It seems as if with each passing day, new information concerning the COVID-19 pandemic is released that has the potential of wrecking the Biden administration’s entire narrative.
According to the Washington Examiner, that was evidenced once again this week as Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, made yet another brow-raising admission, saying during an interview that 75% of COVID-19 deaths among the vaccinated were people with at least four comorbidities.
“The overwhelming number of deaths, over 75%, occurred in people who had at least four comorbidities,” Walensky said.
It was on Friday in an interview with Good Morning America that Walensky released the data, which came on the heels of Dr. Tony Fauci admitting last week that there has been overcounting of deaths in young COVID patients, emphasizing that it’s important to distinguish between children who died “of” COVID-19, and those who died “with” COVID-19.
A piece of the puzzle
Since nearly the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, a number of everyday Americans and high-profile pundits and commentators have stressed the importance of getting the statistics correct as far as COVID-related deaths are concerned.
The current total death toll among Americans is roughly 836,000, but many believe that while still tragic, that number is actually far lower, as COVID-19 deaths were not separated into those who died as a direct result of the virus and those who happened to test positive for the virus but died of a completely unrelated condition.
This is a stunning admission and one that is quite literally at the crux of my Facebook lawsuit against their fact-checkers. I reported on the scam of them calculating deaths “with Covid” years ago and fact-checkers called me a liar. https://t.co/vg1AVlk4nN
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) January 10, 2022
COVID-19 death toll numbers largely shaped the various responses to the pandemic as a whole, from the federal to the state and local levels. One has to wonder if the death toll “from” COVID-19 was, say, 150,000 people, would the responses to the pandemic have looked different?
Those who’ve suggested that the death toll is actually far lower have been censored and banned on Big Tech platforms for nearly two years, but it looks as though now, the real data is beginning to trickle out, which could vindicate those who made such claims in the past.
As mentioned, Fauci, the president’s chief medical adviser on the pandemic, admitted to MSNBC host Ayman Mohyeldin last week the true story of what’s happening with hospitalized children, with many wondering if Fauci is under direction to take the Biden administration’s narrative in a new direction.
“But the other important thing is that if you look at the children who are hospitalized, many of them are hospitalized with COVID as opposed to because of COVID,” Fauci said, according to a separate Examiner report.
He added: “And what we mean by that — if a child goes in the hospital, they automatically get tested for COVID. And they get counted as a COVID-hospitalized individual. When in fact, they may go in for a broken leg or appendicitis or something like that. So it’s overcounting the number of children who are, quote, ‘hospitalized with COVID,’ as opposed to because of COVID.”