Here's a redpill:
Covid was released in part to kill off enough elderly, so that they wouldn't have to pay them social security benefits.
@NeonRevolt another red pill: it wasn’t the covid that killed them
@NeonRevolt And they keep pushing boosters on the elderly/medically fragile which means more of them dying.
@NeonRevolt Yes to kill off elderly then to transfer those S.S. payments to the replacements coming across the border.
@NeonRevolt We knew that from day one, when it started. They already also kill elderly as much as they can get away with, in hospitals, and with Rx drugs.
@NeonRevolt The elderly were not their target. Life expectancy in the US dropped 2.7 years from 2019 to 2021. You don't get a dip like that from the deaths of old people. Excess mortality incresed by 78% in 25-34yo demo alone, and 100% in 35-44 demo.
That's one billion years of human life that pharma and social security no longer have to worry about now.
@NeonRevolt I was arguing that since the beginning. Old and sick. All burdens for the insurance and SS. You had to be blind not to see it.
@NeonRevolt and the Chinese got rid of a lot of old non productive people too. Win win for them