No, There Is No Evidence That Lower Vaccination Rates Due To Political Leanings Were Responsible For COVID Deaths
Population level COVID mortality numbers tell a different story
It’s now late 2023, and there are still millions of people who refuse to admit they were wrong about COVID. And they’re doing it in increasingly desperate ways.
We’ve seen this before, yet it is currently being repeated via an expert-supported attempt to blame COVID deaths on political leanings influencing people not to get COVID vaccines. And using population level data to make that claim.
The problem is that there are dozens of examples showing how utterly absurd and inaccurate that claim actually is.
Once again, and as always, the illusion of control is very, very strong.
It’s important to debunk these arguments, because they’ll continue to be used for as long as there’s an incentive for people to avoid acknowledging that they were wrong.
So essentially, forever.
But even a cursory look at the data shows how ignoring contradictory information or underlying factors can be used to create a misleading conclusion, one that attempts to credit COVID vaccines for saving lives at a population level. However, there are plenty of examples refuting that assertion.
So that’s exactly what we’re going to do.
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