Insurance company CEO reports massive increase in deaths for ages 18-64
About a month ago, I reported that the CDC death database was showing an alarming increase in mysterious deaths. (The article has a bit of a click-bait title, BOMBSHELL: SMOKING GUN? Massive Increase in Unclassified Deaths Reported by CDC.)
Now, a viral story is going around about an Indiana life insurance company CEO claiming that deaths are up 40% among people between the ages of 18 and 64. (Here’s a link to Dr. Robert Malone’s article.) These excess deaths, however, are not being classified as COVID-19 deaths.
This is not an insignificant percentage. In fact, it’s on par with a massive catastrophe. It’s also showing up in odd places, such as labor shortages, as augured on Market Ticker.
Igor Chudov has confirmed this by evaluating the all-cause excess mortality for young people in the United States. Please read his analysis at his Substack, and here’s the chart for reference:
Keep in mind that, as of December 24, 2021, VAERS has recorded a total of 21,002 deaths after covid vaccination.
Each month, approximately 250,000 people die monthly in the United States of natural causes, and that was even before covid. You can find this data in a CDC database, Monthly Provisional Deaths by Select Causes, 2020-2021. It has a category for unexplained or otherwise uncategorized deaths based on an ICD code: Symptoms, signs, and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified (R00-R99).
Here’s what I found the last time I checked this database on December 8, 2021: The “not elsewhere classified” deaths have increased since 2020, possibly by a large amount.
Now, here’s the wrinkle: This data adjusts over time, so what might seem shocking at first could potentially be explained in a few months as the numbers adjust downwards. Why does this happen? Because apparently the initial death reports are more likely to be unclassified, but after a few months many of these unclassified cases are resolved.
We actually had a bit of debate in my comment section about whether these numbers actually mean anything at all due to this issue.
However, I maintained a month ago – and I still maintain today – that the numbers are still up overall, even when adjusted downwards.
Here’s the data for 2020. You can see that the unclassified deaths were consistently under 3,000 per month until December of 2020:
2020 Numbers (the vertical scale on the left is numbers of deaths)
Now here’s what I screenshotted on December 8, 2021. You can see the big spike towards the end of the year. We can expect that to trend downwards:
2021 Numbers as of 12/8/21 (note how the scale has shifted dramatically)
Now here’s the data as of today, January 4, 2022:
2021 Numbers as of 1/4/22
As you can see, October has been adjusted downwards, but not by much. November has gone up! And, the rest of 2021 is pretty much consistently reporting numbers over 3,000 per month, higher than 2020.
(We would hope that most of these “provisional” reports for the first and second quarter, at least, should have been resolved by January of 2022.)
We see in these charts a potential increase in mysterious monthly deaths by at least 1,000 per month...which would potentially gibe with the numbers in VAERS. (We would need a real statistical analysis by people who have a background in statistics to really parse this properly, so this is my rough spitballing.)
We can speculate that if people have been dying due to a vaccine reaction, some of them would be classified under “heart attack” or “stroke” or other known illnesses. This makes these numbers even more alarming. Basically, this chart is showing us all those odd cases where the doctors were scratching their heads going, WTF?
Let’s check back in on this chart in a few months to verify whether these numbers are still up and especially to see what the final adjustments are for October and November of 2022.
That was when a lot of people started getting their boosters.
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