When citizen reports and then hard data began emerging last week indicating that Covid-19 patients were not in any way overwhelming hospitals, we wondered what sort of new bunkum the Lugenpresse and the cronyvirus promoters would concoct to support their false narratives.
As I reported on Monday, the number of ventilators utilized missed the projection by a factor of 40-fold. The ICU segment of the Covid-19 fraud was overblown by six-fold. Total beds by eight-fold. Meanwhile, the number of deaths from pneumonia this season have plummeted across the U.S.
I shared this data on Twitter, and it didn’t take long before a candidate for Congress one Richard Thripp responded with a tweet. Among the trippy quips Thripp lobbed, he some how evoked holocaust denial into the debate. Oh well, that settles it then, Sherlock – trumps actual data every time. This man sounds well suited and booted for the kakistocracy. Incidentally and just sayin’, I’m far too much of an anti-authoritarian and pacifist to be a proper right-winger. So you talkin’ to me?
However, attached to his ad-hominem, sucker-born-every-minute declarative was the go-to source for all stooges and sycophants: The New York Times (aka New York Slimes). And here we got the answer to our question about the newly revised, cover-their-ass narrative. First my reply, and then a look at the article. Yes, would you believe it. The cronyvirus ill are assumed to be dying at home.
The New York Slimes lends a whole new meaning to Abraham Lincoln’s admonishment that no man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar. This is what a candidate for Congress thinks will dispense with the plebs. Barking up the wrong tree. Here goes.
After warning earlier of a tsunami, The Slimes’ story fesses up to an entirely different outcome pointing to no hospital tsunami after all:
The number of virus patients in hospitals increased 4 percent since Monday, the fourth straight day that it had grown 7 percent or less after growing at least 20 percent a day for weeks. The number of patients on ventilators in intensive-care units increased, too, but at the smallest one-day rate in weeks, up 2 percent since Monday.
The Slimes fesses up again:
As of Tuesday, there were nearly 4,600 patients on ventilators in New York, far fewer than pessimistic projections in recent weeks had said there might be. In New Jersey, state officials said that about 1,651 people were in what they called “critical care” on Tuesday, up from about 1,500 patients on Monday. More than 90 percent of the patients in critical care, about 1,540, were on ventilators.
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Even with the downgrade, these two states are 53% higher (6,140) than totals revealed in national data released by CovidTracker, which indicated 4,007 ventilators were in use nationally on April 7. The dots don’t connect- no combinam.
Next, we learn that in New York City, the leader of the city council’s health committee, Mark Levine, wrote on Twitter that people were dying at home at about 10 times the normal rate, presumably in large part because of the virus, but that many deaths were not being counted as virus deaths.
The story gets even more convoluted: According to the news site Gothamist, the city medical examiner’s office has not been testing dead bodies for the virus and has instead referred what it considers “probable” virus deaths to the city’s health department.
In a statement, Stephanie Buhle, a spokeswoman for New York City’s Health Department, said the city would no longer report only those cases that were confirmed by a laboratory test.
“The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) and the NYC Health Department are working together to include into their reports deaths that may be linked to COVID but not lab confirmed that occur at home,” she said.
Asked on Tuesday about an increase in people dying at home, Mayor de Blasio said (based on no data or diagnosis), “I’m assuming the vast majority of those deaths are coronavirus related.”
Then he said, “We do want to know the truth about what happened in every death at home.”
Yes, Mr. Mayor, we believe the last statement approximates the real truth. You can’t make this up.
As we reported earlier, the Covid-19 deaths and cases are greatly inflated by assumptions and little science, turning this into a monumental reporting fraud. For all practical purposes, The New York Slimes article admits to it, but few pay attention and instead buy a cartoon world scenario: not busy hospitals, but dead bodies piling up all over town. Really?
The CDC itself in an advisory (see last paragraph) accommodated systematic fraud and recommended using assumption to determine cause of death.
“The underlying cause depends upon what and where conditions are reported on the death certificate. However, the rules for coding and selection of the underlying cause of death are expected to result in COVID- 19 being the underlying cause more often than not,” the guidelines read.
“COVID-19 should be reported on the death certificate for all decedents where the disease caused or is assumed to have caused or contributed to death.”
Elsewhere on their obfuscation front, the promoters have backpedaled from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (funded by Bill Gates) scam that predicted up to 200,000 Americans would die from cronyvirus. The IHME — the official group Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx have been promoting — cut the scamdemic prediction to 81,000 American deaths (from lord knows what) by May 21, 2020. Important to note: the models were based on full shut in compliance in the first place. Based on these fallacious projections, the U.S. economy has been largely crippled by lock downs that have put tens of millions out of work.
April 9 update: Fraudci now calling for 60,000 deaths from cronyvirus. Still lying.