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Democrat states are 7.7 times as flu fatal as Republican



Run for your lives!

Living in New York, New Jersy, Massachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, California and several others is extremely risky behavior in the world of Coronavirus. It is apparently quite easy to find a safer place to go.

While I abhor the topsy-turvy color code where socialist, communist, RED is blue, I will just say that the states where coronovirus is most lethal are painted blue on lamestream media maps.

Take the red pill. Get outta there!

Or not. That is called free will… something the blue staters really discourage.

But please, please, please, quarantine in place if you want to keep your head in the blue pill world. We on the other side would really appreciate it if that particular virus spreads no further.

As for the chart on the left, one might reasonably wonder, “Why would that be?”

The simple answer is that Coronavirus positive reporting is massively encouraged, bribed, supplemented and fraudulently promoted. The desired effect is panic. Whatever it takes to get us there will do fine, thank you very much.

Doctors, nurses, coroners are all reporting widespread fraud in this reporting.

I share a couple of examples with links to the supporting articles.

From a report out of Colorado:


Previously, attending physicians at a nursing home had ruled three deaths as not related to the virus. But, again, the state insisted on classifying them as such anyway. Reasoning? All four of the deceased had tested positive for the virus.

The park death, however, was the last straw for GOP Representative Mark Baisly, who blew his top, and for the doctor who issued the death certificate for the poisoning case and went public.

“I can see no reason for this,” declared Coroner George Deavers, while Baisly threatened to demand criminal charges against Jill Ryan, the executive director of DPHE.

Cooking the Books on COVID-19 Deaths

By Brian C.Joondeph, MD

Aside from politics, one can also follow the money. Attaching COVID to a diagnosis taps into Uncle Sam’s money tree. As USAToday described,

Hospital administrators might well want to see COVID-19 attached to a discharge summary or a death certificate. Why? Because if it’s a straightforward, garden-variety pneumonia that a person is admitted to the hospital for – if they’re Medicare – typically, the diagnosis-related group lump sum payment would be $5,000. But if it’s COVID-19 pneumonia, then it’s $13,000, and if that COVID-19 pneumonia patient ends up on a ventilator, it goes up to $39,000.

Them’s the facts. You can conjure up the “Why” on your own.

I refer you to my recent post on Crushing Mom ‘n’ Pop for a possible explanation.

I now turn you over to my popular meme collection on this subject.

– Ted –