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Why are governments padding the COVID stats?


Stories like the one involving the death of Bel Mooney’s dad in England remind us once again that COVID 19 is no longer a virus pandemic, but a political one.

Ted, 99, died Jan 5, 2021, after a battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). And even though he had been tested three times for COVID and each time it came back negative, Britain’s National Health Services (NHS) listed the cause of death as COVID.

In an article for the Daily Mail, Bel Mooney explains:

You long for the person you love to have peace, yet the finality of death makes you cry. But here on my desk, his official death certificate ignites that sorrow into anger.

This is not because Ted Mooney contracted coronavirus in the very good (and expensive, it must be said) care home three miles from our house, as statistics will now state. 

Because he did not. Yet the principal cause of death is set down officially as Covid-19 — and that, in my view, is a bizarre and unacceptable untruth.

You read of such things, but — dazed by an accumulation of figures, as we have all been for nearly a year — you can fail to take them on board.

We were invited to ‘save the NHS’ and to grieve for strangers — the real-life loved ones behind those shocking death counts.

READ: BEL MOONEY: My dad Ted passed three Covid tests and died of a chronic illness yet he’s officially one of Britain’s 120,000 victims of the virus and is far from alone… so how many more are there?

In a blatant disrespect for the Mooney family the government-run NHS decided its political agenda was more important than the truth. Of course, stats, real or imagined, are vitally important to maintain the lockdowns and a climate of terror.

They say that the first casualty of war is the truth. READ: Yes, Hospitals Get Paid More For Coronavirus-Coded Patients, Even If They Haven’t Been Tested and possibly related READ: Flu rates crater this season, now epidemiologist goes public with reason

As Ben asks in his article, how many more people have been added to the COVID stats that don’t belong there. The following is a small sample of other stories on the issue of padded stats:

READ: Florida man in his 20s listed among COVID-19 fatalities — but health officer says he died in motorcycle crash AND FOX 35 INVESTIGATES: Questions raised after fatal motorcycle crash listed as COVID-19 death

READ: Florida department of health exposed for massively overreporting positive COVID-19 cases

READ: A few days ago Johns Hopkins published a study saying corona is nbd. They then deleted it. Read it here in its entirety AND Johns Hopkins retracts report finding COVID death count ‘not alarming’

READMan died of alcohol poisoning — but health officials later classified his death as coronavirus related

READCDC: 6% of coronavirus deaths were solely from COVID-19

READTHIRD of UK Covid victims in July and August ‘died from OTHER causes’ – including cancer or being hit by a car – Oxford University scientists reveal

READ: Gunshot Wound Victims Included In Colorado County’s Covid-Related Death Totals, Report

READCDC: 6% of coronavirus deaths were solely from COVID-19

READA 60-year-old man died from a gunshot wound to his head. He was listed as a COVID-19 death in Florida — and there are several more

READOregon’s youngest COVID-19 victim did not actually have the virus, according to CDC test

READ: NYC Adds Nearly 4,000 People Who Never Tested Positive To Coronavirus Death Tolls

READ: Ohio Health Departments Will Now Include People It Suspects Of Having Coronavirus In Official Count

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