Covid-19 lies destroyed, 1.3 % of Covid pneumonia flu deaths for week ending July 4, Deaths plummeted, Cases indicative of increased testing, Prove less fatal
“The (American) press, which is mostly controlled by vested
interests, has an excessive influence on public opinion.”… Albert Einstein
“There were 58,148 total deaths the week ending 2/1/2020, pre Covid-19, in the middle of winter and flu season. There were 15,221 total deaths the week ending 6/20/2020”…Citizen Wells
“We are being lied to on a scale unimaginable by George Orwell.”…Citizen Wells
All you hear from the lying fake news media and ill informed politicians is about the uptick in Covid-19 cases.
Well duh! Of course.
From day one they have screamed about the need for more testing.
All this proves is that Covid-19 is less fatal to folks under 55 with no severe pre existing conditions and folks not in unprotected nursing homes.
For the week ending July 4, 2020, of the deaths from Covid-19, pneumonia and flu, only 1.3 % were from Covid-19!!
From the CDC for the week ending July 4, 2020.
0-24 …..143 ……….0
25-34…. 219……… 0
35-44…. 299……… 5
45-54….. 639……. 13
55-64… 1,558……. 12
65-74… 2,498……. 51
75-84…. 3,303…… 41
84-on…. 4,655…… 55
From The Blaze.
“Horowitz: The media’s coronavirus con: Would you rather be Florida/Texas or NY/NJ?
From listening to the mindless tropes from fact-free media headlines, one would think that all the Southern states are now at least as bad as New York was in March, if not worse; that the virus is intensifying; that it’s all taking place in states that didn’t lock down properly or long enough; and that the virus re-emerged because lockdowns were lifted, despite the funny timing of this “surge.” As such, only indefinite lockdowns can save us.
In fact, most of the surge is superficial and illusory, built on numerous accounting gimmicks. In addition, the virus is weakening more than ever; even the worst states are better than New York was; the superficial surge affects the states that were never hard-hit – both lockdown and non-lockdown states alike; the timing does not coincide with the reopening but with other factors; and the biggest factors driving it – border medical tourism, illegal alien agriculture workers, and possibly rioters – are completely ignored by the same people who are screaming “Coronavirus!” in a crowded theater.”
From Rush Limbaugh.
“COVID Deaths Plummet, But the So-Called News Remains Negative”
“The number of deaths associated with COVID-19 are way down. It’s why they’re not being reported. The game here is to scare you into siding up with a new lockdown. They want you to hear all these brand-new numbers of cases as deaths. But deaths are down. The curve was flattened.”
“RUSH: Okay. So back to the theme, we don’t know what to believe. The news is conflicting with seemingly every report. We’re being inundated with news reports daily, hourly, on the record number of cases. We are, thus, to assume that those cases equal death, either now or eventually. And yet the actual percentage, number of deaths is declining, is declining so rapidly that the CDC says we may not even be near epidemic, much less pandemic, circumstances here.
Now, contrast that. Here’s some headlines from just the past couple days in the Drive-By Media. CNN: “As Trump gaslights America about coronavirus, Republicans face a critical choice.”
NPR: “Despite rising coronavirus cases, Trump’s focus appears to be elsewhere.”
Slate.com: “The economy is not going back to normal.”
From the BBC: “Coronavirus, FDA chief refuses to back Trump’s vaccine prediction.”
CNN: “U.S. is still knee-deep in the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, Fauci says.”
New York Times: “How America lost the war on COVID-19.”
Not a single hint of optimism. Just a never-ending, relentless pessimism about COVID-19 politicized to the max to make Trump look like a fool or a sociopath. That’s the express purpose. And it extends to issues beyond the virus in terms of what’s true, what isn’t, and most of it isn’t.”
Covid-19, pneumonia and flu all diseases that should be taken seriously.
But we don’t go around screaming “the sky is falling” every flu season.
Deaths are the apples in the apples to apples comparisons and reveal the ultimate impact of these diseases.