On this brief information report from Full Measure, Sharyl Attkisson interviews the coroner from Grand County, Colorado, the place a murder-suicide throughout Thanksgiving 2020 had been recorded as two COVID-19 deaths. Whereas outlandish, it has appeared from different studies across the nation1 and statements from the Colorado governor, this apply isn’t unusual.2
Within the early months of 2020, many within the mainstream information media laughingly referred to as issues that there have been extra deaths reported from COVID-19 than might be attributed to the illness a “loss of life toll conspiracy.”3 Rolling Stone reported this was led by conservative Republicans and “anti-vaxxers” who consider the numbers had been inflated.4
But, it was solely a number of brief months later that knowledge confirmed what many already knew: The quantity of people that died “from” COVID-19 we’re not the identical as those that died “with” COVID-19. The differentiation isn’t delicate. Within the first case, people died from the illness.
Nonetheless, within the second case, a person might have examined optimistic for COVID-19 inside the final 28 days however died from different well being circumstances, comparable to coronary heart illness, diabetes or finish stage most cancers.
Inaccurate and excessive false optimistic charges from PCR checks seemingly contributed to the variety of people who died “with” COVID-19. PCR checks use one thing referred to as “cycle thresholds” to search for optimistic circumstances. The upper the edge, the higher the chance a wholesome particular person is labeled as a COVID-19 “case.”5 In actuality, PCR testing isn’t a correct diagnostic software.6 But, it has supported the promoted narrative that the U.S. is affected by a rising variety of deaths.
Inflated COVID Demise Numbers Recorded in A number of Counties
In July 2021, Santa Clara and Alameda counties in California did an evaluation of the quantity of people that died from COVID-19. Santa Clara discovered a major discrepancy.7 The info didn’t change. The variety of precise deaths didn’t change. However the authorities discovered 22% of the deaths recorded from COVID-19 couldn’t be attributed to the virus.
The brand new numbers had been generated by counting solely these folks whose reason behind loss of life was ‘from’ the virus. They left off the individuals who had examined optimistic on the time of loss of life, however whose reason behind loss of life was not the results of an an infection from SARS-CoV-2. Within the month earlier than, Alameda County recounted their deaths and registered a drop of roughly 25%.8
Dr. Monica Gandy is an infectious illness skilled on the College of California San Francisco. She believes that it is vital to have an correct accounting of the reason for loss of life. She spoke with a reporter from CBS KPIX San Francisco and relatively optimistically believed the CDC “might quickly ask all counties to do the identical as Alameda and Santa Clara Counties and that the nation might additionally see a drop in its COVID-19 loss of life toll.”9
Within the Full Measure video above, Attkisson recounts the story from 2020 of the 2 deaths from gunshot wounds in Grand County, Colorado, that had been recorded as COVID-19 deaths.
The video additionally reveals that what was taking place in Grand County was taking place throughout the state. Dr. James Caruso, chief health worker and coroner for Denver, recounted listening to comparable tales from coroners in rural counties the place it was simpler to rapidly assess whether or not a loss of life was from COVID. He informed Attkisson:10
“I used to be informed by a few of my fellow coroners within the extra rural counties in Colorado that it was taking place to them, that they knew of points the place that they had signed out a loss of life certificates with maybe trauma concerned. They usually had been being suggested that it was being counted as a COVID-related loss of life.”
Caruso believes that early within the course of on the native degree, loss of life certificates are most likely accomplished precisely. However then, doubtlessly on the state or federal degree, there’s a risk that companies are cross-referencing COVID checks in opposition to loss of life certificates. Anybody who had examined optimistic is listed as a COVID-related loss of life, no matter how they died.
When Attkisson checked the tally of deaths in Grand County in July 2021, she discovered The New York Instances had over reported the deaths, together with the 2 gunshot wounds, one who had died outdoors of the county and two individuals who had been recorded as lifeless however had been alive.11
Merrit Linke is the chair of the Grand County Board of Commissioners. He and the opposite commissioners drafted and signed a letter that was despatched to the governor of Colorado. Primarily, the letter stated, “Hey, these numbers usually are not right. It isn’t proper. We should always report these appropriately, and please repair this.”12
The response was appalling. Brenda Bock is the nook for Grand County, and he or she additionally signed the letter with the commissioners. She recounted her dialog with the governor of Colorado to Attkisson, saying, “He informed me he did not consider it was proper, however he wasn’t going to have them take away it from the rely as a result of all the opposite states had been doing it that method so we had been going to additionally.”13
Monetary Incentives Probably Contributed to Inflated Numbers
The explanation different states had been over reporting COVID deaths, and perhaps the rationale the governor of Colorado wished to proceed, had been the monetary incentives provided to hospitals. As early as April 2020, some well being authorities had been suspicious that the COVID-19 loss of life counts had been padded.
Nonetheless, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the Nationwide Institute of Allergy and Infectious Illnesses (NIAID) and the chief medical adviser to the president, disregarded these questions, even after the CDC numbers had been referred to as into query later within the 12 months.14 A number of mainstream media additionally reported these suspicions had been a conspiracy idea.15,16
But, in June 2020, nurse Erin Olszewski gave first-hand testimony, sharing how monetary incentives had been on the coronary heart of analysis and mistreatment at a public hospital in Queens, New York.17 Olszewski was interviewed by The Press and the Public Venture as a part of the sequence “Views on the Pandemic.” Olszewski has an extended historical past of honorable service within the military.
She was deployed throughout Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. “A part of her duties concerned overseeing assist disbursement and enhancements to hospital services. Whereas within the nation she obtained the Military Commendation Medal for meritorious service and was wounded in fight.”18 She retired in 2012 to work as a civilian nurse and continued work as a medical freedom and knowledgeable consent advocate.
In response to Olszewski, sufferers who examined adverse had been routinely listed as optimistic and rapidly positioned on ventilators, a largely inappropriate remedy that ended up killing practically all of them. By August 2020,19 then-CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield admitted monetary insurance policies might have artificially inflated hospitalization charges and loss of life toll statistics.
In response to a query earlier than a Home panel committee requested by Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer, R-Mo., about potential “perverse incentives” that hospitals may need to change loss of life certificates, Redfield stated:20
“I feel you’re right in that we’ve seen this in different illness processes, too. Actually, within the HIV epidemic, anyone might have a coronary heart assault but additionally have HIV — the hospital would favor the [classification] for HIV as a result of there’s higher reimbursement.”
The Washington Examiner21 additionally reported that in August 2020 greater than 3,000 folks had been faraway from the loss of life rely in Texas after it was revealed they didn’t check optimistic however had been solely thought of a possible case.
CDC Now Counting Vaccination Deaths as Unvaccinated Sickness
The difficulty of inaccurately counting COVID-related deaths is continuous. Primarily based on statements made by Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention, it seems the CDC is manipulating statistics to create a false and inaccurate impression.
In a July 16, 2021, White Home Press briefing, she claimed “over 97% of people who find themselves getting into the hospital proper now are unvaccinated.”22 Only a few weeks later, she inadvertently revealed how the CDC got here by that statistic.23
The CDC took hospitalization and mortality knowledge from January via June 2021 to return to this conclusion. Nonetheless, throughout this timeframe, the general public within the U.S. weren’t vaccinated,24 so nearly all of folks within the hospital or who had died wouldn’t have obtained the vaccine.
The latest method that the CDC is enjoying with statistics is to rely anybody who has died inside the first 14 days post-injection as unvaccinated.25 This not solely artificially inflates the unvaccinated loss of life toll, but additionally artificially deflates the quantity of people that die because of the genetic remedy shot.
The overwhelming majority of deaths from the COVID jabs are taking place inside the first 2 weeks.26 These deaths at the moment are being recorded as an unvaccinated loss of life from COVID, relatively than being counted as a loss of life associated to a breakthrough an infection or vaccine damage.
This can be associated to the truth that public well being companies had been totally conscious of the anticipated unintended effects from the shot and that they might have decided these had been acceptable losses. In response to Slide 16 in an October 22, 2020, presentation to the FDA by the director of Biostatistics and Epidemiology on a few of the anticipated results included:27
Acute myocardial infarction (coronary heart assault)
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in kids
Vaccine enhanced illness
As you’ll be aware, many of those results from the shot are reported in rising numbers to the Vaccine Hostile Occasion Reporting System (VAERS).28 Moreover, the FDA added a warning to the Pfizer and Moderna pictures concerning the threat of coronary heart irritation and myocarditis.29
Simply days earlier than, the CDC introduced the advantages of the shot outweigh the chance of a “seemingly affiliation” between the pictures and myocarditis in in any other case wholesome younger folks.30 In June 2021, CNN31 reported the CDC had obtained 1,226 preliminary studies of youngsters with myocarditis or pericarditis via VAERS.
Curiously, the CDC discovered these numbers sufficient to challenge a warning however have utterly ignored the quantity who’ve died from the pictures. By October 22, 2021, VAERS had recorded 10,956 circumstances of “uncommon”32 myocarditis and 17,619 deaths from the shot.33
AMA Teaches Docs the Energy of Misinformation
Earlier than turning to your well being care skilled for correct data, it is vital to notice that the American Medical Affiliation is strongly advising docs to observe the corporate line. And the corporate line is stuffed with “language swaps,” samples of acceptable social media posts and knowledge on how you can deflect or redirect inquiries to push AMA acceptable content material.34
Deception has been the secret since lengthy earlier than the vaccine was launched. Because the push towards the “Nice Reset” continues on a number of fronts, it’s crucial that the medical institution stay on board with the identical rhetoric and unsubstantiated messages to drive concern and impair American’s important choice making.
The language swaps and pattern social media posts make the most of a strong software – phrases. Language is a strong technique to form actuality,35,36,37 as a result of it shapes how we take into consideration what we’re experiencing. As famous by storyteller and filmmaker Jason Silva:38
“Using language, the phrases you employ to explain actuality, can in reality engender actuality, can disclose actuality. Phrases are generative… We create and understand our actuality via language. We predict actuality into existence via linguistic development in real-time.”
For instance, “lockdown” appears like involuntary imprisonment imposed by a totalitarian regime, which is what it’s, whereas “stay-at-home order” sounds far much less draconian. In spite of everything, “house” is usually related to consolation and security. The AMA goes on to supply directions on how you can block, deflect and stall within the face of robust questions the place an sincere reply would possibly break the official narrative.
I encourage you to learn via Web page 8 of the information and take note of how these psychological tips are used when listening to interviews or studying the information.
The AMA’s steerage isn’t all dangerous. A few of its recommendation makes good sense. However the inclusion of language swaps that end in false statements being made, and instruments for steering, blocking, deflecting, redirecting and stalling to keep away from direct solutions do nothing however erode credibility and thus belief within the medical group.
After having gathered knowledge through the pandemic for roughly 19 months (March 2020 to October 2021) it’s crucial that the American folks start to query the variety of reported “circumstances” and deaths in a rustic the place medical care is reportedly higher and extra superior than many different international locations.
In different phrases, why does the U.S. lead the world in variety of deaths from an an infection?39 Would possibly it’s for a similar motive that Australia is in a tyrannical lockdown when their an infection charge is .6% and simply 1% of these contaminated have died? May there be a distinct agenda than what you’ve been led to consider?