By Joe Mavilia
In January 2020, the Covid-19 matter was ramping up or being ramped up, whichever side of the aisle you support.
At that time, I avoided the much ado about nothing more than life’s little hiccups over time. I decided to retire and avoid the fray that was sure to ensue. I wrote a lot to friends and others via Facebook and emails to voice my doubts that this disease was as bad as it was being communicated to us. I sent out data showing the relative effects of Pandemics of the past 100 years. Covid-19 was almost indistinguishable alongside other Pandemics. There had to be some motive to make such a fuss about something little less than the usual annual flu.
I know some people bought the narrative being sold by the Left in America, but I did not, do not, and I predict we will one day know it was all a political ploy to unseat President Trump while at the same time to test the waters of how much control of the worlds people could be achieved by the powers that be.
As an example of what I suspected back then, is now presenting the data to prove my assertions.
To restate that position: The US daily death rate at the end of 2019 was 8,000. As the months passed, numbers approaching an average of 800-1,000 per day were said to be dying from Covid-19, according to the ‘authorities’ and the cooperative press.
(Research of official death records: “On an average day, nearly 8,000 people die from all causes in the United States, based on data from 2019”).
My contention then and now is simply this. If indeed 200,000 deaths are attributed to Covid-19 at this writing, then the numbers would be hugely higher than the actual death rate from ALL Causes. Such a drastic increase is simply not supported by the data that has been recorded for many decades. Do your own research and look at the numbers going back to the mid-20th Century or earlier, covering all the Pandemics over three-quarters of a century.
Now the numbers are released:
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There are no conspiracy theories needed here. Just the facts, mam, and sirs. You take it from there. Believe the democrats and the media or your lying eyes, ears, and common sense.
We all have choices and opinions, but you can’t have your own facts.
Submitted by Joe Mavilia, author, journalist, syndicated columnist published in print media including the Los Angeles Times, The Golden Transcript – Colorado, La Feria News – Texas, The Pasadena Weekly – California, and others around the country, including www.autolove.com, Contributing editor www.theweekenddrive.com, Content writer for www.conventionofstates.com, and columnist of Caprock Patriot.