Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) Fatality Rate Still Dramatically Exaggerated

Average, unconnected deaths by pneumonia are suddenly being reclassified.

The media and the World Health Organization are no longer able to be so criminally dishonest as to give you a 3.4% fatality rate from SARS-CoV-2 (or “COVID-19”). Granted, they will still tell you the fatality rate is 1.0%…ten times more than the flu! Even this 1.0% figure is a grossly inaccurate exaggeration, according to basic common sense. Please watch the video below, then interpret the chart above accordingly.

The vast majority of coronavirus deaths are cases where the person died with coronavirus, not from coronavirus. Yet the death certificate will still show “coronavirus” as the cause. What evidence do we have for deaths dropping out of other categories? The graph above speaks for itself. This is hard data, not a wild conspiracy.

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Film your Hospital …


Courtesy of AB. It’s crickets out there. This is a hoax. This video is 24 minutes of empty hospitals and emergency rooms all over the country, thanks to real journalists called citizens. [Oh yeah, reminder: This is why they want us staying at home. It is not medical, it is to prevent us from seeing what is really going on … nothing. A hoax.]

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The 1976 Swine Flu hoax run by a different klutz, Gerald R. Ford

Bad attitudes

The image above appeared in my inbox this morning. I have no idea how these clowns got my name, but I thought it so appropriate that they choose me out of a crowd, as I was known, when employed by others, have have bad attitudes and to engage in negative behaviors. So I must be on a list somewhere. I have never contacted these people.

This post has nothing to do with that. I just like that image. Look at the happy skipping people next to the curmudgeon who wants to shoot them. I’m with curmud.

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ID 2020 is coming.

What will you do?

There’s been quite a bit of discussion about 5G and its possible connection to the medical lock-down, and what happens next. The “real ID” pressure here in Montana has been steady and growing more intense as we approach an apparent end to the flu season. I want to suggest that 5G is connected to the ID2020 agenda, which is hungry for biometric data from everyone.

“The program to leverage immunization as an opportunity to establish digital identity was unveiled by ID2020 in partnership with the Bangladesh Government’s Access to Information (a2i) Program, the Directorate General of Health Services, and Gavi, according to the announcement.”

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Use of a virus as a means of shredding the constitution, or what remains of it

C-19 from Kaufman

The above photo is an electron microscope image of the (supposed) Covid-19 virus, supplied on a 38-minute video by Dr. Andy Kaufman, given to us last week by a commenter named “Michael,” who’s not been around since. The video is beneath the fold. I urge that you watch it, but know how that works, so at the end of this post I have supplied a timeline so that you can fast-forward to any part that interests you.

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BOMBSHELL: WHO Coronavirus PCR Test Primer Sequence is Found in All Human DNA

WHO Primer

This was important enough that I wanted to get it out immediately. My research into the NCBI database for nucleotide sequences has lead to a stunning discovery. One of the WHO primer sequences in the PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 is found in all human DNA!

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Happy Monday!

We had a family gathering last evening, highly illegal. We played Scattegories, or as I. call it, “Mind Freeze.” I swear that if the letter than came up was “M,” and the category was “Boys Names,” I would sit there drawing a blank. We also ate pizza, played ping pong, and discussed how stay-at-home is affecting us all, even as my wife and I happily avoid every aspect of it.

At the grocery store, about the only social gathering place left to us, I still see less than half wearing those stupid face masks. Fear is all about but fewer people than I expected are buying in. This is encouraging. 

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