June 4th 2020
We've pointed out since March that predictions on mortality rates related to the China Coronavirus were garbage. Now we know without a doubt that the much of the coronavirus data is garbage as well.
We now know that the catastrophic mortality rates sold to the American public by the WHO, Dr. Fauci and later by Dr. Birx were a massively flawed.
We were first to report that the Director General of the WHO on March 3, 2020 set off the global panic with his highly flawed anaysis that the coronavirus had a 3.4% mortality rate:
While many people globally have built up immunity to seasonal flu strains, COVID-19 is a new virus to which no one has immunity. That means more people are susceptible to infection, and some will suffer severe disease.
Globally, about 3.4% of reported COVID-19 cases have died. By comparison, seasonal flu generally kills far fewer than 1% of those infected.
Doctors Fauci and Birx were next to push ridiculous and highly exaggerated mortality numbers related to the coronavirus and taken from Imperial College study that 2.2 million were going to die in the US from the virus.:
** Dr. Tony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx used the Imperial College Model to persuade President Trump to lock down the ENTIRE US ECONOMY.
** The fraudulent model predicted 2.2 million American deaths from the coronavirus pandemic
** The authors of the Imperial College Model shared their findings with the White House Coronavirus task force in early March
** Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx then met with President Trump privately and urged him to shut down the US economy and destroy the record Trump economy based on this model
** A new critique of the Imperial College Model finds the study is "completely unusable for scientific purposes" - The Imperial College study is a complete sham
** Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx pushed a garbage model on the White House and the American public and destroyed the US economy
Now we have evidence that the current data behind the China coronavirus is garbage as well.
We have reported that the actual data related to the coronavirus is questionable in many ways. Today we provide more evidence to back up out statements.
For starters we know the data reported by the media is garbage because it has consistently reported 20,000 more cases in the US than the CDC is reporting. We also know that the CDC includes all deaths in their reporting that are even suspected of being linked to the China coronavirus. This adds a huge number of deaths to the coronavirus numbers.
But when analyzing the data used by the media for reporting on the coronavirus, we see many questionable and clearly inaccurate numbers included in their totals. The media uses the data coming from one of a few sources. One of the sources is the Worldometer coronavirus reporting. This site is managed by a company from China.
The worldometer reports the following as of this morning, June 4th, 2020, for the top 50 countries in number of cases reported:
Here are some observations on the data reported to date:
1 The total number of deaths as a percent of world population is less than 0.001% - this is nowhere close to the death rates of the Spanish flu in the early 1900's.
2 There is no estimate of the number of individuals who have captured the coronavirus but who haven't been tested. The 6 million reported with the virus is only those that have been confirmed. Like the flu, the number of individuals who have caught the coronavirus but who have not been tested is likely in the millions. This type of estimate has taken place in parts of the US where the mortality rate when including these projections is close to that of the flu.
3 The number of individuals who still have the coronavirus after being tested is clearly not managed in the US. There has been an effort to only capture cases and record deaths. Clearly, the number of individuals who still have active symptoms of the coronavirus is not over a million, based on reasonable observations.
4 The US has 28% of recorded deaths worldwide but only 4.25% of the world's population. Clearly the US is over-reporting and the rest of the world is likely under-reporting. We know this because the US has much better health care than any country in the world, but especially compared to countries like Indonesia or Pakistan. Their number of deaths are at 0% of the number reported worldwide which is clearly not accurate.
5 The US clearly is doing more testing than any other country by far. Only Russia has more than 10,000,000 individuals tested other than the US (19,000,000).
6. China's numbers are total garbage. They had more than 70,000 cases identified in February but only have 80,000 cases identified as of today which is very suspect. China also reports only 4,600 total deaths. These numbers make no sense.
7. Overall, the Western countries have many more tests, cases and deaths reported than the rest of the world. Is this accurate? If it is, it would indicate that at certain temperature and humidity is where the coronavirus thrives the most (the green area below). This indicates that China's numbers are incorrect and the coronavirus will die out in the warmer and drier summer months in the Northern Hemisphere. But no one is reporting this:
8 Data is not provided worldwide on the ages of individuals who have died and on the number of co-morbidities those who died suffered from at death. We know that this was a pandemic that attacked the old and sickly and yet this was rarely, if ever, communicated to the public. This led to policies that impacted entire populations and not those most at risk. (Aside from New York's murderous policies of sending covid infected individuals into elderly homes.)
The predictions and reporting on the China coronavirus are so flawed that it almost seems that there was an effort to create panic and not share the truth about the real ramifications of this pandemic.
This should be investigated further as millions of good people around the globe forfeited fortunes in efforts to comply with recommended practices, which we now know were exaggerated, dangerous and not risk based.
Hat tip Hank
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