April 3, 2020

By JoLynn Live

Many Covid-19 Test Results Counterfeit

EPIDEMICS IN THE US have been a part of our history. Before the discovery of germs, frequent bathing and regular hand-washing, infectious diseases often spread within families and sadly could take out whole communities.  Reports of wide-spread epidemics were to be feared, for a disease could take out an entire area in a short period of time.

Smallpox in the 1600’s, Yellow Fever from the late 1700’s, Cholera and Scarlet Fever, from the mid-1800’s, Typhoid Fever, The Spanish Flu and Diphtheria in the early 1900’s, the 2nd Measles outbreak in the 1980’s, HIV/AIDS, have all been diseases we have tried to avoid. On a large scale, reported cases and deaths world-wide is called a pandemic. Epidemics and Pandemics alike, often leave feelings of panic, helplessness and fear.

The Chinese Coronavirus is no different. People all across the world are being quarantined in their own homes. Most Socialist and Communist Countries have implemented mandated quarantines while in the US, our Declaration of Independence grants us the freedom of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.  Many Governors have implemented a mandatory stay-at-home order, though some residents believe, illegally.

But are we really experiencing a Pandemic? By now, most of us know at least one person who has contracted Covid-19. It is not debatable whether the virus is real. It is and it’s dangerous. But are the numbers of Covid-19 deaths being reported accurately?

Cascades of tweets and Facebook photos of fabricated post-mortem data have been surfacing over the past few days. Medical workers have supported this, stating: ‘Suicides and murders are being classified as Covid-19 deaths if they carry the anti body. It’s a numbers game and a sham!’ Another posts: ‘Had 3 deaths this week due to bronchitis and pneumonia. Next morning came in and saw death certificates change to corona...’ Another person confirmed with family members, one being a doctor, one being a head emergency nurse that, ‘if anyone received a flu shot vaccine, which is an injection of coronavirus … to build immunity to combat flu, they will test positive for a corona virus and Covid-19. Both of these viruses are in the coronavirus family. Furthermore, if a person answers that they received  the flu vaccine this year, the hospital staff is not to test that person for Covid-19. They are to assume the person is ‘a positive.’

Needing more verification, The Hawaiian CDC actually reported, ‘ It is important to emphasize that Coronavirus Disease 2019 or COVID-19 should be reported on death certificates for all decedents where the disease caused or is assumed to have caused or contributed to death.’  ‘However, the rules for coding and selection of the underlying cause of death are expected to result in COVID-19 being the underlying cause more often than not.’ What if the cases of Covid-19 were not the cause, but rather one was admitted with Pneumonia or a different respiratory illness? What if last fall, this person received a flu shot. According to the CDC, these people are labeled as either Coronavirus carriers or fatalities.

Should “COVID-19” be reported on the death certificate only with a confirmed test? According to the National Vital Statistics System (NVSS), they do not. It is stated, ‘it should be reported where the disease is caused or is assumed to have caused …death.

Assumption is not fact. Opinion is not fact. Conjecture is not fact. Succumbing to pneumonia, bronchitis, murder, suicide are all different forms for death, separate from Covid-19. So why does the CDC have the liberty to document such things as fact when in their own literature, it states Covid-19 can be used as an assumed causes of death? 

Only a few days ago, President Trump and Vice President Pence, recently requested all hospital testing must be done ‘in house,’ unless they use one of the Whitehouse approved testing companies. Perhaps now at least in the US,  we will receive fact-check results rather than fake news.

In the coming days, weeks, and months ahead, is it too much for the average American to expect fact-checked results, rather than lumping many diseases into the category of Covid-19?   It shouldn’t be.