Pneumonia

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Pneumonia is an inflammatory condition of the lung primarily affecting the small air sacs known as alveoli. Symptoms typically include some combination of productive or dry cough, chest pain, fever, and difficulty breathing.[1] The severity of the condition is variable.[1]

COVID-19

Many COVID-19-assigned deaths have been misdiagnosed bacterial pneumonia deaths. Mandatory use of face masks, especially if worn incorrectly and for long periods of time, is a prime cause for bacterial pneumonia.

A study led by Denis Rancourt points out a "pneumonia epidemic" during COVID-19:

Shockingly, there was a massive epidemic or co-epidemic of pneumonia in the USA in the COVID-era, according to CDC data, which is never mentioned in the media and essentially not on the radar in the medical research literature. To the extent that there is COVID-19 over-assignation, it may represent up to 100 % of the COVID-era excess deaths from respiratory causes. It would not be the first time that the actual cause of a large epidemic is bacterial infection rather than the presumed viral pathogen[2]


This was done on purpose to manipulate the statistics, to give the impression of a pandemic.


 

Pneumonia victims on Wikispooks

TitleDescription
James BillingtonBilderberger academic
John K. Galbraith
Stephen HarmonHe died in July 2021.
Warren HinckleAs editor of Ramparts, revealed all-embracing CIA financing and control of the international operations of all important American professional and cultural organisations.
Terry LenznerAssistant counsel (and chief investigator) on the United States Senate Watergate Committee.
James R. SchlesingerUSDSO, DCI, RAND, US Defense secretary


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