During an interview with Greg Hunter, Dr. Pierre Kory  locked in on excess mortality, which after the ‘vaccine’ rollout, has been “historically unprecedented.”
“A few months ago, a number of life insurance companies were reporting increases in life insurance claims for young, working-age Americans, 18 to 65, between 18, 23, and up to 40%. And then Lincoln Financial, the fifth-largest life insurance company in the country announced that in last [year, there was a] 163% increase in life insurance claims over historical baselines.”
Here are the precise numbers for group death benefits taken from Lincoln National’s annual statements for the past three years:
And below are the key numbers for 2021 for the company’s annual statement that they filed with the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services. These are national numbers, not state-specific:
Read more about this in the linked Substack article below:
The scary part, which Dr. Kory does a great job pointing out, is that this accounts almost exclusively for acute deaths. We’re going to see even more deaths in the form of cancer and long-term disease.
“Those are the drop deaths, the sudden cardiac arrests, the heart attacks, and strokes. [With] the excess mortality of the cancers we’re seeing, those cancers are going to continue to rage throughout the vaccinated population. And that’s going to be going on for some time, and you’re going to see it in young people.”
And to pile even more to the problem, the silence of the hospitals and medical schools, who are witnessing all of this, their silence may be most disturbing of all.
“I was going to write this Substack post called ‘The Silence of the Deans,’ and a dean of a medical school is an extremely powerful position. There’s only about 126 big academic medical centers in the country.
And to know that the Dean sitting atop of these major medical centers, with neurologists and cardiologists and obstetrician and gynecologists seeing strokes, infertility, heart attacks in people with no comorbidities at very young ages … There’s no way that the leaders of these health care institutions didn’t know. Not one spoke up.”
Follow the link below to see the rest of this interview with the honorable Pierre Kory.