- As of Monday, 675,446 people in the U.S. have died from COVID-19, surpassing the number who died from Spanish flu during the 1918 pandemic
- However, the death rate was much larger in 1918 because the total U.S. population stood at about 105 million compared to 330 million in 2021
- This means there were 642 Spanish flu deaths per 100,000 people compared to 204 Covid deaths per 100,000 Americans
- Additionally, half the black population were unaccounted for while calculating 1918 mortality statistics, suggesting black deaths were undercounted
- Scientists say it is ‘distressing’ to see so many Americans die in an era where modern medicine, such as vaccines, are available compared to 1918
[ Editor’s Note: The sad reality is that many of these deaths were COMPLETELY preventable. Early use therapeutics have been available from the start. HCQ and Ivermectin have exceptional safety profiles and have been demonstrated to bring about rapid recovery when used EARLY in the clinical progression of the disease. But between the anger, bitterness and “Orange Man Bad” attitudes of people like Rick Bright, the former Director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), and Dr. Janet Woodcock, Acting Commissioner of the FDA, efforts were made to screw Trump by pulling legs out from under the National Pandemic Plan. The result is approximately 10 Astrodomes worth of lives lost in the U.S. alone.
Evil. Absolutely pure evil. I honestly believe there is a special place in hell being prepared for these and other individuals who played political games in this crisis which cost lives.]