The Center for Disease Control (CDC) released COVID-19 death toll numbers. They are much different than what mainstream media and local governments report. Nearly every television station reports the COVID-19 death toll in the US as somewhere around 65,000. But the CDC reports approximately 35,000. That’s a tremendous difference. So why the disparity?
White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator – Dr. Birx – has already gone on record to say that any death of a person with COVID diagnosis will be counted as COVID death. But that does not mean each person in those cases died of COVID.
65,000 people died of pneumonia since February 1, 2020. Are these numbers being counted as COVID deaths because they are happening simultaneously with COVID and flu? That’s possible.
Influenza is, of course, still around and people continue to die from that. But at a suspiciously low death rate. 80,000 people in the United States died of the flu in the 2017-2018 winter season. The CDC reports only 5,900 deaths from the flu since February 1, 2020.
Adding up all of the COVID, pneumonia, and flu cases still only net around 90,000 deaths since February 1, 2020. Which is not far from the influenza numbers a couple of winters ago.
Do the aforementioned numbers call for the total shutdown of an economy? Possible global food shortage and famine in very poor countries? The answer must be no. If there was no overreaction in 2017-2018 winter over influenza then there should be no overreaction for COVID.
An expert-backed study reveals that the current “pandemic” could last for two more years. Even with social distancing and moderate restrictions. Why? Experts say that in order to get beyond pandemic levels, people must develop a herd immunity. Meaning… 60% to 70% of the population needs to be exposed and/or infected with the virus.
A certain network banned Diamond and Silk because they spoke of the benefits of herd immunity. Will the unmentioned network now apologize? Doubtful.
Cries of “stay home” and “don’t be selfish” seem to echo in all corners of American society. But regular, upstanding citizens have had enough. No more lies, no more twisted statistics. No more playing politics with lives. It is now time to stand up and say no more.
The virus numbers don’t add up and the numbers in people’s everyday personal lives aren’t adding up as a result. It is time to reopen and stop the madness.