Just as the country was beginning to get COVID-19 under control, unsafe mobs of rioters and protesters took to the streets in cities across the country.
Inevitably after so many people crowded the streets, case numbers rose. Then average weekly death rates rose too, albeit not as rapidly.
It appears that the acceleration in COVID-19 casualties may be slowing down. That’s great news for victims of the virus, and terrible news for the media-types who have been using COVID-19 as their own biological weapon against the President.
If the number of deaths begins to decelerate again after states reopened their economies, the media’s COVID-19 narrative will be blown to bits.
Worst of all, plaguing the question of whether or not deaths from COVID-19 are accelerating or decelerating have been the persistent reports that deaths from other causes are being mislabeled as COVID-19 deaths.
In Orange County, Florida, the death of a man who recently died in a motorcycle accident was bizarrely attributed to COVID-19. Danielle Lama reported on the fiasco for Fox 35 Orlando, writing:
A person who died in a motorcycle accident was added to Florida’s COVID-19 death count, according to a state health official.
FOX 35 News found this out after asking Orange County Health Officer Dr. Raul Pino whether two coronavirus victims who were in their 20s had any underlying conditions. One of his answers surprised us.
“The first one didn’t have any. He died in a motorcycle accident,” Pino said.
How many more motorcycle accidents have been listed as COVID-19 deaths? What about suicides, murders, and overdoses?
It’s unlikely the media’s COVID-19 narrative can survive a slowdown in deaths. Undoubtedly reporters will move on to something more damaging to President Trump if COVID-19 deaths no longer suit their purposes.
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