From March 2021 to February 2022, there were 61,000 excess deaths in the millennial cohort, which is, essentially, in one year, a ‘silent’ Vietnam War.
Ed Dowd: “You can’t convince me that everyone decided in a three-month timeframe to all commit suicide, overdose on drugs or all miss their cancer screening treatments, so that, for me, the millennials [are] what I call the smoking gun. This is a group that shouldn’t be dying, especially in year two of a pandemic.
You can’t tell me the virus switched from only going after older folks to now going after younger folks and switching from respiratory to cardiovascular, and that’s what we’re seeing mostly occurring with these young folks, cardiovascular issues.”
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