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Hey, wait a second…

Did you see this over the weekend?

CDC has updated, changed, fixed, (whatever!) the number related to deaths from of Covid.

As we all suspected from the beginning, co-morbidity factors (or other underlying conditions) were actually the true cause of death and not really Covid. In other words, Covid played a small part in the mortality rate but was not the sole factor in a large percentage (94%) of deaths.

So, why is it, again, that we are all in lockdown from this thing? Why is that the media is pushing the fear and doom? Why is that a large portion of our population is cowering in fear after having swallowed the story hook, line, and sinker?

Ever ask why there is so much misinformation about all this stuff?

Ever ask who benefits from all the misinformation about all this stuff?

Think, people, think!

It’s time to do your own thinking. Stop following the party line (whichever one you are in) and think for yourselves. Stop listening to the media. Go to the source whenever possible. When not possible, use media from different (all) points of view. Develop your own picture of what is going on and then think critically about it.

Ask questions. Ask hard questions.

Don’t take anything at face value. There is always more to it than what you see on the surface.



  1. Curt Gilman · August 31, 2020

    The CDC has been reporting comorbidity figures at least since May. I became aware of the figures a few weeks ago while I was searching the CDC website for other data.

    There’s a lot of misleading information about COVID-19, and the CDC is responsible for at least some of it. In this case, though, I think the CDC did its job, and the media dropped the ball.


    • backuphill · August 31, 2020

      It’s cliche, but “the truth is out there.” LOL

      The problem is trying to figure out what it is despite all the lies and misinformation. I think the biggest thing is to really know who and why all this is happening – Who is responsible? What do they want? How do they benefit?


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