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BREAKTHROUGH INCREASES BY 78.8% IN 1 MONTH
My Fellow Americans,
What I can tell you is that some major problems have emerged over the last month for the ‘fully vaccinated’ as vaccine breakthrough cases have increased by 78.8% since November, vaccine breakthrough hospitalizations have increased by 60.0% since November, and vaccine breakthrough deaths have increased by 54.6% since November.
In one month’s time, vaccine breakthrough nationwide has surpassed all reported vaccine breakthrough for all 11 months total (Jan-Nov 2021).
Additionally, I can report that the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) now confirms 983,758 injuries, over 20,000 cases of Heart Inflammation, over 108,000 hospitalizations, and over 20,000 deaths post COVID inoculation through December 17th, 2021.
If you’re looking for data that demonstrates a potential causative link between the experimental inoculations and sudden unexplained death, at least 6,200 deaths have been reported in VAERS within 48 hours of the deceased receiving the experimental shot.
Also, please make sure to read this excellent piece by Steve Kirsch.
And as anyone can see, based upon CDC data, Americans under 50 are at an incredibly low risk of dying from a COVID infection. And keep in mind that Americans of any age, with no pre-existing conditions, are a virtual 99% recovery from COVID. So please ask your doctor to confirm your Vitamin D levels are over 50 ng/ml, as Vitamin D is the nutrient most correlated with prevention and up to 99.7% recovery rate in peer-reviewed studies.
My suspicion is that Omicron does make up a small percentage of cases in the country, but the percentage of cases that can be attributed to Omicron is far less than the 73.2% the CDC claimed on December 18, 2021, and has since been forced to dial back to 22.5%. I’ll provide empirical evidence below to substantiate my claims.
Additionally, I’ll provide a brief analysis of data for the Omicron variant for December to compare against what the CDC is publishing.
My suspicion is that continued problems with the current COVID PCR is leading to an increasing number of false-positive results and I am calling upon each state health department and the CDC to release the Cycle Threshold (Ct) Values for all positive PCR tests. Most understand by now that a Ct values above 28 without symptoms is likely a false positive and can be removed from the growing number of COVID cases being reported.
Thankfully, we aren’t seeing a similar increase in hospitalizations at this point as Dr. Paul Alexander has pointed out recently.
Fact 1 – Vaccine Breakthrough has skyrocketed nationwide from November to December
Cumulative Breakthrough Cases Through December – 2,586,927 (78.8% increase from Nov Cumulative Data)
Cumulative Breakthrough Hospitalizations Through December – 90,119 (60.0% increase from Nov Cumulative Data)
Cumulative Breakthrough Deaths Through December – 24,903 (54.6% increase over Nov Cumulative Data)
Fact 2 – The NCBI Confirms the following Genetic Sequencing nucleotide records for definitive variant confirmation
Genomic sequencing is the only current way to determine which variant led to a confirmed case of COVID.
As of December 28 @ 3 pm Pacific, the NCBI SARS-COV-2 Data Hub confirmed the following:
Total Samples Genomic Sequenced Globally – 2,976,064
Total Samples Genomic Sequenced By US – 1,532,848
Total Genomic Sequenced By CDC – 1,092,666
The CDC claims to perform additional genomic sequencing on 1-2% of samples collected, this looks like all of the genomic sequencing performed by the CDC.
Of the 1,092,666 CDC results how many have been published through December 28 @ 3 pm?
Of the 1,092,666 CDC results, how many have been confirmed Omicron B.1.1.529 or BA lineage via genomic sequencing?
7,074 or 0.65% (Only 19 were B.1.1.529, while 7,055 were BA lineage)
How many of the 1,092,666 CDC results were confirmed Omicron when Joseph Biden gave his Dec 21st Merry Christmas speech?
318 or 0.029%
Fact 3 – While Omicron does appear to be spreading quickly, but Delta is still the dominant variant in the US as of the New Year.
While the conclusions for my 3 part series ‘Stop Assuming It’s Omicron’ are still valid based upon the published data, my data analysis was incomplete and therefore inaccurate as it looked at the variants individually rather than grouping the AY variants as Delta plus and the BA variants as Omicron plus.
I extend my apologies for my inaccuracy in preliminary data analysis to everyone who read the part 3 series. I do own the error completely, that was my fault and simply cannot happen on a topic of this magnitude. I mistakenly thought that B.1.617.2 accounted for all confirmed Delta variant samples and B.1.1.529 accounted for all confirmed Omicron variant samples.
I will now correct the data analysis here and hope that you can forgive me.
Delta made up approximately 80.5% of all cases for December.
Omicron made up approximately 9.8% of all cases for December and is likely growing.
These are still far cries from the initial 73.2% estimate the CDC made for Dec 18th that they were forced to reduce their Nowcast estimate down to 22.5%
Looking at NCBI genomic sequencing results weekly for December…
Dec 5 to 11
50,001 Genome Sequences Released By CDC
CDC Omicron Actual (Nowcast Off) – 6.9%
Actual Omicron – 24 out of 50,001 = 0.048%
Dec 12 to 18
38,665 Genome Sequences Released By CDC
CDC Omicron (Nowcast On) – 22.5% (Initially 73.2%)
Actual Omicron – 281 out of 38,665 = 0.73%
Dec 19 to 25
56,518 Genome Sequences Released By CDC
CDC Omicron (Nowcast On) – 58.6%
Actual Omicron – 2,788 out of 56,518 = 4.39%
Dec 26 to Jan 1
37,103 Genome Sequences Released By CDC
CDC Omicron (Nowcast On) – Publishes Tuesday
Actual Omicron – 8,236 out of 37,103 = 22.2%
I’ll keep tracking this data for the next 4 weeks or so to compare what’s going on in actual data vs CDC guesstimates and to see if/when Omicron overtakes Delta or if the 2 variants find an equilibrium in terms of infective spread.
Did the CDC have the empirical evidence required to prove that Omicron made up 73.2% of cases nationwide for December 18, 2021?
No, they did not. The CDC didn’t have the empirical evidence to prove that Omicron made up 22.5% of all cases nationwide after their revision either as Omicron and its lineages made up only 0.73% of all sequences released at that time.
How they got to 22.5% from 0.73% is anybody’s guess. And you’ll have to guess because the CDC isn’t being transparent with their calculations, formulas, or even the data they’re using.
Which begs the question, is the CDC manipulating data yet again, in violation of multiple Federal Laws, in a clear act of willful misconduct, in order to extend the pandemic and all of the executive authority that goes along with it?
You be the judge.
If you’d like to see a Grand Jury investigate the CDC for their repeated acts of willful misconduct concerning data manipulation, please go to www.COVIDCON21.com and sign the grand jury petition.
Happy New Year Everyone! 🙂
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