Back in March, Edward Dowd dropped a bomb using the CDC’s own data to show an 84% increase in excess mortality among the millennial cohort, temporally related to the introduction of vaccine mandates from the summer into the fall.
“There were 61,000 excess millennial deaths. Basically, millennials experienced a Vietnam War in the second half of 2021 … This is what we call democide, death by government.”
You can watch that video here.
On 8/17, a report by the Society of Actuaries Research Institute confirmed Dowd’s findings.
In Q3 2021, you can see the alarming spike (red) among the millennial cohort. In 25-34-year-olds, excess mortality hit 78%. And in people between the ages of 35 and 44, a staggering 100% excess mortality, which is right in line with Dowd’s estimate of 84% for the millennial crowd.
Fast-forwarding to 9/20/22, Dowd dropped even more damning evidence.
He cites a study from 2016 looking at the years 2010 through 2013 by the Society of Actuaries. They compared the mortality rates of people on group life insurance policies to the general population, and what they found was that the group life cohort died at 30 to 40% of the rate (2.5 to 3.3 times less often) than the general population in working-age groups. Therefore, we can conclude these people are healthier than average citizens.
And in the first nine months of COVID, this demographic, once again, experienced lower mortality rates than their general population counterparts. We know COVID is an illness that mostly kills the old and infirm and those with comorbidities. So this makes sense.
But in 2021, these numbers flipped.
The unhealthier general population group suffered a 31.7% excess mortality for the year. But in the well-to-do and fit group life cohort, they saw an excess mortality of 40%.
Whoa… So people who are 2.5 to 3.3 times less likely to die in their working-age years than the general population are, all of a sudden, dying more quickly than they are? What the heck happened?
There was an event.
What was that event? Vaccine mandates. So let’s revisit this chart.
As you can see, throughout July, August, and September 2021, excess mortality shot up the roof very quickly. This was mandate season. And who do people on group life insurance policies tend to work for? Large, well-established companies — large, well-established companies with vaccine mandates.
Remember, Biden’s jab mandate applied to all businesses with over 100 employees. So if you worked for a smaller business, were unemployed, or retired, you were far less likely to take the COVID jab against your wishes.
So if you put two and two together…
• You have a fit and well-to-do cohort (group life) in column A who have historically died less often in their working-age years than the general population. But they had to deal with widespread vaccine mandates.
• Then you statistically less healthy, less affluent people (general population) in column B, but they were given more choice as to whether or not they wanted to take the jab.
And when you crunch the numbers with a jab mandate variable, the general population succumbed to less death than group life by an 8-point differential.
General population: 31.7% excess mortality in 2021.
Group life: 40% excess mortality in 2021.
The variable: vaccine mandates (vaccination rate).
Therefore, the only logical explanation as to why the numbers flipped is that THE COVID JAB IS KILLING PEOPLE.
Ed Dowd: “So that’s an eight-point differential for a group that traditionally experiences much lower mortality. This is a Mic drop. I don’t care what anybody says.”
Agreed, Ed. How can you explain this? This is the smoking gun. Fauci & Company cannot refute the evidence. The jabs are, clearly and convincingly, without a shadow of a doubt, killing far more people than they are saving.
PULL THEM OFF THE MARKET!
This piece was written by Vigilant Fox on September 21, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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