What if half or more of the deaths attributed to the Wuhan virus during the last four or six months, were actually attributable to the normal, annual, cold and flu season?
Usually there are health warnings each fall as the flu season approaches, encouraging us to get flu shots for this year’s pest, but this year I heard nothing about a new strain of flu that we should be protected against. And wouldn’t it have been wise for the CDC to urge everyone, loud and long, to get the latest shot, especially when the threat from the Wuhan disease was so great and uppermost on everyone’s mind? To have the two viruses plaguing the population at the same time would be a disastrous situation. But neither the CDC nor the sainted Dr. Fauci told us to get flu shots.
So was there a 2020 distribution of the traditional flu shot? Was one even developed? We know for a fact that there were many misdiagnoses made in which the Wuhan was blamed for all kinds of deaths, when the culprit was a more mundane ailment like heart attack, cancer, renal failure or other cause. One wonders how many deaths from heart attack were attributed to the Wuhan virus. We know that at least one suicide of a pistol shot to the head was blamed on the Chinese flu, and we can assume there were other such misdiagnoses made as well.
We also know that doctors have stated that there have been many fewer causes of death attributed to cancer or heart attack during the past year, so can it be that the Wuhan was identified as the culprit, but the actual cause was something much less fashionable at this time and in this political season?
And who could have benefited if the tabulation of deaths caused by the Wuhan virus was increased at the expense of the more normal diseases we are all used to? Perhaps the Democrat party could benefit, as the 2020 election approached, and the weakest candidate in American history, Joey Biden, was their assured-to-lose candidate when pitted against Donald Trump..