All-cause mortality is the most accurate data, and it shows absolutely no evidence of a Covid pandemic.
All-cause mortality is the most accurate and most reliable scientific data for analysing the “Covid pandemic” because it doesn’t discriminate and it has no bias. After all, a death is a death.
When time, age, and region, are used as additional variables, the correlations become (nearly) bulletproof.
ANOTHER MIC-DROP STUDY
Denis Rancourt previously co-authored a huge paper and spoke about it on my podcast, in which they concluded that all-cause mortality data shows no viral outbreak in 2020. He has co-authored yet another paper, COVID-Period Mass Vaccination Campaign and Public Health Disaster in the USA, which can be downloaded below.
For a detailed breakdown of the study, I recommend watching the presentation conducted by Denis and his co-authors (Marine Baudin and Jérémie Mercier). Their research includes “vaccination” data.
For a simpler breakdown of the study, I recommend watching my conversation with Denis, in which he explains everything in layman’s language, and throws in some eye-opening geopolitics for good measure.
Basically, COVID-19 isn’t real.
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