876,664 deaths from Covid-19. There’s a statistic that the CDC has been tracking for a long time, which is basically this. You add up the number of people who died. You do this for a few years. You then draw a curve to ‘predict’ how many people die the next year.
876,664 more people have died than the predicted curve of deaths due to Covid-19 since February 2020. 385,326 is the official CDC count for 2020. 371,636 is the official CDC count for 2021. The rest are people who died indirectly due to Covid-19.
Will our country truly reckon with what’s happening, and work to ensure this never happens here again?
756,962 official deaths from Covid-19 so far in the U.S., 119,702 related to Covid-19. Like, a hospital gets filled up, so a patient can’t get treatment. Where does that patient go?
There’s also an assumption about those deaths, that they’ve all been counted accurately. What if the count is skewed…