Regarding COVID-19, Anthony Fauci recently warned “there’s no running away from the numbers.” Which numbers?
Every year, about 2.8 million Americans die. Nearly 75 percent (2.1 million) are over 65. And 1.4 million die in hospitals.
No leading cause of death is contagious: heart disease, accidents, cancers, stroke, diabetes, obesity, upper respiratory illness, and Alzheimer’s.
Deaths blamed on so-called COVID-19 “complications” are provided daily with amazing precision, not available for any other cause of death. Over 360,000 deaths were allegedly “caused” by some novel virus.
Beginning last March, the CDC declared anyone – especially seniors with preexisting illnesses – who tested positive on an
irregular, unreliable nasal swab AND sometime afterwards died from one of those common leading causes, was reclassified and
declared “COVID19 death.”
Public health officials cannot specify exactly what those clinical “complications” were. Simply testing positive on a nasal test now
gets someone listed as “having” COVID-19. Such contrived numbers must skyrocket.
Despite the catastrophic failure of masks, lockdowns and social distancing to contain COVID-19 in any measurable way, public
health officials stubbornly defend those futile efforts. Their refusal to acknowledge errors while dismissing alternative perspectives
are hallmarks of an anti-science, authoritarian mindset.
Like someone trying to avoid drowning by foolishly clinging to rocks on the river’s bottom, conventional defenders of the
COVID-19 orthodoxy loathe second opinions and denounce anyone who asks questions.
The good news is old news. The end of COVID-19 is as near as recognizing the commonsense explanation for what continues to
cause deaths in America.
— Charles Geshekter, Chico