Covid Hospitalization Deception Exposed by Unlikely Whistleblower
Why hospitalization rates are deceptively meaningless
For well over a year, everyone admitted to a hospital has been tested for Covid. Tested when admitted and when discharged.
Most hospitals have been testing patients daily since, at least, December 2020. This testing occurs whether you’re in the hospital for knee surgery, heart attack, cancer, or anything else.
Patients who test positive for Covid, either upon admission or later during their stay, become Covid patients. Most of these cases that emerge during hospitalization for something else never receive treatment for Covid because the “official” treatment for Covid is “wait ‘til the patient is nearly dead.” I wrote about this recently:
Nonetheless, if someone tests positive for Covid at any point during their in-patient treatment for gall stones, they become an official Covid hospitalization, inflating the numbers dramatically.
But that accounting gimmick could change soon, and the impetus for any such change is an unlikely source.
Dr. Fauci, Whistleblower
Yesterday while driving home from Mass, I heard an interview with Dr. Fauci in which he did the unthinkable: he told the truth about hospitalization rates for Covid, at least in the context of pediatric hospitalizations. By the time I sat down to write about it, The Gateway Pundit had already posted the shocking story:
BAM! It took two years, but Fauci finally fessed up to the statistical shenanigans he and the CDC have been using to panic the American public since the Covid pandemic began. While his NBC host failed to seize on that admission for further explanation, everyone who’s been following the numbers knows what happened: Dr. Fauci just blew up another plot line in the official Covid narrative.
The Old “Be Very Afraid” Narrative Lost Its Purpose
The narrative for two years has been that hospitals were “on the verge of collapse” because of overwhelming Covid cases. I won’t deny that there were moments when particular hospitals had a lot of people sick with Covid. There were times when ICUs had a lot of people with Covid.
What we don’t know, and probably never will know, is how many of those patients were in the hospital or ICU because of Covid. But we know it’s something short of 100 percent. We blogged about this deception last week:
And this is why so many people who pay attention have zero faith in anything they hear from hospitals and government health authorities. We know they’ve been lying all along, and Dr. Fauci just exposed the lie.
Fauci’s admission is a strong indication of the shift in narrative going on. (But not the only one.)