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The ‘pandemic’ Was Really the VirusCasedemic

by Paul Ebeling

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For the past 2 years, I have said the COVID-19 deaths were being overcounted to create the illusion of the pandemic being far worse than it was”— Paul Ebeling

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and individual states are now backtracking on their COVID death statistics, showing those of us who claimed deaths were being overcounted were right all along

On 14 March 2022, the CDC removed 72,277 COVID deaths from the tally, including 24% of those attributed to children under 18 anni. They claim a “coding logic error,” a faulty algorithm, had “accidentally” counted deaths that were not related to COVID, such as drowning deaths and drug overdoses

The CDC used the false death statistics among children to push for COVID shots for 5- to 7-year-olds back in November 2021

As of 2 February 2022, the US Health and Human Services is no longer collecting data on hospitalizations and deaths from COVID-19

Deaths were initially exaggerated for political both national and geopolitical purposes, and now they are being downplayed for the same reason. Democrats know they cannot win in the midterms even and unless they can declare victory over COVID-19

Over the past 2 yrs, the VirusCasedemic has been used to usher in a range of radical changes that would never have been accepted were it not for widespread panic. It was used to implement illegitimate voting rules, which had an impact on the Y 2020 elections.

It was used to announce the urgent need for a “Great Reset” and a Fourth Industrial Revolution.

It has been used to strip people of basic human rights, and to justify radical environmental policies that will result in lower standards of living.

It was used to abruptly transition the vaccine industry from conventional vaccine manufacturing using eggs to the use of risky gene transfer technology.

The only thing the pandemic has not been used for is to make recommendations that actually improve public health, and throughout, data have been massaged and manipulated to justify the unjustifiable. 

Now, the data are being manipulated yet again

This time to artificially end the COVID crisis so that the Biden administration can take credit for it during the upcoming elections. As stated in a 14 February 2022, letter from Impact Research, titled “Taking the Win Over COVID-19”: “It’s time for Democrats to take credit for ending the COVID crisis phase of the COVID war, point to important victories like vaccine distribution and providing economic stability for Americans, and fully enter the rebuilding phase that comes after any war. Below we lay out some strategic thoughts for Democrats positioning themselves on COVID-19 …”

Strategic positioning includes declaring the crisis phase over; pushing for “feeling and acting more normal;” and taking the side of people who are burned out on COVID and don’t want to hear about it anymore. Not setting a standard of zero COVID as the “victory condition,” and to “stop talking about restrictions and the unknown future ahead.”

Dr. Anthony Fauci perhaps did not receive this memo, as he is now declaring that we can expect a return to COVID restrictions at any given point. In a mid-March TV interview he stated that “we need to be flexible” and “if we see a resurgence, we have to be able to pivot and go back to any degree of mitigation that is commensurate with what the situation is. We can’t just say ‘We’re done, now we’re going to move on.’”

So, I will not be surprised if this move back into COVID crisis mode happens right before the midterm elections.

Have a healthy, prosperous week, Keep the Faith!

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