Every element of the coronavirus hoax is a massive scandal, but at the root of it is the massively inflated death toll. That is the big lie around which everything else is based, because the basis for all of this is the idea that the virus is super-duper dangerous.
Officials in Orange County, Florida have confirmed that a motor accident death was initially included into the coronavirus death toll. It was later struck off the list, but not until authorities were challenged by the media.
Florida Department of Health in Orange County announced on Saturday that it no longer counts the death of a man aged in his 20s in a motorcycle accident as a coronavirus fatality.
The case “was reviewed and he was taken off the list for Covid fatalities,” Kent Donahue, spokesman for Orange County Health Officer Dr Raul Pino, told Fox35, which initially broke the story after perusing lists of official Covid-19 victims provided by the state.
In its report on Thursday, the Fox News subsidiary said that they stumbled upon several oddities when combing through the data, and decided to confront Pino about the deaths of two young individuals in their 20s that stood out from the rest.
Perhaps to their surprise, journalists got a straight-up admission from Pino that the death was included into the coronavirus toll in an apparent blunder.
“The first one didn’t have any… the first one, he died in a motorcycle accident,” he said. When asked whether the county removed the man’s death off the list of Covid-19 fatalities, Pino raised even more eyebrows, saying that they “were arguing… with the state” about the issue.
“We were arguing, discussing, or trying to argue with the state. Not because of the numbers. It’s 100… it doesn’t make any difference if it’s 99. But the fact that the individual didn’t die from Covid-19… died in a crash.”
The official then appeared to backtrack on his initial comment, saying that one could theoretically argue that the fact that the man was Covid-19 positive could have led to the crash.
“But you could actually argue that it could have been the Covid-19 that caused him to crash. I don’t know the conclusion of that one.”
That is a simply incredible statement from a public official.
Also incredible is the fact that Raul Pino is a plastic surgeon who became the county’s top health official. (No wonder things have gone tits up in Orlando, amirite?)
For the big months, March, April and May, they were counting basically everyone who died as a coronavirus death.
Some guy who fell down and hit his head and died of brain-bleeding was counted.
When the New York Times published a big list, they included a guy who was shot to death.
(Possibly, the fact that the New York Times editors somehow ended up printing the headline “US Deaths Near 100,000, An Incalculable Loss” is something we need to give some serious consideration to. Are they mocking the goyim, or is this the level that they themselves are now at)?
Madam Birx herself publicly stated that if a person has coronavirus and they die, they are a coronavirus death.
She stated that when there were basically no tests, so they were just saying anyone who had shortness of breath before death died of coronavirus.
Furthermore, the CDC literally incentivized hospitals to lie about coronavirus deaths. First, the government forced them to shut down everything but coronavirus facilities, then they gave them extra money if someone died of coronavirus. The hospitals were ordering doctors that whenever possible they needed to put coronavirus as the cause of death, even if there was no test.
We don’t have any idea how many people actually died of the disease. I actually am wondering if anyone died without co-morbidities. There is thus far no evidence that anyone did die without co-morbidities.
In March, when we were first starting to go nuts in America, Italy admitted that over 99% of deaths were with co-morbidities.
You would think that the fraction of a percent that didn’t have co-morbidities probably just had ones that weren’t known of.
The fact that they had co-morbidities doesn’t mean that coronavirus wasn’t the primary cause of death, of course. In some cases, such as when the obese die from it, coronavirus is the primary cause of death and it is fair enough to record it that way.
Again: there is literally no way to know how many people died. However, if we were using the same standards that we use for people dying of the flu, I suspect that would remove between 85% and 90% of the current count in America.
It is such a massive lie that normal people could not possibly be expected to process it.
I’ve become so exhausted by this. I feel like I’m screaming into a vacuum. I just cannot comprehend that the overwhelming majority of people still believe in this hoax, and it really does speak to my theories about normies being utterly incapable of any form of independent thought or critical thinking on any scale at all.