Opinion

A specialist with more than 30 years of experience in the field of medicine recently revealed how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) handles the numbers of people who die from the (Chinese Communist Party) CCP Virus, also known as COVID-19.

In a video released April 6, Dr. Annie Bukacek, whose headquarters are in Montana, explained how death certificates are prepared, warning that health specialists may make estimates of the cause of a patient’s death that are not necessarily correct.

“Few people know how much individual power and leeway is given to the physician, coroner, or medical examiner, signing the death certificate. How do I know this? I’ve been filling out death certificates for over 30 years,” said the specialist.

“More often than we want to admit, we don’t know with certainty the cause of death when we fill out death certificates. That is just life. We are doctors, not God. Autopsies are rarely performed and even when an autopsy is done the actual cause of death is not always clear” she added.

Bukacek said in the taped presentation that the doctors fill in information from a form with their medical analysis in which the possible cause of death is listed. That information then becomes part of a database that is used to generate statistics that yield inaccurate numbers and end up being accepted as factual information.

He also argues that death certificates are based on assumptions that are not disputed. “When it comes to COVID-19 there is the spike of additional data, that is,—listen to this—there is no universal definition of death by COVID-19.”

“The Centers for Disease Control, updated from yesterday, April 4th, still states that mortality, quote unquote, data includes both confirmed and presumptive positive cases of COVID-19. That’s from their website,” Bukacek adds.

The medical specialist also cited a CDC memo released March 24, 2020, from Steven Schwartz, director of the Division of Vital Statistics for the National Center for Health Statistics.

Based on the statement, Bukacek said, “The assumption of COVID-19’s death can be made even without proof. Based on the assumption alone, the death can be reported to the public as another victim of COVID-19.”

In one of the questions, the document states: “‘Will COVID-19 be the underlying cause?”

“The underlying cause depends on what and where the conditions are stated on the death certificate. However, it is expected that coding standards and selection of the underlying cause of death will result in COVID-19 being the underlying cause most of the time,” the memorandum states.