• CDC Just Released Age-Adjusted Covid Death Statistics; Lamont Was Wrong, Connecticut Performed Worse Than Florida

    Governor Ned Lamont

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    Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont was confronted earlier in the week about his continued support for experimental covid vaccines that have allegedly been implicated in at least 70 deaths and 11,737 adverse events just in Connecticut, according to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

    When asked if he would be taking any steps to help those people who have already been injured by covid vaccines and who often struggle to obtain the help they need, Lamont appeared flustered, and then dodged the question by saying, "I don't know about that. I mean. Look at how we did compared to Florida. We we were in much better shape."

    But it turns out that Connecticut wasn't in better shape than Florida.

    In the latest age-adjusted death rate statistics published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), it appears that Connecticut experienced 250.4 deaths per 100k people, whereas Florida experienced 245 deaths per 100k people.

    Source: CDC

    While it may not be a significant difference, Connecticut did experience 4.6 more deaths per 100k people than Florida. Which means Connecticut performed worse than Florida.

    But do you think Lamont will issue a correction?

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