Don’t Believe the COVID Case Numbers; It’s a Scam
I’ve been saying this for 9 months. Don’t believe the COVID case numbers. It’s a wall-to-wall scam.
The situation we’re facing is urgent right now. Red flags. Alarm bells.
Politicians all over the US and the world are using “rising case numbers” to drive people back into lockdowns.
The news media are trumpeting these reports of case numbers.
THE CASE NUMBERS COME FROM THE TESTS. AND FROM EYEBALL DIAGNOSIS.
Eyeball diagnosis can mean a doctor observes the patient has a cough, or chills and fever. That’s all. That’s all a doctor needs to make a diagnosis of COVID. That’s a case number. Ridiculous? Of course it’s ridiculous. It’s a con. Brought to you by the CDC.
The PCR test, as I’ve explained dozens of times, spits out false-positives like waterfalls. It’s set up to do exactly that.
Increase testing and you automatically get rising case numbers. That’s the real reason for pushing expanded testing.
And there you have the scam in a nutshell.
The fascist public health agencies and the politicians WANT lockdowns. They know the only way to justify the lockdowns is to claim rising case numbers.
There’s another wrinkle you should be aware of. You’re seeing reports of “rising numbers of hospitalizations.” Wherever this is true (and not an outright lie), people could be coming to the hospital for any reason under the sun—including fear that they might “have the virus.” In the US, state hospitals receive federal money for every diagnosed COVID case. These hospitals need money. Simply and arbitrarily writing “COVID-19” on patient files becomes a way to get that money.
Occasionally, I receive reports from people who work at hospitals or know people who work at hospitals. The reports usually go this way: “We’re seeing very serious cases here. People are arriving with unusual symptoms…”
First of all, this is what hospitals are built for: people who are seriously ill. Some weeks are busier than others. Second, all over the world, there are always people wh
Article from LewRockwell