KOMMONSENTSJANE – We need to talk about deaths in the USA this year. Somebody be lying!

Here are the last 10 years of total deaths in the US from all causes:

2010

• Deaths: 2,468,435

• Population: 309,346,863

2011

• Deaths: 2,515,458

• Population: 311,718,857

2012

• Deaths: 2,543,279

• Population: 314,102,623

2013

• Deaths: 2,596,993

• Population: 316,427,395

2014

• Deaths: 2,626,418

• Population: 318,907,401

2015

• Deaths: 2,712,630

• Population: 321,418,820

2016

• Deaths: 2,744,248

• Population: 323,071,342

2017

• Deaths: 2,813,503

• Population: 325,147,121

2018

• Deaths: 2,839,205

• Population: 327,167,439

2019

• Deaths: 2,855,000

• Population: 329,110,439

2020

• As of September 24th there are 2,033,736 total deaths in the US. That is a daily average of 7,588 deaths.

7,588 X 365 days= 2,769,620 is the total deaths we could expect in 2020 based on the numbers so far.

So the question is this: How can we have less deaths in the US if there is a pandemic going on?

For the last 100 years there has never been a decrease in total deaths per year in the US.

If this were a normal year, with no pandemic, we should have around 2,875,000 deaths.

But this isn’t a normal year so we should end up with around 3,200,000 deaths when you add in the Covid-19 deaths.

Someone isn’t telling us the truth (media and government).

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