In a moving piece in last Saturday’s Daily Mail, journalist Bel Mooney revealed that the death of her father was recorded as coronavirus. The 99 year-old gentleman had been suffering with dementia and chronic pulmonary obstructive disease. Covid did not kill him.
Understandably, Bel Mooney wanted to know what was going on and how often it was happening. More than 100 Daily Mail readers got in touch, along with doctors, scientists and MP’s. They’re demanding an inquiry. A funeral director told The Mail, that the over-counting of coronavirus deaths is a “national scandal.”
Eight of the families who wrote to the The Mail managed to persuade their doctors to change causes of death that had previously been recorded as Covid-19.
Conservative MP Paul Bristow said:
“It’s almost certain that a number of deaths have been wrongly attributed to Covid-19. Not only has this skewed figures when data has been so important in deciding how we respond to the pandemic, it has caused distress and anxiety for relatives. Whether we have received the most appropriate figures should definitely be considered in any future inquiry.”
Lib Dem MP Layla Moran, who chairs the all-party parliamentary group on coronavirus, said:
“The Government should call a public inquiry into the handling of the pandemic immediately with an interim investigation into all Covid deaths that should report as soon as possible.”
A funeral director in the North West told the Mail: ‘The way Covid has been recorded and reported is a national scandal and a thorough enquiry should be opened immediately.’
Medical experts have cited pressure on doctors to include Covid-19 as a cause of death because it was last year ruled a ‘notifiable disease’, meaning any case needs to be reported officially.
Professor Clare Gerada, former chairman of the Royal College of GPs, said: ‘When this all comes out in the wash, we will find out we have over-recorded Covid-19 as a cause of death.’
Richard Vautrey, who chairs the British Medical Association’s GP committee, said the toll may have been overstated at the beginning of the pandemic when testing was not widely available and ‘cause of death would have been based on best judgement of clinical symptoms’.
The government is standing firm though. A spokesperson for the Department of Health told The Mail:
“We are confident the death statistics are robust and provide an accurate picture of those who have sadly died from the virus. The guidance to doctors completing a medical certificate of cause of death explains they are expected to state cause of death to the best of their medical knowledge and belief.”
It is a stone cold fact that coronavirus deaths have been greatly exaggerated. Anyone dying within 28 days of a positive test, is listed as having died of the virus. It’s not just a national scandal, it is unimaginably wicked. I urge you reading this article, to share it with anyone you know, who lost a loved one in the last year and were told the cause of death was coronavirus.
The pandemic hoax narrative hangs by a thread. If the broadcast media supports The Mail and goes for Hancock, Whitty and that goon Jonathan Van Tam, this could be all over by Tuesday. It really is that simple.