US COVID Deaths In 2021 Have Surpassed 2020’s Total… Despite Vaccines, Treatments

by | Nov 24, 2021 | Headline News | 9 comments

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    This article was originally published by Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge. 

    EDITOR’S NOTE: This data is all based on the premise that the PCR tests are actually diagnostic tools (which they are not) and that SARS-CoV-2 has been isolated so it can be tested for (it has not) and that the vaccines are vaccines (they are not) and that the deaths are accurately being contributed to the common cold being called COVID-19 (they are not.)

    COVID-19 has killed more people in 2021 than in 2020.

    The virus was reported as the underlying cause of death (or a contributing cause of death) for an estimated 377,883 people in 2020, accounting for 11.3% of deaths, according to the CDC. As of Monday, more than 770,000 people have died from the coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University data. That means over 15,000 more people have died in 2021 than last year from COVID-19 – and there’s still more than a month left.

    This has happened despite the fact that last year no Americans were vaccinated (now 59% of all eligible Americans have had the “life-saving” jab) and some 17% have received booster shots…

    The 2021 U.S. death toll caught some doctors by surprise. They had expected vaccinations and precautionary measures like social distancing and scaled-down public events to curb the spread of infections and minimize severe cases. But, The Wall Street Journal has its own explanation, suggesting lower-than-expected immunization rates, as well as fatigue with precautionary measures like masks, allowed the highly contagious Delta variant to spread, largely among the unvaccinated, epidemiologists say.

    Among missteps, Dr. Abraar Karan, an infectious-diseases doctor at Stanford University, said, public-health officials failed to effectively communicate that the purpose of vaccines is to protect against severe cases of Covid-19 rather than to prevent the spread of infection entirely, which may have led some to doubt the effectiveness of the shots.

    CDC has an excuse too, claiming that there was a larger undercount of Covid-19 deaths in 2020, when the disease was newer and a scarcity of tests made confirming some infections difficult.

    Deaths remain concentrated in older people (81% of 2020 deaths were among people aged 65 and above, and 69% of the same cohort in 2021).

    Still could be worse (and still could be if this latest trend continues in the US)…

    “The vaccine is not a panacea,” said Ana Bento, an epidemiologist at Indiana University-Bloomington.

    Well, that’s pretty clear now, eh!?

    This wasn’t supposed to happen…


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      1. No surprises; anyone who one died of a COVID vax injury with COVID would be counted as a COVID death.

        Be wary of germ theory denialists who insist SARS CoV-2 doesn’t exist. Denialists are the other end of the COVID-1984 death spectrum.

        Vaxxing, social distancing, and lockdown extremisms are deadly, but so is taking no precautions at all against SARS CoV-2 as one would against a cold or flu.

        At least, wash hands regularly but not obsessively, make sure through diet and/or supplements to get vitamins D, C, K and B12 with zinc.

        SARS CoV-2 is a real virus that has been repeatedly isolated and studied by virologists. It can kill as readily as a cold or flu.

        Germ theory denialists demanding ‘pure’ samples mostly understand in private their demand is oxymornic and disingenuous, a willful deception leading people down a dark path.

        Apart from the mindless repeater NPCs, the demand for a ‘pure’ and ‘isolated’ COVID-19 sample is a dead giveaway to knowing COINTELPRO deception.

        Viruses are simply not alive. Viruses need a living cell to activate and replicate within. This makes ‘pure’, ‘isolated’ samples of many viruses and other pathogens impossible to stabilize and preserve with current (publicly known) technology.

        Its like trying to catch a computer virus that self-destructs or similarly clever malware. A ‘pure’ viral code could never be ‘isolated’ if it depends on being part of legit code to even exist.

        PCR tests are valuable diagnostic tools when used properly – to screen for potential infections. Lab tests are very expensive so the cheaper PCR test is used. That’s it.

        A positive PCR only suggests a more expensive lab diagnosis is needed to confirm infection. A negative PCR test, means nothing.

        The PCR test was wildly misused not only to to inflate COVID numbers but convince people to drop their guard on a negative test.

        Its not impossible to catch COVID and a cold and something else at the same time; that’s what co-morbidities are all about. However, it should be self-evident the fewer potential morbidities one is walking around with, the better one’s health.

        Those that believe SARS CoV-2 is the perfect Globalist bioweapon, say so because the virus injures society and becomes economically and socially crippling.

        This is the same philosophy behind the NATO 5.56×45 (.223) round; less lethal but more crippling, but it can still kill.

        • Ya that’s why I prefer the 7.62. Cheaper, available, deadlier, more reliable. For further out the .300 win mag, 30-06, .243. For close quarters I like the Saiga 12 with 3 inch mags and #4 buckshot. That right there is one can of asswhoopin’ you aint gonna live through. The .357 mag is a great and accurate round with very high 1 shot stopping power. Carry on….

          • Hey G, Hows the great white north? Here in Central N FL, mid 70’s again today and sunny. My Off grid Solar is still cranking out power. No Utility Bill here at the BOL in nearly 7 years. DO the math on that savings. And I am still using my original Lead Acid Batteries. My next set, I will be looking at Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries. I here they may last up to 15 years. Cost unknown. Just starting to shop it. Any suggestions?

            Keep in mind the: NATO 5.56×45 (.223) round; with the Steel Penetrator projectile and moving at 3200 fps, will pierce armor body plates and do its job.

            Even back when I lived in Wisc and deer hunting we hunted with 30-30 which is good for punching through thick brush.. And reminds me of the 7.62, and we also used 30-06 good for range shots. I dropped a buck 365 paces one opening morning at daylight, across a large open field. very effective. Know all the ballistic ranges with bullet drop and with wind-age charts for each of your calibers. Keep those laminated charts fastened to your rifle butts.

            Just make sure all your scopes are sighted in. Last night I replaced all my CR123 batteries in my liberty tool EOTech optics and front mounted gun laser lights. The batteries do wear down over time. I need to order more batteries for another 10 year back up.

            • Hey Thar, Sounds like the batteries you have were good ones. I don’t like lithium batteries because they are way expensive and won’t charge below freezing (I know you don’t have that issue). Since you use them at your home where occasional watering isn’t an issue I recommend the US Battery HC XC L-16 420ah batteries. I have 8 of these and going on year #8 they hold a charge damm near as good as new. I expect them to last me 12+ years. I have had a BLS desulphator on them since day1 (extremely recommended). I paid like 275 each for them in late 2013. They are probably around 340 now. They are by FAR the best batteries for the money and power storage. I have a couple of offgrid friends that took my advice and got them too and they love them! Get the desulphator (bls) not some knockoff brand and you will be set for many years. I run 2 refrigerators, a freezer, swamp cooler, pellet stove, fans, pumps, tools, tv, stereo, lights, etc. If you manage your usage wisely you won’t go below 20% DOD. I have about 1760 watts of panels which keeps up with everything during daylight. Hope this helps, good to see you.

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      2. Any non-paid of virologist will tell you these fake vaccines are cause of the spread.

      3. Here where I live, they are now giving out vax cards that you get punched every time you get a booster.

        Five punches gets you a Pfiizer refrigerator magnet and 10 gets you a Dr. Fauci beer koozie.

      4. “Deaths remain concentrated in older people (81% of 2020 deaths were among people aged 65 and above, and 69% of the same cohort in 2021).

        Still could be worse (and still could be if this latest trend continues in the US)…”

        Count on it.

        And you can take that to the bank (Federal Reserve).

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