Some Actual Numbers
There is no ""pandemic"." Here are some numbers in Texas: As of September 19th we have had 16,025 deaths reported as Covid. In 2019 there were 189,166 total deaths from all causes so if you take the weeks, we are 73% through the year on September 19th. In turn this would equate to 138,091 deaths. As of September 19th we have had 128,178 deaths from all causes. This is down 9,913 from last year. 2018 would have been an even larger gap as the report it being an unusually bad year for the flu.
And now this, via lewrockwell.com TOTAL U.S. DEATHS (ALL CAUSES)
YEAR -- TOTAL -- MONTHLY* -- REFERENCE
2020 [so far] -- 2,838,000 -- 236,000 -- CDC DATA
2019 -- 2,855,000 -- 238,000 -- CDC DATA
2018 -- 2,839,205 -- 237,000 -- CDC DATA
2017 -- 2,813,503 -- 234,000 -- CDC DATA
* Averaged for 12 months
We now have hundreds of thousands of so-called 'cases', 'infections' and 'positive tests' but hardly any sick people. Recall that four fifths (80%) of 'infections' are asymptomatic (1) Covid wards have been by and large empty throughout June, July, August and September 2020. Most importantly covid deaths are at an all-time low. It is clear that these 'cases' are in fact not 'cases' but rather they are normal healthy people.
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