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    Interesting updated publication by the University of Oxford regarding the number of patients that have died in UK hospitals where a positive test result was NOT received, but COVID19 was mentioned on their death certificate (Figures 24th April to 2nd May confirmed).

    View the second table in the link

    COVID-19: Death Data in England – Update 10th May - CEBM

    Looking at the next graph 'showing the number of patients that died with a positive test result' it looks to be about an over valuation of about 10% on death certificates.

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    Corruption vs Covid deaths

    Top 10 states for corruption:

    1. District of Columbia
    2. Louisiana
    3. Illinois
    4. Tennessee
    5. New York
    6. Pennsylvania
    7. Virginia
    8. Ohio
    9. New Jersey
    10. Georgia

    https://pols.uic.edu/wp-content/uplo...2.Complete.pdf

    Top 10 states for covid deaths:

    1. New York
    2. New Jersey
    3. Massachusetts
    4. Michigan
    5. Pennsylvania
    6. Illinois
    7. Connecticut
    8. California
    9. Louisiana
    10. Florida

    Cases in the U.S. | CDC

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiigelec View Post
    Corruption vs Covid deaths

    Top 10 states for corruption:

    1. District of Columbia
    2. Louisiana
    3. Illinois
    4. Tennessee
    5. New York
    6. Pennsylvania
    7. Virginia
    8. Ohio
    9. New Jersey
    10. Georgia

    https://pols.uic.edu/wp-content/uplo...2.Complete.pdf

    Top 10 states for covid deaths:

    1. New York
    2. New Jersey
    3. Massachusetts
    4. Michigan
    5. Pennsylvania
    6. Illinois
    7. Connecticut
    8. California
    9. Louisiana
    10. Florida

    Cases in the U.S. | CDC
    what to make of this:
    Birx reportedly said '''there is nothing from the CDC that I can trust''' - Business Insider

    And here's another one, Dr Birx doesn't seem to have a lot of faith in the CDC (welcoming her to the club).
    Dr. Birx Reportedly Believes Coronavirus Death Toll Inflated By Up To 25% | The Daily Caller

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacediver View Post
    If I were to violate this, I'd want to be damn sure that they're wrong.
    Did they make sure they were right before they enforced those rules on you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiigelec View Post
    Corruption vs Covid deaths

    Top 10 states for corruption:

    1. District of Columbia
    2. Louisiana
    3. Illinois
    4. Tennessee
    5. New York
    6. Pennsylvania
    7. Virginia
    8. Ohio
    9. New Jersey
    10. Georgia

    https://pols.uic.edu/wp-content/uplo...2.Complete.pdf

    Top 10 states for covid deaths:

    1. New York
    2. New Jersey
    3. Massachusetts
    4. Michigan
    5. Pennsylvania
    6. Illinois
    7. Connecticut
    8. California
    9. Louisiana
    10. Florida

    Cases in the U.S. | CDC
    Is Louisiana really above Illinois?

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    always find it important to add some context:

    FLASHBACK: Jan. 21: Fauci Says Coronavirus ‘Not A Major Threat’ To U.S. | The Daily Caller

    “Obviously, you need to take it seriously, and do the kinds of things that the CDC and the Department of Homeland Security are doing, ” Fauci responded. “But, this not a major threat for the people of the United States, and this is not something that the citizens of the United States right now should be worried about.”

    CDC Director Robert Redfield told Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade late last month that he agreed with Fauci’s assessment at the time, and said that nobody could have predicted the outbreak that would eventually occur in the U.S.

    and this is rich:
    Risk of coronavirus in U.S. is 'minuscule' NIH's Dr. Anthony Fauci says

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Santana View Post
    Is Louisiana really above Illinois?
    I was surprised by that too. Given the number of governors from Illinois has sent to the clink.

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    Is Louisiana really above Illinois?
    From the report:
    “Louisiana, which also has a lower population than Illinois', ranks second in corruption on a per capita basis. Similar to Illinois, Louisiana is a state with a long legacy of machine politics. It has been dominated by a corrupt Democratic Party machine with a corrupt history before and after the days of Huey Long. Like Illinois, Louisiana has had its governors go to jail.”

    Also interesting to note from the report; with the exception of Michigan all of the top ten covid death states have a major city ranking in the top 15 for number of corruption convictions...

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    The evidence is clear Kung Flu likes the blue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dsquared1969 View Post
    always find it important to add some context:

    FLASHBACK: Jan. 21: Fauci Says Coronavirus ‘Not A Major Threat’ To U.S. | The Daily Caller

    “Obviously, you need to take it seriously, and do the kinds of things that the CDC and the Department of Homeland Security are doing, ” Fauci responded. “But, this not a major threat for the people of the United States, and this is not something that the citizens of the United States right now should be worried about.”

    CDC Director Robert Redfield told Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade late last month that he agreed with Fauci’s assessment at the time, and said that nobody could have predicted the outbreak that would eventually occur in the U.S.

    and this is rich:
    Risk of coronavirus in U.S. is 'minuscule' NIH's Dr. Anthony Fauci says
    He wasn't wrong. This thing was never a threat and still hasn't turned into one. It has always been a media phenomenon. Once the press started to turn up the pressure, Fauci changed his tune to stay in the press's good graces.

    Notice how now that the corona narrative is starting to fall apart, they've tried to push this story about the black jogger guy who got murdered? I have no opinion on it either way and I refuse to look into it, because it's too obvious what they're trying to do. In two months time there will be another "crisis" of some sort that will demand our complete and full attention.

    If you've never read it, Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neil Postman is an excellent book that predicts and describes exactly what is going on in our modern day mass media.

    https://www.amazon.com/Amusing-Ourse...4B6BB5GASN8DTH

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