Video: Dr. John Lott: More Money to Hospitals for COVID-19 Deaths

COVID-19 Death Toll May be Half What’s on Record

Dr. John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center has said the recorded coronavirus death toll may be a dramatically overstated.

One America’s John Hines sat down with him to learn more.

You have looked at the Numbers.

There is a dramatic over-count.  The CDC is double counting. The numbers are more than twice what they should be.

There has also been an inflation of coronavirus deaths.

Additional funds are allocated to hospitals for COVID-19 patients.

There are pressures on hospitals to categorize deaths as coronavirus.  There is a substantial amount of money for the hospitals.



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Articles by: Dr. John Lott and John Hines

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