Prime Democide in the USA
25 to 64 year olds are dying at unprecedented rates since Dec-20. If the vaccine is responsible, it would indicate an under-reporting frequency in VAERS of 65X.
In 2019-20, the year of the COVID epidemic, deaths of adults in their prime (25 to 64 years old) in America between July and June ended up 5% higher than expected (Figure 1).
In 2020-21, feeling the collateral effects of the non-pharmaceutical interventions, deaths followed a much steeper trajectory than usual. By the end of the week ending 9-Dec-20, deaths were running 20% above expectations. By the end of the year, they were 23% higher.
So far, in the year 2021-22, deaths of prime adults in the States are running a massive 35% above expectations.
Notwithstanding the higher baselines in 2020-21 and 2021-22, there are distinct spikes in mortality in all three years (Figure 2).
The first clear spike emerges at the end of March 2020. This is COVID, mainly in the north-eastern states.
The second spike is in July 2020, COVID again but this time mainly in the southern and western states, COVID being a seasonal, respiratory pathogen and all that.
The third spike is more of a hillock really, representing the waning impact of COVID in spite of being peak mortality season.
The fourth and fifth spikes are mountains compared to the third. You might jump to the conclusion that COVID had something to do with it. And you’d be half right.
If you’ve already seen my attempts to prove that mass vaccination caused the resurgence of COVID in 20211 then you’d already be thinking that the deaths attributed to COVID in this period really ought to have been attributed to the vaccine.
But the thing is, COVID did not account for all the excess deaths in 2021. Inevitably, we must seriously consider that the vaccine was responsible for the non-COVID excess too.
We have a few thousand suspected reports in VAERS but there are big questions about the under-reporting frequency (URF). If you believe Steve Kirsch (I do) then you would not be surprised to see something in excess of 150,000 deaths due to the vaccine across all ages, even though he thinks the number is probably much higher.
So do I.
The fourth distribution of death occurs immediately after the start of the mass vaccination campaign (Figure 3). The US data is not very well broken down but we know that healthcare workers were prioritised. I don’t know for sure but I imagine most of them would be aged between 25 and 64.
Not only does the fourth distribution start immediately as mass vaccination begins, it peaks 21 days later, exactly the time within which the majority of VAERS reported deaths occurred.
The number of deaths in the fourth distribution is 55,000 not including the higher baseline.
The same pattern emerges in Aug-21 (the fifth distribution), with an even bigger spike in deaths immediately after another big vaccination drive, followed a couple of weeks later by the booster campaign.
Again, this distribution follows the same pattern as the vaccinations, peaking 2 weeks after the peak of boosters.
The number of deaths in the fifth distribution is 95,000, making 150,000 excess deaths in total for the 25 to 64 year olds alone, not including any between March and August which is even higher than the elevated baseline.
VAERS has 2,300 deaths for this age group so I would say the URF is possibly around 65 times at least.
If the CDC was genuinely interested in public health outcomes, they would investigate all-cause mortality with doses 1 and 3 of the jab. What’s the worst that could happen? I could be wrong. It’s easy for them to prove it.
All data: https://data.cdc.gov/
Note: The CDC dataset contains actual and predicted deaths. I did not filter them originally so the first analysis had double counts. I have fixed it now and updated so you may notice the difference if you are reading it for a second time. [Credit to Clare Craig for asking me a question that led to the discovery!]