Death Counts and Mistrust


Bigger Pie Forum | Death Counts and Mistrust | Kelley Williams
I suspect, when this is all over, one lasting effect of COVID-19 will be loss of trust. Loss of trust in experts and other nannies, in governors, in mayors, in local police, in the World Health Organization, the Center for Disease Control, the Food and Drug Administration — and in the media (which didn’t have much to start with).
Not just loss of trust due to obvious mistakes. But loss of trust due to hidden agendas, face-saving cover-ups, hypocritical double standards and arrogant use of unjust powers (e.g., sentencing a Dallas mom to jail who wouldn’t apologize for working).
Our Declaration of Independence says: “Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.“ Who consents to be governed by those they don’t trust and abuse their power? The compliant, the comfortable and the insiders — who don’t lose their jobs. They think Big Brother knows best.
But those destroyed by and vulnerable to the lockdowns know better. There are a lot of them. They don’t like what’s happening. They are speaking out. Ignoring Big Brother. They don’t consent.
Look at the COVID-19 death count predictions and cover-up to see why. Presidential advisers relying on a fraudulent British academic and his flawed model predicted 2.2 million U.S. deaths from COVID-19 without lockdowns. (The hypocritical Professor Lockdown was outed breaking his own lockdown rules last week trysting with his married lover, a mother of two.)
Latest actual U.S. deaths from all causes reported by the CDC were 2.8 million in 2018. That’s 8,600 deaths per million population. The predicted 79 percent increase caused panic and extreme responses — as intended. But then oops! Just like that, it was 100,000 – 200,000 predicted deaths. Then, 60,000 or 182 per million. That’s about

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