“All cause mortality” is perhaps the most important term of the entire coronavirus hoax.
The term means what it says it means – it is the total number of deaths from any cause within a given timeframe in a given territory.
My primary argument during the “height of the pandemic” in 2020 was that there was no change in all cause mortality (at least not in America, according to the CDC), meaning that if there was a new disease – “the novel coronavirus Sars-CoV-2” – it was only killing people who would have died from something else. That would make it some kind of redundant disease.
According to their own data, if the coronavirus was actually killing people, it was sneaking in and killing people just before they died of something else. For example, a person is having a heart attack, and right before he dies from the heart attack, coronavirus would sneak in and kill him first. Or a man crashes a car, but in the milliseconds before his head cracks open on the pavement, coronavirus kills him. That’s not really an exaggeration of what they were effectively trying to get us to believe.
Meanwhile, virus hoaxers are saying that these are all secret virus deaths. That in fact, rather than being drastically over-reported, deaths from this respiratory illness, which is strangely exactly the same as the flu or a cold, are being under-reported.