Lisbon Court Rules That Only 0.9% of ‘Verified Cases’ Attributed To Covid in Portugal Actually Died of It

The campaign to scare the world into adopting unprecedented abridgments of civil liberties to fight a purported pandemic that threatened unthinkable levels of casualties had a lot of help from the officials charged with counting the death toll.  Most readers of American Thinker are familiar with anecdotes such as the motorcyclist who died in a crash but was counted as a “COVID death” because he had a positive test for antibodies.  An audit by two Minnesota state legislators late last year estimated that COVID deaths in that state were overcounted by about 40%.  But, on the other hand, an audit in Kentucky last March added … Continue reading →

Source: Lisbon Court Rules That Only 0.9% of ‘Verified Cases’ Attributed To Covid in Portugal Actually Died of It

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