Sure. Coming up with a credible hypothesis was so easy I did it initially on a scrap of paper next to my laptop.
During the 2008-2010 recession, unemployment claims dropped by 1.8 million from their pre-recession high. It recovered to its pre-recession high roughly a year later. From the post-recovery high, unemployment claims increased more or less steadily over the next six years at 500k/year.
Now, look at the difference.
After the pandemic started in 2020, unemployed claims dropped 2.0 million from the pre-pandemic high (very similar to the 2008-2010 decline). Claims then increased back to the pre-pandemic high in May 2021.
Now... the important part.
Since recovering to the pre-pandemic high in May 2021, claims have increased by 2.0 million in one year!!! Again, as I have said over and over and over... THIS IS UNPRECEDENTED. Something is causing this. Is it the vaccine? Covid? Both? Regardless, it is affecting the health of millions of people so severely that they can't work.
If only there was an organization with a mission that CENTERed into looking into DISEASEs and CONTROLling them.
Seriously, STUDYING POSSIBLE DISEASE TRENDS LIKE THIS IS WHAT THE CDC IS SUPPOSED TO DO!!!
it probably wouldn't cost more that a couple hundred thousand dollars to do this survey I suggested. It won't happen because the CDC knows that vaccine damage is causing some or most of these disability claims.