The Mortality Reporting in the MSM Related to the Coronavirus Is Overstated and Needs to be Audited – Death Rates Are Going Down Not Up
There is something very wrong with the reporting related to the China coronavirus. Current reporting is manipulated in an effort to keep the virus alive and the the media regurgitates these numbers in constant negative over-the-top reporting. These numbers need to be audited now.
We’ve reported on the fraudulent reporting related to the China coronavirus in the past, for example:
1. Deaths unrelated to the coronavirus like motorcycle accidents and gun shot wounds are reported as COVID-19 related deaths.
2. Deaths where the China coronavirus is assumed to be related are counted as COVID-19 deaths, even though no formal evidence is obtained.
3. Related to the above, only around 1% of all Coronavirus deaths have no additional co-morbidity. This means that nearly all of the COVID deaths had other symptoms along with the coronavirus. But when reporting on mortality of COVID-19, this is for the most part ignored.
4. We also have noted that COVID-19 overall mirrors the mortality rates of a bad flu season. Based on current data the current mortality rates from the China coronavirus are within expectations for an above-average flu season with the exception of New York and New Jersey.
So based on all this information, why is it that the public is still so scared of the China coronavirus?
Of course, the main reason COVID-19 is still a major concern in America is because the MSM reports on it day in and day out based on fraudulent data they are being provided.