks. Average age 90.

The youngster in the group was 80 and had metastatic prostate cancer.

And diabetes.

And Parkinson’s disease.


As for the others, they are all in their sixties.

Lest you accuse me of cherry-picking, here’s one of the younger deaths:

These folks are not the exceptions, they’re the rule. “From” versus “with” Covid is a pointless distinction for this population.

Anyone dying of Omicron is likely either incredibly old, incredibly sick.

And, according to the coroner’s office, most are vaccinated.

It should be obvious that Covid death counting is now pure theater and database matching, in a way it wasn’t even a few months ago.

Which raises a somewhat unpleasant question: if Covid is no longer killing anyone who wasn’t at death’s door, why is overall excess mortality so high across the heavily mRNA vaccinated countries?

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1   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2022 Sep 28, 12:11pm  

It validates the Great Barrington Declaration - protect the vulnerable, while life goes on as normal.
3   Patrick   2022 Sep 30, 1:39pm  


In Massachusetts, the state Department of Public Health told medical examiners that if the person died with COVID, to list COVID as a cause of death, even if COVID had nothing to do with the reason the person died.

I know this because one of my state medical examiner friends in Massachusetts was told to do this. My friend won’t speak out about this publicly because he (or she) needs his (or her) job.

This is a violation of federal law.

This could be happening in other states as well. I would not be surprised.

Possible motivation for the State to instruct medical examiners to commit fraud
Why would a state department of public health instruct medical examiners to lie? Two reasons:

1. To get federal funds for the state
2. To encourage people to get the shots
4   Ceffer   2022 Sep 30, 1:49pm  

Patrick says

This is a violation of federal law.

Law Pshaw! The short term intoxications of money and political force majeure just flush those oaths and principles right down the toilet. Short term gain, long term legal pain seem to be a thing when they are swarmed for money.
6   Patrick   2022 Oct 17, 1:13pm  


COVID Infection Fatality Rate (IFR) for under 70s confirmed at 0.1%.
If the very elderly had been protected and everyone else had carried on normally, COVID would have been defeated naturally within two months. Who knew?

Joel Smalley
1 hr ago
To 4 decimal places, the age-stratified risk of death IF infected in the first place:

0-19 years = ZERO

20-29 years = ZERO

30-39 years = 0.01%

40-49 years = 0.04%

50-59 years = 0.13%

60-69 years = 0.50%

These estimates are virtually unchanged from those made in early 2020. So, yeah, we all knew. But only a few did anything about it.
7   Patrick   2022 Oct 18, 7:57pm  


Covid Death Risk Near Zero for Most People, Study Confirms
Frank BergmanOctober 18, 2022

One of America’s leading medical scientists has confirmed in a new study that the risk of death from COVID-19 is near zero for the vast majority of people.

For the past two years, Stanford University medical scientist John Ioannidis has been arguing that lockdowns, school closures, and vaccine and mask mandates are unnecessary.

Along with the creators of the Great Barrington Declaration, Ioannidis has argued that data shows the risk of death is almost non-existent for most people.

The risk factor for most people is exponentially smaller than for the vulnerable.

Typically the elderly, who already are afflicted with multiple serious illnesses, such as diabetes and heart disease, are at the highest risk of death.

These people, he has insisted, could be cared for in nursing, assisted living, and private homes with early treatments while the healthy are allowed to go about their business.

Now, Ioannidis has published a pre-print study concluding that among people under 70 years old around the world, the infection fatality rates for COVID-19 range from 0% to 0.57%, or a little more than one-half of 1%.
8   Patrick   2022 Oct 18, 8:09pm  


New Study from Ioannidis: Covid’s IFR in 2020 Was Less Than 0.1% for Those Under 70, Even Lower Than Previously Believed
9   Patrick   2022 Oct 19, 2:47pm  


it is incredibly easy to overstate disease counts if you

use oversensitive PCR tests

and count nosocomial cases where dying people in hospitals (whose immune systems are functioning poorly and leave them wide open to opportunistic infection) test positive for trace exposure

test all deaths for covid

and use a lagging tail as many countries and states did where any death within 28 days of a positive covid test is called a covid death.

this last one led to all manner of oddities from “drug OD: that’s covid” to “eaten by a rogue lion while running a record pace in the boston marathon: yup, that’s covid” to the really nasty version of “died of vaccine complications: call it covid (long or otherwise)” ...

this counting has been used and abused to support narrative.

and it still is.

when leaders wanted “max fear” they pushed max counting.

when it was politically convenient for covid to go away, suddenly hospitals and agencies adopted “from/for, not with” as talking points. ...

And there we have it with today's Wonder data drop folks.

Undeniable smoking gun proof.

CDC is now (post 'system upgrade') unilaterally shifting Cancer UCoD deaths to Covid UCoD deaths (even trivial nosocomial cases of Covid). Thereby hiding the stark cancer increase from you. ...

are we really to believe that all of a sudden people are dying in droves from covid and just happen to have cancer but that covid was the primary killer?

10   Patrick   2022 Oct 19, 2:50pm  


And there we have it with today's Wonder data drop folks.

Undeniable smoking gun proof.

CDC is now (post 'system upgrade') unilaterally shifting Cancer UCoD deaths to Covid UCoD deaths (even trivial nosocomial cases of Covid). Thereby hiding the stark cancer increase from you.

11   Onvacation   2022 Oct 20, 10:49am  

Patrick says


Hospital acquired infection
13   Patrick   2022 Oct 23, 10:22am  


So what did they find?

The median infection fatality rate for those aged 0-59 was 0.035%.

This represents 86% of the global population and the survival rate for those who were infected with COVID pre-vaccination was 99.965%.

For those aged 0-69, which covers 94% of the global population, the fatality rate was 0.095%, meaning the survival rate for nearly 7.3 billion people was 99.905%.

Those survival rates are obviously staggeringly high, which already creates frustration that restrictions were imposed on all age groups, when focused protection for those over 70 or at significantly elevated risk would have been a much more preferable course of action.

But it gets worse.

The researchers broke down the demographics into smaller buckets, showing the increase in risk amongst older populations, and conversely, how infinitesimal the risk was amongst younger age groups.

Ages 60-69, fatality rate 0.501%, survival rate 99.499%
Ages 50-59, fatality rate 0.129%, survival rate 99.871%
Ages 40-49, fatality rate 0.035% survival rate 99.965%
Ages 30-39, fatality rate 0.011%, survival rate 99.989%
Ages 20-29, fatality rate 0.003%, survival rate 99.997%
Ages 0-19, fatality rate 0.0003%, survival rate 99.9997%
14   Misc   2022 Oct 24, 12:49am  

Always focusing on the deaths.

There were over 30 million hospitalizations for Covid. Yes, our hospitals are generally good at treatments.


About 16 million people have Long Covid. About 2-4 million are out of the workforce because of it.


Covid has about the mortality rate as the measles, but yes in a lot of cases it would fuck a person up without killing them.
15   Onvacation   2022 Oct 24, 6:04am  

Misc says

our hospitals are generally good at treatments.

Ventilators and experimental ineffective patent medicine.
Misc says

About 16 million people have Long Covid. About 2-4 million are out of the workforce because of it.

Misc says

Covid has about the mortality rate as the measles, but yes in a lot of cases it would fuck a person up without killing them.

Lockdown, mask up, jab! And you'll be fine.
16   RC2006   2022 Oct 24, 7:03am  

This morning

17   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 Oct 24, 8:16am  

its all about them dollars pouring in. they spent so fucking much during pandemic, lots of millionaires were made artificially.
19   Patrick   2022 Oct 24, 2:03pm  


But here’s the thing…

According to the official death tally, there were only thirty six thousand COVID deaths in spring 2020 in England, making it (Piers Morgan cover your eyes now) a rather ordinary “flu” by recent standards.
20   richwicks   2022 Oct 24, 3:02pm  

Misc says

About 16 million people have Long Covid. About 2-4 million are out of the workforce because of it.

There's no such thing as long covid. It's vaccine injury.

Misc says

Covid has about the mortality rate as the measles, but yes in a lot of cases it would fuck a person up without killing them.

I was intentionally infected with measles when I was a kid. This is because the mortality rate for children is infinitesimally small, and it gave me lifetime immunity.
21   Patrick   2022 Oct 24, 3:10pm  

Yes, parents used to have chickenpox parties and similar. It worked.
22   Patrick   2022 Oct 25, 10:41pm  


To drive the death count as high as possible, directly harmful medical protocols were put in place including ventilators, which were known early on to have a death rate in Covid positive patients in the 90th percentile. My theory is not that Covid is necessarily even more lethal and deadly to the elderly so much is that those institutionalized, when removed from the watchful eye of family advocates, could have anything done to them with no pushback whatsoever. Midsalom? Starvation and thirst due to care workers abandoning their post? Remdesiver? Putting Covid positive back in care homes? Depression and loss of will to live due to isolation? It’s all a Covid death!
23   Patrick   2022 Oct 28, 6:12pm  


Recent data shows that early estimates of fatality in the covid pandemic over-predicted deaths by as much as tenfold in younger people

I think the exaggeration of risk was quite deliberate in order to push the utterly ineffective and highly dangerous vaxx.
24   mell   2022 Oct 28, 8:14pm  

Note that this isblikely for the whole population, incl. those with severe pre-existing conditions. That's why you have 3 deaths in 1 million for age 0-19. If you're generally healthy, not even fit, just healthy, and between 0-19, it's probably somewhere in between 1 in a million and 1 in 10 million. No jab is that "safe".
25   Patrick   2022 Nov 4, 2:01pm  


Massive Pandemic Data Fraud Exposed: 40% of ‘Covid Deaths’ Were Fabricated
26   Patrick   2022 Nov 8, 9:53am  


If all indications are correct, Election Day will see a massive red wave, sweeping Republicans into power in the House, Senate, governorships, and statehouses across the country. The mood will be grim for Democrats — the night is dark and the knives are long — but there is hope right around the corner in the form of a tool they have long had at the ready: the return of Covid.

Understand, there will be no actual return of Covid in anything resembling its initial offering. It is unlikely to kill more people than it has in recent months. But what will change is Democratic acceptance of the idea that Covid is over, or that it can no longer be used as justification for emergency steps and massive spending packages.

Joe Biden announced earlier this year that he considered the pandemic over, creating a potentially disastrous problem for Democrats. But this is easily dismissed. There is still a daily death toll, and CNN could begin tracking it again any minute now. The stakes remain high. Teachers must be protected. Distancing must be the norm. Biden’s own CDC director has gotten Covid approximately 400 times. And who’s to say there won’t be some new variant or mutation to highlight that ensures Anthony Fauci and his replacement a perpetual spot in the media cycle? ...

The point is not to actually save anyone, of course. It’s to keep Americans on a paranoid defensive emergency posture, where the elite powers that be know best. The voters are about to reject that very idea — it turns out they care more about the price of gas, milk, and turkeys than the umpteenth January 6 hearing — so they must be reminded of their place.
27   Patrick   2022 Nov 11, 7:19pm  


Australian Media: "Majestic Princess cruise with 800 COVID-19 patients set to dock in Sydney"
Three years later and the press is still reporting cruise ship outbreaks like they matter. I just want everything to stop being so stupid.

According to press reports, some of these 800 people feel mildly unwell, while others feel totally healthy. Nobody is dying or seriously ill in any way. Regardless of anybody’s actual medical condition, all 800 have been confined to quarters, while the rest of the passengers have been required to don masks, and – I swear this is real – “crew members have been advised to wear full PPE.”
28   Patrick   2022 Nov 14, 9:56am  

Really? Absolutely zero flu cases in 2020-21?
29   Patrick   2022 Nov 26, 7:34pm  


Did Any Women Die in 2020 Because Of Covid in Vermont?
Shockingly, the answer might actually be no.
30   Patrick   2022 Nov 26, 7:42pm  

This Twitter account is pretty good:


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