The Fauci Hockey Stick

Fauci has crested a hockey stick of new reported COVID cases – by greatly increasing the number of tests being done..

But the percent positive (blue line below) has remained fairly constant, indicating that the hockey stick is little more than a statistical dirty trick. Fauci has an agenda, and is behaving a lot like Michael Mann.

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18 Responses to The Fauci Hockey Stick

  1. Petit_Barde says:

    How many suicides, murders, non treated serious deseases leading to death (cancers, heart attacks, strokes, …) as a result of the lockdown contributed to the all causes excess mortality during the pandemic in the US ?

    According to this study, there have been an all causes excess mortality of 120000 during the pandemic in the USA :

    “The total number of excess deaths using this method by summing the excess deaths of each state amounts to 119,302 which is broadly in line with the reported COVID-19 deaths of 127,000”
    https://principia-scientific.org/study-covid19-lockdown-measures-causing-most-deaths/

    According to a Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, there will be nearly 75000 excess suicides in the USA that are a result of the lockdown :

    https://youtu.be/289NWm85eas?t=2119

    Extract of the interview (from 35:20 on) :
    Dr. Jay Bhattacharya : “Nearly 75000 people additional will have committed suicide as a result of the lockdown … ”
    Peter Robinson (Hoover Institution) : “Worldwide ?”
    Dr. Jay Bhattacharya : “No, US”.

    So, what is then the excess mortality that can be attributed to the actual deaths FROM (not WiITH) SARS-COV2 ?

    • KevinPaul says:

      I read in the newspaper last night of a 12 year old boy who last weekend finally lost his battle with cancer. He had been treated previously 8 years ago and the parents had through a give-a-little campaign saved enough money for him to have a second course of treatment, the type that put him in remission last time. Only problem was he was due to travel overseas and be treated in March, but it was postponed due to Covid restrictions coming into force, timing is everything with these types of blastomas apparently.

      Indeed, how many young lives have been cut short to extend some elderly persons lives by perhaps months! So so sad, I’m sure many old people would gladly call it quits if it gave a youth a chance to grow up and have a family and experience what this beautiful planet has to give.

      This gives me some catharsis at least.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbk9ESZFNO4

  2. Robertv says:

    My sister in law who is treated for cancer for the last 2 years has had the virus with very minor symptoms. She was not even sure. She is nearing her sixties so really a person you would think in the high risk group.

  3. Ogmios says:

    Tony, love your work but hate using YT to watch. Get over to BitChute before you are removed from YT anyway.

    Styxhexenhammer has over 86,000 subscribers now and do you know what, not one has been unsubscribed by the platform. Why, because BitChute happens to believe in free speech so go on make the move, you know you want to.

  4. Thanks for this Tony… Another one I like is corona.help, which breaks things down by state and county.

    The other one I’m looking for is results of antibody testing. Daily + is interesting, but this far into the epidemic, how many have antibodies is probably more important. If you see anything that has consolidated results for the antibody test, please post it!

  5. Greg Raven says:

    It would be interesting to compare and contrast the various responses to HIV and coronavirus. Here in California, for example, it is legal to have sex with others knowing you are HIV-positive. You could work where you wanted, go where you wanted, and pretty much do what you wanted. With coronavirus, you are prohibited from doing a wide range of things even if you are healthy. With HIV, changing behavior would go a long way toward eliminating AIDS but aside from weakly bleating about “safe sex,” nothing. With coronavirus, there is a list of things you must do. With HIV, you’re a good person regardless. With coronavirus, if you don’t toe the line, the pod people will attempt to shame you into conformity.

  6. Erika says:

    The American Workers are saying, “We can’t breath!…tell Fauci to get his knee off our necks!”.

  7. stephan says:

    Fauci should be in jail with others like him.

  8. nfw says:

    As you well know it’s lies, damned lies, statistics and the Wuhan Virus Flu numbers.

  9. Ross says:

    I have said from day one the statistic that should be reported is the number od positives as a percentage of the number of tests done.

    That assumes you accept the testing done is accurate to testing whether the person has the virus. The test they use was never developed to be a diagnostic tool.

  10. I found another one you may find useful: https://covidtracking.com/

    This one shows the testing rate, and you can download .csv files. It looks to me like increased testing is having the expected effect, that you will find more, but also that the % positive is going up, but it is much lower than it used to be early in the game. This is kind of a meaningless number depending on how likely a person is to get tested. If the tests were free and everyone took one, I suspect that the % positive would be quite low. The number of tests are going up if for no other reason than a test is now required for any routine “procedure” (something more invasive than a typical visit).

    Nobody will make sense of this mess until the COVID-19 test and the antibody tests are reported in parallel with all of the relevant factors reported. It is opaque for a reason. I don’t think deaths will appreciably increase in the next week or two, or we would have already seen the leading edge.

  11. Phil. says:

    But the percent positive (blue line below) has remained fairly constant, indicating that the hockey stick is little more than a statistical dirty trick. Fauci has an agenda, and is behaving a lot like Michael Mann.

    Nice choice of axes. A couple of weeks ago positives were ~4.5% of tests for the US (~24,000 tests), currently ~7.5% (~58,000). So the % positive has nearly doubled not remained constant.
    https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/testing/individual-states/usa

    • Gator says:

      “Right now, the cases have been going up for three weeks. We have no increase — in fact, we have a decrease in death rates,” Dr. Atlas explained. “You know, it doesn’t matter if you get the illness if you’re going to fully recover and be fine from it. That is what people must understand. For younger, healthier people, there’s not a high risk from this disease at all.”

      In fact, according to Dr. Atlas, America may be on the path to so-called “herd immunity,” which is developed when a large number of healthy people in a population contract the virus and eventually provide protection for more vulnerable and high-risk people.

      Later, Dr. Atlas called out how the media is reporting on hospitalizations and the fact that COVID-19 hospitalization data does not distinguish between COVID-positive patients who are hospitalized for reasons unrelated to the virus and patients who are hospitalized due to COVID-related complications.

      “When I looked at every single hospital area in Texas today, 15-20% of people in the hospital as inpatients are COVID-positive patients. That means 80-85% have nothing to do with COVID-19. And the same thing goes with some of these other states. There are people hospitalized, a large number, because they are tested as COVID-positive, somehow they are categorized as COVID hospitalizations,” Dr. Atlas explained. “That’s a problem.

      In the end, Dr. Atlas called it “ridiculous” to suggest that reopening policies are responsible for the spike in cases.

      Instead, Dr. Atlas attributed the spike to “large protests” at the end of May and through June. “It’s not the guy getting his hair cut in the barbershop,” he said.

      Phail, go peddle your alarmism somewhere else, we are not buying your parroted BS. You are a troll. You only come here as a shit disturber.

      • Phil. says:

        Gator says:
        July 9, 2020 at 7:30 pm
        Phail, go peddle your alarmism somewhere else, we are not buying your parroted BS. You are a troll. You only come here as a shit disturber.

        So the reptilian doesn’t like it when I correct Tony’s mis-statements?
        Tony said “But the percent positive (blue line below) has remained fairly constant, indicating that the hockey stick is little more than a statistical dirty trick.”

        As I pointed out that was not correct:
        “A couple of weeks ago positives were ~4.5% of tests for the US (~24,000 tests), currently ~7.5% (~58,000). So the % positive has nearly doubled not remained constant.”
        It has continued to grow, now 8.8% (7-day average)

        • Douglas Hoyt says:

          These test numbers don’t seem very reliable.

          See https://www.fox35orlando.com/news/fox-35-investigates-florida-department-of-health-says-some-labs-have-not-reported-negative-covid-19-results

          where they say

          Countless labs have reported a 100 percent positivity rate, which means every single person tested was positive. Other labs had very high positivity rates. FOX 35 News found that testing sites like one local Centra Care reported that 83 people were tested and all tested positive. Then, NCF Diagnostics in Alachua reported 88 percent of tests were positive.

          How could that be? FOX 35 News investigated these astronomical numbers, contacting every local location mentioned in the report.

          The report showed that Orlando Health had a 98 percent positivity rate. However, when FOX 35 News contacted the hospital, they confirmed errors in the report. Orlando Health’s positivity rate is only 9.4 percent, not 98 percent as in the report.

          • Gator says:

            Yeah, Phail will just deny this just as he denies natural climate change. Phail the alarmist troll strikes (out) again.

          • Phil. says:

            Yes the Florida reporting has been known to be somewhat flakey for a while. As Johns Hopkins’ site says: “States are not consistent in how and when they release and update their data, and some may even retroactively change the numbers they report. This can affect the percentages you see presented in these data visualizations. We are taking steps to account for these irregularities in how we present the information, but it is important to understand the full context behind these data.”

            Even Orlando Health’s more believable result of 9.4% is double the recommended level, implies not enough testing is being done.

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