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For almost four years, Americans have been strongly coerced to “follow the science” and to “trust the experts.” Yet recent data suggest America’s public health “experts” either don’t know what they’re talking about or are “literally killing us.”

Stats Show a Drop in Life Expectancy

According to a global report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the life expectancy of Americans has dropped to its lowest level in nearly three decades. The U.S. is currently ranked 34th among developed nations—behind Croatia, Colombia, and China—down 24 spots since 2003. The last time the U.S. reported lower numbers was 1996, according to Data Commons.

The current average life expectancy for an American is 76.4 years. Data suggest this number is even lower for men, who now have an average life expectancy of 73 years. Compared with other nations, Switzerland comes out on top with an average life expectancy of 83.9 years. 

The report attributed the decline to heart disease, stroke, obesity, diabetes, air pollution, smoking, and alcohol consumption, while others suggest the rapid decline has more to do with nonsensical pandemic measures such as universal masking, vaccine mandates, and lockdowns that left people isolated, depressed, and apathetic. Additionally, drug overdoses soared during the pandemic—although not primarily in the young working class.

Life Insurance Companies Report Excess Deaths

In a Dec. 12 op-ed published in The Hill, Dr. Pierre Kory and reporter Mary Beth Pfeiffer said life insurance companies are sounding the alarm over the unexpected, or excess deaths, which claimed 158,000 more Americans in the first nine months of 2023 than in the same period in 2019. 

To put this into perspective, that’s more American lives lost than the combined losses from every war since Vietnam. 

According to insurance data, mortality was 26% higher among insured 35-to-44-year-olds and 19% higher for 25-to-34-year-olds—peaking in the third quarter of 2021 by 101% and 79%, respectively. In other words, it’s the young working class who are dying at an alarmingly high rate. 

An actuarial analysis of government data shows causes of death have increased for liver, kidney, and cardiovascular diseases, as well as diabetes. What have public health agencies and their experts recommended? They’ve recommended wearing masks, medications, and more vaccines—not a healthy diet, more sleep, supplements, sunshine, or exercise. 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 270 million Americans had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine as of May 2023, including pregnant women, infants, and children. 

Data published by the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) show 1,615,020 adverse events following COVID-19 vaccines were reported between Dec. 14, 2020, and Nov. 24, 2023. This includes 36,736 deaths.

VAERS data, in conjunction with a newly published Yale study on a phenomenon known as “post-vaccination syndrome,” suggest that perhaps recommending more vaccines isn’t the right approach. 

In a scientific report published in September by Correlation Research in the Public Interest, researchers assessed all-cause mortality in 17 countries. They found that COVID-19 vaccines didn’t have any beneficial effect on reducing mortality. Instead, they found unprecedented peaks in high all-cause mortality in each country.

Even the FDA Has Noticed

In a recent post on “X,” Dr. Robert Califf, director of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), called the “major decline” in U.S. life expectancy “catastrophic.” 

“We are facing extraordinary headwinds in our public health with a major decline in life expectancy. The major decline in the U.S. is not just a trend. I’d describe it as catastrophic,” Califf wrote. Yet, neither Califf nor the FDA have acknowledged their role in creating a pandemic of early death. 

In the same thread, Califf attributed the lowered life expectancy to smoking, diet, chronic illness, healthcare, and, of course, COVID-19. Califf made no mention of lockdowns, vaccine injuries, or the poor lifestyle choices many were forced to adopt due to public health measures backed by “the science.” 

Califf also didn’t highlight the reality that the abnormally high number of excess deaths has continued to rise long after COVID-19 waned. Likewise, the CDC doesn’t appear to be very concerned. On Sep. 27, the agency archived its excess deaths webpage, stating, “these datasets will no longer be updated.” 

Likewise, the CDC has decided it will only update its VAERS system once monthly with COVID-19 vaccine injury reports, whereas previously, it had provided weekly updates. 

The rise in excess deaths and lowered life expectancy go hand-in-hand. What are public health experts and those who aggressively oversaw the nation’s pandemic response doing about it? Nothing. They have completely missed the mark and are refusing to acknowledge an undeniable problem. 

Megan Redshaw

Megan Redshaw

Megan is an attorney and journalist with additional expertise in natural health. She has a flare for breaking down complex and controversial topics into easy-to-synthesize and entertaining pieces that empower others to make informed decisions.


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