It was part plea for help and part political ultimatum when former Michigan gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon recently told former President Donald Trump that people are “desperate to have you stand for them” in getting pharmaceutical companies to release their safety data concerning his beloved poison poke. Either way, it’s something I have long been saying needed to reach Trump’s ears, then hopefully somehow convert his heart and mind to see the truth of what he funded.
While Trump’s rabid following remains robust, his broader base of support that pushed him over the top in 2016 is now reeling in the form of the most anemic on-the-ground, grassroots energy I have ever seen in my multiple decades covering the Iowa Caucuses. People simply don’t know who to trust or whether the political process is so rotten and rigged that it doesn’t even matter any longer. Add to that a feeling of betrayal by Trump himself on both the COVID and Jan. 6 fronts, and there is simply no way right now to make the electoral math work for Trump in 2024. His general election loss will be a certainty, and it will be deserved if he secures the Republican nomination on his current trajectory.
People are sick or dead because of Operation Warp Speed. In my home state of Iowa, where we were about as free from jab mandates as any place in the country, we’re still seeing all-cause mortality higher midway through 2023 than the average for 2017-19 — and up 4% over a year ago. Given the fact that excess deaths were up 17%, 12%, and 11% over the same time the previous year in 2020, 2021, and 2022, one would think we’d start to see deaths trending below baseline by now, but nothing like that has played out.
Something is very wrong, and this needs to be only the beginning of Trump admitting that his COVID emperor act had no clothes. Deaths by age demographic are even more astounding, with the 25-34 and 35-44 age ranges seeing 17% and 18% more deaths in 2023 than the 2017-2019 average, and that’s actually an improvement over the previous two years.
Yet here we are, with “get your COVID booster” narratives once again taking center stage. And why wouldn’t they, when accountability never seems to be on the menu? Even worse, we are viewed as suckers whose health will always be sacrificed when a buck can be made. A little birdie in the New Hampshire financial services sector told me as much, based on his connections inside the life insurance industry.
He was told in no uncertain terms by an insurance insider in May 2022 that the COVID jab had “obliterated” the insurance industry’s actuarial science tables. The genetic serum’s adverse effects, excess mortality, and health/age classes are blown so out of whack that the insurance industry began bottom-line triage operations to escape mounting costs, including raising term insurance rates, slashing commissions on life insurance producers, cutting whole life guaranteed interest rates by as much as half despite rising interest rates everywhere else, depreciating or shortening flexible funding riders, and declining the rate of insurance applications.
It’s an unambiguous attempt by the life and disability insurance companies to “grab back dollars to scrape back in their general accounts like I've never seen before,” according to my little birdie. Nonetheless, he also says the same insurance company his insider worked for was smack-dab in the middle of the national chorus running ads and clickbait encouraging people to keep getting injected with this obvious toxin and debunking so-called "vaccine misinformation.”
This should make you furious. This is what Tudor Dixon was talking about when she said the situation is desperate. Whether we are talking about individual health or the ability of freedom to ultimately win out over tyranny of all kinds, this farce must be exposed to the fullest and justice meted out with extreme prejudice.Until then, you will continue to be the punch line in this nefarious drama. And, make no mistake, Trump was one of the primary authors of the joke. Maybe one day he will finally get sick of Big Pharma laughing at him.