Deaths of Under 65s in America
Does it look like it's working?
This is just a chart of a made-up metric representing excess deaths of Americans aged under 65.
It is the average weekly percentage excess of the states listed below turned into a cumulative series.
So, as a metric, it doesn’t really mean anything in absolute terms but in relative terms you can see how it reverts to mean until the “COVID era”?
Thereafter, it doesn’t just not revert to mean, it actually accelerates from 24-July-21 when this cohort is jabbed.
So, 15 months after COVID has been absolutely confirmed to be circulating:
herd immunity should be very high;
the susceptible pool is already substantially diminished;
any alleged benefit of social distancing is well and truly behind us.
And excess deaths accelerate??!
[Note: poll question clarification: “Does this look like the “vaccine” is Safe and Effective™ to you?]
Selected 38 states that had meaningful weekly deaths in the past to work with:
Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Florida Georgia Illinois Indiana Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nevada New Jersey New Mexico New York New York City North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin
For reference, here’s the weekly series:
I think the American for this is “dumpster fire”, no? In English, it starts with “cluster”.
If we blow up the chart to focus on the first six months of the pandemic, can anyone explain to me why only seven states get any excess mortality at all in the original spring wave? What is their relationship? It’s not strictly geographical?
And what on earth happened in Arizona in the summer??
And even in the maelstrom of late 2020 onwards, Arizona is still sticking out. Perhaps someone should investigate what’s going on down there?
I’m wondering why the southern states get it so bad in summer 2021 when they didn’t in 2020. Nothing to do with the jab, obviously?!
I think I got to the bottom of Arizona. The pattern is evident in New Mexico too. Both have excess death starting before COVID. I think the issue may be related to dodgy fentanyl coming over the Mexican border?
It’s apparent to a lesser extent in Texas too. Did COVID policy measures increase use of Fentanyl?
I was investigating “vaccination rates” for another project and noticed something odd.
The percentage of 18 to 65 year olds getting jabbed for the first time is tapering off during June and early July 2021 but then picks up again on 11-Jul-21. This is 2 weeks before excess deaths rally again.
Probably just a coincidence.
But seriously though, didn’t these people see what happened to those who got jabbed before?! I guess they are getting their misinformation form the mainstream media. Risky business, that!