Posted BY: Deane Waldman, M.D.

The Biden administration has just extended its COVID scam, the “emperor’s new clothes,” by renewing the declaration of a Public Health Emergency.  A recent poll shows that 52 percent of Americans still think the U.S. is in grave danger from COVID.  Is that true?  Was it ever?  Are Washington’s COVID narrative and response plan good medical science? 

The word “science” has been turned on its head by Washington.  When Dr. Fauci proclaims, “I represent science”; when Twitter cancels Dr. Robert Malone; and when an academic journal censors a vaccine safety study, they subvert true science.

When one applies the scientific method to data about COVID, vaccines, and Washington mandates, one conclusion is inescapable.  Everything Washington said and did was wrong and unscientific.

The title includes “short-term” because there are no long-term or even moderate-term data on outcomes: efficacy and adverse impacts.  Though that is public health malpractice, it did not stop Washington from promulgating numerous medically improper, socially devastating mandates and advisories.  

The first and most egregious official medical falsehood represented that COVID was a grave national health hazard.  The danger was massively exaggerated.  For the healthy adult population, the chance of death because of COVID infection is similar to the seasonal flu.

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Only elderly and immuno-compromised Americans, estimated at 2.3 percent of the population, are at serious risk of death due to infection with COVID.  The official number of “COVID deaths” is greatly exaggerated.  Autopsy studies and CDC demographic data show that 73 to 88 percent of these COVID deaths were people who died not from COVID, but because of multiple pre-existing conditions — cancer, kidney or heart failure, chronic lung disease, autoimmune conditions like rheumatoid arthritis.  While all COVID deaths had a positive test, only six percent had no pre-existing comorbidity.  COVID deaths included a 55-year-old motorcycle accident victim because a blood sample taken in the ER was positive.

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