Clearly, many have questioned the numbers that we are being told about concerning the coronavirus. In fact, when we reported the outlandish model of John Hopkins they declared millions would die, we were called fake news and the hospital put out a statement saying they didn’t predict anything, even though they had a model that did just that. With that said, a concerned South Carolina citizen emailed me with some informative statistics and asked why no one was doing the math and thinking logically while rushing to impose tyrannical measures against the people.
Here’s what Same wrote:
I keep watching the real coronavirus numbers in relation to population. I divide the case numbers into the population. I then divide number of deaths into the number of cases. Here is that data I extracted at noon today…
April 1, 2020
*According to https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html
( * Confirmed cases include presumptive positive cases)
Global Population 7,800,000,000
887,067 coronavirus cases (.011% of population)
44,264 coronavirus related deaths (4.99% death rate)
USA Population 327,000,000
189,753 coronavirus cases (0.058% of population)
4,127 coronavirus related deaths (2.17% death rate)
New York City Population 8,500,000
76,049 coronavirus cases (0.89% of population)
1,096 coronavirus related deaths (1.44% death rate)
South Carolina/Population 5,148,714
1,083 coronavirus cases (0.02% of population)
22 coronavirus related deaths (2.2% death rate)
White House projects 100,000 to 240,000 US DEATHS from virus.
So, we are supposed to believe this virus is going to kill more people than we have, to date, recorded number of coronavirus cases, and potentially kill up to 2.1 to 5.5 times more people in our own country than has died globally from this coronavirus since first tracked in early November 2019? Okay, then I ask, what makes this much MORE deadly in the USA than the rest of the entire planet?
Why is no one doing the math? Math may not be science, but math and logic helps us understand the relationship between these case quantities and this virus spread which relate to the real world phenomena. I have watched these number for a solid month now. Examining the math, I cannot understand the logic that is used in all the political decisions affecting our economy and our lives.
Please tell me what I am missing here.
For this apocalyptic virus to affect even 1% of SC, we would have to have a total of 51,487 cases. Currently at 1,083 since this hysteria began over a month ago. It had sure better spread 50 times faster if we are gonna reach even 1%. Otherwise we have limited our freedom, destroyed budgets, sunk retirements, killed businesses, wrecked the state’s economy and made people afraid to go outside their homes for nothing.
BTW, we have already had 68 flu deaths in SC vs 22 deaths in SC due to COVID 19. CDC reports between 3% to 11% get the flu annually. Since COVID 19 has been tracked by Johns Hopkins, 0.058% of the USA population has caught it. But, ignore the real numbers and keep on enjoying the rising Fascism.
What Are the top 10 Leading Causes of Death in the United States?
The following data is taken from the CDC’s 2017 report.
No aggressive governmental measures planned or currently in place to prevent or cure any of the top 10 killers. Now, compare these numbers to the actual number of COVID 19 deaths (USA: 4,127, Global:45,371).
1. Heart disease
Number of deaths per year: 635,260
Percent of total deaths: 23.1 percent
Number of deaths per year: 598,038
Percent of total deaths: 21.7 percent
3. Accidents (unintentional injuries)
Number of deaths per year: 161,374
Percent of total deaths: 5.9 percent
4. Chronic lower respiratory diseases
Number of deaths per year: 154,596
Percent of total deaths: 5.6 percent
Number of deaths per year: 142,142
Percent of total deaths: 5.18 percent
6. Alzheimer’s disease
Number of deaths per year: 116,103
Percent of total deaths: 4.23 percent
Number of deaths per year: 80,058
Percent of total deaths: 2.9 percent
8. Influenza and pneumonia
Number of deaths per year: 51,537
Percent of total deaths: 1.88 percent
9. Kidney disease
Number of deaths per year: 50,046
Percent of total deaths: 1.8 percent
Number of deaths per year: 44,965
Percent of total deaths: 1.64 percent
Now, why are we not pulling out all the stops on these other deaths and diseases?
There’s an agenda here people. Open your eyes and see it!
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