Trump (finally) says COVID-19 deaths are “far exaggerated”

Love him, hate him or think he’s a 666th degree Freemason — it’s a hopeful sign when the president of the United States openly proclaims, what us in the COVID truth movement have been saying since March: It’s hardly accurate to count people without any respiratory issues as a death from COVID-19.

Donald Trump tweeted on January 3rd (as quoted by The Epoch Times):

“The number of cases and deaths of the China Virus is far exaggerated in the United States because of [the CDC’s] ridiculous method of determination… ‘When in doubt, call it Covid.’ Fake News!”

Of course, Fauci countered by telling ABC News: “All you need to do is go out into the trenches, go to the hospitals, see what the healthcare workers are dealing with, they are under very stressed situations.”

Yet, as I will demonstrate in a forthcoming article, almost every winter hospitals go beyond capacity (with hundreds of thousands of people sadly dying from respiratory diseases). Compared to the 2017/18 flu season, this winter has been mild.

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