COVID-19 death tolls around the world are still rising at a rate that barely makes sense given all of the pandemic countermeasures that have been taken. In the United States alone the most adversely affected area has been New York City, which reported another 2,442 cases as of May 4, 2020 bringing their total number of reported cases to 329,816. This continued trend upward has been questioned by the public and medical professionals alike. In fact, two doctors from Kern County recently gave a press conference to report their findings after testing over 5,000 people. Dr. Dan Erickson, co-owner of Accelerated Urgent Care said:
“ER doctors now my friends and I talk to say you know it’s interesting when I’m writing up my death report I’m being pressured to add COVID. Why is that? Why are being pressured to add COVID? To maybe increase the numbers and make it look a little worse than it really is? I think so.”
In fact, more and more professionals around the country have been breaking their silence to tell the truth about the inflation of COVID-19 reported cases and deaths from their direct experiences.
Recently, James O’Keefe of Veritas did an expose on what the funeral homes were saying when it came to the flood of COVID-19 cases and the findings were startling. Several funeral home directors, CEOs, and presidents came forward to say how everything coming in was being labeled as a COVID-19 death even when that could be verified false.
One particular testimony that was very daming to that end was from Josephine Dimiceli (President of Dimiceli & Sons Funeral Home) who told of a woman who died that came in with a COVID-19 cause of death on the certificate and the family, who is somehow related to an unknown Supreme Court judge, said they knew it was false. Dimiceli stated:
“She said she had Alzheimer’s and they didn’t suction her. And um right away they put down COVID-19 on her death certificate. And the Supreme Court justice whoever it is contacted the hospital, they did an independent autopsy, BINGO…no COVID-19.”
These kinds of reports should give everyone pause and at the very least compel our government to investigate the evidence. As if that weren’t bad enough, we’re seeing another form of COVID-19 related deaths on the rise.
According to USA Today, Calvin Munerlyn, a father of nine, was gunned down after turning a customer away for trying to enter a Family Dollar in Michigan without a mask, according to authorities.
Under Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order, everyone must wear a mask in all enclosed public spaces to halt the spread of COVID-19. If customers refuse to comply, businesses can turn them away. The security footage shows the two driving off in a red GMC Envoy.
The same vehicle returned about 20 minutes later at 2:15 p.m. Two suspects, Larry Teague, Sharmel’s husband, and Ramonyea Bishop, her son, entered the store. Teague confronted the security guard about disrespecting his wife, and Bishop fatally shot him in the back of the head, Leyton said. The two men then left the store.
Munerlyn, 43, was transported to Hurley Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
Munerlyn, also known as “Duper,” leaves behind nine children and his wife, Leyton said. A GoFundMe page for Munerlyn was created two days ago and raised more than $30,000.
At least there are some brave men and women in the medical industry who are speaking out about how tragically inflated the deaths due to COVID-19 really are. In fact, there were some who commented in the thread of the YouTube video of James O’Keefe’s expose saying:
No matter how you look at it COVID-19 related deaths are on the rise, but given the circumstances, it’s not always due to the disease. Our elected officials should be responsive to the emerging evidence and at least begin to scrutinize the reports coming in from hospitals.