Oh, the drama. I have no bias against you as a person, edible.
But you couldn’t even resist responding after promising yourself you would ignore me. Unless I inherently bug you I don’t see why that would be. I don’t know you from Adam.
How did that happen? We used to be on friendly terms. At least on a poet level, I considered you a friend before all this covid crap happened. I guess that just reinforces your idea of me being ... I do, however, have a real distaste for bites of information taken out of context and disingenuously presented as “the truth”.
...disingenuous. Really. You aren’t biased though. Yet you’ve assigned me a lack of honesty. Nice. How do you figure that?
You know what’s not candid? How doctors label things for insurance purposes.
Example: emergency c-sections - are often listed as “elective” when in fact, they were not. I’ve read of a dozen complaints, at least during my motherhood reading and forum participation.
And another thing. Pit-to-distress. Ever heard of it? Ever heard of women being given medication after birth without asking the mother? I know of concrete witnesses.
I can think of other examples of tricky business that pads the hospital’s bottom line.
Now. Covid incentivized them again. Would you like to see a vid of a nurse eyewitness explaining this scam and the lives it actually ends up costing Americans?
Actually, I can also share the witness of a covid survivor who nearly died of a stab wound to the lung, not her covid, but without intervention, they weren’t even giving her enough fluids or even antibiotics or pain meds. All because they swabbed her nose and got a result. Not because of symptoms! I could go on.
George Floyd was put down on the record as dying with covid. Interesting truth. Car accident victims, too. On that note, an excerpt from your own article:
“While Luetkemeyer, Redfield and Polis suggest that data shows inaccurately high numbers of COVID deaths, others have come to an opposite conclusion.
Debate is healthy. Not assuming that Redfield et. al. were wrong. Because others disagree. Not saying I’m twisting crap because I share their opinion! A July study by Yale University concluded that there could be substantially more deaths from COVID-19 than reported.
The conclusion came after researchers compared the number of excess U.S. deaths from any cause with the reported number of weekly COVID-19 deaths from March 1 through May 30 using National Center for Health Statistics data.
Lockdowns are killing people. There were more drug deaths in LA than Covid-19. Still wanna say their infection made them do it? The numbers were then compared with deaths from the same period in previous years.
Let’s face the truth. Lockdowns are multiplying our causes of death. “Our analyses suggest that the official tally of deaths due to Covid-19 represent a substantial undercount of the true burden,” Dan Weinberger, an epidemiologist at Yale School of Public Health and a lead author of the study, told CNBC.”
The “true burden” is the misery we are suffering under that increases all risks.
Depression, for example, is leading to gum disease, leading to increasing circulatory problems, leading to increasing cardiovascular events.
Lack of exercise, weight increases, vitamin D, zinc, access to nutritious food is becoming problematic in some areas, etc. All contributions to our excess deaths.