December 23, 2020
PCR tests are a scam. They don’t work as claimed.
Yet their widespread use provides a foundation for manipulating people to be vaxxed with experimental, hazardous to human health vaccines.
PCR tests produce false positive results up to 90% of the time.
According to former Pfizer chief science advisor Dr. Mike Yeadon, PCR tests are junk science.
They lack credibility, creating a covid outbreak crisis that would not exist without them.
We’re being lied to by government officials, Pharma and their media press agents.
Asked if “(w)e are basing a government policy, an economic policy, a civil liberties policy, in terms of limiting people to six people in a meeting…all based on what may well be completely fake data on this coronavirus,” he said:
“It is now established that at least 30% of our population already had immunological recognition of this new virus before it even arrived.”
“COVID-19 is new, but coronaviruses are not.”
10 percent of all U.S. deaths tied to mistakes
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
(May 3, 2016)
Analyzing medical death rate data over an eight-year period, Johns Hopkins patient safety experts have calculated that more than 250,000 deaths per year are due to medical error in the U.S. Their figure, published May 3 in The BMJ, surpasses the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) third leading cause of death — respiratory disease, which kills close to 150,000 people per year.
The Johns Hopkins team says the CDC’s way of collecting national health statistics fails to classify medical errors separately on the death certificate. The researchers are advocating for updated criteria for classifying deaths on death certificates.
“Incidence rates for deaths directly attributable to medical care gone awry haven’t been recognized in any standardized method for collecting national statistics,” says Martin Makary, M.D., M.P.H., professor of surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and an authority on health reform. “The medical coding system was designed to maximize billing for physician services, not to collect national health statistics, as it is currently being used.”
In 1949, Makary says, the U.S. adopted an international form that used International Classification of Diseases (ICD) billing codes to tally causes of death.