Apr 21 • 17M

Ep. 100 - Shocking Number of American Deaths Revealed!

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It's shocking really.

*NOTE: The numbers below are inaccurate; please click here for corrected calculations.
**Even with the corrected numbers, the US still has a shocking 16% of worldwide deaths.
***Thus, the points made in the podcast are still valid, even with the wrong numbers.

The United States is home to a mere 4% of the world's population. We spend more money on healthcare than any other nation. At 16.9% of GDP our healthcare spending is almost double the average of other developed countries.

Our well-funded, world-class healthcare system has administered more COVID-19 vaccines than all other countries except India and China, which have significantly higher populations. As a result, we have more vaccinated people in America, than in any other developed nation.

Given our relatively small percentage of the world's population, the superior amount of money we spend on healthcare, and our easy access to vaccinations, one might expect that the U.S. would have fared fairly well throughout the COVID-19 pandemic -- meaning less people should have died, because we have high sanitation, excellent healthcare facilities, and readily available access to free testing and vaccinations across the country.

So, how did we do? There are only two numbers that really tell the story:

  • There have been 1,971,135 total deaths from COVID-19 in the world.  

  • There have been 987,034 total deaths from COVID-19 in the United States.

[**Please note, I realized a little too late, that the world figure above is actually only for Europe, not the entire population. I’ve apologized and provided revised calculations here.]

What those numbers tell us is shocking: The United States accounts for more than HALF of all the deaths from COVID-19 in the entire world. --mic drop--

It's flabbergasting. It's mind-boggling. It's frightening. It's unbelievably insane!!!

How can this be? This doesn't make sense! What in the world is going on here?! Could there be some reasonable explanation for this complete and utter failure to protect our people? Could there be some logical justification for this outrageous discrepancy? How do we explain these data, and what do they really mean?

Fortunately friends, there is a rational explanation. The CDC admits that over 95% of all deaths from COVID-19 were due to underlying conditions -- that is, over 95% of reported COVID-19 deaths, were actually deaths from other causes.

This is why they were recently forced to revise their numbers and dramatically reduce the covid death counts. They claimed this stunning miscalculation was driven by a coding error -- as opposed to say, being driven by an urge to create panic, justify lockdowns, and convince people to willingly take an experimental vaccine that has no long term studies and has shown to cause severe side-effects and death in some two million people.

We are constantly being asked to trust the science. We are told to trust the government, trust the CDC, trust Dr. Fauci, trust Joe Biden -- trust everyone except anyone who says anything different than what the government tells them to say.

Least of all should we trust in our instinct, our intuition, or our intelligence, which might mistakenly cause us to trust in the preponderance of evidence, irrefutable data, and professional opinions that destroy the official covid narrative. We should never trust unsanctioned truth, even when it leaps off the page and smacks us in the face.

The good news is, even with the wildly inflated numbers, even though 4% of the world's population, in the most medically advanced country, is said to account for over 50% of all covid deaths in the whole entire world -- all those 987,034 deaths were only 0.29% of the American population.

That means that the 99.7% of us who have survived this pandemic can rejoice, and be grateful that this entire planned shamdemic was nowhere as bad as it seemed!

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