Over the past several months a worrying trend has emerged – people are dropping dead at an unprecedented clip, and it has little to do with Covid-19.
In fact, the spike almost perfectly coincides with the rollout of the experimental mRNA Covid vaccines.
As the Gateway Pundit reported last month, excess deaths in the US have skyrocketed across all age groups, especially among young people between the ages of 25 and 44. This particular group has experienced a record-shattering 84% increase in excess deaths, according to the latest data from the CDC.
Unsurprisingly, this concerning trend isn’t just affecting the United States.
Countries across the world, particularly ones that are considered to be a part of the West, are all experiencing excess mortality, most of which by a staggering amount.
Our neighbors to the north in Canada saw a spike in death of 24% among the healthiest Canadians – those aged 0-44 – between July 31st and October 2nd, 2021.
It’s worth pointing out that Canadian Prime Minister Justin ‘Two-Face” Trudeau mandated the vaccine for workers in August, lining up perfectly with the spike in excess deaths.
Take a look, via Maxim Boivin on Twitter:
The same trend can be seen across Europe, with the overwhelming majority of the countries experiencing skyrocketing excess deaths – minus a couple of notable exceptions.
As displayed below, a small number of countries, like Iceland and Sweeden – which didn’t fully participate in civilization-destroying lockdowns throughout the pandemic, are now faring significantly better than their European peers.
Who could have predicted such a thing… not the sCiENcE, that’s for sure.
Look, via Dr. Eli David:
According to the latest data from the US, millennials, by far, were hit hardest by the wave of excess deaths – likely because taking the jab was the only way for them to stay employed.
Most concerningly, this “disturbing” trend is continuing, if not getting worse.
This pandemic was never about saving lives. Quite the contrary, it may have been the opposite.
Don’t take it from me, listen to Bill Gates (beginning at minute marker 4:21):
“First, we’ve got population. The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about nine billion. Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent. But there, we see an increase of about 1.3.”