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U.S. COVID-19 deaths reach 800,000 as
Delta ravaged in 2021

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Posted By: NorthernDog, 12/12/2021 10:53:44 PM

The United States on Sunday reached 800,000 coronavirus-related deaths, according to a Reuters tally, as the nation braces for a potential surge in infections due to more time spent indoors with colder weather and the highly transmissible Omicron variant of the virus. The milestone means the U.S. death toll from this one virus now exceeds the entire population of North Dakota. (Snip) Since the start of the year, over 450,000 people in the United States have died after contracting COVID-19, or 57% of all U.S. deaths from the illness since the pandemic started. The deaths this year were mostly in


More deaths than ever since Joe-Joe enacted his 'secret plan' to contain the virus.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: voxpopuli 12/12/2021 10:57:17 PM (No. 1005226)
Reuters, Roshan Abraham & Aparupa Mazumder cool.. how do they make these numbers up.. amazes me..
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Reply 2 - Posted by: chumley 12/12/2021 11:07:52 PM (No. 1005233)
I dont believe it. My state has done nearly nothing with this covid hoax, and the number of deaths I am personally aware of is just a few. ALL had something else wrong with them that contributed and for all anyone knows it could have been a regular flu or pneumonia or something. These people cannot be trusted. Obviously we peasants are not acting scared enough so this is necessary to keep us quaking in our boots. And getting their depopulation shots.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: YorkieMom 12/12/2021 11:25:14 PM (No. 1005244)
And still no deaths from flu?
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Reply 4 - Posted by: NotaBene 12/12/2021 11:47:40 PM (No. 1005248)
It’s the vaccines, stupid.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: RedWhite&Blue2 12/13/2021 12:11:50 AM (No. 1005259)
Chairman Xi didn’t have to fire a single shot to kill nearly a million of us, did he? Fauci and Xi are swapping bong hits and laughing hilariously at the idiots who purport to “govern” this great nation...and the idiots who keep voting for the rat bastids...
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Reply 6 - Posted by: janjan 12/13/2021 12:27:17 AM (No. 1005266)
There have not been 800,00 ‘Covid related deaths’. There have been deaths from all sorts of causes, including the vaccine, that were blamed on Covid because the hospitals were being paid off by the government to say so. Please don’t fall for this propaganda BS.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Grounded 12/13/2021 12:54:55 AM (No. 1005289)
The operative term here is "COVID related". A person with a compromised immune system that perishes from bacterial pneumonia and who just also happens to have been COVID infected is tallied as a COVID related death. There were any number of reports of the death toll being inflated. Have the figures been reconciled with the statistical reality?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: GTO6.0 12/13/2021 1:11:23 AM (No. 1005296)
How about an official truthful breakdown? Number of flu deaths _______ Number of Covid 19 deaths _________ Not “related” phony numbers. The general public would be astounded to know the actual number of flu deaths reported every year for the last twenty five years because they’re lied to constantly.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: DVC 12/13/2021 1:34:22 AM (No. 1005304)
And 94% are the mostly bogus "died with" and 6% are "died of". So, 752,000 of those are fraudulent. And 48,000 may be real deaths from this virus. A bad flu year is 60,000...and this is two years, so not even a bad flu, if you leave out the CDC rewrite of the death certificate process to induce these frauds....for bounties paid for all Wuhan flu "deaths"....real or not, big checks of taxpayer's money written for a fraudulent death certificate. And docs and hospitals happy to prostitute themselves for the bounties.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: DogFacedPonySoldier 12/13/2021 4:09:38 AM (No. 1005342)
The average number of deaths from all causes in the U.S. has been around 8000 deaths per day. That number has been nudging upward since the baby boomers have been swelling the elderly demographic in recent years. 8000 x 365 equals 2,920,000. We know that "covid related deaths" includes people who died WITH Covid19 , sometimes found incidental to accidental deaths, to murder and incidental to other fatal illnesses. The "800,000 deaths" over 2 years... 400,000 per year... even inflated with "covid related" in a country of 330,000,000 is just not that impressive.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Strike3 12/13/2021 4:10:44 AM (No. 1005344)
Coronavirus-related? The lies have been so bad since March of 2020 that this could mean you visited a hospital where a COVID patient died a year ago and you slipped on a wet floor in the lobby and broke your neck.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: judy 12/13/2021 5:09:04 AM (No. 1005368)
I though they said it would be 25 years before their stats on covid could be released...
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Reply 13 - Posted by: tivey6301 12/13/2021 5:31:15 AM (No. 1005377)
CDC show's that 375K died from the wuhan in under President Trump in 2020 with NO vaccine. 800K now means that over 425K have under brandon WITH the vaccine. Hmmm
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Reply 14 - Posted by: F15 Gork 12/13/2021 5:59:11 AM (No. 1005385)
Brandon must have cured the regular Flu.....haven’t heard jack diddly about the regular Flu.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 12/13/2021 6:28:04 AM (No. 1005399)
Don't believe a word you say, Rooters.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: ireneR 12/13/2021 6:30:11 AM (No. 1005401)
Sure glad that Biden stopped the virus
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Reply 17 - Posted by: udanja99 12/13/2021 7:51:26 AM (No. 1005455)
Sure! Actually the number is 48,000 since the other 94% of deaths were due to something else which was aggravated by covid. 48,000 is a little more than half the number of the annual death rate from the flu. Which begs the question, what happened to the flu?
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Reply 18 - Posted by: marbles 12/13/2021 7:58:37 AM (No. 1005459)
I know someone that is in the hospital for a badly infected toe. After 4 days a nurse casually told him that he has covid. He has no symptoms and has no idea of when or how he was tested for it. He has had the shot and a booster.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: walcb 12/13/2021 8:12:15 AM (No. 1005473)
11 x higher than Japan. Why? Because Americans are fat and the virus likes fat. Except for Sumo wrestlers, Japanese are not fat.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: privateer 12/13/2021 8:43:32 AM (No. 1005511)
'Rhoiders, so...fake news, lies and BS.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Old Army Vet 12/13/2021 9:14:10 AM (No. 1005545)
Sorry, not buying it. The CDC and the feds keep lying to us. Died with and died of are two different things.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: MickTurn 12/13/2021 12:04:06 PM (No. 1005765)
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Are You Serious 12/13/2021 1:15:57 PM (No. 1005849)
Could I get a show of hands for all those who actually believe this nonsensical number ?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: DVC 12/13/2021 2:04:13 PM (No. 1005913)
Re #22. He "has COVID" because if the check that 'money box' (fraud or not, symptoms or not, treatment or not) on a hospital patient the feds send a big booster check. Check a box.....get a big check. Easy peasy. Your infected toe friend probably has not had COVID, just a greedy hospital staff.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 12/13/2021 3:45:53 PM (No. 1005958)
According to Rotters, more people died of COVID in 2021 (450k) than 2020 (350k) despite 200 million people being vaccinated. How do you explain that? Don't blame the unvaccinated. There are 200 million fewer of them. Is the data accurate? Very doubtful. Does the vaccine work? Nope. Not in all cases. Where does that leave us? We cannot trust anything being said about COVID. Their data is faulty. We cannot rely on the vaccine to protect us. People are still dying even though they have been vaccinated. It's clear the vaccine has been politicized. The government has ordered firing for people who are unvaccinated. This is all nuts! The government and the pharmaceuticals need to go away until they get their act together regarding COVID. More likely they all need to be replaced. None of them are serious or reliable regarding COVID.
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