The real truth about how the US reached 200,000 coronavirus deaths. Government-issued death certificates reveal the actual cause of deaths and expose the lies about the inflated number of COVID-19 deaths
In early September, we wrote a story about CDC after the agency reported that 94% of all coronavirus deaths had more than one pre-existing conditions or co-morbidities, meaning less than 10,000 Americans have died ONLY from COVID-19. The mainstream media quickly came out to attack the credibility of the CDC report.
It didn’t take days before the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, Dr. Anthony Fauci, came out to contradict CDC’s updated stats. At the time, Dr. Fauci said, ‘There are 180,000-plus deaths’ in U.S.”
Now, it turns out the CDC is right all along. Hats off to former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson for doing the job the mainstream media fails to do. It is atrocious that the government health agencies would report that anyone who dies after having tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 is deemed a COVID-19 death. Based on the government-own issued death certificates, it is turning out this is one of the gigantic scandals that our news media fail to cover.
According to multiple screenshots and images of government death certificates shared by former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson on Twitter, the anonymized death certificates of COVID-19 cases from the Milwaukee coroner’s office, show that COVID-19 was NOT the primary cause of the so-called COVID-19 reported deaths. Below are screenshots from some of the death certificates.
Three in a row:
A woman, 90, in renal and heart failure
A man, 84, with prostate cancer, dementia, and heart disease
A man, 88, with heart and renal failure, afib, diabetes, and Parkinson’s (yes, all five, can’t make it up).
All in the first 20 cases. All called Covid. pic.twitter.com/VHFt7PE6Ir
— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) September 21, 2020
In its updated guidance in early Septemeber, the CDC said that 94% of all coronavirus deaths, on average, have 2 or more pre-existing conditions or causes per death or co-morbidities. This means that less than 10,000 Americans or 6% of the 161,392 US deaths are related to COVID-19 only. Put another way, 94% of Americans who died from COVID-19 had other “types of health conditions and contributing causes” in addition to the virus, CDC said in the updated report.
A further breakdown of comorbidities further shows that 94% of the deaths were not just from COVID-19 alone but also related to other diseases including respiratory diseases, circulatory diseases, sepsis, diabetes, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease, and others.