Americans have been led to believe truly wild things about the pandemic — including the idea that a sizable chunk of the population has been wiped out. But as a video from September of 2020 reveals, this is pretty far off from the truth.
In the PragerU video linked below, people interviewed believed anywhere from one percent of Americans and 21 percent of Americans have died from COVID-19. Actually, the number, according to the CDC, was 0.056 percent of the country’s population at the time. Shocking, right?
PragerU presenter Will Witt goes on to ask about the number of children who have died in California, and later the country, of COVID-19. People interviewed were thinking in the thousands for California alone and quite surprised to learn that 360 people under the age of 25 have died in the entire U.S. of COVID-19. This information is according to statistical data as of September 4, 2020, and only two children in the entire state of California.
He also asked people about the percentage of people who have died from COVID-19 were over the age of 50. The responses were 30 percent and 25 percent. The truth is that 92 percent of the people who have died of COVID-19 are over the age of 50.
Witt also spoke to a nurse from Indiana who discussed the fact that ICU beds were never full (and still aren’t) in the hospital where she worked. But the real shocker was the one about COVID-19 death numbers. Witt claims that only six percent of deaths attributed to COVID-19 were actually caused by COVID-19 alone, and 94 percent of those deaths were from people with co-morbidities. One of the people Witt interviewed explained that he read about how hospitals were incentivized to attribute deaths to COVID-19 in order to get more funding from the government.
You truly need to see it to believe it — this is what the mainstream media has done to people. Watch the full clip below: