· The Patriot
lol...you think the training will include things other than jab deaths too so they can disguise it all?Well, now this is the first I have seen of this. I hit the Idaho Dept of Education website for other reasons, and saw this.
They are training staff how to deal with students who suffer Sudden Death. Now that is a sad situation for which to prepare. I can assure you in the class they will not say why this is necessary now. Probably in case someone gets hit in the chest and has Yokono syndrome.
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You know the timing of the sudden deaths, including the football player who they never officially reported on the cause, is what precipitated this training. C'mon man.lol...you think the training will include things other than jab deaths too so they can disguise it all?
Just to pull some quotes from your headlines.
Dretler is quick to add that the imprecise reporting is not because of bad intent. There is no truth to the conspiracy theory that hospitals are trying to exaggerate coronavirus numbers for some nefarious purpose. But, he said, “inadvertently overstating risk can make the anxious more anxious and the skeptical more skeptical.”
BTW, I tend to agree with the general sentiment. That early on covid contributed to a large increase in the overall number of deaths in the nation. Something cranked up the rate at which people were dying and it couldn't be the vaccine before anyone was vaccinated or the effects of the draconian lockdowns. But I do agree that there is probably a lot of overstating right now given that nearly everyone has been exposed multiple times. I haven't actually actually looked at the overall death rate to see where it is at. Even so, there is still the effects of Covid, the effects of the Covid lockdowns, the effect of Covid paranoia, the effects of all the very sick people that died a year or two prematurely that would be passing away now if Covid had not taken them out, ... It's not straightforward now as it was in the first 12 months or so.Earlier on, covid pneumonia often killed otherwise healthy people.