If Sunlight Continues, Expect More of This – Alameda County, CA, Significantly Lowers COVID Death Toll After Review of Records


Posted originally on the conservative tree house June 6, 2021 | Sundance | 209 Comments

This is one of those transparently obvious issues that everyone knows, yet the media and others have a vested interest to deny.  The COVID-attributed death toll in Alameda County, California, is being lowered by 25% after a review of “cause of death” certificates and records.

There are thousands of examples of manipulated COVID fatality records all over the world and specifically inside the U.S.  In addition to their being a profound difference between dying *with* COVID as opposed to dying *from* COVID, there were/are a litany of incentives to mislabel and misidentify the cause of death within health records.

Quite simply as part of the overall hype behind the COVID threat the local, state and federal recording system was intentionally constructed to generate over-recording of COVID mortality rates.  Even the annual death rate from the regularly occurring flu just vanished over the past year as almost every fatality was labeled a COVID death.

Yes, there were people who died specifically as an outcome of COVID respiratory infections. Yes, there were people with pre-existing conditions that made them more susceptible to the respiratory illness; however, that number is stunningly lower than what the CDC has assembled and attributed to COVID.  The ground-up reporting was simply based on false attribution; and financial incentives for those diagnoses was a major part of the problem.

CALIFORNIA – A quarter of all deaths previously attributed to COVID-19 in Alameda County weren’t actually caused by the coronavirus, the Alameda County Public Health Department announced today.  

That puts the county’s new official COVID-19 death toll at 1,223, down from 1,634.  The 25% decrease—or 411 cases—is due to the fact that COVID “wasn’t a direct cause” of death in these cases, according to county health officials.

“There are definitely people who died from reasons that were clearly not caused by COVID,”said Neetu Balram, a spokesperson for the Alameda County Public Health Department.   Balram couldn’t give specifics about the true cause of death for the 411 people removed from the COVID-19 data, but she said the cases were identified after reviewing codes entered by county coroners into CalREDIE, the state’s database for disease reporting and surveillance.  (read more)

This issue was one of the early problems with the COVID hype.  Early in the reporting President Trump stated the hype of the threat was “a hoax” being pushed by some in the healthcare community and mainstream media.  Immediately that comment by President Trump was politically weaponized by those with a vested interest in using the COVID narrative to undermine the Trump administration.

President Trump was painted into a corner, mostly by media and political opposition by those who wanted to see him removed.  COVID was hyped, the systems were all designed to support that hype… and the narrative engineers were off to the races.

It’s doubtful that history will adequately reflect just how fraudulent the hype of the COVID-19 pandemic was in relation to the risk of the SARS virus to health people because those who created the narrative have a vested interest in retaining their prior positions.  However, that doesn’t mean the reality of the threat is different, it only means the Potemkin village will remain visible for those who really do an honest assessment.

In the final analysis the hypocrisy everyone has noticed isn’t really hypocrisy; it is more akin to the reality of officials in charge of the government response visibly acting in ways to show they knew the severity of threat was based on lies. Nothing more…

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