At a certain point you have to go… do we really know?
What if the corona tests have many false positives. They never ever got a real HIV test. Never. But people think they did and many were tested. Maybe this is the same?
What about the deaths? We know the 2 doctors banned video they said several of their ER friends were being PUSHED to call death by ANYTHING a corona death. Why? MONEY. They get money, aid, and CONTROL the more deaths there are.
What if everything we are calling CORONA is simply the flu? The normal flu? All it would take is a fake test. Nurses said they found many false positives. Now we just say Oh that person has antibodies. So if its a fake antibody test we’ll never know.
This quite worries me. We accept too much too easily. Can we get some proof please?
Dr. Scott Jensen, a Minnesota family physician who is also a Republican state senator, told “The Ingraham Angle” Wednesday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) guidelines for doctors to certify whether a patient has died of coronavirus are “ridiculous” and could be misleading the public.
Host Laura Ingraham read Jensen the guidelines, which say: “In cases where a definite diagnosis of COVID cannot be made but is suspected or likely (e.g. the circumstances are compelling with a reasonable degree of certainty) it is acceptable to report COVID-19 on a death certificate as ‘probable’ or ‘presumed.'”
In response, Jensen told Ingraham the CDC’s death certificate manual tells physicians to focus on “precision and specificity,” but the coronavirus death certification guidance runs completely counter to that axiom.
Michael Fleming never got to say goodbye to his father. He didn’t know his dad was fading away on a ventilator, diagnosed with coronavirus at the federal prison where he was serving time for a drug charge.
His father, also named Michael, was held at FCI Terminal Island in Los Angeles and died April 19. At least half the population there has tested positive, the largest known hot spot in the federal prison system. But the first word the family received of the father’s illness was the day he died, from a prison chaplain asking if the body should be cremated and where the ashes should be sent.