EXPLOSIVE coronavirus scam: Johns Hopkins professor uses CDC’s own data to show COVID deaths are exaggerated by the mainstream media
Genevieve Briand is the Assistant Director for the Applied Economics master’s degree program at JHU. She recently analysed data from the U.S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about the percentages of total deaths per age group from this year.
Based on the CDC data, 12 percent of total U.S. deaths from mid-March to mid-September (200,000 of 1.7 million) were listed as COVID-19-related. Now, given what we’re told about COVID-19 and its effect on vulnerable populations (e.g., the elderly and the infirm), you would expect to see an increased number of total deaths among older age groups during this time period.
That is, COVID-19 is supposedly killing elderly people at an “alarming rate” … so we should see more elderly people dying than usual … right?
But according to CDC data, Briand found, the rate of deaths among elderly Americans has stayed the same before and after the outbreak of the pandemic. In fact, the percentage of deaths in ALL age groups remained about the same!
What’s more, the number of deaths from other health conditions – including heart disease, cancer, and respiratory diseases like pneumonia and influenza – has decreased in the same amount of time. This downtrend is hugely atypical compared to other years.
Even more telling, Dr Briand points out, is that the total decrease in deaths by other causes is almost EXACTLY equal to the increase in deaths linked to COVID-19.
In other words, if COVID-19 were as deadly as the mainstream media wants us to believe, we would expect to see a net INCREASE in deaths – since people would still be dying from other chronic health conditions in addition to this new viral illness. But per the CDC’s own data, this simply isn’t what’s happening.
So, what is happening?
Dr Briand’s conclusion is that the CDC is simply classifying all deaths of people who test positive for COVID-19 as “COVID-19 deaths,” even if their true cause of death was another underlying chronic condition (to say nothing of the questionable validity of COVID-19 testing).
In other words, people who are actually dying of respiratory illnesses, heart disease, and other common chronic ailments but who also happen to test positive for SARS-CoV-2 are simply being listed as COVID-19 deaths across the board.
Could an infection with COVID-19 exacerbate a person’s underlying health condition and contribute to their demise? Yes, Dr Briand allows. But even still, there is “no evidence that COVID-19 created any excess deaths,” she states. “Total [annual U.S.] death numbers are not above normal death numbers.” This decrease in “all other death causes doesn’t give us a choice but to point to some misclassification.”
Dr Briand goes on to say that more research is needed to clarify the impact of COVID-19 on U.S. death rates. She and other supporters also add that this analysis shouldn’t be used as an attempt to make light of the COVID-19 pandemic as a whole.
But there’s no question that this gross misclassification of COVID-19 deaths calls into question the re-emerging lockdown measures; the wishful thinking of big pharma for mandatory vaccinations; and government overreach. Are we really destroying our economy and giving up our liberties over something that isn’t as deadly as we’re being led to believe?
This gross misclassification is also something that the mainstream media has decided the public doesn’t deserve to know about. Dr. Briand’s work is being censored and lambasted as “conspiratorial.” What do you think?