Illinois Recognizes Overcounting COVID Deaths

Illinois has officially recognized it’s been overcounting COVID deaths. Gunshot deaths, deadly accidents and cancer deaths have been counted.

Let me tell you, if Illinois bureaucracy is willing to recognize this overcounting, that means the situation has become really ridiculous and impossible to conceal. The governor’s entire political career depends on the death numbers being very high. It’s not surprising that there’s been so much overcounting.

One thought on “Illinois Recognizes Overcounting COVID Deaths”

  1. Haven’t posted anything for a while, but I guess I’m hoping for some feedback on the Covid-19 status. I really don’t know how this is going to end up. But too many facts are out there and more everyday. So, this is my understanding of it as of now:
    1) There is no known case of “swipe” transmission.
    2) There is no aerosolized transmission (established quite some time ago).

    3) The study published in the New England Journal of Medicine of 30 January 2020 apparently confirming “asymptomatic transmission” has been proven erroneous. Both the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) of Germany and the Public Health Agency of Sweden have confirmed this assessment, the latter released “sources that claimed that the coronavirus would infect during the incubation period lack scientific support for this analysis in their articles” Virologist Christian Drosten of the Charité University Hospital in Berlin, who did the lab work for the study and is one of its authors was quoted: “I feel bad about how this went, but I don’t think anybody is at fault here…” And he feels “bad” about it? And this is why we had to “flatten the curve and lock-down” for 2-3 weeks – so the alleged asymptomatic carriers could get sick and then be identified – protecting others? Am I misunderstanding something here?

    My interjected comment: So apparently the only way one can get this is by being sneezed or coughed on by someone already sick with the contagion? And we keep seeing daily reports in the mass media of increased “cases” and deaths?

    There are other mystifying aspects of this contagion, mostly not the contagion itself (for most no illness or like a head cold), but for the public and political aspects. But that’s all I can put together for now.


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