CDC Updated Report: 94% of COVID-19 Deaths Had Serious Underlying Medical Conditions

The Centers for Disease Control released a report showing how many people who died from COVID-19 had underlying medical conditions that attributed to their death.

From 2.2 million down to…

On March 16, 2020, a report from Dr. Neil Ferguson of Imperial College London and his team sent shivers through the world by delivering enormous CIVID-19 death estimates.

It wasn’t the first time when Dr. Ferguson created widespread panic by publicizing his predictions of sensational death estimates due to a pandemic. He did this a few times before. His predictions of a death count result from mad cow disease, bird flu, and swine flu ended up being nowhere even remotely near to reality.

  • 2001 — Neil Ferguson’s research sparked a slaughter of more than six million cattle, sheep, and pigs during the outbreak of the foot-and-mouth disease in the U.K. (A cost to the U.K. economy totaled some £10 billion.) He also predicted that up to 150,000 people could die. Less than 200 died due to FMD.
  • 2002 — Neil Ferguson predicted that up to 50,000 people would likely die from Mad Cow Disease (BSE) exposure. The death count has reached 177.
  • 2005 — Neil Ferguson predicted that up to 200 million people could be killed from bird flu worldwide. His reasoning?
    “Around 40 million people died in the 1918 Spanish flu outbreak,” he said. There are six times more people on the planet now, so you could scale it up to around 200 million people probably.”
    Two hundred and eighty two people have succumbed to that disease globally.
  • 2009 — Based on Neil Ferguson’s expert opinion, the U.K. government estimated that the swine flu would kill close to 65,000 people in the U.K. Less than 500 people lost their lives due to that illness.

And finally:
On March 16, 2020, Dr. Ferguson and his team have struck again. Hopefully, this time will be the last. His computer simulation model called for 2.2 million American deaths caused by Coronavirus (worst case scenario), by merely assuming that 81% of the population gets infected (that’s 268 million people) and that 0.9% of them die. As of today, the number of deaths attributed to the virus is approaching 190,000.

…less than 10 thousand.

According to the CDC’s newly updated report, out of almost 190,000 COVID-19 deaths, only 9,683 people in the United States have a COVID-19 listed on their death certificate as the only cause of death. The rest of people whose deaths ware attributed to COVID-19 ware suffering from other illness or multiple illnesses, but tested positive for COVID-19 or wasn’t tested but had COVID-19 symptoms.

From the CDC report:

The types of health conditions and contributing causes mentioned in conjunction with deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death.

Table 3 From CDC (National Center for Health Statistics)
Click the table to enlarge.

The following are the top underlying medical conditions linked to COVID-19 deaths.

  • Influenza and pneumonia
  • Respiratory failure
  • Hypertensive disease
  • Diabetes
  • Vascular and unspecified dementia
  • Cardiac Arrest
  • Heart failure
  • Renal failure
  • Intentional and unintentional injury, poisoning and other adverse events
  • Other medical conditions

Click here to read the entire report from the CDC.

The last thought.

 Why are so many deaths listed as caused by COVID-19 connected to at least one (2.6 on average) additional medical condition? Laura Ingraham and Dr. Scott Jensen outlined some possible reasons on Laura’s tv show — Laura Ingraham Angle.

Published on May 5, 20202 by The Spectator News.

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Riots — Lara Logan Explains Who Incite The Violence In Our Cities

Lara Logan says “professional agitators” are behind the George Floyd riots and explains how to spot those who incite violence.

Lara Logan talks about individuals trained and paid to create mayhem and destruction.

Real professional antagonists and instigators, and they ware all in black. They often have equipment on their backs. They’ll have gas masks that aren’t the typical gas masks. Theirs are the expensive ones. They’ll have SDLR cameras, which cost thousands and thousands of dollars, that the average protest doesn’t have. They’ll have communications equipment, like radios with military-grade antennas. You’ll see they have earpieces, and there are repeaters on top of vehicles. And these people come from the outside.

Few questions:

  • Who is financing these agitators?
  • Who trains them and where they receive the training in crowd-control techniques?
  • Who supplies the equipment?
  • Who provides transport and housing (they’re mostly not local)?

Can anyone answer these questions? Can anyone tell me who benefits the most from civil unrest? Certainly not the people whose neighborhoods have been devastated.

The most scary part is…,

To see how easy it is to use people’s fear and anger to control their actions. To see how easy it is for a small group of professional anarchists to transform peaceful demonstrations into riots. We should be more vigilant if it comes to whom we perceive as our leaders and not allow bad actors to use us to advance their agenda.

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Parler – New Alternative To Twitter

The new social platform wants to be heaven for free speech.


Parler is a young social platform similar to Twitter but intended as bios free, an apolitical stage for everyone to use without fear of being kicked out. The network is quickly becoming a home for those banned on Twitter and Facebook.

Company CEO John Matze told Politico.

We’re pretty much bipartisan from our standpoint. I really don’t want to take a stance at all on the political side of things. However it seems extremely relevant right now for conservatives at least to build a platform where they can build trust. They feel extremely abused by social media.

As for information found on their website, Parler allows digital publishers, influencers, writers, politicians and citizens to engage in conversations and content in real time. The goal is to empower users to control their social experience and build trust within the online community. Their goal is to supply the infrastructure for the next generation of social media where content creators are supported for participating.

  • Parler aims to empower users to control their social experience. Users can be responsible to engage content as they see fit.
  • They are not regulators or governors. Perler is a community.
  • The platform accepts your right to express your thoughts, opinions and ideals online.
  • Just like in society, Parler interactions are subject to guidelines; and when you respect them, you are free to participate wholly.

Parler CEO John Matze on Ingraham Angle.


How it started.

After being exhausted with a lack of transparency in big tech, ideological censorship, and privacy abuse, John Matze and Jared Thomson decided to create an alternative solution and in 2018 Parler was born.

What is it.

Parler is a tool where everyone can be their media outlet, filter their content, and the established influencers and digital publishers can use the platform to enhance their brands and communities. Additionally, provided enterprise tools can be used to enhance online blogs, media, and websites with direct social integrations and monetization capabilities.

Who is it for.

Parler provides a Commenting and Social News platform for digital publishers, influencers, bloggers, writers, politicians, and social users to share news, opinions, and content in real time.


Parler website – Check Them Out.


The future is bright.

As I’ve mentioned, Parler is a new company, and their service just started to gain popularity due to recent actions taken by established social media platform providers against, mainly, conservative users. Many of those, some very prominent, who ware suspended, demonetized or banned by the likes of Facebook and Twitter has moved to Parler bringing a big chunk of their followers with them.

Of course Parler, even with a recent surge in signups, is no match for the guys at the top, but… if the rumors are real, and Trump 2020 campaign is looking at Parler as a potential alternative to Twitter, that would be a game changer. Even if only a fraction of President’s 60 million followers will move to Parler, that little platform will be on its way to become a serious threat to the social media establishment.

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