Saturday, December 5, 2020

Covid-19 death counts are fraudulently elevated

"Illinois Department of Public Health Director, Dr. Ngozi Ezike, said in April,

"If you were in hospice and had already been given a few weeks to live, and then you also were found to have COVID, that would be counted as a COVID death. It means technically even if you died of a clear alternate cause, but you had COVID at the same time, it's still listed as a COVID death. So, everyone who's listed as a COVID death doesn't mean that that was the cause of the death, but they had COVID at the time of the death," Dr. Ezike outlined.

Essentially, Dr. Ezike explained that anyone who passes away after testing positive for the virus is included in that category."

And CDC admits it: "When COVID-19 is reported as a cause of death on the death certificate, it is coded and counted as a death due to COVID-19." 

UPDATE:  More will be coming on this we sleuths identify more and more ways CDC fraudulently increased death counts.


John F. McGowan, Ph.D. said...

Hello Meryl,

Do you know where on the CDC web site the data files Genevieve Briand used for her analysis are located? Can you get copies? It seems sensible to reproduce the analysis from the original data and see if it holds up or to what extent it holds up. Perhaps involve other researchers critical of the CDC's numbers. Publish the results.

Dutch Abraham said...

Hi Dr. Nass, I just read your excellent article at 911 tap. After reading this blogpost I thought you might be interested in watching this video I did with Ramola d.
I was reporting on a meeting I had with my local coroner in which he admitted to being forced to inflate the covid numbers. Sorry about the low tech quality of the video. I'm a cabinetmaker and did the video in my workshop. I'm also a member of tap and work with the psychological operations group. My email is if you want more info. I'm not sure if I'll be notified if you comment back to me on your blog. I sent your article to my brother in law in the hope he'll look further into 911

Thanks for all you're doing,
Dutch Abraham

Meryl Nass, M.D. said...

Thanks, Dutch. More will be coming out on this issue shortly.

John, take a look at this fabulous discussion (particularly the last part) about the methods CDC used that gave us excess deaths

All that said, this remains a very nasty illness and it is criminal that patients are not being treated when cheap, effective measures are known to exist. I don't think the medical system will ever recover the trust it has lost, nor should it. And then people will not seek appropriate care and die earlier than they would have. How are the doctors treating themselves?

Jim Brash said...

Dr. Nass, have you seen this?

Meryl Nass, M.D. said...

Yes--I was pleased to see that the Wodarg Yeadon petition used our petition as a model and included it:

John F. McGowan, Ph.D. said...

Hello Meryl, Thanks for the tam hunt reference. Astonishing.

This April 2020 guidance from the CDC very explicitly directs people filling out death certificates to not list COPD as the underlying cause of death if COVID is present.

Certifying deaths due to COVID-19 on page 2 of the PDF document:

All causal sequences reported in Part I should be logical in terms of time and pathology. For example, reporting “COVID–19” due to “chronic obstructive pulmonary disease” in Part I would be an illogical sequence as COPD cannot cause an infection, although it may increase susceptibility to or exacerbate an infection. In this instance, COVID–19 would be reported in Part I as the UCOD and the COPD in Part II. While there can be reasonable differences in medical opinion concerning a sequence that led to a particular death, the causes should always be provided in a logical sequence from the immediate cause on line a. back to the UCOD on the lowest line used in Part I

FluView very likely mostly includes chronic lower respiratory deaths excluded in the leading cause of death report. Pre COVID deaths with COPD would be listed with COPD as the underlying cause of death, with pneumonia and influenza probably as the immediate cause -- all in part I presumably.