At the end of 2020, we reported how the CDC was caught manipulating the death statistics to make “COVID deaths” appear to be much higher than they actually were.
In November of 2020, we published an article with the above chart showing that based on the CDC’s own statistics from January through September of 2020, the total projected deaths for the year were on pace to be about the same as the previous three years, 2017 – 2019. See:
Statistics Show that the Number of People who Died in the U.S. in 2020 will be the SAME as Previous Years, in Spite of COVID
When word got out that the flu season seemed to vanish in 2020, the CDC proceeded to stop tracking influenza statistics.
Here is a screenshot from the CDC website of the page that announced this, but I do not believe this page is found on the CDC website anymore:
On February 3, 2021, we published an article highlighting a study published in the journal Science, Public Health Policy & the Law that claimed the CDC violated federal law by inflating COVID-19 fatality statistics.
The study is titled “COVID-19 Data Collection, Comorbidity & Federal Law: A Historical Retrospective.”
In that same article that we published, we published a screenshot of a page that existed on the CDC website on December 30, 2020 that showed the total deaths in the U.S. from all causes as of December 30, 2020, as being 2,902,664 deaths. See:
Just after the first of the year in 2021, however, this page disappeared from the CDC website, and an entirely new section was put up on the CDC’s website that tracked deaths, and the total deaths for 2020 were revised to be 3,389,094, a difference of 486,430 deaths.
Now, one year later, it appears that those additional deaths attributed to 2020 were basically being pre-added to cover up the deaths that were going to be caused by the experimental COVID-19 “vaccines” for 2021.
Link for screenshot of death toll on December 30, 2020: https://healthimpactnews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2021/02/dec_30_2020_CDC_All_deaths.last_.jpg