RFK Jr. Spotlights Two Vital Questions No One Is Asking

Originally Published on Vigilant News Network

“Why are so many Americans dying early?” asked Gateway: Beyond The Headlines host Ivory Hecker. This question seems to be kryptonite — one that hardly any government official wants to address.

However, independent presidential candidate Robert Kennedy Jr. didn’t shy away from the subject by sharing the above clip with two important questions:

“(1) What the heck is killing so many young adults, and more importantly, (2) Why isn’t the establishment even curious about it?”

X influencer @_BlakeHabyan responded to Kennedy’s post. He said:

Answer part 1: Covid vaccines. Answer part 2: Because they’re complicit.”

Dr. Pierre Kory, a noted expert in critical care, seems to concur with this viewpoint.

During this segment on Gateway: Beyond The Headlines, Kory said, “Something happened in the middle of COVID that thou shalt not speak its name.”

The FDA commissioner, Dr. Robert Califf, is blaming smoking and bad diet, but that’s ludicrous, according to Dr. Pierre Kory.

“The scale of dying is incredible,” Kory lamented. “In the nine months of this year, it’s like 158,000 Americans died more than expected. That’s more than all wars combined since Vietnam.”

Dr. Kory revealed more about these startling figures in his eye-opening op-ed published on The Hill.

Dr. Kory, in collaboration with Mary Beth Pfeiffer, wrote:

“Life insurers have been consistently sounding the alarm over these unexpected or, “excess,” deaths, which claimed 158,000 more Americans in the first nine months of 2023 than in the same period in 2019. That exceeds America’s combined losses from every war since Vietnam. Congress should urgently work with insurance experts to investigate this troubling trend. 

“With the worst of COVID behind us, annual deaths for all causes should be back to pre-pandemic levels — or even lower because of the loss of so many sick and infirm Americans. Instead, the death toll remains “alarming,” “disturbing,” and deserving of “urgent attention,” according to insurance industry articles.

“Actuarial reports — used by insurers to inform decisions — show deaths occurring disproportionately among young working-age people. Nonetheless, America’s chief health manager, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, opted in September to archive its excess deaths webpage with a note stating, “these datasets will no longer be updated.” 

“Money, of course, is a motivating issue for insurers. In 2020, death claims took their biggest one-year leap since the 1918 influenza scourge, jumping 15.4 percent to $90 billion in payouts. After hitting $100 billion in 2021, claims slowed in 2022, but are still above 2019. Indemnity experts are urging the adoption of an early-warning program to detect looming health problems among people with life insurance and keep them alive.

“Unlike in the pandemic’s early phase, these deaths are not primarily among the old. For people 65 and over, deaths in the second quarter of 2023 were 6 percent below the pre-pandemic norm, according to a new report from the Society of Actuaries. Mortality was 26 percent higher among insured 35-to-44-year-olds, and 19 percent higher for 25-to-34-year-olds, continuing a death spike that peaked in the third quarter of 2021 at a staggering 101 percent and 79 percent above normal, respectively.”

Kory and Pfeiffer asked why young, employed, insured workers — traditionally one of the healthiest cohorts of society — are drying at such staggering rates. They called for an investigation into pandemic measures by a high-level, unbiased commission. “Congress needs to assess what worked and what did not.”

Click here to read the full article on The Hill.


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