Alex Berenson is controversial in his take on COVID, but actuaries have to get their stuff right or insurance companies go out of business. If it comes to actuaries or experts (aka idiots or propaganda hacks), I’ll go with the professionals—the actuaries.
For years, mRNA advocates have tried to give the jabs credit for ending the pandemic, despite massive evidence they stopped working within months and the observational data showing lower deaths among the vaccinated is hopelessly biased.
But earlier this month, the Society of Actuaries released an updated report on deaths during the pandemic that shows what really slayed Covid.
Spoiler alert: it didn’t come from Pfizer or Moderna.
The Society of Actuaries... the folks who help insurance companies assess risk. Every few months, it has put out reports on trends in American deaths during Covid.
As you can see, Covid deaths were relatively low in the spring of 2021 - the happy vaccine valley, the brief period when the mRNAs worked as advertised.
They then soared in the summer, or Q3 2021. What’s notable is that they jumped in ALL ages, including the highly vaccinated (the bottom three bands, representing people 65-74, 75-84, and over 85).
And although Covid deaths fell in younger people through the fall and winter, they kept rising from their spring 2021 lows in the older people most at risk from Covid. As a result, overall Covid deaths rose too - roughly tripling between spring and fall 2021, despite all the boosters and the mandates.
This point can’t be emphasized enough: the soaring deaths in older people came even though nearly every senior in the United States was vaccinated.
WIND: there could be other explanations.
Be sure to get your 5th COVID booster... 5th time is the charm, so the experts say. I called it a pandemic of the vaccinated way back in August of 2021. Which it was, for multiple reasons. Mass hysterias never turn out well. Here’s a good read and more.
Oh, and don’t forget the flu vaccine
scam or the new barely tested mRNA RSV vaccine—it’s safe and effective, trust the science:
Serious neurologic conditions, including Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), have been reported after RSV vaccination in clinical trials of older adults. It is unclear whether the vaccine caused these events.
Unclear to those who willfully avoid studying it properly.
Get 'em all at once (COVID booster, RSV, flu)—medical experts you betcha know that is just fine with no risk*,
since it has never been studied oops that is not supposed to be said out loud. Oh, maybe finally it is in a small way, as the truth isn’t being told, rather it is presented as short-term and that is a falsity.
For the record, I am not anti-fax, just anti-stupidity. I have lots of vaccinations including shingles about two years ago, pneumococcus and all the usual ones, and even ones I am not at risk for (eg Hepatitis B)—my naiveté years ago led to that.
I have not gotten the flu vaccine for ~10 years. Since I stopped getting it, I have never gotten the flu again. Sheer good luck I guess—so say the experts!
* Please don’t confuse sarcasm with advice.