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|User Info||Well, Duh. This Is Why It Was Stupid; entered at 2021-08-02 16:39:36|
Registered: 2021-06-24 New York
"Assuming the VAERS data is truly only 1-10% of actual deaths/injury, shouldnt excess deaths be showing up somewhere or is that data just not available yet?"
In addition to VAERS, the CDC also publishes every week a spreadsheet detailing the number of people who died in the United States due to various causes. They've added death due to Covid as one of the causes so you can track overtime how many people have died week by week from Covid. There is a category in the weekly death amounts which is people who died in a week with unexplained cause. You could download each of the weekly spreadsheets from the CDC, and then plot out when there was a sudden spike in the number of people dying for a unexplained cause. You can also find a video out on the web that will demonstrate this.
In point of fact, in about late December, when we started vaccinating people for Covid with the mRNA therapeutics, there was an upturn in the number of unexplained deaths. That has continued week after week. You can track the number of unexplained deaths to that week and it was about 500, to my recollection. It's soon swung up into the 700 range, and of late has been about1000. If you seen reports on the non-main stream media side of the Internet that there are 45,000 deaths due to Covid, it's largely determined from this: take an extra 500 deaths a week and multiply by a number of weeks, and you get 45,000 unexplained excess deaths.
If you go gather data to check whether my recollection is correct, it would be great to see you post to charge hear of it.