Death Rates SOAR: Insurance Anomalies in the Time of Wuflu

The impact of the Wuflu scam will be felt for some time. And Leftists haven’t played this hand out to the bitter end.

While their lies about the numbers continue to reveal themselves, more reckoning beckons.

According to HuffPo, insurance rates show massive anomalies:

As the pandemic enters its second year running, the number of deaths the virus has caused is likely much greater than official numbers indicate, setting a historic record.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) explains that excess deaths are associated with COVID-19 directly or indirectly, typically defined as the difference between the observed number of deaths in specific time periods and the expected number of deaths in the same time periods.

Currently, since Feb. 1, 2020, the CDC estimates there have been 942,431 excess deaths in the U.S.

That’s a staggering amount, as J Scott Davison, CEO of insurance company OneAmerica, explained during a health care conference organized by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce this week. Davison said that his company is seeing the highest death rates now than he’s ever seen before since he started in the insurance business.

That is a stunning amount, particularly in light of revelations about bogus data.

For example the CDC Director’s admission that less than a quarter of deaths associated with Wuflu are actually from Wuflu. 78 percent of the people who died with Wuflu did not die from Wuflu. That is an amazing admission, given all the hype over vaccine mandates.

Stacking the death stats while minimizing the number of people who actually contracted Wuflu means that America (and the world) had no reason to panic.

The article continues, highlighting the surprising demographic for the deceased:

Even more alarming is where those death rates are hitting, with Davison saying it’s primarily among working aged people between the ages of 18 and 64 who are covered by OneAmerica’s group life policies. The insurance company says that’s similar to what the rest of the group life industry is seeing and is consistent with CDC data.

“Death rates are up 40 percent over what they were pre-pandemic,” said Davison of OneAmerica’s group life policy holders.

To illustrate just how severe the current death rate is, Davison said a 1 in 200-year catastrophe would likely only cause a 10 percent increase over pre-pandemic deaths.

While the article claims that even if COVID-19 is not listed on a person’s death certificate, that doesn’t mean the virus didn’t play a role.

For example, Davison said a person can contract COVID-19 and recover, but the virus could have triggered a separate illness that eventually leads to death.

“It may not all be Covid on their death certificates, but deaths are up in just huge, huge numbers,” Davidson said.

Nonsense. This is the same scam thread that wants people to believe that you can have “asymptomatic” Wuflu. If you don’t feel sick, it’s because you aren’t sick.

Also, understand that what the insurance companies find most shocking are the ages of those dying. Again, 18-65 is not the demographic for death by Wuflu.

This brings me to a noticeably missing element of this story. Where are data on the number of people who might have died from the vaccines?

Here are the European numbers:

The European (EEA and non-EEA countries) database of suspected drug reaction reports is EudraVigilance, verified by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), and they are now reporting 36,257 fatalities, and 3,244,052 injuries following injections of four experimental COVID-19 shots.

And here is the U.S. data:

New data from VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System) reveals a new milestone number for adverse COVID-19 vaccine side effects.

Over ONE MILLION adverse reactions have been reported, which has also led to over 21,000 deaths last year.

The data also reveals over 113,000 hospitalizations, nearly 11,000 heart attacks, and almost 38,000 people have been left permanently disabled.

If you don’t see anything close to the 942,000+ deaths, it’s because VAERS is grossly underreported, according to the CDC.

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In the report, estimates are underreporting it as much as 6.5 times. Thus, if America has over 21,000 deaths, we can “guestimate” at least 130,000 deaths, based on initial reports of VAERS underreporting. I suspect that closer to the truth we would find that VAERS is far more underreported. Moreover, the ridiculous concept of “asymptomatic” Wuflu makes the numbers even more suspect.

Adding insult to stupidity, the report reminds us that Wuflu is racist:

Excess deaths haven’t been evenly distributed among the U.S. population either, with The National Cancer Institute finding that roughly 2.9 million people died in the U.S. between March 1 and Dec. 21, 2020; 74 percent of them were due to COVID-19 with 477,200 identified excess deaths.

After adjusting for age, the number of excess deaths among Black, American Indian/Alaska Native and Latino men and women were more than double those in white and Asian men and women.

“It is possible that fear of seeking out health care during the pandemic or misattribution of causes of death from COVID-19 are responsible for a majority of the excess non-COVID-19 deaths,” said Meredith S. Sheils, a senior investigator in the Infections and Immunoepidemiology Branch of the National Cancer Institute.

One of these days we will get the truth of the numbers. This includes Biden’s 4AM surge in votes. As the polls show, those numbers were another line of complete bullsh*t.

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