The United States’ fifth largest insurance carrier has reported that death claims have nearly doubled, and the reason is due to the side effects caused by the covid vaccine.
According to reports, death benefit payouts have risen 163 percent for Lincoln National’s group life insurance policies in 2021.
Crossroads Report provided annual statements that were filed with state insurance departments, and the records show 2021 had three times the number of payouts, compared to previous years 2020 and 2019.
In 2020 and 2019, the average payout to policyholders was around $525 million, in 2021 alone, the insurance company paid $1.45 billion in claims.
“From 2019, the last normal year before the pandemic, to 2020, the year of the Covid-19 virus, there was an increase in group death benefits paid out of only 9 percent. But group death benefits in 2021, the year the vaccine was introduced, increased almost 164 percent over 2020,” Crossroads Report explains.
“Lincoln National is the fifth-largest life insurance company in the United States, according to BankRate, after New York Life, Northwestern Mutual, MetLife and Prudential.”
The type of cover offered by Lincoln National, is designed for working aged people – usually a healthy demographic – and not a known age group (18 to 64 years) to suffer so many unexplainable and sudden deaths.
After the vaccine was rolled out late 2020/early 2021, death rates began to spike and heart attacks, strokes and blood clots suddenly became commonplace and strangely affected fit, healthy young people.
“How many deaths are represented by the 163% increase? It is not possible to determine by the dollar figures on the statements,” Crossroads Report further explains.
“But the average death benefit for employer-provided group life insurance, according to the Society for Human Resource Management, is one year’s salary.”
If you base those figures on the average American wage being $70,000 per year, that translates to around 20,000 people who died suddenly after they had taken the covid vax.
These figures are also only from one insurance carrier – and one policy.
Ordinary death benefits rose by almost $2 billion from 2019 to 2021, hitting a whopping $5.3 billion after Americans took at least one shot. Of course, mainstream media labels anything that questions the dangers of the covid vax as disinformation.
“The statements show that the total amount that Lincoln National paid out for all direct claims and benefits in 2021 was more than $28 billion, $6 billion more than in 2020, when it paid out a total of $22 billion, which was less than the $23 billion it paid out in 2019, the baseline year,” reports explain.
“A $6 billion increase in expenses is something few companies could absorb, but Lincoln National has been working to do just that – by increasing sales of new insurance policies.”