Bad Wigins wrote:
The Unkle wrote:
How many of the 250,000 would have died in 2020 anyway ?
2.9 Million were projected to die in the US in 2020 before anybody heard of COVID-19.
The term "excess" is lost upon you, isn't it.
Afraid to answer his question I see.
Question shouldn't even grant the number 250k. It's proven false; includes people who didn't have coronaviral disease.
Coronaphobes' weak substitute tactic of pointing at supposed excess deaths is a red herring founded on correlation/causation fallacy. Many things can cause excess deaths, such as massive social upheaval due to lockdowns. There is not even circumstantial proof that a coronavirus has killed that many.
Of the half of supposed deaths that occurred in nursing homes, certainly a huge proportion would have died anyway.
do you even read charts?