posted on Jun, 7 2021 @ 06:34 AM
Oh boy! I had a feeling we would start to see this kind of stuff start to emerge from the bogs. After putting people into nursing homes to boost
initial deaths, they loosened the idea of what a covid death was... Then it eventually morphed into doctors using "best guess" to tell if someone
died because of covid. Yet, they were counted on CNN like it was a telethon raising money for babies with cancer...
I'm sure that if you go through each county and re count the deaths that many many more would be like Alameda county. If you were to take the 597,000
deaths and remove 20% of the inflated numbers you not only eliminate over 110,000 cases.. You also drop the death rate from a 1.7% to 1.4%...
Remember, these are the same numbers that shaped botched policies. While you could be chastised for not confirming to the "science" TPTB has been
inflating these numbers.
Alameda County Link
How did they do it? If you remember, hospitals had to stop all elective procedures due to the worries about bed spaces and number of ventilators on
hand. Those elective procedures were about 60% of a hospitals revenue. This brings in botched policy #1 :
CDC vital stat reporting guidance
On page 2, paragraph 5 you will see the CDC guide doctors to use "best guess" to determine whether doctors felt that the patient died from
Then, with the addition of botched policy #2 you see that the addition of covid patients to nursing homes ended up accounting for over 70% of all
covid deaths in Pennsylvania at the time.
a botched policy
To me is so sad how people will suck on the narrative from the teet as if it were some sort of all being life source.. With all of this known and now
Fauci's emails hitting the fan I'm sure that this was all a sham.