"There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics." The phrase was popularized in the United States by Mark Twain and never a truer quote for today's insanity and deep state lies over the so-called coronavirus pandemic!
In America today, almost 3 million people die each year, or when broken down, about 7,708.22 a day to be exact. Around 74% of all deaths in the United States occur as a result of 10 causes. Over the past 5 years, the main causes of death in the U.S. have remained fairly consistent, and coronavirus isn''t even a knit on a knat's ass. Remember so far this year, a little over 95,000 have died (probably, maybe) of this virus. During the same time, some 893,000 others have died from all other causes. Let's look at the top 10 American deaths as a whole year (2017 stats):
1) Heart Disease led deaths by 647,457
- Percentage of total deaths: 23.5%
- Deaths in 2017: 599,108
- Percentage of total deaths: 21.3%
3) Unintentional injuries:
- Deaths in 2017: 169,936
- Percentage of total deaths: 6%
4) Chronic lower respiratory disease
- Deaths in 2017: 160,201
- Percentage of total deaths: 5.7%
Chronic lower respiratory disease refers to a group of lung conditions that block the airflow and cause breathing-related issues. These diseases include:
5). Stroke and cerebrovascular diseases
- Deaths in 2017: 146,383
- Percentage of total deaths: 5.2%
Cerebrovascular diseases develop due to problems with the blood vessels that supply the brain.
Four of the most common cerebrovascular diseases are:
Every year, more than 795,000 people in the U.S. have a stroke. The risk of stroke varies with race, ethnicity, and age.
The highest death rates from stroke in the U.S. occur in the Southeast.
6) Alzheimer’s disease
- Deaths in 2017: 121,404
- Percentage of total deaths: 4.3%
- Deaths in 2017: 83,564
- Percentage of total deaths: 3%
8). Influenza and pneumonia... You know... the FLU!
- Deaths in 2017: 55,672
- Percentage of total deaths: 2%
Flu spreads easily from person to person, usually when someone who carries the virus coughs or sneezes.
A person can have the flu more than once, as many different strains of the virus can cause infection. They may belong to one of three different influenza families: A, B or C.
Type A viruses tend to affect adults more severely, while type B viruses most often cause health problems in children. Type C viruses are fairly uncommon.
Pneumonia causes the air sacs in the lungs to fill with pus and other fluids, preventing oxygen from reaching the bloodstream. If there is too little oxygen in the blood, the body’s cells cannot function. This can be fatal.
9) Kidney disease
- Deaths in 2017: 50,633
- Percentage of total deaths: 1.8%
- Deaths in 2017: 47,173
Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among people aged 10-34 years.
So I ask you again, why the hype over coronavirus? Think about it. Use the brain God gave you. You are being fed BULL SHIT!