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Johns Hopkins Study Suggests Covid-19 Death Toll is Misleading

It was bound to come out sooner or later: Deaths from Covid-19 are not exactly as they seem. A study published November 22 by The Students of Johns Hopkins states, “[T]he COVID-19 death toll is misleading.”

Researchers studied number and causes of deaths from 2014 through 2020, and found no increase in the number of deaths in the United States. Was there an increase of deaths associated with Covid? No brainer. But the US experienced a decrease in deaths from other causes.

The researchers found, “there was a significant decrease in deaths due to heart disease. Even more surprising, as seen in the graph below, this sudden decline in deaths is observed for all other causes.

What’s more, Genevieve Briand, the chief researcher, found no increase in the rate of deaths for senior citizens, those most affected by the Sars-CoV-2 virus. The following chart shows percentage of total deaths per age grouping from February 1, 2020 (before Covid-19 started killing people off) and September 5 (well after the “first wave” came and went.)

Anyone with an ounce of intellectual honesty will want to read this report for him/herself. You can find it here.

PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE:
It is the opinion of this writer that the entire world has been bamboozled by the Global Medical Establishment / Medical Industrial Complex. For those who prefer a more formal phrasing, that means we’ve all been deceived by underhanded methods. AKA duped … or hoodwinked. DECEIVED.

I’ll give you three guesses as to why.
Guess 1: $
Guess 2: $$
Guess 3: $$$

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About Daniel Bobinski and the New Book of Daniel blog:

For 30+ years, Daniel Bobinski was a management / leadership coach and corporate trainer. He’s also a certified behavioral analyst, NYT best-selling and award-winning author, and long-time columnist on workplace issues.

In 2019 Daniel decided to start writing about news & politics, penning a weekly column for UncoverDC, where he serves as assistant editor. He also writes for RedState.

Daniel is a veteran and a self-styled Christian libertarian who believes in the principles of free market capitalism while standing firmly against crony capitalism.

To connect with Daniel, use @newbookofdaniel on Twitter and/or Parler. You can also follow him on Facebook, but lately he’s decided to be more active on MeWe.

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