So I crunched the numbers and compared to January-July deaths of previous years, we’re short by about 250,000. Something’s up.

CDC Numbers?

There is just something about the numbers that do not add up? “the average growth in yearly death counts is 1.15% so to extrapolate from 2018’s figures, when the 2019 data gets published, the January-July figures should be around 1,699,089 and based on the growth rate, 2020’s figure should have looked to be around 1,718,706.”

This is just something that happens when you let people with Maths look at numbers. Is this what Dr. Brix was referring to?

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