The fact that over 800,000 people in the United States have reportedly died from COVID-19 is barely noted by the corporate propagandists, no doubt because it isn’t politically useful now that Bad Orange Man is gone. Or it could be that the media doesn’t want to highlight yet another failure of the woefully incompetent Biden Administration with Grandpa Dementia barely cracking the 40 point approval mark. 

If Trump were still in the White House, we all know 800,000 deaths would have been trumpeted on every front page, the topic of every single leftist outlet’s headline for weeks. CNN would have already resurrected their morbid death count ticker claiming that every single death was due to great and terrible Trump.

The fact is 800,000 is probably inflated, much like everything else in this country right now. We have long suspected that hospitals and hospices have attributed more deaths to COVID than is accurate (particularly since they were literally financially incentivized to do so). You got hit by a bus? We’d better mark you down as another COVID death just to be on the safe side. Five gunshot wounds but positive for COVID? COVID for sure. Motorcycle crash death? Clearly the damnable COVID took another soul in mid-ride. Knife to the heart? COVID. Stage 4 cancer? COVID. 

The real question we need answered is whether people are dying with COVID or from it. Some of us have been asking for that debate since the spring of 2020. Plenty of people have gotten it and have recovered. Plenty of people have gotten it and died, but there were other factors leading to their deaths such as pneumonia, a weakened immune system or some other condition. Some doctors have suggested that the COVID deaths among otherwise healthy people with no underlying conditions or serious comorbidities is probably in the one percent range, or 8,000 total since this all began (let that sink in when you consider the utter carnage of our economy and small businesses). The CDC stats show very clearly that 94 percent of the individuals who supposedly died from COVID did so, on average, with three serious comorbidities. In fact, a lot of those comorbidities can probably be traced back to something most people don’t want to talk about: obesity.

 

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