During an interview with CNN, FDA chief Dr. Robert Califf claimed that the leading cause of death in the United States is online “misinformation.”
Not cardiovascular disease.
Not medical mistakes.
Online ‘misinformation’ is a killer that’s out of control in the United States.
FDA chief Dr. Robert Califf asserted that the leading cause of death in the United States is online “misinformation.”
[No, Bob, sorry, it's systemic large artery disease, cancer and third: Medical mistakes and "side effects" from synthetic Pharma drugs.] pic.twitter.com/fduLyiWMi6
— Alan Watson (@DietHeartNews) May 9, 2022
Summit News reported:
Califf spoke about his remarks during an interview with CNN’s Pamela Brown, which were originally made at a health conference in Texas last month when he said online misinformation was “now our leading cause of death.”
After admitting that there was “no way to quantify this,” before mentioning heart disease and cancer (actual killers), Califf went on to bolster the claim anyway.
Claiming that there has been “an erosion of life expectancy,” Califf went on to say that Americans were living an average of 5 years shorter than people in other high income countries.
Califf said that anti-virals and vaccinations meant “almost no one in this country should be dying from COVID,” before going on to explain that there was also a “reduction in life expectancy from common diseases like heart disease.”
“But somehow … the reliable, truthful messages are not getting across,” he said, adding, “And it’s being washed down by a lot of misinformation, which is leading people to make bad choices that are unfortunate for their health.”
Watch the interview at CNN.
In an exclusive interview with CNN's Pamela Brown, FDA chief Dr. Robert Califf explains why he says the leading cause of death in the US is misinformation. https://t.co/rrsKLlLIxf pic.twitter.com/hQ0uSXa1zz
— Android Facts (@manatweets) May 9, 2022
After finding the CDC’s leading causes of death in the United States, ‘misinformation’ didn’t quite make the list.
- Heart disease: 696,962
- Cancer: 602,350
- COVID-19: 350,831
- Accidents (unintentional injuries): 200,955
- Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases): 160,264
- Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 152,657
- Alzheimer’s disease: 134,242
- Diabetes: 102,188
- Influenza and pneumonia: 53,544
- Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis: 52,547
And there are TONS of discrepancies for the number of ‘COVID-19 deaths’ listed by the CDC.
However, we mustn’t question the establishment statistics, or else the ‘Ministry of Truth’ will have to correct us.