Back in May the media had finally started reporting what we had been saying from the start: the overwhelming majority of coronavirus deaths were among the very old.

We knew this from the data from both China and Italy, before America ever went into lockdown. The media didn’t ever outright deny this fact, but there was an underlying message to everything that they reported that anyone could get this virus and die, when in fact, according to their own fake statistics, if a healthy person catches the virus, then gets such a bad case that they have to go to the hospital, they have less than a 1/1000 chance of dying. As very few young people would be hospitalized for the virus, the likelihood is that if a healthy young person catches it, he has about a 1/100,000 chance of dying and not everyone even gets it at all.

They don’t want you to think “this virus could kill my grandma, who’s been having a pretty hard time anyway…” – they want you to think “this virus could kill me…!”

There are allegedly still healthy people under the age of 65 in America who are living in fear of this virus.

The media created this fear, which was never warranted, and yet they apparently do not feel as though they have an obligation to tell people that their hysteria was unwarranted, and the threat was always primarily to the very old and secondarily to those with chronic illness.

Even if the media admits that old people are the ones dying, they are not attempting to correct the record in the minds of the people.

New York Times:

At least 25,600 residents and workers have died from the coronavirus at nursing homes and other long-term care facilities for older adults in the United States, according to a New York Times database. The virus so far has infected more than 143,000 at some 7,500 facilities.

Nursing home populations are at a high risk of being infected by — and dying from — the coronavirus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, is known to be particularly lethal to older adults with underlying health conditions, and can spread more easily through congregate facilities, where many people live in a confined environment and workers move from room to room.

While just about 10 percent of the country’s cases have occurred in long-term care facilities, deaths related to Covid-19 in these facilities account for a third of the country’s pandemic fatalities.

The Times went on to admit that most of the states were not giving out comprehensive data on deaths from the virus, so they had to come to their conclusion that 33% of the deaths were taking place in nursing homes.

I do not think I could be accused of being overly conspiratorial if I wondered aloud whether or not the New York Times was not faking this number, when in fact the percentage of deaths that were taking place at nursing homes was significantly higher.

Of course, the official numbers are completely discredited and irrelevant at this point, so talking about them at all has become about as serious as discussing the true number of people killed on Holocaust rollercoasters at Auschwitz.

The CDC had ordered hospitals to record as many deaths as possible as coronavirus deaths. Madam Birx has admitted that they include anyone who has the virus and dies as dying from the virus.

This has led to people who fell off ladders and hit their heads, went to the hospital, got infected at the hospital, and died from the head injury while infected, being included in the statistics.

(By the way, I make boomer Facebook memes now – please share them).

This was the total number of deaths, at the time, according to the government:

The real death toll could have been half that. It could have been a third of that. It could have been even less.

We do not have any idea. There was zero oversight. The media was not investigating and still isn’t.

But we know from their own statements and official methodology that the death toll is fake.

I wouldn’t be surprised if 90% of deaths were in nursing homes.

The fact of reality is this:

Most of us don’t know anyone who has died from this virus. For those of us who do know someone who’s died from this virus, it is always either someone very old or someone who otherwise has serious health problems, or was in an accident (people who get in car crashes and then get the virus in the hospital and died from their injuries are being included, according to reports, just like the guy who fell down and died of a head injury).

So, what we are all seeing does not jive with the claim by the Jew media that this is a massive crisis.

Eventually, the haze of hysteria is going to clear when people simply look around themselves and see that the thing they are claiming is happening on the media is not happening around them.

That is my advice for trying to wake people up to the truth of this hoax: tell them to look around and ask if they see people dying on a mass scale from this virus, as the media is claiming. They might not wake up to the hoax right then, or even this month, but it will stick with them.

As more and more people wake up to the fact that this was a hoax and also begin to grasp just how disastrous it has been, more and more people are going to start attending protests against the government that did this to us. We need to be there to support the people.