2020 has been a long, hard year, but one positive of the year 2020 is that we have no more flu or pneumonia ; those illnesses are now gone, thanks to Rona.
The CDC has created “PIC,” short for pneumonia, influenza, or COVID-related illness. It doesn’t really matter if someone has pneumonia or flu anymore; it’s all COVID-19, and the CDC, per their is expecting a large “surge” of PIC this season, PIC being the new superbug created by the CDC.
According to , October is the beginning of flu season, when flu cases begin to surge. During the 2017-2018 flu season, which spans until the end of May, 4,650 Coloradoans were hospitalized with the flu.
During the 2018-2019 flu season, in Colorado. During the 2019-2020 flu season, 3,456 Coloradoans were hospitalized with the flu. The statistics were pretty consistent…until the year 2020.
In 2020, there are barely any flu deaths. In fact, flu deaths are down 76%, just like pneumonia deaths. For example, the CDC states that each year nationwide, up to 50,000 people die of pneumonia. In 2018, 48,000 people in the USA died of pneumonia. But in 2020, pneumonia is lumped in with Rona and flu to create the CDC’s sham concept of “PIC.”
The flu kills on average 10,000-65,000 people per year in the USA. But again, we don’t have the flu this year-just Rona. If one were to combine the average number of flu deaths per year with the average number of pneumonia deaths, about 100,000 people die of the two illnesses per year.
Now, when one adds all of the sketchy deaths like motorcycle accidents and gunshot wounds to the 100,000 flu and pneumonia deaths, we get instant Rona!
The CDC also warns that C19 hospitalizations and PIC mortality rates will increase in the coming weeks. How many people will have died of pneumonia and influenza? Nobody knows because it’s all PIC now. Before mid-January, you can rest assured, however, that flu and pneumonia deaths will be a shadow of their 1918-2019 numbers, while PIC “surges.”
The CDC’s refusal to track actual flu and pneumonia cases while lumping them into a pile with Rona and calling it “PIC” is a clinical embarrassment and a political sham. No logical argument could possibly portray this dangerous, dishonest practice as helpful for anyone, but here we are.
It’s for your safety.